10 Apr 2013

Warli again ...!


Its warli again ..this time its not quilled or drawn/painted but paper pieced on an envelop ! The red and cream handmade papers are up-cycled from a wedding invite.The gold and red thread too from same invite.


Cutting and gluing such tiny pieces was time consuming and tiring too, specially the hands and legs...have a look..


I decorated back side  too.


Do tell me if you like it ..

Linking it to :
Unstampabelles: Challenge # 22 Anything but card
Pin and Tack : Challenge # 8 Anything goes
INKY IMPRESSIONS : ICC #105 Paper piecing  
Bearly mine Challenges: # 81 Anything goes

29 comments:

  1. Nice innovative way to use warli art

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  2. very beautiful. I love all folk arts and you have done it so well that too piper -piecing, amazing !!
    Suman Pandit
    http://kalasirjana.blogspot.in/

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  3. Wow paper piecing would be very tiring...amazing work Pooja

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  4. OMG....you have amazing patience....lovely hanger. Thanks for sharing this with us at Unstampabelles for our Anything but a Card challenge this month.

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  5. Very creative and beautiful work.

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  6. Pooja, this is so interesting. I had to look up Warli and learnt something new as a result! This art is so old in the history of mankind! Your depiction is fantastic and is keeping it alive and fresh! Thanks for sharing this at Unstampabelles!

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  7. Oh wow. That is a lot of work. But it looks amazing! :)

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  8. hii pooja..you hv really shown ur patience n hardwork thru this pc of art. .lovely...

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  9. These are so tiny and so perfectly cut! The effect is stunning! Great job.

    Nupur, Thrilling Quilling

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  10. o wow ! fab work dear .
    made with perfection :)

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  11. Hey fab stuff Pooja - you're just rocking this Warli work... you should do murals too.. Awesome!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place
    Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

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  12. Awesome beautiful work pooja..

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  13. Warli pattern looks awesome Pooja..great way to recycle envelopes !!

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  14. Wow a lot of work...but looks great.Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions.
    Kerry

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  15. Such an adorable card and fabulous paper piecing. Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions.

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  16. I am always fascinated by Warli but never tried it. Love the color combination
    and Thank you so much for the kind words on my Foam Flower Cala Lily tutorial

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  17. A lovely card, thank you for joining us at Inky Impressions this week

    hugs Vicky xxx

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  18. Wow! I can't believe you paper pieced all that! It must have taken forever!! It's worth it though, it looks totally fabulous. Thanks for joining us at UnstampaBelles.

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  19. Such detailed work and it takes a lot to take on such a project! The finished work looks great!

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  20. Pretty lovely creation. I love this.

    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.in
    crazycrafter-craftsuppliesshop.blogspot.in

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  21. wow pooja so much attention paid to details and such lovely effect !!

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  22. what a fab card - Thanks so much for playing at Inky impressions xx

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  23. How did you cut the small figures so perfectly!! Really Iam impressed.

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  24. Brilliant idea! Hats off to you for all the cutting and gluing !!

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