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Sunday, January 6, 2013

Basic Quilling - Flower Frame - Floral Cascade

quilled flower frame quilling quilled flowers quilled leaves
This simple quilled  frame of flowers is a break from all that complicated quilling I have been doing for a while. I have used the various basic shapes for the flowers and all these can be made from the Basic Shapes Tutorial  which I had posted earlier.

For the butterfly wing leaf, I have used the  looping technique but I did not use pins as I was taking a break remember?  The tutorial for the comb quilled leaf is here, but if you look carefully this leaf has dark green on one side and light green on the other.

Figured how I did that?? Well I did it in 2 halves and combined the two halves and encircled it. Here have a closer look !!
comb quilling quilled leaf tutorial
So now you know why I used  just 2 comb leaves eh?  Absolute laziness!! Have a go at it, it looks good if you have the patients to use it extensively. Maybe I will too in a later piece.

Tutorials for dual color  looped leaf and butterfly wing leaf are available if u click on the links.

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Are you cool on a needle or toothpick?

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    1. Hi Irland,
      I use the toothpick when I make flowers or where each basic shape can be seen as it leaves a very small center hole. I also use the toothpick since I can moisten it to create friction which helps to keep the coils from turning around. But for landscapes, I use the quilling tool as I can work much faster.

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  2. Hey Nice to see some basic work also some times !I liked the butterfly wing leaf !

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    1. Thank you Pooja. You are such a sweet soul and always have something nice to say.

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  3. Gorgeous Quilling with lovely colors especially the lilac flowers are very pretty .

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  4. lovely arrangement, love how you did the leaves!!!
    Paula

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  7. Love the techniques you have used her Chris :)

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