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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Quilling Ideas














25 comments:

  1. Excellent Mona!!!!
    Very cute.
    But I wonder how this could be given as a card?
    May be you should try some thing with a concept.
    yours r more of a decorative.Definitely it is very good.

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  2. amazing work mona...

    i m sorry but i disagree with jai here... this definitely can be given as a card... wat better way to express ur feelings for someone than ur own hand made cards... and these are just amazingly neat and beautiful....Try keeping them in an indian store ( as i told u) and i m sure they'll sell like hot cakes.i'll be the first buyer.:)

    Love u mona...

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  3. Aayan ,I didnt mean it is not good.I didnt mean anything about sales or commercial standards.The work is excellent.I meantto be improvised as on artist level rather than just as gifts.usually poems with beautiful & highly sophisticated Vocabulary donot have feelings, only the content presented in that manner makes u feel.Mona's work is amazing AS craftman & not as an artist.cards should speak without words,that is art.
    Mona nothing to be hurt ,only to see more of your talents & imaginations in your art.

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  4. august 2 quillings r really great.These 2, no one will think of keeing it in one conner & get dust filled.These r really excellent.

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  5. Bronwyn -AustraliaAugust 30, 2008 at 2:09 PM

    Beautiful quilling. You have a great eye for colour and for matching shapes.

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  6. Mona,

    This is really very pretty and fascinating. Great work!

    Aparna

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  7. i really loved ur recent work. Amazing... keep it up girl!!

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  8. you have such pretty designs..lovely work!

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  9. Those peacocks are absolutely stunning! It's an "Ooooh and Aaaah" piece, for sure!

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  10. What a pleasant surprise to find you here! Excellent work. Just wondering if you do this as a hobby or professionally?

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  11. Hi Mona!
    Really beautiful works :)
    I'm new to quill, but I find extremely easy and I've already tried with my class.
    Now I'm getting ideas for a wedding card!
    see you,
    adele

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  12. Mona,
    Your use of contrasting colors is so vibrant! Love your fresh sense of style. Peacocks are so bold and beautiful, but the cards are also a delight. Looking forward to seeing more; and going to sign up as a follower right now.

    Found my way here from Sonya Apple's blog, and will be adding you to my blogroll.

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  13. Hi Mona,
    Pretty much their art quilling
    Nati (Brasil)
    http://natiquill.blogspot.com

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  14. Your art is stunning! The use of line and color are very elegant. Thanks for posting.

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  15. Excellent work!!!keep it up.

    htpp://kalanirmitee.blogspot.com

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  16. Beautiful work.... very neat quilling...

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  17. i love the finesse with which the cards are created. Absolutely not a single paper roll seems out of order. Nice work.

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  18. Nice work. I got some ideas.

    Thanks.

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  19. thanx. i love the ideas since i do quilling myself and usually run short of ideas.

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  20. beautiful quilling..loved it..:)
    Poonam
    http://kaladalan.blogspot.com/

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  21. very nice work..... im a paper quilling student as well....
    i hav done mant cards.....
    i love ur work....
    its beautiful.....

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  22. wow! awesome work...the peacock one needs to be framed!

    devika
    http://craftncreativity.blogspot.in

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