Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Celebration



        I have tried cursive lettering for this card. I first wrote the word 'celebration' in pencil and then stuck the strip over it. I must say it was a bit difficult.I had to cut and stick the strip to look as if it is continuous.
        The petals are made from eccentric coils ,I have  hand cut orange and green colour sheets for the flowers and leaves. This is a time for celebration and I would wish in advance a very happy diwali to everyone.
This card goes to take a quill pill challenge.


                


       Thanks for stopping by, have a great diwali.

12 comments:

Creativek(Shraddha) said...

Wow the cursive writing is just fab!!Lovely card

Nágela said...

I love your work!
Very delicate and beautiful detail of your card "celebration" on paper, loved it!

GreenEarth said...

Wish you a Happy Deepavali!
A nice festive card.

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kavitha said...

beautiful card.Happy diwali:)

Leanne said...

Wow, Beautiful!

mayrassss said...

hello friend!

how are you!
wooow as always beautiful work
I love them!
I invite you to my blog!
I am doing a candy

mayrassss

Sheeba Asariah said...

wow such a pretty quilled card:)

Allycat said...

Happy diwali to you Suganthi. The formation of the word is really good, must take alot of patience! Lovely colour combination as well x

Helen said...

OMG! the writing is awesome! I'm afraid to even attempt it.

Anitakumarcrafts said...

Gorgeous as always , love your cards !

Ann said...

your card is just lovely. The cursive is very good, I can imagine how difficult it must have been to get it just right.

salma said...

Flowers and ribbon looks Pretty,paper cad and the other stuff too,but in my opinion you should use the black combination with white in a back ground ,giving an elegant looks ....
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