Friday, October 25, 2013

A nameplate



Yeah finally I made a nameplate with my daughter's name on it... Simply loved the whole process... quilling is so engrossing and I simply love it... cant get enough of it...
This is a sneek peek into the nameplate... I started off by doing the letters and then did some beehive quilling inside the letters. I thought I will leave it at that but then remembered that you could make your own paper frame... thanks to Inna's idea here... So after some wrestling with the paper, I managed to get it somewhat right, it was my first attempt, quite ok. Then again I thought I will leave it like that but no... I wanted more quilling to be done.. so when I asked my 2.5 yr old.. shall we make some flowers, she was even more ecstatic because she loves to accompany me on my quilling sessions. I give her a strip and a pencil and she pretends to quill...:) So we began making the flowers... some Malaysian flowers, some normal tear drop arranged flowers (do they have a name, pls let me know) and then some leaves and branches... it was getting all the more better looking than before... But I had to stop somewhere so I did finally... But again when I look at it, I feel I could have added some more.. maybe in the next typography + frame I will do it hehe... Here are some pictures.
This picture is before I added the flowers...


Hope you like it

Linking this to:

DCAM Challenge #3: Photo Inspiration - Blue and White

Beyond Grey Challenges - Layered and over the edge

Anything goes with ItsyBitsy Challenge - Quilling strips

The Craft Spot - Monday Challenge #116 - Colour Challenge

Challenges 4 everybody - ANything goes

Craftin Desert Divas Linky Party - Anything goes

Thank you.. Happy Crafting

13 comments:

  1. It looks so beautiful nd the amount of patience and hard work definitely shows:) Quilling is addictive for sure. :) So nice to know that your daughter enjoys the crafting sessions with u..hehehe.

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  2. WOW!!!!! This is beautiful!!! I am sure it took a while for the gorgeous piece but the end results are FABULOUS!! LOVE it!
    Thanks so much for joining us in the challenge at My Craft Spot!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  3. Such vibrant colors,,,,,,,,so different creation to anyone,,,,,,,lvoe it, love it.Thanks for your comments at Brenda`s Blog abut my Christmas images,,,so feel free to ask me your favo product from all my stuff for free, let me know.

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  4. Oh my thats stunning ! the quilling is fantastic !
    Thanks for sharing with us at bgc this fortnight but unfortunately we are only looking of a card, LO, or a tag this time with layers and elements going off the edge ! so sorry.

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  5. Amazing nameplate! And quilling is such an art...you have it mastered!

    Thanks for sharing at Craftin' Desert Divas!

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  6. Pretty name plate!
    Thanks for joining us at DCAM Challenge # 3
    All the best

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  7. What a beautiful project! You did an amazing job!!! Thanks for linking up with us at Craftin' Desert Divas!!!

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  8. Lovely name plate, with fab quilling...ThanQ so much for joining us at DCAM.

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  9. Wow, that is a lot of work! So amazing! Thanks for joining us at My Craft Spot this week!

    Gwen

    http://thisandthatbygwen.blogspot.com

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  10. This is so pretty! What a lot of work - but well worth the time and effort you took to put it all together. Beautiful!!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

    Kate
    Small Bits of Paper

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  11. Marvelous 3D effects with the quilling. What fun! Very classy design!

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  12. Hey this is lovely - such intricate quilling. Super stuff! Thanks so much for playing along with the Anything Goes with ItsyBitsy Challenge. All the very best!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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