Friday, 16 December 2016

Quilled name plate

Hey everyone!!
Today I am here to share a quilled name plate I made for December DT post for Indian Quilling Challenge group. This month the theme is to work with your favorite technique.
I have a few favorite quilling techniques. I have tried to use some of my favorite techniques. Quillography being my most favorite technique I tried to use this technique hence I have made a nameplate for my house. I have used 3mm quilling strips to make this nameplate, lavender being my favorite color too I used same in my project. The font used for name is Alexandra script. The other favorites are flowers. These are my favorite quilling flowers.

I hope you all will like my project and it will give you some inspiration to participate in our ongoing challenge.
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Thursday, 20 October 2016

photo bouquet

Hey guys!!!
How are you doing?? We are having a great festive time here in India!!! it is the wedding season as well. I completely love the festive season. I enjoy decorating my home for the festive season. With Diwali around the corner I am loving all the festive things we get in the market. How are you guys gearing up for the upcoming festival!!! I will post a few pictures of my Diwali decor later, today I am here to share a photo bouquet I made on order. Photo bouquets are in trend these days,  the personal touch of photos add a oomph to the gift. The recipient also love getting personalized gifts. So this bouquet was made on order from groom's sister for the couple. We added a few of their pics and chocolates. Combination given was red and golden and I hope I did justice to client's expectation.

So people how's it? please give your inputs..

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Birthday Card

Hello guys!!
Today I am here to share a shabby chic birthday card I made against a order. This card was made for a would be sister in law from her sister in law. And I was given a day to make this card. I was completely lost about how to make as the sample shown to me was a very cute shabby chic card and I was not sure if i would be able to do justice with the client's hope. So dearies I have done my best to make this one and I am glad that the client and recipient both loved the final result.
 Now I will leave it in your court to judge!!!

I am sorry for bad pic as I had to deliver it at 7pm and I completed this card by 7.15pm. so I clicked pics form my phone and also in low light.
Supplies used:
pattern paper- papericious
die- spellbinders
butterfly- itsy bitsy
sentiment- printed
the lace flower is handmade, laces are from my stash.

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Friday, 16 September 2016

IQCG-DT post

Hey guys..
I am over the Indian Quilling challenge blog to share my DT post for this month's theme.. under the sea.. here's my take on it..

Do not forget to check my post over there and do participate also.. 

Friday, 22 July 2016

Show and tell- different seasons!!

Hey everyone!!!
Long time, no see!!! I know, sorry for being MIA. anyways, now I am here, let me tell you I really had a tough time with my daughter's holidays homework this summer. kids these days get so many projects that its us the parents who are on our toes. So I thought I should share my experiences of doing projects for my daughter with my lovely readers. hence, I am starting with a series about the kids projects on my blog. Every now and then I will share the projects I am doing for kids. First in the series is show and tell competition. Every parent has to make props for show and tell competition at school. Usually School gives you topic and the child has to speak about the given topic using some props. 
It was my daughter's show and tell competition at school yesterday. 
Topic given was: I am thankful....  
Class: KG/Prep
Age group: 2-4 years
We chose the topic: I am thankful to God for different seasons. As my daughter knows about different seasons. we chose summer, winters and rain. I do not know how she performed but the teacher liked the props and kept at school. I don't expect her to speak a lot but even if she stands confidently in front of mike I am happy with that too. So, Sharing with you all the pictures of the props we made:

 for summers we have shown butterfly, icecream, fruits, juice, flowers. we have used the puffy stickers from market, icecream is made with paper and pom poms.

for winters we have shown snow man, hot soup, jacket, muffler, cap and orange. used stickers, print outs and for snow man used cotton. 

for rain we have shown rainbow, clouds, umbrella, frog etc. 
Little Vrinda helped me pasting all the stuff and this way she could remember some of her lines.
update:  Vrinda got best presentation for this competition. 
So thats it for today!!!
I hope you liked the post.

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

IQCG DT post

Hello guys
So time again for a new challenge at Indian quilling challenge group. Theme for this month is back to childhood.
 When I got to know this month's theme I knew that I will make 3d cartoon character. So i have made a 3d quilled doraemon. I hope you all will like it and participate in our new challenge this month.

So guys participate in our ongoing challenge and have fun.

Saturday, 21 May 2016

Mix media mural

Hello everyone!!
Okay so a second post in a day. Lately I am trying my hands on new arts and crafts. For so long I wanted to try mix media murals. I love how they stand out and you can achieve many looks with some basic supplies. So I had carpenter at my home for some work and I rescued one abandoned piece of plywood and got the base board done from carpenter. I used cermaic powder to give various textures to the base. The Ganesha on leaf is also handmade with white m-seal. I hope you all will like my first attempt on making mix media mural.
The coloring is done using fevicryl fabric colors. I hope to make many more and improve.