Monday, March 7, 2011

Quilled China

Good Morning,

My first try at 3D quilling. I bought  miniatures quilling book a while ago.  I decided to try the China set first.  Just in case you couldn't tell what these item are: two plates, two cups, two saucers, a bowl, and a complote.  I never heard of "compote" before so I have no idea what it is for.


A flower pot. The flower pot is sitting on the quarter.  I made five small flowers from the Cuttlebug quilling kit (quilling die cut) for the flower pot.



It was difficult! I guessed it was because I wasn't in the quilling mood. Also, I followed the instruction. When it came to following instruction, I am not so great at it. I will have to give this another try. So stay tune.

Thanks for looking.

Helen


20 comments:

Monica said...

You did a WONDERFUL job, Helen! Love your quilled teaset and the flowers are just sooooooo... pretty.

Hugs to a special crafter,

Monica

cbuswell said...

fabulous little set, a lot of work!!

Gaby said...

Wow......awesome!

MariLynn said...

Hellen, this is fantastic!!! You did amazing on these

Mary said...

Wowzers, that is so cool! A compote is kind of like fruit salad, I believe. Mary

Michelle said...

Oh wow, Helen, this is just incredible.

Michelle :-)

Cami said...

OMG Helen, you've done it again! You've made the most incredible, teeny-tiny quilled project! It is gorgeous! Your work is always detailed and impeccable. I don't think I could ever do this. Your inner passion took over and it came out beautiful...don't be too hard on yourself LOL!
Hugs, Cami

Ann said...

Helen, it's lovely. I've never tried any 3D quilling. One of these days I just might tackle it. I'm still struggling with the regular quilling though.
I've also thought about getting the cuttlebug quilled flower dies but you also need different plates for that as well don't you?

Rae said...

Helen, Helen, Helen...is there no end to your creative talent? As I was reading your post I was thinking to myself, "I wonder where is the photo of the items she quilled?" All I can say is O!M!G! - you are too, too much!

SUGANTHI said...

So beautiful and adorable! So inspiring ,You have done such a great job:)))

eva said...

This is fantastic

Highland Monkey's said...

Wow just Wow!

Katrin said...

Very beautifully!

DeStampin'Corner said...

Wow! Love this tea set! They are soooo cute! I'm a sucker for little cute things! :)

TrishG said...

Wow, Helen. Beautiful! I love the cute flowerpot and flowers. Great job with this quilled set. I'd love to see it in real and try quilling out someday.

Divya said...

Hi Helen, Your work is just tooo goood... All the things you made are fantastic! Superb color combination... Superb. I really loved it very very much... Thank you for sharing. :-)

Leanne said...

WOW! Beautiful 3D quilling. I've a long way to go for sure. When you can do visit my blog. I'd like to hear from you on my quilled card.

PawwPadd said...

Wow Helen!!! These are tiny works of art! They are fabulous Girl! Your talents are endless!!! Thanks for sharing,
Hugs,
Bethann

Ink Bug said...

Wow! Of course we can tell what they are. You are a natural at quilling, Helen! I love these. So cute!

Robin

Whimcees said...

Hello!

Wow! I LOVE this china! Excellent creation - so beautiful! Perfection!

A compote is a dessert of stewed or baked fruit. :<)

I hope that all is good with you and your family! Wishing you a great week!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane