Friday, December 9, 2011

Heart Stealer 3

Hello All,

This, in my opinion, has been one of the most exciting weeks in the Quilling World recently!!!! I have seen so many phenomenal things happening! And sure enough, it WAS a difficult decision this week - deciding my Heart Stealer Designs. While there was a lovely Christmas greeting designed by Anastasia, an awesome kolam by Suganthi, beautiful snowmen by Suzana, a wonderful fox by Leesandra, a very vintage beehived pendant by Philippa, lovely cards by ace quiller Inna, lovely orchids by Preethu, an absolutely mind-blowing Christmas explosion box by Natilde and a yummy quilled treat by Kate, I had to pick two winners who stole my heart this week! It's a week of winners who invented, winners who have contributed to Quilling by being the ones who show new paths! :)

The first winner (in chronological order) is Tri Puji Lestari with her triple-teardrop petal flowers (I don't know what she calls them but they look like 3 teardrops to me) :) The sheer simplicity of the petals and the striking effect they have, in the below image, should explain to you why they win! :) She tells me that it took 2 hours for her to make one flower (and me thinks, the effort shows!)

She was kind enough to post a photo-tutorial for it (explained underneath)

And the second winner this week HAS TO BE Susan, with her beehive technique (which has been driving me nuts ever since I lay my eyes on it!). Not only did she invent the method, she also came up with lovely jewellery using the same! :) I would like to mention that a similar technique was used by Nur in her butterfly project. Susan's is a continuous strip technique whereas Nur's is a double curl technique, using smaller strips of paper

Congratulations dear winners and please feel free to display the winner badge on your page(s) :)

Happy Quilling



Tri Puji's Lestari's photo tutorial

Susan's beehive technique tutorial


Philippa said...

Thanks for the mention, Pritesh!

SUSAN said...

Thank you so much for this award. It's mean to me and support me to do my best.
Thanks too to all my lovely quiller friends who have tried and improved the beehive technique. just hope you're enjoy it.
Don't stop to be creative and create something new to change quilling face.
I love you all.

Kisses ang hugs,

Sathya said...

Congratulations for the winners!!!

Pritesh Ananth Krishnan said...

Thank you all and congrats winners :)

nel said...

merci de ce partage