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Punchcraft and Quilling Flowers

Punchcraft and Quilling Flowers
Punchcraft and Quilling
I love quilling but dont get as much time for it as I would like!The only way I can make a quilling creation is by quilling bits and pieces over sometimes months and when I have accumulated enough I throw in what all I have to make my quilling project !
And since I often dont conceptualize a quilled project while I quill I have all sorts of quilled shapes such as eccentric coils, tight coils,bell flowers and my favorite looped quilling in this Quilled project.
Quilled flowers
And as always sharing a recycling tip: Keep an eye out for beautiful borders in magazines - you can cut them out and preserve to use in crafting.I used some pretty magazine borders to make these fringed flowers.
Fringed flowers
A 6 petal flower punch was used to make these punchcraft roses.

Punchcraft roses
The pink rolled roses are made from circles of felt cut in a spiral and rolled.In punch craft, roses are my favorite paper flowers I used this Paper Rose tutorial to make this yellow punchcraft flower.

Punchcraft flowers
Here is the side view to show the dimensional nature of the Paper flower vase.I got some gorgeous shiny 3 D reflective paper [from blogger pal Jovi's shop] and used it to make this 3 dimensional Paper flower vase.
Paper Flower Vase
I designed the " Home Sweet Home " in Microsoft office. Since this is a New Year/ New House gift I plan to frame it.I haven't yet decided whether I should keep the "Home Sweet Home" within the blue or frame it as an outer border for the quilling work.
Quilled Flowers
Edited: This project won Top 3 at Incy Wincy and was featured on Unstampabelles and also won the Design team favorite once again at Unstampabelles
If you are a beginner to punchcraft here are links to some Easy Punchcraft flower tutorials
If you want to try some Advanced Punchcraft flowers here are some tutorials

156 comments:

  1. Wow, this is so lovely...anyway you frame it will make outstanding wall decor!

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  2. Hi Sonia, wonderful it is ..mixed media quilled frame ..punched roses are very cute . By the way where do you buy felt in Bangalore ? I have seen some at Staples but very limited colours :( from long time I am looking for red and white felt sheets ..

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  3. Doc this is absolutely wonderful.. Love the 3-D vase and all d quilling and punch craft u have done.. Great job..

    Hugs,
    Khush

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  4. Wow! Beautiful creation! Such lovely flowers and so many different gorgeous styles. The vase is lovely too! I love your quilling work!
    Glenda

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  5. Sonia, you are such a sweetheart! I hope you also have a crafty and blessed 2012!!! I saw "quilling" in your post title and JUST HAD to stop by to see what you made this time. It is beyond extraordinary and my niece (who loves all things crafty and artsy) thinks it is amazing, too.
    :O)
    Jessica

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  6. Wow! Sonia, this is absolutely gorgeous - it is an exquisite piece, I love everything about it! One of the first things I've saw after returning home from work - I like your recycled components - what a good idea, thank you, I think your blog is a real gem!

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  7. Sooo beatiful flouwers!Happy new year!

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  8. Hello Dr. Sonia. WOW. What a stunning and very creative work of art. Gorgeous flowers, so much colour and fabulous detail. I just love to see what you come up with next. This is absolutely stunning. Happy crafting.
    Love Sandra xxx

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  9. This is STUNNING Sonia.. I Love the wonderful colours you have used..Loz

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  10. Oh My Goodness! Sonia. This is absolutely stunning work! I used to do quilling when I first started crafting, but never did anything as amazing as your fabulous creation!! And all from recyled paper, too:)

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  11. Thank You so much dear friends
    Geeta I bought felt from Mantri Mall Spar, Bangalore a few months back- saw it twice there but last time I went it was unavailable. It is available in all sorts of colors in Itsy Bitsy Bangalore but it is very expensive in Itsy bitsy

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  12. Wow..this is simply beautiful...Happy New Year to you to Sonia

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  13. Very pretty colorful creation! Love the butterfly!
    Have a creative 2012!!!

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  14. its gorgeous and refreshing and simply fabulous ... :)

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  15. Happy New year Sonia!!!
    Such a stunning project.. so cheerful and b'ful.. every element is blending with each other so well!

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  16. This is a gorgeous work of art. Beautifully arranged.

    Happy New Year
    Kasey ~ in Oz

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  17. очень красиво!!!
    С Новым Годом!Удачи и радости вашей семье!!!!

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  18. OMG! This is absolutely GORGEOUS! Loving the different flowers, so much detail and I know hard work and perhaps sweat went into making this work of art! SO so pretty! I just love it!

    Happy New Year:0)

    Hugs;
    Janette

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  19. Gorgeous!!!!
    i love those eccentric coil butterfly and buds ,superb quilling

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  20. This is beautiful. You have worked hard on this! It must have taken a long time...quilling and making all those items.

    Be Blessed, Beckie

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  21. Oh wow.....this is so beautiful....so many wonderful flowers and love that vase you have made.

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  22. Bee-utiful floral arrangement creation. I recycled an item today in my creation today.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

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  23. OH wow, such gorgeous flowers and colors are so cheerful, love the vase, very elegants, also love the background and border, just love it!!!!
    Paula

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  24. Beautiful quilling! love the different types of media you have used to make each type of flower. The lace is gorgeous too.
    Sandy

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  25. OOOHHH Sonia this is terrific!!!!
    Love quilling projects and one of these days I will actually put one together. I really do have a couple of coils on my desk. lol
    Myrna

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  26. lovely your creation!
    Happy 2012!
    Nati from Brazil
    http://natiquill.blogspot.com

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  27. That is absolutely beautiful and a pleasure to look at. It's like a spring garden.

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  28. Happy New Year Dr. Sonia!

    I just love this creation. I too like quilling and harldy get any time for it. I can just see this flower arrangement with real flowers. It is very well composed! Lovely array of flowers and so much variety. Truly amazing! NancyD

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  29. This is a stunningly beautiful work of art! Wow! Every little flower detail is amazing! You are one talented quiller :)Amy

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  30. Wow! What a spectacular piece of art! Love the varieties and textures of the blooms. Really eye-catching!

    Wishing you a fabulous 2012!:)

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  31. Wow, that is so cool. I love it.

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  32. Absolutely stunning! What a great way to use all these flowers!!

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  33. WOW! What a detailed project. You rock! Place the home sweet home just beneath the vase, below the lace.

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  34. Such a fabulous project doc....love all types of flowers especially bell flowers....n arrangement of all these r very nice.......iam also very much inspired to quill by seeing this n in other blogs.....but i don't know yet....will try this weekend...is this easy?????.....anywayzz Wish U a happy new year to u n ur family...

    Prasanthi
    http://creativecrafts-arts.blogspot.com/

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  35. Oh Sonia, This is gorgeous; it certainly brightened my day!

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  36. You certainly have a knack with quilling and punch craft flowers. Your creation is absolutely gorgeous--truly a work of art! Thank you for sharing, and thanks for visiting my blog. Much appreciated--Pat N.

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  37. its a complete wowie project... superb quilling... and the whole look is gorgeous.... grt to see that you are having fun with the papers....

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  38. This is amazing! Nice work!
    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  39. Keeping the words in the frame will preserve them..Love the small petals..

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  40. wow this is so beautiful...your quilling has come out so well and i love your punchcraft flowers so so beautiful!!
    wishing you a very happy new year!!

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  41. Lovely quilled project Doctor. I wish you would tell us how you made the flower vase. Really with the paper you have used, it looks awesome.

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  42. Wish you and your family a Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year.

    Thanks for the encouraging comments on the "Robot Costume" post

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  43. This is very olourful and gorgeous.What a way to start a year

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  44. Wow this is amazing, so much work, I can understand you did it over the months. The result is amazing, I adore it and I would put the words in the blue frame, would be very nice.
    Greetings from the Netherlands
    Caroline

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  45. Nice work Sonia! Its actually a collection of all types of quilling work. :)
    Me too suffering from quilling fever these days. Beautiful fringe flowers.
    U can keep the "Home Sweet Home" within the blue frame I think.

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  46. oh wow i love all the bright colours and different types of flowers
    Beautiful project
    Lisa x

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  47. wow! what a blooming & colourful project. The 3-d vase is simply superb. Wish you & your family a very happy new year 2012.

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  48. Oh what a lovely creation, Thanx for joining us at Incy Wincy Designs. And good luck.

    Caz Incy Wincy DT

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  49. Oh, I am so glad you have entered this at Unstampabelles. This is just the type of thing we love to see. :-)

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  50. Love the variety of the flowers. Looks fantastic!

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  51. HAPPY NEW YEAR !its such a fab poject !!loved all the flowes !!

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  52. oh my goodness...my eyes almost popped out of my head when I pulled your page up this morning. Absolutely gorgeous. I love how you made the vase so dimensional. It is an amazing creation to hold these paper beauties you grew. What a gorgeous bouquet to brighten up my freezing cold morning.

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  53. Piękne.Śliczne.Urocze :)

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  54. Кругом зима и лежит снег, а здесь такой прекрасный летний букет.

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  55. What a fantastic and creative explosion of colour!! Really brightened up my day, thank you!

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  56. Prasanthi you will definitely be able to quill. The best place to learn is Suganthi's blog :http://papercraftss.blogspot.com/
    She has wonderful well explained tutorial and she is my quilling guru and inspiration!

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  57. Very nice Quiiling Dr. Love the 3d vase. Do post a tutorial on this 3d vase. It is fabulous.

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  58. My goodness, what a beautiful group of quilled flowers. Each one is beautifully done and a great job on the vase.

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  59. thank you doc....I'll definetely do that n posted my work very soon...iam sooo inspired by u doc in all things like in doing innovative crafts,posting comments and keep in touch with everyone...etc....you rockzzzz..

    Prasanthi
    http://creativecrafts-arts.blogspot.com/

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  60. WOW - this is absolutely amazing!! Stunning infact!

    Thank you for sharing such a great tip too!!

    Thank you for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday! Hope to see you again!

    Hugs
    Leanne xx

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  61. This is so amazing very different vase..and love the arrangement..

    hugs
    khusboo

    http://wwwpile-of-craft-khusboo.blogspot.com/

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  62. Happy New Year to you as well!!

    This is a work of art. Those flowers are absolutely stunning!! Just incredible and that vase is so very perfect.

    Amazing, amazing work!!

    Laurie
    serenityscrappers

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  63. WOW! Sonia, this is magnificent honey! So beautifully done and that butterfly is the perfect finishing touch!

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  64. Happy New Year I love Quilling but your frame is very excellent I also try when I become free ...........
    creativeartncraft.blogspot.com

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  65. Wow! Such a beautiful collection of flowers - Happy New Year!!
    Hugs,
    Antonella :-)

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  66. Beautiful creation dear...wish you a very happy new year!

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  67. Beautiful!
    I loved the flowers and the colors!

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  68. Sonia, this is an amazing creation. I have tried a little quilling and know this must have used many hours to create. Well done. Anyone would love a beautiful piece of artwork on their wall.
    I often drop by your site for inspiration. Your ideas are limitless.

    :) Happy crafting
    Michelle
    ultimate-whirligig.blogspot.com

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  69. So beautiful! Thank you so much for leaving a lovely comment!
    Svetlana xx

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  70. This is a fantastic project and the colours are stunning. Thank you for entering our Challenge this month at Unstampabelles!

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  71. this is stunning!
    I love quilling and can appreciate just how long it would have taken to get all those pieces together.
    Thanks for joining in UnstampaBelles challenge this month.

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  72. Oh my, this is stunning!!! I could stare at it all day!! What a fabulous creation Sonia!! Absolutely gorgeous!! I hope you have a very safe, happy and prosperous New Year!!

    Lisa :)
    indymermaid.blogspot.com

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  73. GOODness me! I nearly had a Gobsmack attack! THIS IS flipping AWESOME!
    I am totally Stunned! fabulous and brilliant tip too! thank so much for sharing, and for joining in with us at Top Tip Tuesday Challenge this time, Hope you can come play again soon, hugs Samantha :0)
    Happy New Year

    Don't forget the challenges are Now fortnightly and you can enter 3 times each Challenge too! :0)

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  74. OH WOW, so much time and effort has gone into this card, your work is truly amazing, i will become a follower as i am sure to be amazed each time i visit, Fantastic card
    love Kenzi xx

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  75. Anonymous5/1/12

    You guys did a great job spending your time to create this article! If I had to explain my emotions about your website in only one word ? it would be WOW! Thank you! P.S. Subscribed for updates!

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  76. Amazing creation Dr. Sonia .
    Love each flower and leaf.Love the bright colour combinations and that vase is awesome /
    hugs Shirley-Anne

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  77. wow... awesome and mindblowing one sonia! Great efforts....

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  78. what a beautiful quilled frame and so nice combination, Sonia...

    regards,
    Susan

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  79. Absolutely beautiful I love love the quilling, but your flowers are just beautiful.
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  80. What an amazing project! Thanks for playing with us at UnstampaBelles.

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  81. Fantabulous creation Dr. Sonia....
    I like the pearls and small details you've added to your quilled flowers.
    its just gorgeous :)

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  82. Hi.. Happy New YEar:) This is awesome :)

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  83. Thank You so much dear friends.. I am overwhelmed by the response to this project!!

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  84. Happy New Year!!! Wow I am amaze with your quilling creation!!! Love the wonderful details and sure it took a great effort to complete this. Keep your beautiful work coming :o)
    Hugs,
    Cabio

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  85. wow, these Card is so amazing......love all the selfmade flowers. It looks like summer - this is an really eyecatcher. Hope spring comes soon.

    Hugs, Heike

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  86. Hi Sonia, just came across your blog whilst blog hopping. Love this wonderful creation. It is just stunning. I have become a follower and look forward to following your blog in 2012. Trish x

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  87. Wow beautiful creation. LOve this.

    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.com
    http://sudha-kalra.blogspot.com/p/shop.html

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  88. Lovely and beautiful, great color, love it so much :)

    melz
    vibrina.blogspot.com

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  89. Beautiful quilled and fringed flowers. Love all the details.

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  90. oh my goodness! this is insane!!!! how long did it take to make?! it's just gorgeous, love the vase too!

    -rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  91. Oh wow. I'm stunned, this is just amazing. I love it. It must have taken hours. Love the rolled flowers. Great tip about the magazine borders too. What a great idea. Thanks for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday. Annette xx

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  92. OMGness ....I don't know how to start!!! This is just a masterpiece! What a huge amount of work - and dedication - you have put into this project. Every aspect is awesome and I could look at it for hours and still find something new - it is just amazing!!!

    Thanks for joining us over at Top Tip Tuesday for our 'Anything Goes' Challenge and huge thanks for sharing your Top Tip with us too :)

    Hope to see you back soon :)

    Carol x

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  93. Wow, this is an amazing project! I love all your quilled pieces and the vase is so beautiful, Sonia! Thanks for sharing it! It was great to have a look on this!

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  94. Amazing. It is just so out of the world.. looks wonderful..

    Preeti
    www.creativegifts-preeti.blogspot.com

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  95. Wow...Superb!!!!

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  96. What a stunner! Good luck and happy new year to you and yours!

    Monica xxx

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  97. Шикарная композиция! Очень красиво получилось!!!

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  98. This is superb! hell lot of work. I shud learn some time management from you:)Amazing! love the vase..

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  99. Hello!
    Wow, super wow Sonia!... Fabulous flowers.. YOU are very creative lady, love your project.
    -Sony

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  100. WOW, this is totally amazing. Sooo much detail, love it x

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz.blogspot.com

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  101. Wow! Sonia you really have gone to town on this one. So many gorgeous elements, I have two favourites - your quilled butterfly and those gorgeous little blue tubular flowers. Amazing as usual! Happy New Year too :)

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  102. wow lovely.like the quilling most.so beautiful

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  103. OMG!!!!! I think it is you who is the expert, and with so many amazing talents too. This is absolutely beautiful words just do not do it justice in any way, FANTASTIC
    Hugs Kate xx

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  104. This is absolutely beautiful. Love all of the flowers and butterflies. This will look wonderful on the wall.
    TFS!
    Cindy Lou

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  105. Gorgeous quilling flower scene you have created Sonia, no end to your talents, take careX:)

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  106. I have been away from your blog for too long. I just caught up on all of your posts and I certainly missed some fabulous ones. This quilled flower picture is so pretty. I like the idea of making all the little flowers while relaxing in front of the TV or on a roadtrip in the car. It is good to see your daughter is keeping you on your toes with her ideas too! May you have a spectacular New Year, Dr. Sonia. Linda

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  107. Thanks for stopping by my site! It is wonderful to know that you are here! Your work is absolutely stunning! I am following you now and will avail myself of your great tutorials!

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  108. omg!! This is stunning, doc!! Loved it!! :D

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  109. Happy New Year, dear Dr Sonia!

    I haven't seen so much comments anywhere else ( mine is 107th)! You deserved them well. It's a lovely piece you made. Lots of different shapes put together so nicely. I particularly love that one flower you made in the upper right corner. Really gorgeous one.

    Suzana

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  110. Omigosh....I don't even know what to say! This is just incredible. I love the art of quilling and dabble in it a tad but have never done anything this intricate or involved. Amazing!!! Just amazing!!!
    Unbelievable...I'm going to pin this up at Pinterest....hope you don't mind but if people click on it it will bring them to your blog.

    Oh and thanks for stopping by my blog and giving me some very sound medical advice about the nasal spray. Nope, no hypertension here, thankfully...and I'm over the worst of the cold now...only used the spray about 4 days and only twice a day at that. I read your response to my husband and we just both marveled at how you were able to communicate with me from halfway around the world.

    You rock, Sonia!
    :)

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  111. Dear Susan[tensgal] you are welcome--many nasal sprays have quite a few side effects so you have to use with caution!

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  112. Sonia, Thanks for dropping by my site and for your kind words about the Kirigami pop-up card. I actually found the website through your blog page, so thanks for the link. I think I need a lot more practice at Kirigami, but I love how a few cuts in the paper turns into something so amazing. Happy crafting Doc.
    Michelle

    http://ultimate-whirligig.blogspot.com

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  113. this is absolutely beautiful! looks like hard work, but definitely worth it :)

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  114. This is the most amazing card I have ever seen. You are amazing!!

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  115. Michelle Oh that is so good that I have done my bit to promote pop up cards...I love seeing them.. do make more!

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  116. Wow, wow, wow!!!!! Your project is awesome! Love, love the quilling!

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  117. This is fantastic Sonia. You are so talented. You always come up with so many interesting projects.

    Judex

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  118. An AMAZING display of recycling, really clever and beautiful

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  119. What a beautiful project. It's been a while since I have stopped by. With the holidays I've been pretty busy. I'm glad I came back just in time to see this amazing piece of art. It's truly beautiful.
    http://lorisartsyobsession.blogspot.com

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  120. Very beautifully done Sonia! :) I wonder what you'd do if you were quilling full time! :) Good Luck with the Crafty JC challenge! :)

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  121. Wow, this is just stunning!

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  122. back again on behalf of craft JC! All the best!

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  123. back again on behalf of craft JC! All the best!

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  124. What a beautiful flowers, a great project! It gives me a summer feeling with all those colours.
    I would place the "Home Sweet Home" in the blue frame.

    Greetings, Wies

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  125. Thanks so much for all the wonderful blog comments. I have a long to do list from your blog too :)

    Jani
    papercompulsions.blogspot.com

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  126. Stunning! This is really gorgeous.

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  127. Hello Sonia,

    Firstly, let me wish you a most wonderful year ahead. It's hard to believe that here we are in 2012 after all the misfortunes around the world last year!

    How beautiful your flowers are. You have such a marvellous talent to be able to produce so many variations that are both intricate and colourful and yet are recognisable too. To be so patient as to produce card magic - you are all but a magician, Sonia! I especially like both the roses and the bells which I have to say are my favourites but they look even better because of the variety of the mix that you have presented.

    Well once again - a Very Happy New Year to you and your family, Sonia.
    x

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  128. Oh my goodness this is so beautiful. All the flowers are amazing! I love your work.
    Thank YOU for the sweet comments on my videos.

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  129. Just popping by to say thank you so much for your lovely comment....WOW this is amazing I love all the different flowers,so much detail,fabulous work...
    Mandy x

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  130. Your quilting is stunning. I try to quill but your work is perfection!
    Hugs,
    Marie

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  131. Happy New Year, what a wonderfully bright card to welcome in the New Year, looking forward to seeing more of your creations in 2012. xx

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  132. Absolutely beautiful!!



    new follower!

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  133. Anonymous14/1/12

    First time on this blog and I'm impressed !
    Beautiful creations.
    aureliaeugenia

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  134. Beautiful creations and beautiful blog,congratulations !!
    aureliaeugenia

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  135. Oh My, isn't this just the loveliest new year creation? I simply adore your style and choice of colors too! Thanks so much for joining us here at Top Tip Tuesday challenge and I wish you to join us all year in 2012!
    Hugs and best wishes!
    Tammy Louise

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  136. u say u dont get much time for quilling and this is what u come up with ???? My god this is wonderful 1 i can imagine what u wud do if get more time !
    i love the bouquete just superb !
    Love
    pooja
    http://beyondgrey.blogspot.com/

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  137. Dr Sonia...we were very happy to feature this amazing work on our Unstampabelles blog. It is a great example of entries we would like to see. :-)

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  138. Dr Sonia...we were very happy to feature this amazing work on our Unstampabelles blog. It is a great example of entries we would like to see. :-)

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  139. So happy n colorful doc.
    Thanks for joining us at For the love of crafting challenge#2.

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  140. OMG!!!This is STUNNING!!!!Loved the Vase!!!And the quilled and punched flowers look Gorgeous!!!

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  141. Hi Dr. Sonia....WOW
    This project is so amazing. Crafting must be your stress reliever! You have inspired me to try quilling. I have a kit but never took the time to learn. I love all the details, the vase, and the beautiful colors...you..go..girl!! This will look beautiful wherever you place it:) Have a wonderful day. Hugs Barbara

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  142. so cute its very amazing .. love that u have added different type of flowers in 1 project .. colors r so nice n the vase is awesome ..everything about this is wonderful

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  143. Amazing and so colourful I love it

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  144. Simply lovely.I love your idea of enhancing the beauty of your creations with pearls.
    Usha Srikumar

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  145. Wow! This is just unbelievable! It's beautiful! I quill but not like this! LOL Love it!

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  146. Tremendously Beautiful project Dr. Sonia.... thanks a ton for sharing this project with us :) Good Day

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  147. very very nice... can u tell me the tutorial... plz

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    1. Thank you Suji...but which do you want the tutorial for..there are so many elements on this project!

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  148. Hi Sonia
    oh wow, I love this wonderfull Flowers. Beautyful.
    Gretings from Carmen

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    1. Thank you so much for dropping by and taking the time to leave such heartwarming comments

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  149. i'm spellbound!!
    http://from-a-girls-mind.blogspot.com/

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  150. Hi..Dr..im Sitra fm Malaysia.past few months im being too crazy about punch art.i've explored alot about it.very happy to see indians doing craft projects..

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    1. How fabulous Sitra
      .Such a co-incidence. I am actually planning a family holiday to Malaysia in April!

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  151. Wow!! This is mind-blowing!! I'm addicted to quilling these days and I just love your work .It's neat and perfect. :)

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