I’m back after a cool weekend. Hope you had a cheerful one too. The encouragement that I received from your compliments for my cuppa
made my week :). Once again thanks for those sweet words 🙂
Now comes my next post. It’s a small pendant made for another friend of mine.
All she wanted was a heart in a heart. And this is what I’ve made
This looked super simple, but I should say this was challenging for me ,as she wanted it sturdy, strong, simple and small .
Never knew so many s‘s would complicate a task 😛
So for strength I used a card stock strip instead of a quill strip. And coated it up with varnish to add little more strength .
Hope you liked the work, do give feedback.
Hi friends, hope you had a great day.
The first thing that comes to our mind about a good morning is nothing other than a steaming cup of coffee.
Even after a tiresome day at office one can relax with a cup of cold coffee. Whether hot or cold, coffee is amazing.
So to all those coffee lovers out there, I dedicate this card .
For the card I just quilled a hot coffee cup, then inked the background with my chalklets. Also added faux stitching to enhance the look. I wanted to give a minimalist look to emphasize the quote inside the card.
The sentiment which my brother spelled out ,immediately after having a look at this added more beauty to this “coffee कभी काफी नही”.
Keep sipping coffee, after all anything can happen over a cup of coffee!
I’m entering this card for
Hi friends, hope you had a lovely week end 🙂
Here comes my post for the day.
And It’ a Recycled PHOTO FRAME.
For this I took an old book cover (a hard one ,like card stock )
Now on the plain side of this I pasted a plain and white paper. Then I cut an elliptical part from the piece.
Now I colored the entire sheet with yellow and green chalk. That made my background.
Now I individually quilled few roses ,butterflies ,leaves , spirals, etc
Now I stuck them all to my frame
To enhance the look i added a punch cut butterfly at the top.
To cover the ellipse I folded a small piece of the card as socket .
And that completed my recycled frame fully .
Gift it to your best ones to freeze their best moments forever.
I guess this blog is my LUCKY CHARM .
It’s just been two days that I started the blog and now look what I’ve got
Yes ,It is the crafters must have ‘CUTTLEBUG’
I’m really thrilled by this super cute Rakhi Gift. Thanks to my brother for the wonderful one .
And excited by the gift this is what I made
It’s a RECYCLED PROJECT .
Made this from an old wedding card
I took the center (printed) page of this card for the project.
Pasted a colored paper to cover the printed portion.
Then cut it to required dimension,and then embossed the floral design.
To add little color to this embossed pattern I inked it with my glitter pens
This completed the rear face of my envelope.
Now to leave the card simple I just added a small comb quilled flower in the front
And that completed my envelope .
Hope you liked it.
Do comment .
As dollar is soaring and rupee is plummeting, it’s time that we stop purchasing gold and revert to faux jewelry 🙂
Here’s my help in that direction.
Hi every one here comes my next post
This is my all forever favorite set as it is my first quilling.
For this I used 3 mm quilling strips of 2 shades,made a Malaysian type petal.
after sticking them together them, I felt that the portion where the three petals were joined looked clumsy due to over gluing. So I tried to cover it with those small tightly rolled coils.
For those who think the rings are too long to be worn , length can be reduced and it looks like this.
Hope you liked these.
Also please do comment 🙂
Welcome friends, This is my first post here at Lallyz. I’ll be posting some of my paper craft, learnings, experiments and experiences here.
Last week, my friend left to America and I made this card to bid adieu to her.
I used handmade paper for base and attached a Malaysian quilled flower to get a minimalist look.
PS: On a lighter note, I just noticed that the first post is a farewell post 🙂