Wheat is not just for eating, it is a great substance to make glue to paste different types of shells. These shells by the way are not seashells. In a pan and in a bowl put an equal amount of water in each. For example, if you have 1 1/2 cups of water in the pan; put 1 1/2 cups of water in the bowl. You are going to bring the water in the pan to a boiling temperature and you are going to add flour to the water in the bowl and dissolve it. The consistency of the flour and water should be that of milk. Keep adding flour until it will not dissolve any further. Be sure the lumps are all dissolved. Add the mixture from the bowl into the bowling water. Keep boiling until the consistency is that of honey. Let the wheat glue cool and it is ready to paste your shells.