Monday, December 6, 2010

A SILVER ANNIVERSARY CARD AND A QUILLED FRAME










This is a silver anniversary card made for the husband. (when will the wife get such a card from her hubby!!)LOL . The hubby was fond of blue so the wife got it made in blue. Lots of punch craft flowers and there is no message inside as she personally wanted to write something. This card also has a box so that the flowers do not get crushed. The lady loved the card and I hope her husband has TOO!! Still has not got any feed back as she is celebrating in singapore! This card goes for Pixie Dust Studio Challenge#51-Lets get Married.

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This is another quilled photo frame. I have used another way to quill these flowers. The method is called husking and its really fun to make it.

13 comments:

  1. This is just gorgeous!!loved it.

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  2. wow... loved you new style of quilling - husking.. its awesome..

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  3. Just gorgeous work Anita! :) Love the blooms!

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  4. super cool... beautiful work indeed

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  5. beautiful works,both of them:))

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  6. LOVE THE CARD?? i mean did u see it carefully its awesum...im sure shes gonna get so happy that she will get crafty stuff for u from singapore;-) LOL i really wish that shd happen...by on a very serious note its fabulous dont have words to explain...ur the best

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  7. the anniversary card is to die for!the flowers are soo gorgeous and lovely distressing..the quilled frame is stunning..u surely are the best

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  8. BEAUTIFUL!.. soo love your punch craft! :D
    The frams is soo fab too! :)

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  9. Out of words..!! Adorable it is. :)

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  10. flower work at one corner enhance the beauty of card.
    plastic discount card
    PVC cards

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  11. Hi Anita,

    i need this Silver anniversary card for Birthday..
    can you prepare that?
    and what is the cost for that and time required to prepare the card?

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