Meet Nigerian woman making pieces of jewelry out of edible food

Meet Nigerian woman making pieces of jewelry out of edible food

- A Nigerian woman identified as Pamela Adewoyin has made beautiful pieces of jewelry out of edible foods

- Pamela, who is a jewelry designer, refers to her creation as Alternative Jewels

- The jewelry designer also used her creations to pass across a message to her followers

A Nigerian woman identified as Pamela Adewoyin has been spotted creating pieces of jewelry out of fruits and vegetables. The jewelry designer creates beautiful and wearable pieces out of edible foods.

In a series of photos she posted on her Instagram page, Pamela said that she realised that she capable of making jewelry out of practically any material. According to her, she ignored the thought for a while but prayed and finally decided to go for it.

Pamela said that she felt silly telling anyone about it, so, to save herself the embarrassment, she taught herself basic photography and editing, designed her own sets, did her makeup, and took her own self-portraits after work.

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Referring to her creations as “Alternative Jewels” photography series, Pamela says she takes everyday items and transforms them into wearable chic jewelry.

She shared lovely photos of the first project called RAW, where she uses only raw fruits and vegetables. She noted that RAW reflects not only the materials she uses but how vulnerable she feels exposing the talents she tried to bury.

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Check out some photos below:

In this photo, she used green beans to make the necklace.

In this photo, she used blackberry to make the earrings.

Here, she used eggplant to make the anklet.

Pamela used carrots to create an orange neckpiece.

She made the ring from an Italian plant called Lacinato Kale.

The drooping earrings were from tomatoes.

Another drooping earrings from lemon.

She made the earrings from beetroot.

She made the neckpiece from an Asian fruit called radish.

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She made this hair accessory from grapes.

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In other news, earlier reported about young artist who creates artworks with fire and smoke. A young talented Ghanaian painter and sculptor named Bright Danso specialised in the art of creating beautiful designs with smoke and fire, which is known as Pyrography. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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