24.6.11

Quilled Sunflower Girl

Quilled Girl and Handmade flowers
I quilled this sunny girl on a broken down clock which I altered to act as the background and frame.
Quilled creation in Clock Frame
I removed the clockwork mechanism and stuck corrugated paper for the background
Quilling Background
Here is the close up of the quilled little sunflower girl and the flowering plant near her.
Quilled Girl
 I am fairly a novice at quilling and this is the first quilling girl I have done. What do you say?
Quilled Girl
This is a close up of the dress I quilled for her. The shiny pink flowers are from Snehal who was my ICR flower swap partner.Thank You Snehal
Quilling Craft
The flowers are my favorite circle punch flowers.Here is the tutorial to make the circle punch flowers. The leaves are punched leaves which I embossed to give veins.
circle flowers
The flower pot cut out from shiny corrugated paper is my little ones contribution.
Circle Flowers 
I hope you guys liked this quilled framed work. Do leave your comments.
Edited This  quilled Sunflower girl came first at the Delightful challenge

108 comments:

  1. Very bright n cheerful:)

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  2. this is super cute....

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  3. Очень интересно. В целом красивая картина. Особенно понравилось дерево и цветы. Интересно сделаны желтые детальки платья.

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  4. aaawww........so cute...there is some different kind of quilling...right? pls tell me how to do that?

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  5. wow,
    just awesome,
    i also want the tutorial for this new type of quilling

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  6. Neha which part do you want to know more about?

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  7. WOOOOOW! FABULOUS!!!

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  8. so beautful and very creative...super like!!

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  9. so beautiful.so beautiful...I love the way u made the quilled girl and all the arrangements...cute....!!!

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  10. awesome work... loved the detailing on leaves.. and nicely altered work

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  11. What a bright, beautiful picture - such a lot of work!

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  12. wow superb.so cute. sonia i have pass award to u please accept.

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  13. abt teabag card i have teabag folding papers available in any craft store or u can get it from net also there r site from where v can download that papers and print.have a nice day

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  14. Wow wow wow! So gorgeous. I love all the texture!

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  15. What a beautiful picture:) I have done a little quilling my self, but haven't done any for months now. I'm definitely in the mood to quill!
    ~Kim

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  16. Cheers to to you Sonia .!!you have done a fabulous job .is that character fefe flower tot ..its my daughters favorite too !!!.
    the tiny punched flowers are awesome .
    lovely frame work.keep crafting .

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  17. Wow... this little girl is sooo cute. I love the colors you have uesd.

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  18. lovely work. so bright and cheerful!

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  19. WOW...this is amazing work. Love it a lot! Beautiful...

    Arlene.
    http://waterdots.blogspot.com/

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  20. Adorable! I have never tried quilling, but I love the results. Your little sunflower girl looks amazing.

    Kelly
    http://kellyscraftylife.blogspot.com

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  21. so cute... it cherish mood by her smile... little pink flowers r sweet amd cute
    grt work

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  22. This cannot be your first time quilling! Super stuff Doc! :)

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  23. What a cute project! Smart use of broken clock =) Love both - the girl and the plant =) The embossed leaves look very realistic!

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  24. Absolutley beautiful! You would never know you have not done this before! Thank you for your kind words! What a beautiful name you gave your daughter!! Hugs! Dina

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  25. wow beautiful quilling.. love this.. i always wonder how you manage your time with your profession and kid.. Hats off to you..

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  26. Beautiful quilling. And I love the flowers.

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  27. WOW! It is so lovely!I like all the details.

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  28. this is so beautiful,lovely quilling and your flower arrangement is superb,i just loved your frame.

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  29. Oh Sonia, I keep staring at the pictures in amazement. I so love quilling creations, but am a bit hesitant to try one myself. LOL. You have done superb! I love how you incorporated your circle punch flowers and that your little one contributed, too.
    :O)
    Jessica

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  30. when ever I come to your blog I am left speechless....sometimes I just keep looking at ur posts and older posts that i eveb forget to comment. This is just gorgeous...great imagination and my god! how do u find time to do all this with a kid and u r a surgeon too. U inspire me to do more in my life. Thanks. I am falling in love with quilling now...want to learn too...i think i should start learning by checking ur older posts....u r a wonderful crafter

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  31. OMGoodness Sonia, you did such a FABULOUS job. Awesome. I am loving it. TFS! ~Shen

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  32. This is a pretty home decor piece! So fun to repurpose things that we might normally have thrown away. Thanks for visiting my blog!
    Tracy
    www.scrappininthewoods.blogspot.com

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  33. how did u quill dat skirt doc ?? super stuff !!

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  34. What a lovely piece! Love that clock frame.

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  35. Its adorable.. ! If this is ur first time with quilling a girl then its just brilliant.. ! I want to try quilling myself...but I think I'll take time to give it a start..!

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  36. A most beautiful selection of pictures. I particularly like the pretty pink flowers. It's a lovely idea especially for personalising birthday cards and making them into something very special. :)

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  37. wow doc this is fantastic!

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  38. what a beautiful creation and a wonderful doll fun!
    Greetings Baukje

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  39. WOW, this is so awesome! You are so amazing and incredibly talented! Every time I visit you have a different, unique project that just blows me away! I LOVE this!!

    Lisa
    http://indymermaid.blogspot.com

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  40. What a clever idea - to recycle a broken down clock! Your quilling is really nice. great frame!

    xxx Monica

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  41. Absolutely beautiful thanks for sharing!!!

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  42. that is so adorable. It doesn't look like the work of a novice quiller to me. It's great

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  43. Very beautiful!! I love the bright pink flowers!! Your quill work girl is pretty good for your first time making it. Your style is very unique but I love it!! Thanks for sharing your creative talent with us!! Love it!! God bless you!!
    Amanda

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  44. Gorgeous work....fantastic quilling and you have given a personal touch to even the punched ones.Please share how you have quilled those yellow petals.The ones at the bottom of the girl's skirt.
    I love the way you have upcycled the wall clock.
    Well done

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  45. This is wonderful- just so beautiful! The little flowers and the pearls and all of the details make this look great! :)Amy
    amyscraftingspace.blogspot.com

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  46. wow this is lovely! loved those bright color's..! i adore it! such a preety quilling punch works

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  47. Beautiful work!First time on your blog,will keep visiting, you have a wonderful blog.You are inspiring me to do more craft work.How do you find time to do this being a surgeon?

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  48. This is so cool! I love that you used a clock that wasn't working. Very beautiful! Melanie

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  49. i want to know about yellow quillled part of the dress

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  50. Neha the yellow quilling on the dress is an eccentric center coil folded on itself.

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  51. WoW!!! Super Dr. Sonia. Loved the way yu have done this...

    Thanks for visiing my blog...

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  52. Outstanding!!!
    Love the detail and love, love the flowers on the vine!
    Bunny

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  53. Oh, you have made quite a creation!
    Great job quilling and your little one's flower pot is just super. She is going to be quite the crafter, I'm sure. Your flowers and leaves are really gorgeous.

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  54. What a cute flower girl! Hugs, antonella :-)

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  55. Just beautiful...I love all the detail!

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  56. Another gorgeous project! You did a wonderful job on this! I would have never known this was your first quilling girl! You did an amazing job on her! It is a truly stunning project and I love that you recycled the clock for it! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us!

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  57. Sonia this is just Gorgeous!!
    I have always wanted to tacjle this art form! Thank you for the inspiration!

    Have a great week!
    And thank you for sharing!

    Mary

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  58. wow this is breath taking....hugs

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  59. Beautiful. I just love your projects. They are always so perfect. I wish I could work along side you and learn some things.
    Lori

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  60. Sooo beautiful... That too from a broken down clock... Lovely.... The sunflower girl looks pretty and cute.. Love the circle flowers as well... Very cheerful and lovely work...!!

    Thanks a lot for encouraging me with your comments !!

    Have a great week ahead !!

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  61. I love quilling! Nice work.I do pop up cards though not on regular basis. I really like your blog and have bookmarked.

    I am your new follower.

    Would love to have you follow back my blog on Sewing & Pattern Making and my Online Kids & Womens Wear Shop @ AdithisAmma Sews

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  62. this card is soo beautiful....... love it........thanx for visiting my blog.......

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  63. hi Dr. Sonia, came hopping to your blog and got hooked , you are amazing talent ...and I am so amazed at the fact that you manage so many things so beautifully, and before I forget the reason of my comment, this artwork is just awesone! :)

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  64. Really? This is your first time quilling? This is amazing!!! I love this. It is so pretty. I want to try quilling but it looks hard. You made this look easy and I don't think it really is. Fabulous!!
    ~Madison funkycards.blogspot.com

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  65. Thank You ladies for all the encouraging comments.
    Madison it is not my first time quilling but the first time I quilled a doll figure!

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  66. I so need to learn how to do this!! Great job! Thanks for joining us at Amber's Crafts and Stuff

    Crafty Hugs
    Juelmarie DT

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  67. Sonia, you are awesome. You are so gifted:) This is a skill I am in awe at. Your creations always tell a story, love,love everything you do. And thank you for all your sweet comments you leave me. Hugs, Pam at http://craftycards4u2.blogspot.com/

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  68. Here I am again - thanks for joining us at Delightful Challenges

    Good luck

    Crafty Hugs
    Juelmarie DT

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  69. I always love stopping by here to visit! You make the most gorgeous quilled cards- I love the flowers made from circles- and thank you for the tutorial!

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  70. Oh wow what a fabuluos card, love all your work. Thanks for joining us at Bearlymine, good luck with the challenge. hugs Shirleyxxx

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  71. wow!! This is really sooooo lovely!! I'm sure your little one enjoys her crafty mommy! :D :D

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  72. Oh wow this is just amazing! I just love it!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Delightful Challenges this week, good luck!
    Hugs Shell xx

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  73. This is INCREDIBLE! I have wanted to try quilling for the past few months, and this project definitely inspired me. Just amazing. Pinning and tweeting it right now- thank you!!
    C:)

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  74. oh I've never tried quilling.. Looks nice.. and pretty.. Something I should try for sure!

    Am totally loving your blog.. :-)

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  75. How beautiful filigree or quiling box, you have been well cute, you know you are giving a friend a free course foami flowers in the tutorial is only in Spanish but take photos if you want to learn, Greetings

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  76. Dr. Sonia,

    This is a wonderful card/picture. I love quilling too! Your sunflower girl and the tree with all the flowers are fantastic. So artistic! Nancy

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  77. Simply beautiful!!!Very pretty frame.Especially I like the way u made the skirt.

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  78. this is awesome...... I really love it...love it.... :)

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  79. salam Dr. Sonia..

    lovely women..awesome creation..
    thank you for visiting my blog. hoppefully we can share much more in the future

    Dini
    www.capungmungil.blogspot.com

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  80. so cute .. i love the tree :)

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  81. hi!
    very nice and your site is good.i love is

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  82. hi!
    very nice and your site is good. i love is :)

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  83. Very beautiful work! Like the sunflower girl :) Nice design and very creative!

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  84. Fabulous frame Sonia. I saw this on MIM..Faye

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  85. Wow I dont have the patients for this. I saw you on MIM. Sure glad I did as it's awesome work. My card is 51 if you care to stop by. Im impressed with your first try.

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  86. I saw your beautiful creation on Make It Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. Gorgeous! TFS!
    My entries are: #13 and #53.
    I would love to have you visit my blog!
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  87. This is wonderful Sonia. Saw it on MIM Deb

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  88. Beautiful work! I saw your project on MIM and had to drop by for a closer look.

    Stop by my blog to check out my {Belated} Birthday Blog Candy!

    --Cheryl--

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  89. I spotted your wonderful recycle project on MIM. I think this is so lovely and colorful, love the little scene you've created with the girl and the tree. Well done!

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  90. You never disappoint, Sonia! Super cute and fun creations. Btw, I found you on MIM - My entries are 109, 112, 166 & 168 if you'd like to check 'em out.

    I also invite you to join Spark Your Creativity's Anything Goes Challenge here: http://pinandtack.blogspot.com/2012/09/spark-your-creativity-now-challenge-1.html

    Lots of joy,
    Corrinne

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  91. GULP!! Seriously, did you just call yourself a novice??? LOL...Sonia, I can't even wait to see what you produce when you classify yourself as a pro. This is unbelievably detailed and the fact that you altered a clock....just sensational. I love the corrugated sky and land background too. Terrific detail on everything!! :) You are just too crafty...it's amazing.
    Hugs to you and thank you so much for always sharing your talent with us at Make It Monday.
    Lisa xx

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  92. OMGoodness, this is crazy-cool. I saw it on MIM and had to come over for a closer look. At first glance I thought, "This looks like something Dr. Sonia would do." LOL Yup.
    Blessing hugs,
    Teresa

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  93. Okay, it's been decided. I can't stop staring at your altered clock. I will be showcasing this project as my pick of the week when the new linky party opens up at Make It Monday! Congratulations Sonia. Your work is sensational. :)
    hugs,
    Lisa xx

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  94. This is so playful and perfect for a child's room! You're very creative Sonia!

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  95. i have seen your blog..its very nice...in almost all designs i have seen paper which is used to make rounds...might be called as quilled...could you please tell me what is that papaer..even i want to try that...

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    1. Anupama thank you so much. I used to hand cut paper for quilling earlier and used different types of paper from chart paper to anything I can recycle!Nowadays paper strips specially for quilling an be bought from shops.Check out this link
      Craft Supply Stores

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  96. Very nice and i liked your blog..in almost few pictures i have seen paper which is being quilled..could you please tell me what is that paper and how to do that...i want to try it.

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    1. I quill with regular paper,chart paper , magazine paper and even quilling strips Anupama.Google quilling tutorials and you will be led to numerous sites with basic quilling tutorials.

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