Tuesday, 27 January 2009

Quilling craft designs- Bunny with Flowers

Now came out with new creation in quilling. There are lot of this i tried out and majorly those were floral craft. So thought of doing something different and here i tried out a cute bunny.

This is a real cute greeting card which i made as the bunny came out to be really good.

As i had mentioned in my earlier post that I'll be trying out miniature quilling. this is one of miniature quilling.

Here is the method of making miniature bunny and flowers:

1. Bunny: Roll a brown 18" teardrop for the body (teardrop is the shape of the body, check out in the pic). Add 7" teardrop for the head and 2 brown 2.5" marquises for the ears. Roll a brown 3" brown teardrop for the foot and a brown 2" loose circle for the tail.

2. Marquise Flower (make 2): Glue together 5 dark pink 2" marquises (marquises is the shape of the petal, it looks like eyes). Add 1.5" yellow tight circle for flower's center.

3. Bunny Ear flower (make 3): Glue together 3 purple 2.5" bunny ears (bunny ears is the shape of the petals of purple flowers shown in the pic) and add a 1.5" white tight circle for flower's center.

4. Stems and leaves: Add green stem to each flower. Roll a 5" green marquise and a 4" green marquise for the leaves.

Here is how u can make a cute miniature greeting card.

There are lot of names of the shapes used in the post. Will have a new post with all basic shapes and the names of it for better understanding.

Here is my Bunny with flowers cards.


Quillied-Bunny-Flowers

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4 Comments:

Anonymous madhavi said...

wah superb :)

29 January 2009 at 10:27  
Blogger Pooja said...

hey reshmi hats off to ur quilling talent! Wat paper have u used? Is this chart paper?

16 February 2009 at 09:12  
Blogger Reshmi Nair said...

Hi Pooja,

Thanx for the comment..You cant say what paper it is.. can be normal coloured paper of if the quality is too good they seem to be like chart paper the thickness shows.. We get these ready strips availabe in different width and thickness.. You can ask for quilling strips or may be you can get a quilling kit as a beginner so that you can get the other needle and tools too..

Quilling strips are easily available..

Thanx,
Reshmi

16 February 2009 at 21:54  
Blogger Vimal said...

Hi Reshmi

Reply Superb,Very Interesting.And your Creative talent is appreciable.

23 November 2009 at 00:45  

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