Monday, March 26, 2012

For the love of crafting DT call.

       I somehow missed Kavi's Design team call. Looks like there is still time. All you have to do to participate is to post three of your work and link back to the challenge blog here.

card
Doll
Home decor
      For those who would also like to participate , do so before March 31st.   

17 comments:

Hussena said...

All the best Suganthi for the DT call:)

Nati said...

Wow!!!very beatiful creations!!!

MetalFimo2 said...

molto bello quel centro tavolo oppure e' una decorazione da appendere ,comunque complimenti, ciao.

quilled paper paradise said...

I wish you luck! I'm "too young" blogger

megha said...

BEST OF LUCK DEAR

Mihaela said...

Great creations, love your quilling!!!

MANSI said...

WOW!!!All these are gorgeous!!!

aureliaeugenia said...

Lots of success,you are the best!
Love the yellow flower and the leaves !
hugs,aureliaeugenia

Szalonaisa said...

I have nominated you for an award and would love for you to pop over to collect :) Good luck Suganthi!

Anita Kumar said...

Hi Suganthi all work is so beautiful......

Nágela said...

Very beautiful!
I loved them all!
Good luck!

Dr Sonia S V said...

How did you manage to choose just these 3 as your favorites--- I have so many " best creations" on your blog!!! All the best Suganthi.

chillin with Quillin said...

Awesome creations!!!
Paula

anandhirajan said...

no doubt you will be selected .Advance congrats
anandhi

timepasshobbies said...

Good luck Suganthi! You so totally deserve a spot...on any team! :)

viji said...

The firstone looks like a kavidai dear.
So cute and lovely.
Who else than our Suganthi to win?
All the best
(sorry i am late entry here).
viji

D D said...

Beautiful!
I liked the first one.

Is there any specific name used for the yellow flower in that first image?

And I am curious to know how the petals are made?

Did you shape all the 3 quilled units together or did you shape those quilled units separately and then glued them to make a petal?

If you have shaped them separately, then how the quilled units at sides of the petal are shaped?