Quilled Daffodils and Forget-me-not Flowers – Floral Tile V.
Time for another floral tile! I made this one a while ago, back in Spring, and the influence is noticeable. This is the first time I ever tried to quill daffodils, but the forget-me-not flowers are an old favorite of mine.
Quilled Daffodils and Forget-me-not Flowers – Floral Tile V
The size of the tile is 12cx12 cm. Mounted on a 23×23 cm piece of cardboard, it fits perfectly into the shadowbox frame from Ikea. I’ve been searching for cheap, ready made frames for years, and these are still the best deep frames I could find. Continue reading →
Long time no post! I am continuing with my series of densely packed floral tiles, this time with something appropriate for the season – summer mood with daisies and a tiny sunflower.
Summer Mood – Floral Tile IV
These are definitely the most time consuming of all the flowers I’ve made so far. I ended up spending over four hours just to roll and shape the petals for the sunflower. I guess this is what one would call “time well spent”. 🙂 Continue reading →
Time for the third piece from the series of densely packed 12cm*12cm floral tiles – Spring Greenery – this time with white hellebore. I finished it quite some time ago, but kept on tweaking little bits here and there until I felt everything is in the proper place. It’s a bit of a challenge to get the edges of the tile neat and straight in order to keep the overall square shape. The space I get to work with is not very big either, so not a lot of flowers and leaves fit in. Well, it was I who chose the size! 😀
Floral Tile III – Spring Greenery
I absolutely love making these flowers! They come in so many wonderful colors, I only wish I had paper in the right shades so I can quill them all. They are fairly easy to make, just time consuming. But hey, what in quilling is not time consuming? Continue reading →