- A young lady has showcased the masterpieces she made from coconut shells and tweeps loved them
- Tweeps were in awe when they saw the pendants, cups, purses and other items she has created out of the natural material
- There were people who wanted to know how she could send the items to them whenever they decide on buying
A Nigerian-Beninoise lady with the Twitter handle @sesedey has wowed social media after showcasing the crafts she made from coconut shells.
Listing out some of the things she recycled the discarded shells into, @sesedey shared photos of teacups, bows, bangle, bottle among many others.
She went ahead to say that her products can be used to beautify the home and office spaces. Many people commended her skill to create something out of almost nothing.
One of the photos she shared showed a pack of un-cracked coconuts as they were readied to be upcycled into lovely items.
See her tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, her tweet had gathered hundreds of comments from people. Below are some of the reactions:
"So beautiful and creative. More sales."
"Wow, amazing stuff."
"You will surely break even by grace of God."
"Greatness, nothing but greatness! Keep it up B!"
"Awww these are really cute!"
"A very big well done..."
"Your crafts are very beautiful."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @radioboycragg has wowed netizens with his very strong touch of creativity.
On Saturday, January 30, the man took to Twitter to showcase the beautiful flower vases he made from mud.
The man said he is looking for patronage as he asked tweeps to place their orders. Many who came under his comment section praised his brilliance.
The pots are painted in black colour at their neck and mid regions, adding more to their beauty.
"Wow! These are beautiful."
"Any way you can send to us?"
"Nice job boss. I really want to learn pottery so bad. But boss if you make them bigger with better artistic design like the Chinese ones you might get better clients. My view."
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