Quilled Greeting Cards

My creations in Quilled Greetings

I have been hoarding some Quilling papers and tools for a long while. Since my exams are over, I decided to make some quilled greeting cards since Christmas is round the corner. Nobody sends letters or greeting cards these days since the advent of e-mails and everything that followed. Wouldn’t it be really great when someone finds that they have a real paper greeting card this Christmas?

So, I started out with my quilling and suddenly I couldn’t stop myself. Apart from the Greeting cards, I made a picture which I call, ‘The Blue Haired Girl’.

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The Christmas Tree & the Presents
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An Angel
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All the angels & the decoration
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The Blue Haired Girl

I ran out of glue and so had to stop. Else, as I had threatened my Amma, the room would have been filled with quilled Greetings. 😀

So, do you like them?

 


 Linking this to  100 Happy Days – Day 92

 

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17 Comments

  1. myheartbeats4ublog

    yes ma’am, liked them!! happy quilling

  2. Deepika Kumaaraguru

    Wow, Ranjini, it looks very creative and beautiful 🙂

  3. ShethP

    These are amazing! The christmas tree is too cute. 🙂 And, the blue haired girl. So creative! I’m sure the recipients of these cards will be delighted.

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    […] 7. Quill More – This year I did! Next step is to start making quilled greetings. I could easily make one in a week right? Will keep a slot for the same. You can see the ones I made this year here […]

  5. Novemberschild

    Don’t throw away your leftover fabric scraps! Instead, save them to make these unique patchwork fabric cards. These are very unique cards, very personal and conveying the gift-giver’s true gift of thought and time. I have been looking for a way to combine both card-making and my love for creativity. Fabulous idea and thank you for sharing such a good post.

    1. Ranjini

      Oooh! That sounds lovely! Thanks for the tip Roms.:D I already don’t throw away things that look good.Now fabric is on the list too!

  6. reemamichelle

    I loved these! They are so cute. I have been wanting to try my hand at paper quilling for a while now but I have been putting it off. Need to start it. Will take some tips from you.

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