Saturday, August 31, 2013


Hi Friends,

Here is my work on a dress shaped tag. 

Materials used:

Pearls, twine & rhinestones - local shop
Recycled invitation & envelope 

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Monday, August 26, 2013

Quilled Jewellery set

Hi friends,

This is my first collection on complete quilled jewellery set made for my little daughter. This will a return gift from her brother on his birthday.

She is fond of flowers and butterflies, my son chose this theme and i ended up with this design. In the Quilled bracelet – have added her favourite little elements like quilled teddy, quilled butterflies, quilled dragon fly, quilled mirror and quilled flower.

Materials used:

Quilling strips – Itsy Bitsy
Beads, glue, Jewellery findings – local shop

Ranger Glossy accents – Kavitha’s – Bits n Spieces

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Friday, August 23, 2013

Quilled heart & paper dress

Hi Friends,

My son turns 9 this month, To celebrate the event, i have gifted him with various items. Here is one of my card to show him the loads & loads of love that we have towards him. Hand stitched the ribbons to the card and added two coffee cups to the bottom with googly eyes to have fun.

Linking the above card to BGC - Latte Love, For the love of crafting - expressions, Card mania- favorite embellishment, Artistic Inspiration - No.55, Totally Paper crafts

My little daughter will come running to grab that, hence made a card for her too with paper dress init. Reversed the hear shaped diecut and decorated it with button, ribbon, laces flowers and quilled butterfly


Card, flowers & quilling strips - Itsy bity
Pattern paper - Kukies Basket and Tejal
Diecuts - rainbow kraftkari
Googly Eyes, mirror, button, satin ribbon, lace, safety pin, beads, handmade paper -local shop

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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Tag it

Hi friends,

After a long time, i have tried my hands with doodling. Have created two tags with doodled background and embellished it with quilled flower, Butterfly, blings and pearls.

Have recycled old wedding invitation and the satin ribbon which comes along with cadbury’s umbrella shaped candy.

Here is my tag

Material used:

Base card – old invitations
Quilling strips – From Pritesh
Satin ribbon – Cadbury chocolate
Bling & pearls – local shop
Pen for doodling – Luxor

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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Paisley with Jhumka

Hi Friends,

Today is post on quilled paisley earring with quilled jhumka attached to it. Made this for my friend on order.

Would like to purchase this click here

Materials used:

Quilling strips - Itsy Bitsy
Earring findings & beads - local shop

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Friday, August 2, 2013

Joining Deepti

Hi Friends,

I would like to join with Deepti in her celebration and cased her card. Would like to mention about Deepti here, She is a nice blog friend and her simple and innovative works impresses all but sometimes makes me jealous. How she finds time to do this much cards. I really enjoy when i do cards for her challenge blog.

Was in a hurry to post since only 10 minutes was left to post. Couldn't search for stones/ small beads, hence fixed this bigger one.

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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Paper jhumka tutorial

Hi friends,
Jhumkas without quilling mould and quilling tool  - wondering how. Here is my tutorial. Anyone can learn it easily.
Step 1:
Choose the colours you want, I have taken blue shades.

Step 2:
Make a tight coil with dark colour in the middle and outer. I have used toothpick to these coils.

Step 3:
Take the tight coil and  gently press it from one side and hold it as shown in the picture below.

Step 4:
Now rotate it in the same position and press the edge(dark blue shade) while rotating the coil, you will get the jhumka easily.

Step 5:
Now coat a layer of glue to it and allow it to dry, you can connect it directly to the hooks or attach any design to its top. it can be either round, square,etc. I have chosen to fix three teardrops over its top. Now repeat the above process for the other earring and pendant.

Arranged on the top to get a crown effect.
Step 6:
Now coat with varnish to make it water proof and glossy. Allow it to dry. Arrange pearls to it as you wish to make it more beautiful.

Step 7:
Open ear wire loop by twisting loop open, not pulling loop apart. This maintains the original shape of the loop, and makes it easier to get a tight closure.

Hang earring body off ear wire loop. Twist loop shut tightly. Repeat for other earring.

Step 8:
For neckwear, take the spring wire and insert the nylon thread/beading wire through it and attach the clasp/screw endpiece to it. Take the pendant and connect to the wire with the help of jump o rings. 
Now your set is ready to wear and enjoy!

Material used:

Quilling strips, nylon wire & varnish, Fevivol MR - Itsy Bitsy
Beads, earring findings, sprin wire - local shop

For any queries or help, pls mail me hrshylaa(at)gmail(dot)com.

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