I’m really becoming addicted to this paper quilling. I had been wanting to work up to making a sugar skull. I have a curio cabinet full of sugar skull items and this will go perfect. Here are some photos from beginning to finally in its shadow box and all done. I’d love to get some feedback from you. What do you think?
Beginning a project with letters now. Here is the progression and completion (I think) of the first letter, letter A.
I’m absolutely in LOVE with Opal, my quilling seahorse project. This is a project I designed and completed myself. Still in the process of self-teaching the art of paper quilling. This one took me about 8 hours from start to finish. It’s 5 x7 in size and now in a shadowbox hanging at my work.
Just received notice from Judi that my quilt is quilted and ready to return. I can’t wait to feel it when it gets home. LOVE it!!!!
So super excited. Finished my first Illusion quilt top. I’ve sent it off to be quilted since I cannot quilt anything this large on my home machine. Judi Madsen will be quilting it for me. I can’t wait to get it back and bind it. I made a little pillow from the left over material, just to match for an accent.
It’s been a while since I’ve made a post. My apologies. I’ve had a lot going on in life. I’ve decided to teach myself quilling. If you have never heard of it you should check it out. It’s all projects made of only paper. I’ve seen some that are absolutely breathtaking. While I still have a ways to go, I’m enjoying the journey so far. It’s a process, sometimes very tedious, but the end result has been worth it.
My Secret Santa at work gifted me a box of small wood slices. I was so super excited to get them. This is the first thing I made from them. I felt the need to build a snowman with some wood burn accents and a tidy little flannel scarf. 🙂
Wow I have been super lax on my blog postings. So much going on this time of year and had pneumonia to boot. Any who…I decided to try my hand at 3D Christmas cards today. This is what I accomplished. Super cute and simple. Easy to make. I made mine 3.5″ x 5″, single sided, non-opening with 3D ornament and hand drawn accents.
I’ve finished my second quilted ornament now. I really like these.
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