What do you say about this utterly girlish card. Isn’t the quilled hanging basket super cute?
It was fun to make this card with a lot of different techniques used – dry embossing, heat embossing, distressing, quilling, punching etc. Loved the way it has turned out :-)
Hope you like it too.
Keep crafting and stay safe.
Tried my hands on recycling newspaper into a pair of cute earrings…
What do you think guys?
Young model did like it ;-)
This one I made for my hubby so that he can flaunt this gift of his in his office ;-)
Hubby loved this and I got a lot of compliments too :-D
I have shifted base and I was dying to craft. Quilling is something that I simply love… swirls of thin paper strips can look so beautiful…
Check what I came up with recently…
This is how it started :-)
Close-up of the finished product
A little more view :-)
Ta da... finished A4 size card
I loved the way it turned out… what do u say guys?
Let me show you another tent card I made recently. Let me know how you like it :)
Hope you like it :)
I had been wanting to make a tent card fir quite some time. And what could be the better time than valentine’s month? Niw without mych ado… Here is my creation :-)
This is the back of the card where one can add personal messages and photos on the tags
What say guys? Hope you like it…
P.S. Entering this into “Itsy Bitsy pattern paper challenge” :-)
After the superb response to “Quilling Workshop for Beginners” at Bangalore, Crafty Village now takes it to Mumbai. Do join us on 18th and 19th Jan, 2013 for it. Contact us on email@example.com
Hope to see you there :)