Whenever I’m working on a large project (read large as in time consuming, because size has nothing to do with how much time I invest in a project), I like to take little breaks. And because I don’t want to stay away from quilling, I started a series of 12/12cm pictures, which I named ‘Back to the Basics’. Simple designs, basic quilling shapes, experiments with different colors.
So here is the first one ‘Quilled Little Yellow Flowers’:
A bright quilled painting with bold colors on a white background. It all started with some tight coils, so there you have it, your basic shape for this project! Continue reading →
I have no idea what to ramble about in this post, so I will just present you a little quilled chrysanthemum bouquet: yellow and bright like a summer sun on a clear, blue sky!
The flowers are in fact a remake of my red and yellow dahlias, but with a little twist: the petals are glued standing up, thus creating a more defined 3D effect. Continue reading →
No, I am not dead! Yet… It’s been ages since my last post, but this doesn’t mean that I’ve stayed away from quilling. Actually, I’m with my elbows deep in quilling paper and working on new projects.
Today I have a quilled mouse to show you. I’ve been planning to quill one of these for ages!
This little guy is just 3cm long and 1.5cm tall. You might remember my quilled teddy bear, well… I took it to the next level and fringed the paper as fine as possible. Continue reading →