Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Quilling craft - 3D floral and curls pattern on glass frame

Back with some more quilling patterns and new techniques in quilling. I am posting something after quite long time. So thought of showing how you can quill different things on different background.

This time I have done quilling on a plane glass photo frame.

I got this opportunity to do this art for one of our client. My manager was the one who approached me to this as she wanted to gift it to the client, as i always say handmade gifts are always beautiful and precious. And the gifts was obviously liked by one and all.

I had used simple quilling technique on the frame which actually changed the looks of the plane glass effect.

I used 3D flower technique with curls designs, used just 4 colours of quilling paper and it turned out to be a beautiful frame.

So thanks to my manager "Prachi" for giving me an opportunity showcase my talent.
Thanks to "Doris" for appreciating my work.


Quilling-glass-frame

Quilling-Design-Glass-frame

I hope you all will like this. This is how we can utilize the quilling art on different materials.

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7 Comments:

Anonymous madhavi said...

wow...just beautiful :) no words to describe .

9 April 2009 at 10:58  
Blogger dharshini said...

wow..beautiful..
:)

9 April 2009 at 21:48  
Blogger Custom Quilling said...

Thank you for the invitation to view your work!
Love the depth obtained to the vine by using the two tones of green.. great job with the balance of both sides!

Keep on Quillin',
Denise
http://www.customquillingbydenise.com/shop
http://customquilling.blogspot.com

24 April 2009 at 06:15  
Anonymous Nisha said...

excellent work!!

16 May 2009 at 10:25  
Blogger Little Steps said...

hey ..good job!
I do a little bit of quilling too.. just as a hobby!
Will definitely share some patterns with u..

26 May 2009 at 06:33  
Blogger swathi said...

hi..ur crafts are real good,and ur explanaion also,thanks for expalning...

5 July 2009 at 09:34  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Is this possible?

1 August 2010 at 14:43  

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