Sweet Wishes!

Monday, 15 September 2014

Hello everyone,
How are you all doing? Today I'm feeling good that I'm able to share something that I made after quite a while. I made a tent card that I first saw on quilling genius Inna's blog here and I followed this tutorial  by Beate John.This is for the first time that I made a card of this kind.
Here's the card:--

If you haven't guessed already, that's a basket full of bright red, ripe, luscious strawberries right in the middle of the card hanging with some natural twine.  :) Hence, that sentiment.


Closer view of the basket of strawberries

The basket and the strawberries are made by the technique of 3-dimensional quilling using 3mm red quilling strips for the strawberries and 5mm  yellowish-orange quilling strips for the basket.

The patterned papers used here are from Webster pages Allisson Kraft.
This card measures approximately 4 1/4 by 4 1/4 inches.

Challenges I was inspired by:
CASE study:208----I'm a big admirer of Debby Hughes' work, be it her crafting or photography skills. And what I loved the most about the inspiration picture was the rustic feel of the jute bag and the wooden plank  so beautifully complimented by that bright red, lusciously coloured fruit. I tried to incorporate that appeal into my card, well, in my own way.


 Virginia's View Challenge--7--- Have used two different patterned papers.


Time out Challenges#14--Home Sweet Home 





That's all for today. Would love to hear your views about this tent card.
Thanks so much for visiting.

Have a great day!! :)


19 comments:

  1. Now this is something different! I just loved that basket and those yummy strawberries...you quill to???
    Beauty, Jasleen.How have you been...not seen for sometime.

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  2. Wow something different !! I loved the yummy strawberries n cute basket , lovely card Jasleen :) !!

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  3. Superb tent card. Shocked to see its your 1st try because its amazing.

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  4. aww!! this is so cute!! love your quilling!! very nice design!!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  5. Love this tent card Jasleen. .at first glance i thought that you incorporated strawberry basket photograph..wondering y you incorporated the photo but after reading your post I understood the realty..:) really Awesome.. loved the little sweet quilled strawberries..great choice of pattern papers.. :)

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  6. Is this sweet or is this sweet? Wow thanks for joining us over at case study challenge.

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  7. This is a fabulous idea Jasleen. So creative and thise strawberries look just yummy. This would be idea for out challenge at TIME OUT Challenges, here is the link
    http://timeoutchallenges.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/challenge-14-home-sweet-home.html

    Would love to see you join us x

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  8. I love tent cards, and you made such a sweet card, the hanging berries look delish!

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  9. you already know I love this card Jasleen. Thanks for linking up to Time Out Challenges x

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  10. What an amazing card, Jasleen ... so creative, so much dimension and such yummy lokking strawberries! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)

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  11. How you did this went way over my head, Jasleen! I'm blown away by the creativity and skill involved in making this incredible card!! Hugs, Darnell

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  12. This is just stunning, Jasleen! Your 3D strawberries hanging in your tent card are so clever and look beautiful! Thank you for sharing it with us at Time Out :)

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  13. Oh my how cool and innovative this is!!

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  14. Very clever and a superb crafting job. Love the results for your first ever tent card. Bravo. - Jim

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  15. My goodness!! Look at the dimension the pp has given for your beautifully quilled strawberries! Amazing!! :)

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  16. Jasleen, this is amazing! Love how you made your tent card. So sweet. Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!

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