Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Quilled Photo Frames

I have recently started making photo frames, though my first love remains card making. Making photo frames requires a lot of time and patience but the end result makes it worth all the effort.
Here are a few quilled photo frames that I made last week. All the frames measure approximately 8 x 6.5 inches.The size of the photo is 5x3.5 inches. The frames have an opening at the top for inserting the picture. I have decorated the frames with the blend of quilled flowers and leaves, punches butterflies and leaves and some metallic roses.
Happy Crafting!!

8 comments:

  1. Again...a wonderful creation!Hey the flowers you have made are done with so neatness,amazing...work.

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  2. These are fabulous! I love the little butterflies...:) Pretty!

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  3. Hi Juhi... awesome photo frames.. love to see your creations.. you've been a inspiration to me.. I have created a blog for my creations as well.. please do visit the same.. your comments, suggestions and feeback will be encouraging..

    http://anu-craftsandcreations.blogspot.com/

    Also i want to know how do you make these photo frame.. why dont you post a tutorial for the same..

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  4. how delicate... very pretty...

    Cheers,
    Shalini
    http://craftcurry.blogspot.com/

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  5. I love the patterned paper you've used for the frame...it's so elegant! Lovely frames Juhi.

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  6. Your photo frames are just awesome! You are really rocking with creativity!

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  7. Hi Juhi. Nice to see a fellow crafter from Bangalore. I am an ENT Surgeon who crafts to relax.Do hop over to my blog
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  8. from sonell malik, haryana, hisar
    didi i am a class 8 girl and am a regular visiter of your blog for making cards for my parents which i am most interested in..
    to carry on with this of my hobby i want to come in personal contact with you................
    if you are acceptable to my request, do mail me on-
    [email protected]
    awaiting with lots of hope

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I'd love to hear your comments about my cards