8 Jan 2014

Little Girl (3D Quilling)


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 Hello Friends !! I am sharing something which I have missed for long.I was feeling guilty that I didn't quill for months(Which being the main reason for starting this blog). Here I am sharing first post of the year Quilled girl !
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I got my first quilling tool few months back from Itsy Bitsy but didn't even open the packing.Finally got it out.I was so used to quill with fingers that using this tool seemed difficult to me.sometimes the coil would be too tight that it wouldn't come out n sometimes it would be too loose to hold any shape ! Will need some more practicing .
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This little girl is 7cm tall.I made some mistakes but did manage to cover them up(did you spot one ??). I wanted her to have something in her hand but any thing I did looked bigger (not proportionate) so dropped the idea !

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  Coils quilled with slotted tool have a small hole in center which is OK for other parts but looks bad on face  what do you think ??

Linking it to :
Shopping our Stash : SOS #133 Use some thing new (new quilling tool)
Challenges 4 Everybody :# 37 Anything goes
613 Avenue Create : # 53 Anything goes
Come and Get it Challenge : Something New (new quilling tool)
Unstampabelles Challenges :# 31 New Beginings

45 comments:

  1. Pooja!!! This quilled doll is so lovely dear!! You are fantastic at quilling! I am sure you will soon find out tricks to get rid of that hole on her face too..but I find her so pretty! I love everything and especially her hair! I could die for such curls!!!

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  2. Pooja, this is amazing!!! Pretty quilling and stunning :) I'm sure it would've taken a lot of time!!

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  3. Fabulous Pooja, I love her hair & flip flops.

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  4. wow pooja this is soo cute n adorable...liked d curly hairs most...everything is looking perfect.

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  5. WOW!!! I have never seen a quilled figure before! She is gorgeous! Great work and thanks for playing along with the "something new" challenge at Shopping Our Stash this week!

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  6. This is the first quilling project other than a flower that I've seen. I think it's great. I love how detailed it looks. Nice job. Thank you for joining us at Come And Get It Challenges. Bunny-DT

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  7. Wonderful! Fantastic Detail! Thank you for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create. Amy A.,DT

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  8. Now this is awesome looking! I love how you made this!! Have a great week:)

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  9. Seriously Pooja!! is there's anything left that you don't do??? What I like the most is that whatever u pick you do it with perfection. I love this quilled girl and her hair, I wish I had hair like her :D

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  10. Little girl is gorgeous. Love her shoes!

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  11. I am speechless! that is super cool! Oh my! I cannot see any mistakes, just a sweet adorable doll baby! good job!

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  12. OMG! You keep getting better n better girl. The cute little girl looks so pretty, No, I want it :P Kiddin. The doll looks so pretty, and any girl would love to have it as a gift

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  13. Fantastic 3D Quilling Pooja. I did not notice any mistakes, even that hole on the face you are talking about seems like one of her eyes , the other one being hidden behind her curls :) I'm guessing you arranged that coil like that on purpose :)

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  14. Awww...she's soooooo sweet! Awesome job!

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  15. Its cute Pooja....love her sandals nd hair...so beautiful...

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  16. Wowwww Pooja !such a cutie girl love the footwear.. :)

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  17. Fantastic work Pooja! It's so nice to see you doing 3d quilling again :) Your quilled doll is super pretty and I honestly can"t spot any mistake here :)
    I am sure you will get the hang of the quilling tool soon and once you have used it you will find using your original method difficult to follow !!

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  18. Superb quilling here pooja. Just loved her curls and flip flops! Very cool and in vogue.

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  19. I so would NOT have the patience for doing something like this...she is just FABULOUS! You are so very, very clever - & well done you, going back to something you haven't done for a while, too:):)

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  20. Glad to see you getting back to quilling, Pooja! I like how you made the little girl's hair and her flip-flops! Just adorable!

    Hugs!
    Manu

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  21. so so so cute and adorable, love her hair and slippers

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  22. pooja - it didn't seems to be a first try, well done and the little is so beautiful , so catchy are her shoes.

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  23. holy *WOW*! what an AMAZING project, i cannot imagine how you've done this, but it's wonderful! thanks for sharing this verrrrry cool project with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH this week! :)

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  24. I think that she is adorable! Now she needs a little friend!

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  25. Wow creation! I love it and I congrate you for this!!!!
    hugs
    Happy New Year!!!!

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  26. She is marvelous and you definitely have a talent for quilling!
    Sandy

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  27. Oh my god..This is so cute! You are so awesome at quiilling.The hole on the face is a nose ,simple.Just draw some eyes and a cute smile.I can't spot any mistakes and I love her hair.so clever.

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  28. Little girl is so cute..love her hair..

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  29. Oh my word, OH my word, OHHHH my word...she's INCREDIBLE!! The most adorable little girl and that beautiful dark curly hair of hers. I'm beyond impressed, you're amazing.

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  30. How fabulous is this! I think you should enter it at Unstampabelles! She is incredible and fits the criteria.

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  31. Oh so cute... !! The curls, her sandals are so lovely!! Beautiful project Pooja!!

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  32. She is just beautiful. You are so clever and very patient to put her all together.

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  33. Awww!! She is sooo cute!! Love her hair and sandals!! You are brilliant at quilling Pooja! :)

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  34. Love this Pooja!! The dolls you sent took a tiny place on my craft place.. Love them.. :)

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  35. so cute Pooja !! love her hair and the slippers !!

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  36. This is simply AMAZING! I have never seen this kind of quilling before. I used to quill when I was a child. You make me want to give it a try again! Congrats on your win this week at 613 Avenue Create. You deserve it!

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  37. Pooja, thanks for entering this with us at Unstampabelles -as I said before,this is truly amazing and such a great demonstration of quilling technique.

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  38. Congrats on winning 613avenue create challenge dear :)

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  39. This is amazing Pooja, a really great idea, beautifully executed. Thank you for taking part in Unstampabelles 'New Beginnings' challenge for January.

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  40. Congrats on you 613 Avenue win..I think this has been said above in 40 different ways, but I really think the girl is incredibly pretty and cute. Hair and shoes <3 <3 <3

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  41. I like the doll , her attitude and above all her shoes.

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  42. This is amazing. Thank you for joining the challenge at UnstamaBelles

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  43. Mistake? This doll is great! I love especially her curly hair, her flipflops and the little flower on her hat. It is lovely!

    Mariangela ;-)

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  44. that's great handmade, I love it....I'm from Indonesia n now I learn how to do quiling...cute little girl

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