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Make a Red Gourd Shakere
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Make a “Snake” with Cowrie Shells Gourd Shekere

  1. Put an Image on the Gourd

  2. Drill the Cowrie Shell Beads

  3. Knot on Shell Beads (Noise makers)

  4. Cut Bottom Hole Add Knots, Perform Winter Solstice Rituals

  5. Add Feathers

  6. It Flies

A Foraged Fox tail
 .:Gourd Shakere Making:.

This red gourd shakere is happening.
a finished gourd with beads shakere
The Red Shakere

The whole project for making a red gourd shakere

Getting Nice Clean Gourds means getting the gourds and cleaning them
a finished gourd with beads shakere, alt pic

Coloring the Gourd
Coloring the Gourd.

Opening the Gourd, removing the seeds, cleaning the inside

Making a Red Gourd Shekere: Pyrography

How to Make the Bead Net for a Red Gourd Shekere part 1

Netting the beads together (part 2)

A Foraged Fox tail
a foraged fox tail standing up

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