This is a very good art. One of my friend gifted me a greeting card on my birthday. I was very impressed.
This is how i was introduced to quilling. A wonderful card. This is a very good hobby to keep anyone busy and also patient.
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Step 1: "Grape Wine Good for Heart"
This art is as fascinating as wine.This wonderful art highlights the color combination of each grape & arranging them as a bunch. The creepers & the leaves also have their own light in this.
Step 2: "Like a Sea - Blue"
You will just see blue on white. A wonderful combination art made using different shades of blue. The shapes & arranging them properly has given such a outlook.
Step 3: "Simple Quilling"
This is my first quilling art. Doing those shapes for the flowers was easy & got good shape for the first time itself. Bit struggle was in doing those curve branches.
Step 4: "Paper on Ears - But Cute"
A cute little light weight jhumka. Very nice to see & wear.Just needs good quilling strips of required color,white pearls, loop ring & a small effort.These give you a beautiful jhumka to wear.
Step 5: "Flowers @ Night"
This quilling shows the bright flowers in the core dark.The main highlight is the yellow orange combination used on flowers.Buds also has their own visibility.Also the light & dark shades of green stripes covers rest of the impact.
Step 6: "Greeting Card"
Yellow & white always makes eyes happy.Different types of flowers and curves made are very important. Darker background could have given better impact.
Step 7: "Butterflies on Rings"
This quilling has just 3 colors - red,cream & black. First observed thing is the rings at the bottom & then the butterflies. Doing different shapes & combinations takes more effort, but gives very good look.
Participated in the
Quilling Contest 2016