Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Quilling craft - simple Floral desings

Quilling craft is actually different from all other crafts and it really needs lot of patience and good imagination.

I got some plane cards and are there re lot of designs that i tried out. I am posting one of those designs to share with you all.

I am trying to make simple designs using very less colours, like with just two or three colours a beautiful pattern is created.

If u see all my crafts i have used lot of coloured papers. So thought of doing something new with less of colours which looks simple and elegant.

Here is the one design i tried out. I used only three coloured strips. I had given a frame effect using the strip and a simple design with 2 flowers and teardrops and colours. Each strip used is 2" strip just the curls strip are half strips.

Here is the design tried out by me.


Quilling-Designs


This is the closer view of the design.

Floral-Quilling-patterns

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6 Comments:

Anonymous Archana said...

Very pretty.. soft and subtle colours. Nice paper for the base card too.

8 April 2009 at 23:39  
Blogger dharshini said...

simply superb reshmi.

9 April 2009 at 21:49  
Blogger HereBeDragons said...

It's pretty. I never knew this technique was called quilling. I gave it my first shot today. Nothing amazing. Just a little project.

Then tonight I realized that my earrings I was wearing were an example of metal quilling! Funny.

9 February 2010 at 22:07  
Blogger Aashvi said...

owsome!!! no word 2 say

15 November 2010 at 07:52  
Blogger Aashvi said...

owsome no words 2 say

15 November 2010 at 07:53  
Blogger Madhavi said...

Hi Reshmi,

Simply superb. Which paper your using?
Plz let me know

17 November 2010 at 11:35  

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