When Piyu told me what the theme was, the first thing that popped into my head was a plush toy. Kids love those! And I remember that when I was little my very first toy of this kind was a blue teddy bear. So I did my best to try and recreate it using paper strips. I had to do a lot of fringing for this, but, except for that, the project was easy and fun to make. I was in a hurry when I made the toy, I barely had time to buy those funny googly eyes. I feel though like he is missing a nose, so now I am trying to find a very, very small bead.
I hope you like my quilled teddy bear!
Make sure to check the blog to see some other great inspiring designs from my DT coleague, Suganthi.
Hope you will take part in this challenge! Happy Quilling!
I know it’s been a while since I last posted something or commented on other blogs, but I have a very good excuse for this: we’re on holiday! We’ve been in Iasi for a week to visit Lucian’s parents and leave behind all the hussle and bustle from Bucharest.
Of course, visiting people meant I had to prepare a few presents which I must confess I enjoyed so much working on them!
The idea for this framed quilled picture took shape after I did the flower for the Homyachok challenge. The flower turned out pretty big and I loved it so much that I knew it will become one day a part of a bigger project. So I quilled 2 more dahlias initially, remade the twigs because I wanted them to pop-out and added a butterfly. But… I always change the design in the last minute, so this is the end result:
Tomorrow we’re going to the seaside until the week-end so I won’t be able to reply to any emails. I wish you all a lovely holiday!