Saturday, November 13, 2010

Another quilled card

The other day when I posted the Christmas cards that I made I told you that I was saving one for another post because I was going to enter this one in the Take a quill pill challenge.
Well here it is
I know that I've got a lot of practicing to do with my quilling, but that's half the fun.
I'm scheduling this post so that I don't have to rush home and put one together after my day of shopping but I'm sure I will have lots to tell about the days events.


LDH said...

Love the quilled tree! This is one of my favorite card that you have made!

Catherine said...

I like it! I think your quilling is superb.

I bought some very pretty Christmas card stock paper today at Michael's when hubby and I went to Medicine Hat shopping. (Medicine Hat, Albert ~ a city about 200km West of us. Shopping is crap in my small city!!) Hubby is going to a hockey tournament next weekend. I plan on staying in my PJs the whole weekend and not leaving my craft room! You inspire me! :)

xo Catherine

gayle said...

Another one of my favorites!

Shinade said...

Ewwww...I love this one Ann. This is really good. Gee whiz you should open an Etsy store.

I would love to have some of these hand crafted goodies to give as gifts!!

Walter just now got into Ok. and doesn't have enough driving time left to get home tonight.

But, he'll be here in the morning and we will have the day!
Happy night!:-)

Donna said...

I was in Michaels this morning hunting "papers" to scan...Everything is now 12x12!!

BeadedTail said...

I love that card! The tree is so cute and I love the plaid and the bow and the colors - just everything! Hope you had a great day shopping!

tahtimbo said...

That card is fantastic!! That is really paper, because it looks like you made it out of fabric. Just incredible!!

Helen said...

Love the tree, Ann.

With your help, I made some quilling holly leaves. I was so excited. Thank you!

Grace said...

This is super. I like that even the truck is quilled. How did you get the writing on the card? Like the textured paper. I guess I just like everything about it!

Duni said...

It's perfect! The tree is amazing!

Ann said...

LDH thank you very much

catherine that sounds like a fun weekend and you are just too sweet, thanks

gayle :) thanks,

shinade I have considered the etsy store just have never gotten around to it. Too bad about the longer wait to see Walter but a whole day will be nice

donna now why didn't I ever think of scanning my papers. what a good idea, then I'll never run out of my favorites

beaded tail aw thanks

tahtimbo I'm always amazed at the things you can do with paper

helen YEAH, can't wait to see you holly leaves, glad I was able to help

grace thank you. I cheated on the writing, I used a stamp.

duni thank you very much

FishHawk said...

Do you think your daughter would mind if I baa humbug enough for both of us?

Jen said...

Love the tree!

Philippa said...

Nice one, Ann! Those hearts make a great tree. I'm still working on my 'Quill Pill' entry ...

Auntie E's Kitchen said...

I like this one. Great job.

Sandra said...

A plus on this one. love it. hope you win first place. i did not know what quilling was until you posted these cards.

Russ said...

You have to love that tree. You always do such a good job.
Hope you have a good week ahead.

allotments4you said...

Oh Ann...this is definitely a I would love to send to special friends!!

livintheblues said...

You keep showing things like this and it gets harder to Ba Humbug!... :)

Out on the prairie said...

I have a little box of tries and try nots I call them. It takes a lot of practice to get going, but i have found doing more than one is best.What a nice card Ann,last night I think I mastered a squash book.

Marg said...

That is a great card. Really well done. We like that one a lot. Keep up the great work.
Hope you have great fun shopping.

Ann Martin said...

What a great way to use heart scrolls - so creative, Ann!

Ann said...

fishhawk I don't think so as long as you aren't sitting in the same room with her

Jen thanks

philippa thanks and can't wait to see what you come up with

auntie E's kitchen thanks

sandra woo hoo and A plus for me :) I didn't know what it was until a few months ago

russ aww thanks, you're always so nice :)

allotments4you thanks, I just have to figure out who's getting what card

livintheblues for a change I'm trying to avoid the bah humbugs this year :)

out on the prairie what exactly is a box of tries and try nots? sounds interesting. A squash card sounds interesting too

marg thanks so much

Ann well the heart scrolls need some work but it'll do :) thank you very much

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Ann, I love the tree and that bow just finishes the card, it is so pretty.

Charlotte said...

Ann, this is such a great card! Love the quilled tree made with the scroll hearts and the layout is very pleasing.

As for me, the quilling I have no problem with, but I find creating the layouts quite a challenge.

Thanks for the inspiration!

Sandee said...

I love this Ann. A lot.

Have a terrific Sunday. My best to Duke. :)

Anita Kumar said...

Beautiful card !

Miawa said...

That's really a beautiful one Annie.

Ann said...

Poetic shutterbug. thanks I debated on the bow but in the end was glad I added it

Charlotte I actually found a site that has sketches for card layouts, I'm not good at the layout part myself

Sandee thanks

Anita thank you

Miawa, thanks so much

As Ahmad said...

wow! the card is really nice :) the quilled tree, the decoration, evrything look so simple yet beautiful ♥

Ann said...

As Ahmad thank you very much. I had fun making it too

Dr Sonia S V said...

Such a lovely xmas tree

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