Friday, 5 April 2013

Quilled Name Plate ...Quilling with Book Paper .


                                                                               

                                                                                 
Size of the plate is ...17inches/7 
                                                                               





Made This Name plate with my daughter 
she glued the letters and the leaves .
Most of the things were done by her ..
i was inspired by book quilling from this blog 
i bought an old book from charity shop and used it to make this .
slightly changed it according to my style by adding colored papers with
the book papers .

Thanks Kate for sharing the idea with us 


                                               My daughter made this flower 







 this butterfly .made with book paper and colored strips.



THIS IS :))FROM MANGUSTEEN 
FRUIT 
I have already used these in card making 




this is my little ones idea ..she is a book worm :))




                                      

before sticking glue to the pieces .
eight pieces
the hardest part was cutting the alphabets .
i had to draw and cut .my daughter glued most of the
elements including the alphabets ..


linking this to....Recycle challenge
Thanks dear friends for stopping by and for your encouraging comments.

10 comments:

  1. lovely, would make a great gift.

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  2. this is great, love the letters, and nice quilling you have a good little helper !!!
    Paula

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  3. Hi Angelin, am your newest follower. I was just going thru' your page and admiring all the lovely things you have created.
    http://www.kalasirjana.blogspot.in/

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  4. Very pretty Angelin. Sharon has done such a nice job. The little book adds a nice touch.

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  5. What a wonderful project! I like how you took Kate's idea and made something completely new and personal! I'm sure your daughter and you had a lot fun working on this!

    Hugs!
    Manu

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  6. Beautiful project Thank you for joining us at C.R.A.F.T this week. Jeanette

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  7. Amazing. Rose, try cutting the letters with a craft knife rather than scissors and turn the paper while you always cut downwards making short cuts or use narrow sharp scissors with pointy ends you can use to pierce into small spaces.Then cutting becomes very easy.
    http://ajourneyintoquilling.blogspot.com
    Chris

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    1. Thank you so much Chris ..shall do as you said .
      Thanks once again for the lovely tips.

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