Quillography 'home'

Friday, 19 June 2015

Hey everyone!

This month's theme at the Indian Quilling Challenge is to create something with some quillography (or quilled typography) in it . For my DT project, I decided to make a wall decor for my home. Already shared it on the IQCG blog yesterday, sharing it here today:-

 

. I thought about various words for the typography that I can work upon, and finally zeroed in upon 'home' .I wanted to make something very original, something that truly expresses what I have in my mind.

I have used both 5mm and 3 mm width of quilling strips to make this one.




The frame was inspired from the tutorial shared by Inna on her blog here. Loved her clear and simple explanation.
 I did struggle a bit while assembling the frame together, maybe because my scoring was a little inaccurate. Your measurements and the scoring need to be very accurate for a perfect frame. I used some cello tape on the corners to keep them approximated. Hopefully, I'll come up with a perfect frame next time :)

Well, that is my idea ofa dream home, what's yours? Would love to know. :)


Thanks so much for visiting. Have a great weekend!




10 comments:

  1. Oh wow! You have awesome quilling skills! Such a beautiful scene you have created...

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  2. very beautiful frame Jasleen... its bright and cheerful!!

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  3. Awesome picture. You are very talented and have brought a whole new dimension to quilling. It's wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Jasleen, your quilling is amazing, and this is such a gorgeous example of 'home'! I love it all, but that little bird captured my heart. So exquisite! And your beautiful radiant colours are so happy! How are you settling in to your new home? I hope you are well, and so lovely to see your work! Take care xxx

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  5. OMG Jasleen ! Amazing quilling on this one...so much of detailing too..the droplets,cute bug and the birdie and with all this the frame looks so neat ,I can never imagine doing such quilling with this neatness ! Hats Off to you dear !

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  6. Hi Jasleen, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving me your blog so I could enjoy your beautiful work too! I love your sweet caterpillar, rain, and water. Your typography is wonderfully detailed and so well done. :D

    Cecelia

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  7. Thank you, Jasleen! Very beautiful!

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  8. Wow..Jasleen..I love the idea and it is done beautifully...

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  9. Hi Jasleen, It's wonderful.....!
    all the best..

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