Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Husking Butterfly Frame

Husking is a quilling technique. It is made by shaping paper strips around a series of upright straight pins. This is my most favorite quilling techniques...

This creation is a classy piece of husking technique.

The flowers and the butterfly are made using husking and leaves are the usual quilled twisted marquies.
As the background paper came out to be dull once the frame was completed, it is highlighted with tiny emblishments...

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Wooden Photo Frame

This piece of creation is a wooden sliding photo frame with a quilled centre piece.... This was on display at my exhibition this year....

A closer view...
The flowers are known as Malasiyan Flowers with hand fringed flowers. i have used 3mm stripes for the main flower and leaves and 5mm stripes for the fringed flowers and flower centres.

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

3D Paper Quilling

3D Paper quilling is that section of quilling which i wish to explore more and more always... I love it as it gives a different dimension to my creations...

This creation has a Santa Clause blessing a Flower Girl & a Drumer Boy on Christmas Eve. This creation is the entry for The Secret Sponsor's Challenge at Take a Quill Pill. I have used readymade quilling strips for all the figurines' body, hair, beard & moustach (of santa), drum & flower basket with flowers in it.

Welcome... to my blog and my world of creations...

This is my advance quilling frame, can be used as a House warming gift, Name plate or just a nice wall frame for kids room. Customization is possible like in this frame name "USHA" is used to personalize for gifting.

I'm submitting my this creation for "first-anniversary-challenge-by-piyu" at Take a Quill Pill blog.
This creation fulfills all the challenge requirments

1) The project should have fringing technique  - The Teddy Bear & Flowers
2) There should be some tight coils used - center piece of all the flowers
3) Use more than 5 colors. - it has more than 5 colors... ;-)


Another colour scheme of the above frame. This frame was made for welcoming a new addition to the family, 'A baby boy'.