Friday, February 27, 2015

Mom is special

Dear friends,

Mother - Best of all in this world.

You cannot find anything in her place - unconditional love she gives

Made a small quilled card to bring a smile on my mom face

You have still time to participate in our IQCG challenge. Prize is from Meenakshi Papers, Madurai.

Visit Indian Quilling Challenge blog for more details

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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Quilled Heart earring

Hi friends,

For the month of Feb, our challenge in Indian Quilling guild is Anything goes with heart.

Hope you got more ideas on that and here is my last week inspiration to you all

A quilled heart shaped earring with pink colour and pearls

You can make anything, put on your creative hat and roll the paper to get a gorgeous projects. Any project with quilled heart will fit for our challenge. Link your project here

Winner will get a border buddy and 3 sets of 5mm family pack from Meenakshi Papers , Madurai

Look forward to see your fabulous projects.

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Friday, February 20, 2015

Quilled Shaker Card

Dear friends,

It is Love Shaker card at Create something catchy challenge

Here is my inspiration  to you - A quilled love shaker card

Quilled shaker card - very easy to do. Here is the step by step tutorial for shaker card

Steps involved:(was experimenting - hence couldn't take a step by step photo)
  1.  Cut a heart shape cardstock or diecut. outlined the heart shape with beehive scrolls between two strips
  2. Then put whatever you like inside the heart to give the shakers effect - I have used glass beads here
  3. Seal the heart with a transparent sheet, Then outline the heartshape with quilling strips above the transparent sheet (quite challenging - use fast drying glue). Then attach beehived scrolls to the outlined strip. Allow it dry
  4. Your shaker heart is ready to mount on any card stock and decorate as you wish(i have used handmade roses)
  5. It is very simple - you don't need any foam - you can use any basic shapes of quilling for this
Here is the outcome
 Post your shaker card entries to CSCC#11 - Love shaker card

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Quilled Om

Dear Friends,

Today we celebrate Maha Sivarathri in India. Mahashivaratri is not only a ritual but also a cosmic definition of the Hindu universe. It dispels ignorance, emanates the light of knowledge, makes one aware of the universe, ushers in the spring after the cold and dry winter, and invokes the supreme power to take cognizance of the beings that were created by him.

Here I would like share you the Quilled Om which i created during last Maha Sivarathri. Used distress inks for colouring.

Let divine energy flow through you with blessing of Lord Siva.

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Monday, February 16, 2015

Quilled birthday

Hi friends,

Inspired by the sketch at cardabilities, here is my take on the sketch with Paper Quilled flowers.

A quilled floral birthday card with pearls around will a make the day fresh and bright.

Here's my card

Like to submit to IBSIC - #91 - Colours (used pastel cream, brown & green ) & BGC #65 - Mood board (flowers & shabby colours - inspiration + stamped sentiment)

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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

A Quilled Love

Dear Friends,

I am here to show my Mixed media card on Love. Topped the base of the card with pastel pink pattern paper. Added textured paste to my handmade heart stencil.Placed the quilled heart in the center surrounded with pink tendrils. A simple hand written sentiment.

Love to link my quilled love card to below challenges

1. House of card - Love
2. Mixed media Challenge - love
3. Crafty Boots - Hearts & Valentine
4. Crafting by design - Love is in air
5.kraftzone - season of love

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Monday, February 9, 2015

Love cards

Dear friends,

Inspired by few challenges, here is my card for this valentine's day season.

Made this card with diecuts, handmade flowers,decorated the hearts with punched daisies, ribbons and pearls. Stamped Love sentiment inside the little hearts and the sweet sentiment to catch up the mood.

Linking this card to the below challenges
1. Lulupu #46 - Love you sweets
2. BGC #65 - Mood board + stamping (half white flowers, pink and heart + love sentiment is stamped)
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Monday, February 2, 2015

National symbols

Dear friends,

Feb challenge at Unstampabelles is National symbols.

National Symbols - what country are you from? Incorporate a national symbol from your country into your work.

Eg: India - you could use tiger, peacock ,lotus and etc.

Twist is to use colours of our national flag  in it.

Here is my inspiration to you. I have chosen my favourite peacock. Made a CAS card with quilled peacock in it. Incorporated our Indian national flag colours in it.
Hope you got an idea. This time you will gifts from Susan. 

Head to Unstampabelles blog link your entry and win these goodies.

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Sunday, February 1, 2015

I love India

Dear friends,

Feb month being the month of love. We have set the challenge in Indian Quilling Challenge Group as Anything Goes with Heart. Here is my inspiration to you all.

My dad is an Ex service men. He served Indian army for 15 years. Being his daughter, I love my country first. We celebrated our 66th Republic day recently. Hence i have decided to incorporate Indian flag colour in this project. Here is my quilled heart with our Indian flag colours in it

"East or West India is Best" 
Hope you all too remember the above sayings

Head to our Indian quilling challenge blog, link your quilled projects and win fabulous prize from Meenakshi Papers, madurai.

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