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Thursday, April 20, 2017

#APOM 17. Q for Quilling

My theme for this year is called "A Piece of Me" #APOM
I would be sharing a tiny piece of my life in pictures

Q for Quilling
I have this thing of learning new things. I love DIY's so I learnt crochet, I learnt origami, and my recent passion was paper quilling.
I am a jack of all trades but no harm in trying my hand on everything right.
Here is a picture of my tiny
quilling projects

1. First crochet project
2. Paper quilled jhumka
3. Paper quilled rakhi
3. Paper quilled danglers

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42 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! There is always something special about making things yourself.

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    1. I agree, that satisfaction of seeing something handmade is the best feeling ever
      Thanks for dropping by Tracey :-)

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  2. These are beautiful works of art. Great job! It must have taken a lot of time and effort to make those.

    J -- Co-host the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference and Speculative Fiction Writer
    http://jlennidornerblog.what-are-they.com

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    1. Wow, I have a celebrity commenting..Yaay Me
      Thanks for dropping by J Lenni :-)

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  3. Your quilling work is so pretty and creative! One of my topics today was quilling also.

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    1. I did read your topic too. Its lovely.
      Thanks for dropping by HMBH :-)

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  4. You are clearly very patient! Your little pieces are beautiful. My mother makes lace which I suppose is not far removed from your creations.

    It's Quiz Night in Amble Bay!

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    1. lace is tougher to make. Phew! needs 10 times more patience than quilling
      Thanks for dropping by Keith :-)

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  5. Wow! You are very talented as they are pretty neat in execution n design.


    Qissa cafe in Fort Kochi

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  6. My little one loves quilling...will show her your jhumkas for ideas !
    here from AtoZ http://poojasharmarao.blogspot.in/2017/04/q-qabbani-nizar-inspirational-writers.html

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    1. Ask her to check out youtube. Thats where I learnt from :-)
      Thanks for dropping by Pooja :-)

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  7. They look lovely! I've no idea how to do anything like this, so I take my hat off to you.

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    1. Youtube Nick. It has a tutorial for anything and everything. try any craft project sometime
      And thanks for commenting :-)

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  8. Hi DeeDee - oh what lovely little wonderful crafted items ... they look amazing - very clever - enjoy your Quilling ... cheers Hilary

    http://positiveletters.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/q-is-for-quirky-quizzy-facts-and-quaggas.html

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  9. Wow that's some talent! Those are really pretty jhumkas. I wish I could do crochet too
    Thanks for sharing I am definitely going to fallow your lead and make myself some pretty jhumkas too. :)
    Cheers!

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    1. All the best Karnika.They are easy to do, trust me :-)
      And thanks for dropping by :-)

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  10. yes very good idea to share even i m also doing paper quilling earrings

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    1. Wow, share the pictures sometime :-)

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  11. my niece and daughter too picked up quilling last summer and i was surprised with the results..
    love the jhumkas you have here
    LadyInRead @ MyRandRSpace - Day 20 & QuizzingQ

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    1. They are the in thing now :-)
      Thanks for dropping by LIR

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  12. Beautiful! Quilling has recently caught my daughters fancy. I loved the earrings you made.
    Quaint

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  13. That's wonderful DeeDee! Hank will always have lots of admiration for those good with their hands. These can be seen and it is such a wonder to be able to go through the intricate foldings,twistings and cuttings. Hank is not good at it, more into poetry and art though! Keep at it Ma'am!

    Hank

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    1. I love Hank's poetrys :-)
      Thanks for dropping by :-)

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  14. Visiting from A to Z - quilling fascinates me. I bought a quilled piece on a trip once and it is a souvenier I am still fond of. I don't quill but I do crochet, and have for some 45 years.

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    1. I am just learning crochet and quilling. Like I said, I am a jack of all trades :-)
      Thanks for dropping by TUJA :-)

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  15. Very pretty! Wish I had time for handcraft these days! I have a pile of unfinished knitting projects and a cupboard full of beads from the dates when I made earnings and necklaces...

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    1. Wow! I hope that you do find time to do some crafts :-)
      Thanks for dropping by Sue :-)

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  16. So cool! You are quite an expert!
    Our startup company deals with handicrafts & handmade items of Odisha.
    Do visit us on FB- @utkalamrita & @sabatexports
    'Don't QUIT' #AtoZChallenge

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    1. Wow! Expert?Me?Oh no no, I am rookie.
      I will check our your page on Facebook. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  17. These look so pretty!! I remember doing all of this when I was in school... now its been ages I've done any craft work!

    Cheers
    BoisterousBee

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    1. I was lazy in school :P
      Thanks for dropping by Geetika :-)

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  18. It's been ages since I've seen quilling. My brother got into it bigtime after seeing a how-to in Better Homes and Gardens magazine. He used the technique to make really beautiful snowflake Christmas ornaments.
    http://laurelgarver.blogspot.com/2017/04/q-questioning.html

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    1. Wow! I should try the snowflakes now. Thanks for sharing Laurel :-)

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  19. Oh, that's really cool! I've seen paper quilling before, but I never knew what it was called, so thanks for teaching me. :)

    Visiting from the A to Z Challenge. You can see my "Q" post here: https://lydiahowe.com/2017/04/20/q-is-for-questions-atozchallenge-also-time-for-yall-to-ask-questions/

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    1. The pleasure is all mine. Check out youtube. I learnt from the videos there :-)
      Thanks for commenting Aidyl :-)

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  20. I always wondered about quilling. Your examples are lovely.

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    1. Thank you Leslie :-)
      You can try it sometime too :-)

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