I recently made three different gifts for three different friends. As my quilling mania continues, this time I made coordinating gifts and cards.
Left to right: A monogram for a friend's daughter who recently moved into her first post-college home. Her initial done in colors to match her bedroom. Middle: A gift for a friend in her furbaby's colors. Right: A monogram for one of my BFFs daughter in her brand new son's initial.
For this one I used this fun bow themed background paper, cut the letter using my Cricut, and then quilled in colors to match her bedroom. For the card I made to go with, I stuck w/ the same color theme but did a dog paw for her furbaby.
I used the same background paper for the paw card and then coordinating quilling strips for the paw.
For the paw hoop, I used a bone print background paper and then used different shades of brown to make the paw. Did the reverse as the hoop above and did the paw print here and the monogram of the furbaby's initial on the card.
For the last one, I used the nursery colors and made the monogram, again cutting the letter using my Cricut Explore Air 2 and then made quilled "baby feet" and a rattle for the card. using a chipboard letter sticker to finish.
For this one I used a navy paper layered with a vellum paper with silver dots.
My husband is almost ready to stage a "quillervention" because I keep popping out of my craft room with new projects. Almost. Because he keeps claiming a few of them!