Crochet Snail Inside Real Shell By Amigurama

Crochet Snail Inside Real Shell By Amigurama

Every so often I come across an idea or piece of art that really makes an impression on me and stays top of mind. This crochet snail in a real shell is one of them.

This fascinating piece was made by @amigurama – don’t you just love the bead detail for the eye? So perfect!

Crochet Snail Inside Real Shell By Amigurama

p.s. Her tiny Totoro amigurumi will have you swooning. So tiny, so cute …





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