What is this blog?

This blog is about my crafts as I'm sure it's obvious, but rather specifically I post about my quilling. I suppose I didn't include quilling in the title simply because that would limit what I could put in this blog. In other words, 99% of this is in fact quilling.

There ARE periods where I don't post anything for a long time, but that doesn't mean I'm done with quilling! I'll post again. Eventually.
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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Easter Lady (my next holiday lady!)

I started making the body of my Easter Lady over a month ago and put her on hold, and I finished her today!  Naturally, I gave her dress patel colors.  I thought it would be fun this time to put her hair in a bun!  And, being me, I had to give her those face framing layers!  The ovals on her dress are supposed to be eggs, and the other thing a basket obviously!  On the back of her dress I added  a bunny (its back).  For a finished touch, I added a flower to her hair!



14 comments:

  1. Really cute, love the details on the dress, and like the way you did her hair!
    Paula

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  2. Thanks guys!

    Making the hair is my favorite part! It takes the longest, but I always love doing it :D.

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  3. Hi , Rachelle
    visit my blog .i have passed on the versatile blogger award to you.
    http://cherubcrafts.blogspot.com/

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  4. Hi Rachelle, your quilling work is truly Superb... :)

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  5. Very cute!!
    http://natiquill.blogspot.com
    Nati (from Brazil)

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  6. How did you made the hair?!? It's fabulous!! :D

    Nice to meet you :) I'm a teen paper crafter too.. It is nice that finally I can meet somebody that love paper craft and as young as me :D

    You can visit my blog
    teddy bear princess
    or see my newest post
    teddy bear princess: princess quilling

    LotsOfLoves

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  7. Thanks everyone!

    @teddy bear princess: Wow, that's great! I never meet anyone my age that loves to do paper crafts, it's nice to meet you! I'll check out your blogs.

    The hair is made by cutting a regular 3 mm wide strip into thirds, and by the end you don't cut it all off. I always twirl it around a tooth pick to give it some waves. And my signature is to add the side bangs, it's the same thing excpet glued differently and smaller, obviously. Making the bun specifically is...improvising.

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  8. pssst I'm actually younger 3 years than you haha :p (that's why I'm not as great as you lol)
    Thank you for sharing your way make the hair :)
    I will try it on my next quilling :D

    LotsOfLoves
    teddy bear princess

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  9. She is adorable! I like so much how your dolls' hair looks, almost natural :)

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  10. So beautiful.
    I am becoming your new follower
    Cheers from Bangalore ,India
    Dr Sonia S V
    ENT Surgeon and Avid Crafter
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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