Sunday, December 8, 2013

Quilling Christmas Snowflake Card (5 of 5)

I was curious how a light blue paper strip may look but it reminds me of dampened, slushy snow. Anyway, the shorter arms and tighter connections mid-span make this version easier to manage. Hope you've enjoyed the snowstorm of quilled snowflake cards.



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25 comments:

  1. I think it looks lovely! By the way, where did you find these patterns, or did you make them up yourself?

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    1. Thanks Four11Lady! I made them up as I went along. I have a box full of "not long/short enough" pieces that I tried to use in my next post - you'll see!

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  2. Cecelia, I would love a PDF of this. I love your snowflakes and am going to attempt them soon. All beautiful!!!

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    1. Hi Nana, thank you! I'd love to send it to you if you'd supply your email address?

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  3. Its really beutifull.
    I am a beginner to quilling from Indian. Found this site very informative.
    http://craftsbysukanya.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hi Sukanya, thank you! Beginner? I can't tell. Your quilling is beautiful with wonderfully even tension too!

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  4. Love your blog. Thanks for sharing your talent. I would love the grid:
    denise.turk@utoledo.edu

    Thank you!

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    1. Hi Denise, thanks! It's being sent to you now.
      Cecelia

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  5. hi.. please send me one too.. tina.reimi@moramail.se

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    1. Hi Tina, looking forward to seeing your creations :D
      Cecelia

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  6. This one is beautiful! I love how crisp your corners are.

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    1. Hi Fjionna, thanks so much! I use my tweezers and pinch the corner super hard to achieve the crisp corner. Lemme know if that works for you.

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  7. Although I love all your snowflakes my favorite is # 5 with #4 being a close second. I would love to have the PDF guide. I have attempted snowflakes in the past but never got one I liked. #5 may just be what I need.
    thanks
    tonilea
    jiffy1212@aol.com

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    1. Hi Tonilea, forgot to reply here, but sent you the grid - hope it worked out for you.

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  8. Hi Cecilia, would love to get PDF format for dis. My email I'd is san.deh23@gmail.com. Thanks.

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    1. Hi Sharayu, I've just sent the grid to you. Have fun quilling!

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  9. Would love this pattern my email is karenmoreland15@gmail.com

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    1. Hi Karen, have just sent it off to you now!
      Cecelia

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  10. Wouldl love the pattern for the snowflake quilled card designs. Thank you .
    stamperkat1@sbcglobal.net

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    1. Hi Kathryn, it's a blizzard out there! Just sent you my grid. Happy quilling to you!

      Cecelia

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  11. Love your work!!! I'm going to "attempt" some snowflakes for the holidays. May I please have a PDF of your template? Thx for sharing 😆

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  12. Hi, I would love to have free quilling grid. My mail adress is gatinha@poczta.wp.pl

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