Quilled Thank You Cards (2 of 8)


Here’s my 2nd thank you card made from leftover quilled items from the project-yet-to-be-named. Ever feel that zipped mouth feeling playing Taboo when you can’t say the actual words?

I’d like to thank my hubby for driving me to 3 different store chains, 4 separate nights, to pick up 23 shades/sizes of paper for this 1 project…and for listening to countless hours of debates on color usage, composition, drawing style and my self doubts of ability to do this in general.

A sneak peak can be seen in today’s SingTao & MingPao in Vancouver and Toronto. They’re Chinese newspapers, so that should give you a hint which direction I’m going in!

8 comments:

  1. so simple but so beautiful I love your work!
    I have a question do you have a pattern of dragonfly I think it's so beautiful
    I do my mail upon
    baukjesiekman@home.nl
    I like to hear from you
    greetings Baukje

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    1. Hi Baukje,

      Thanks for being such an awesome fan - you totally made me smile today. I don't have a pattern for the dragonfly YET, but I'm happy you're a follower because I will have many patterns a year from now. I'm sorry I can't explain in more detail and I hope you'll keep having patience with me. Thank you!

      Cecelia

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  2. Lovely! simple yet beautiful card!!

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  3. So beautiful Cecelia! I've been a rather silent (but nevertheless) admirer of your work! I specially love the simple flower here. So perfectly done! :) BTW, I found a pilferer posting your Mickey + fireworks project in her FB page. She's deleted it for now but I recommend that you water mark your work dear. It hurts me to see the credit for your beautiful work being taken by talentless thieves....

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    1. Hello Pritesh, thank you for putting such a big smile on my face today.

      Another reader notified me of it yesterday and I sent them an email, and their response was horrible. I did have my name on the photos, but they cropped them out. You're right, I'll spread my name across the entire image next time.

      I am a very lucky person to have so many wonderful readers recognize and protect my work - thank you SO much!

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  4. very easy on the eyes, love it !!!!
    Paula

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