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Saturday, 9 March 2013

A 3D Quilled Jewellery box!!

The best and the worst thing about this project is that it does not require anything besides hand cut strips of tinted papers,glue,quilling tool,scissors and A LOT OF PATIENCE!!
The base.

The BEST thing being~That great feeling when u dont have to spend a lot to make something worth a lot.The minute you decide to make it,the only thing you need to do is open your storage,pull out some papers and start.
Box without the lid.
The WORST thing being~It gets too difficult when you dont have anything stiff to mount your quilled rolls and shapes on something stiff.Not just that you have to hold 2 rolls together till it semi dries and i would not recommend using quick drying glue as at places you need to change the shape or replace the roll when it does not fit in that particular circle.

Box with the lid.
The Dimensions: 8" broad and 5" tall aprox.
Materials : Blue, Green and Lavender tinted papers,
                 Quilling tool,
                 Glue and scissors.

View from the Top :)

22 comments:

  1. WOW!!! what a piece of art ,you showcased your talent and patience together.i'll be happy if you visit me too

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  2. Wow ! Amazing box ! Loved your quilling.

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  3. lovely !!

    .ATB.

    attyfattycrafts.blogspot.in

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  4. This is absolutely amazing. Never seen anything quite like it. Best, CG

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  5. How incredibly creative! Such a pretty box with beautiful colors! Kudos to you for quilling all those little strips! Thanks for joining the Tuesday Throwdown. Kim L. DT

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    1. Thanx so much Kim and its totally my pleasure to be a part of Tuesday throwdown

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  6. GREAT colour combro and amazing work!thanks for sharing at craft us crazy challenge

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  7. This is beautiful and love how you created the base with quilling. I so can relate to having something to mould the shape on. I have just had my first try of a quilled vase and it does take a lot of patience. Yours is lovely and neat. Thanks for sharing this with us at Unstampabelles.

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    1. Thanx Merry,i am happy u liked it and its my pleasure to be a part of Unstampabelles.

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  8. This is awesome! such neat and tidy perfect quilling. Thanks so much for joining in our quilling challenge at Unstampabelles.

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  9. Wow! Was für ein phantastisches Werk! Bravo!

    Danke für deine Teilnahme an der Unstampabelles Challenge.

    LG Dreja (GDT)

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  10. This is simple amazing! All of your curls look so perfect and you've really kept the shape of the box well. Thanks for sharing at Unstampabelles.

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    1. Thanx for the lovely compliment Lauren :)

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  11. wowww...this is really amazing :)

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