Quilled Greeting Cards

I have been hoarding some Quilling papers and tools for a long while. Since my exams are over, I decided to make some quilled greeting cards since Christmas is round the corner. Nobody sends letters or greeting cards these days since the advent of e-mails and everything that followed. Wouldn’t it be really great when someone finds that they have a real paper greeting card this Christmas?

So, I started out with my quilling and suddenly I couldn’t stop myself. Apart from the Greeting cards, I made a picture which I call, ‘The Blue Haired Girl’.

The Christmas Tree & the Presents
An Angel
All the angels & the decoration
The Blue Haired Girl

I ran out of glue and so had to stop. Else, as I had threatened my Amma, the room would have been filled with quilled Greetings. πŸ˜€

So, do you like them?


Β Linking this to Β 100 Happy Days – Day 92


17 thoughts on “Quilled Greeting Cards

  1. These are amazing! The christmas tree is too cute. πŸ™‚ And, the blue haired girl. So creative! I’m sure the recipients of these cards will be delighted.


  2. Don’t throw away your leftover fabric scraps! Instead, save them to make these unique patchwork fabric cards. These are very unique cards, very personal and conveying the gift-giver’s true gift of thought and time. I have been looking for a way to combine both card-making and my love for creativity. Fabulous idea and thank you for sharing such a good post.

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    1. Oooh! That sounds lovely! Thanks for the tip Roms.:D I already don’t throw away things that look good.Now fabric is on the list too!


  3. I loved these! They are so cute. I have been wanting to try my hand at paper quilling for a while now but I have been putting it off. Need to start it. Will take some tips from you.


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