Sunday, February 26, 2012

White on white



         Ever since I started quilling I spend a lot of time searching for quilling ideas and bookmarking them  . I found a page bookmarked long ago but quite forgotten here, I found this beautiful white on white quilled work. I was amazed all over again at how the coils can be shaped into so many ways to give life to strips of paper.
       Every quiller has a different talent and strength and I feel a lot of respect for the ones who can come up with such wonderful ideas.I quilled this and learnt (and enjoyed) some more  quilling. I don't own a single book on quilling, and I am thankful to talented people around the world who share their work and help other people learn the craft .
       Thanks for stopping by.
  

38 comments:

Hussena said...

oh wow suganhi this is simply stunning....and i totally get the fact that the simple paper strips when bended and coiled give such amazing results i am surprised everytime i see a new techinque or a new form of quilling and our blogland alone has some amazing quilling artist whose works inspire me day-in and day -out...and you have always been such an inspiration to me to me!!!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Stunning and Sugnathi you dont need a single book on quilling -- you yourself are an encyclopedia for quilling!

SmilingArts said...

Wow Suganthi, its just awesome...love your work...White is my fav too..
I agree with you that all because of great quillers all around the world we dont need any book..and I too have learnt a lot from them.

Nágela said...

Suganthi,
It is true there are several ways to roll the strips of paper, but it is the talent and creativity of people like you who create works of art like this work.
I loved it!
Hugs!

angelin said...

Wow!!!!!!!
fabulous . even with white you make wonders .

chillin with Quillin said...

oh wow this is really gorgeous, suprised with white on white, it works !!!
Paula

Syaz said...

It definitely works Suganthi (^__^)

Piyu said...

Wow..Suganthi...this is so gorgeous!!! Very Very beautiul!

Crafterkhush said...

Suganthi.. Good to see you again.. And this is absolutely stunning.. a white on white quilling project.. Not being a white person this is truly a treat to my eyes... AWESOME!!

Romina Nahata said...

awsome suganthi !!really the concept of quilling is awsome !!

ileana-carmen said...

Veri delicate project.

Pritesh Ananth Krishnan said...

Wow Suganthi, this is an awesome piece of work! I don't think you really NEED any book on quilling. Hands-on learning can't be beaten by any book reading :)

freesie said...

Wow. It's so beautiful!!!

SUSAN said...

gorgeous...great work, Suganthi

quilled paper paradise said...

So beautifully and precise and delicate. I think you really can do everything you imagine!

Szalonaisa said...

Gorgeous work.

k@rin said...

thats a wow. Very beautiful

Philippa said...

Beautiful ... white on white works spectacularly well!

Lekha justin said...

Simply beautiful Suganthi...quilling in white is so attractive..!!

LittleGems said...

wow....Wat a beautiful piece of work...Superb!!!!

Sathya said...

wow....Wat a beautiful piece of work...Superb!!!!

(Sorry earlier comment is also from me from Mom's id....)

niakriss said...

gorgeous piece of art!

Helen said...

OMG, Suganthi! this is absolutely stunning! I don't know how you did the legs. They looks so real!

Manasa said...

Wow..my jaw just dropped ! This is sooo fabulous...I love the tree..I love the deer..I love their antlers ! Couldnt have been better !!!!

Jyoti Agrawal said...

Stunning is the word. Very elegant.

http://jyoticraftwork.blogspot.in/

Anastasia (Annie) said...

Gret idea Suganthi. It looks very pretty. And for owning a quilling book, you are better off with out it. You can bring out your own creative talent. I never refer to a quilling book for ideas to quill.But I love admireing quillings of others.

aureliaeugenia said...

Work of art! It's a dream,don't wake me !
There is a poem about a very poor man who had a family to support and ,in a very hard snowing cold winter ,he had to kill a deer as they had nothing to eat. They cried while eating deer's meat and said:
"I eat,I cry, I eat !"
Everytime I see a deer I remember this poem and I'm so happy to look at your beautiful happy family deer.
hugs,aureliaeugenia

Priya Sivaraj said...

awesome quilling!!! and Suganthi u do not need a book for quilling..:) ur blog is a quilling book for us..to refer whenever we want ideas on quilling techniques.. :)..

GeethuSathiyaN said...

Very nice effort!!!I love the way the deers were made:) its fantastic!!

Soraya said...

You never fail to impress me! what a great project!

Nati said...

Wow!!!!Amazing!!!
Nati from Brazil
http://natiquill.blogspot.com

anandhirajan said...

Marvellous work suganthi.It is really surprising to note that you do not own a single book on quilling.I am also joining you to thank those who oluntarily share their work/tips for others to learn. May their tribe increase
anandhi

lavina agarwal said...

it is simply adorable dear!!
love it

http://lav-art-craft-food.blogspot.com.au/

Mihaela said...

Awesome work,great shapes! Looks so beautiful white on white!!!

viji said...

wow!
I dont find any other ward than telling Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!
i just wantto kiss your hands dear. Such a work.
Come on go doing. The sky is the limit for your imagination. Keep doing.
viji

Nidhi Jain said...

its fab, seems difficult :(
u did a great job.......

Ann Martin said...

This is absolutely beautiful! You've captured movement of the deer and the graphic tree is so unusual.

Resham said...

Beautiful! :) Love it!