Quilled frame

Hi!

I made this frame for Pritesh’s challenge on her blog ‘Quilling me softly’. It took me a lot of time since I used the bee-hive technique (though it doesn’t look like it :))that I had never used before…even the ‘quillography’ is new to me…

To be honest, its not a ‘neat’ frame. I could have made it lot better but found making the letters very difficult. you can find glue stains around the letters 🙂 I had a tough time arranging them… Here is the frame and I made it for my sister…

And here are the pics with a ruler. The frame is A4 size.

There is a beautiful tutorial by Pritesh on her blog. Do check it out…This technique is originally Susan’s. You can see this here

I had mailed Pritesh pics last night at exactly 12 o clock! 🙂 There was no time to post it on the blog 🙂

I hope you like my frame… 🙂

Supplies used:
250 GSM Card stock for the base… A1 craft supply
For frame- card board
strips- craft universe
Pearls- local buy
Black card stock- Itsy bitsy

4 responses to “Quilled frame”

  1. It is so beautiful.Nicely done. Thanks for sharing.

    shylaashree
    http://adhiraacreations.blogspot.in

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  2. it is a lovely frame, i like the black background you chose and all the intricate quilling!

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  3. Hi there~ Thanks for stopping by. This is a beautiful frame.
    And you also used the beehive technique. Its been a while since I.ve used it.Looks great.

    *hugs*
    M.
    http://quilltiqueparadise.blogspot.com

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  4. The quilling is beautiful and I couldnt actually see any glue stains in the photo. Black is a very unforgiving color as far as glue stains go [ discovered this while working on a project for my kiddo]!!

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