Friday, 4 July 2014

Indian Quilling Challenges- My Design team work!!!

A recently opened group in Facebook by the name of Indian quilling challenges started with 2 challenges per month. This is one of the few challenges that is exclusively available to quillers in India!!!

We have already had 2 challenges and the 3rd one is on going now.
I will be sharing my work that I have done as a design team member that helps and inspires fellow quillers with ideas to take part in the contest!!!There are 2 challenges per month!!!

The 1st challenge started on 1st June. The theme was to create a CAS card!!! If you have been following me on Fb... you know that I had made a Cake card before too... you can have a look at it here.
 I made a simpler version of the card for this challenge to go with the theme!!!

As always made an outer envelope using the same base card... embellished it with pink ribbon and a handmade paper flower with a button at the center.
The main card is a simple one with a quilled cake that is decorated with pearl rhinestones. 

 The close up of the sentiment- Birthdays are nature's way of telling us to eat more cake. This is from fiskars sentiment stamp set.

The close up of the cake... Doesn't it look yummy :P

The second challenge started on 15 june. The theme was a create a standalone butterfly.
I chose to recreate butterfly that I had made earlier.
I really love the yellow and black combo for a butterfly so this was what I used to make the butterfly too.

The third challenge has just begun on 1st July. The them this time around is to create a quilled creation incorporating the alphabet 'A' in the creation... I made a nameplaque which was an order that was placed by a elder sister for her sister for her b'day... Co incidently I had done the same name a few months back and the customer wanted me to do something really very similar and gave me a whole lot of colours to work with!!!

If you are a quiller and would like to take part in these challenges.. You can drop by the blog here.

And here is another news... Suggestyaar has just gone live... so if you have ever used the services that Pratvam Progs has offered... I would love to here you out... just click on the comment section and leave your comments :)

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