Monday, July 15, 2013

Quilled Wedding certificate

Hi friends,

Today, I am here to post on a quilled wedding certificate which i did for my nephew for his wedding y'day. I loved to make it , i felt very happy after seeing the finished work. It took three whole days to finalise the design and the concepts. Have conceptualized the Hindu tradition of Saptapadi(seven steps of vows) in it. Quilling - it took 3 hours to quill and arrange - me - lazy quiller :)

Here is the finished one for your views.



Materials used:

Quilling strips - Itsy bitsy & craftgenious
Beads - local shop

Thanks for visiting

37 comments:

  1. Oh wow. Beautiful quilling!

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  2. Lovely wedding keepsake to be treasured always!! stunning quilling shylashree!!
    http://www.kalasirjana.blogspot.in/

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  3. The scrolls look so beautiful and love the tiny yellow bells
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts School Projects

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  4. This is so elegant & beautiful!!

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  5. So very beautiful Shylaa, E especially liked the swirls .Beautiful design.

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  6. A really stunning creation with lots of work put into it. Lovely. Thanks for playing with us over at the Paper Shelter this week.
    Love n hugs
    Marie

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  7. Loved the wonderful quilled flowers and their cluster ,pearls look very beautiful !

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  8. Lovely & beautiful quilling...

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  9. lovely wedding certificate shylaashree and those tini tiny butterflies are so cute..

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  10. wow...this is sooo lovely n adorable...

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  11. Beautiful and summery, Shylaa! I especially like the combination of the dark burgundy and bright pink flowers together. That's pretty cool in only 3 days.
    Congratulations and all the best to your nephew!

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    1. glad to know that zoe, thank you zoe

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  12. Very beautiful certificate. Thank You for sharing with The Robyn' Fetish Challenge Blog

    Michelle (DT)

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  13. You are not a lazy quiller. It would take me a lot longer than 3 hrs to do half this work. Beautiful creation, love your design.

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  14. This is beautiful, the quilling works so well. Gorgeous piece of work. Thanks for joining in with our Swirly Girly challenge at TPS, and good luck
    Eileen x

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  15. Love how u combine the quilled elements together shyla. Love the bells n the swirls

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  16. that is such a nice idea ! :) I love the quilling and how everything fits together :)
    Good stuff !
    Hugs
    PJ

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  17. How lovely, Shylaashree! Suah a thoughtful gesture. Thanks for joining our "Flowers" challenge.… x
    Asha - Eclectic Ellapu DT
    Sunny Summer Crafts

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