Back to the Basics VI – Live Quillography

Hey All!

I am caught in the making of this year’s Martisoare along with a few other projects which are in different stages of development so I don’t know when I will have something new to show you.

But, because I promised myself that I won’t neglect my blog and I will post more often than I did before,  I took a little break from my current projects and managed to finish canvas number 6 from the “Back to the Basics” series. Unfortunately, these past few days have been cloudy and rainy and only today I managed to take a few pictures.

Back to the Basics VI - Live Quillopgraphy

 The canvas measures 12cm*12cm. I used Freehand521 BT font, which I modified a little bit. I contoured the letters with 5mm wide paper strips, 160gsm.

Back to the Basics - Live Quillography

 And one more thing, just in case you’ve missed it: Ann Martin featured my “love” and “Thank you!” quillography and my quilled poppy on her blog, All Things Paper. You can read about it here. Thank you so much Ann, it’s a real honor!


Thank you for your visit!

Happy Quilling!




  1. avatar
    Pritesh says:

    Wonderful one Manu! Now, the logical one to follow is “laugh” 🙂 Live and Love are done 🙂 And congratulations on the feature on All Things Paper. I didn’t know until today that I am mentioned there 🙂 Thank you, you’re a genuinely nice quiller and an adorable person 🙂 Hope and pray that our paths cross some day 🙂

    • avatar
      ManuK says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words, Pritesh! You make me blush…

      You might think, but no, no “laugh” because I am doing only 4 letter words. I have ideas for 2 more canvases which I’ll post soon and I think the basic quillography series will end there.

      I hope we’ll meet some day, too, I would really love that!

  2. avatar
    Isaura says:

    Como a arte que faz é fantástica, só posso dizer simplesmente :…Aaaaadoooroo!!! Muito obrigada pela simpatia e, dar a conhecer ao mundo a pessoa bonita que é.

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