Waiting to Wed

Monday, 19 August 2013

Hello and Welcome . This time I'm back with something different. I have tried my hand at creating a wedding gown using drawing paper.

 For the gown, I cut the square pieces of different sizes from a drawing paper, folded it in accordion style and assembled it.
 The top portion of the hat is made by creating a meshwork using 3 mm quilling strips and the lower portion is decorated with the help of quilling.
Roses are made using quilling strips and I folllowed Inna's technique for this.You can find it here-

The little purse is quilled too.

Last but not the least, I wanted to think of a sentiment that would very aptly describe the bride's feelings just on the day of her wedding. ;)
Hope you like it.

And I dedicate this work to all my friends and cousins who are waiting for their someone special and would be hearing the wedding bells soon. May you stay blessed and Happily Ever After. :)


18 comments:

  1. What a great idea - you certainly are clever with quilling. Your dress looks fabulous. Thanks for joining us at Unstampabelles for our current challenge.

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    1. Thanks so much Susan ! I loved your card too. I liked the way you used your stickers and sparkly papers.

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  2. so lovely! I love the little handbag ;-) thanks for joining in our Paper Dress challenge at UnstampaBelles.

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    1. Thanks a lot Cathy ! I'm glad you liked it :)

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  3. Oh wow, so many techniques in one beauitful dress. Thanks so much for entering this in our Paper Dress challenge this month at Unstampabelles.

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    1. Thanks so much Merry ! The card that you made using pink cupcake-cups is lovely and it inspired me :)

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  4. Excellent work dear I hope you start to design real bridal wear

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    1. Thank you so much. I hope so too ;) haha.

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  5. Such a nice work .. I love that dress
    I am just waiting to shed few pounds so that i can wear something like that ;)

    Thankyou for playing along with at Crafters Corner challenge no 11
    All The best
    Hugs
    Mallika

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    1. Thank you Mallika. I'm glad you liked it :)

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  6. This is awesome...liked each and every deatails ...Thank you for joining the CraftersCorner Challenge#11

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    1. Thank you. I'm glad you liked it :)

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  7. This paper dress is amazing..never seen anything like it.If you had not told it was made from folded squares I would nver have guessed it..perfecto!!
    and Thank you so much for the sweet comment on my blog
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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    1. Thanks so much Dr. Sonia. It feels so great to hear such encouraging comments from seniors. :)

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  8. Such a beautiful card Jasleen!..Your paper-dress does look amazing..It is so cleverly put together and combined with the quilling it makes for an awesome work..I really loved it !

    Thank you so much for playing along 'Crafter's Corner' # 11 and Best of Luck!

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  9. Thanks for such lovely words Hussena ! I loved your creation on 'crafter's corner' too ..:)

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  10. ooh.This is such a neat idea and looks very good and of course very unique.I have never seen something like this.Great idea to combine quilling and paper folding.Thanks for playing along with us at Crafters corner challenge #11.Best of luck!

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    1. Thanks for such encouraging words Pallavi :)

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