So you know when you're on the beach looking for shells and you come across what you think is a whole conch shell? It goes something like this: "Ooh it's my lucky day! I finally found one!" but alas, it was a fake. Instead you have a conch shell with a hole through the middle (it reminds me of an old fashioned sword handle).
It looks like this:
Well, keep it! There is an artsy use for it
and it looks like this:
- A "broken" conch shell / Una caracola "roto"
- Curtain / Una cortina
- Something to attach to wall, i.e. a tack / Algo para sujetar al pared, por ejemplo una tachuela
Enjoy yourself at the beach and go shelling, bring home a "broken" conch shell.
Se disfruta un día a la playa y recoja una caracola "roto".
Clean the shell of all sand and salt. String the curtain through the middle and adjust to the point that you like. I used a tack in the wall to hang the shell but you can do whatever you want to keep it in place.
Se limpia la caracola de la arena y sal. Se pone la cortina por el medio y se sujeta al lugar que querías. Se pone una tachuela en la pared para colgar la caracola en la pared.
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