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Amazing Artist Recycles Avocado Pits By Carving Celtic-Folklore Inspired Creatures Out Of Them
Instead Of Throwing Away Avocado Pits This Irish Artist Crafts Them Into Magical Forest Creatures, Instead Of Throwing Away Avocado Pits This Irish Artist Carves Them Into Celtic- Folklore Inspired Creatures, While Most Throw Away Avocado Pits This Irish Artist Crafts Them Into Celtic-Folklore Inspired Creatures, While Most Throw Away Avocado Pits This Irish Artist Crafts Them Into Magical Forest Creatures, This Artist Recycles Avocado Pits by Carving Woodland Creatures Out Of Them, This Irish Artist Recycles Avocado Pits by Carving Celtic- Folklore Inspired Creatures Out Of Them, This Irish Artist Recycles Avocado Pits By Whittling Them Into Incredible Woodland Creatures, Artist Recycles Avocado Pits By Carving Incredible Magical Forest Creatures Out Of Them, Most People Throw Away Avocado Pits But This Artist Carves Them Into Magical Forest Creatures, Instead Of Throwing Away Avocado Pits This Artist Irish Carves Them Into Celtic-Folklore Inspired Creatures

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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For craft purpose, Jan Campbell calls the avocado pits, ‘stones’

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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All her Celtic-Folklore pieces of art are unique, and quite detailed.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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The main theme for her carving is Celtic-Folklore related.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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The faces of the forest spirits and the ancient Celtic gods are the focus of her artwork.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Also, she could sculpt some wild mushrooms, if you are into it.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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These tiny pieces of art can be simply displayed as statues, or worn as pendants.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Some of them are featured as holder-necklace, providing a unique sense of comfort when it’s worn.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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It has resulted in an extensive collection of woodland creatures crafted using avocado pits.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Although, she is now starting to sculpt in bronze as well.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Jan Campbell has been practicing her whittling skills on pinewood since childhood.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Now she treats avocado pits like precious marble to sculpt.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Jan Campbell is trying to connect people with mother nature through her work.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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These miniature totems of the forest spirits provide an inexplicable calm vibe, that everyone is placed to receive.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Although, Jan Campbell’s work looks like it could be carved out of wood. It’s all about avocado pits.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature on it. After preparing an avocado sandwich to herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artisan has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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These fantastical guardians of the forest are, certainly created with an impressive attention to intricate detail.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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The final result of these avocado pit totem are as hard as wood.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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The surface of the avocado pit has a brilliant orange hue and is soft enough to carve.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Where all the magic began.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Who would imagine it?

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Mother nature is here, for us.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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All Celtic-Folklore is highly represented in her work.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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You can buy Jan’s works on Avocado Stone Faces.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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She can be followed on Instagram, if you would like to find her latest work.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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Let’s celebrate nature with Jan Campbell’s work.

While most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist, Jan Campbell found a way to see the beauty of mother nature in it. After preparing an avocado sandwich for herself, back in 2014, she felt the urge to wonder; what else could be done with these strange but beautiful avocado pits? After weeks of carrying it around, she took it and scraped its outer layer, revealing a beautifully orange pigment underneath. She was so struck by the beauty of it, that it inspired her to carve away its layers until crafting a beautiful piece of art, a strange little woodland creature, leaving it to dry for a week until it hardened. Ever since that day, the Irish artist has been using her incredible sculpting skill to turn avocado pits into these Celtic-Folklore inspired pieces of art.  

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