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Monday, September 24, 2012

Quilled-3d -Flowers- Pansy Paradise

I quilled these flowers a bit differently though it is based on husking, since I wanted to make them look real.The yellow part of the petal is husked but I have pinched the top so it looks like a V like the  grass in the tree landscape. for the blue part I did not husk as I needed some width at the bottom as well so it could be stuck on top of the yellow, so I made it like in this tutorial which  is here, but I did not encircle them. Just stuck them at the bottom so it expands out  like a V but still had width .


I Used the same zig zag fold technique for the white, but did not pinch to top so as to get loops. I did try the pinched zig zag for the purple flower, but I feel the blue and white one looks better.

The small flowers are very basic but I made them with stems and arranged like a flower arrangement. I find the Japanese, who do really fantastic quilling, tend to do it this way. However the leaves are of three different types.The tutorial for leaf sprig next to the pansy is here.

For the ladybird, I used a 3d cap, which I managed to shape because I allowed it to unwind about a mm. I usually allow a teeny unwind before gluing, which makes pushing out the shape easier.

20 comments:

  1. Stunning card, flowers looks gorgeous!!!You made a good job!

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  2. Hello Chris! I saw this frame on Quilling Cafe, but I had to comment here too! I love it, you did a wonderful job!

    Happy Quilling!
    Manu

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    1. Thanks Manuk, I am in awe of your work, hence its an honor to be complemented by you.

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    1. Thanks Nagela. Just wanted you to know I'm greatly inspired by your work.

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  4. how wonderful I love your beautiful work!
    Greetings Baukje

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  5. Много красиви цветя!Имат страхотно излъчване!

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    1. Thanks Neli, its a really great complement coming from a great artist like you. Your last piece is really awesome.

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  6. Wonderful!! loved the flowers..they are beautiful!

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  7. I have never seen a quilled pansy.You have captured the beauty of this delicate flower well. I liked your idea of sharing the tutorial with fellow bloggers.Your blog is very informative keep up the wonderful work
    cheers
    anandhi

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  8. I love pansy's! You'r frame is just wonderful!

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  9. Thank you for visiting my blog Georgia and thank you fro your wonderful comment.

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