My crafting world has gone haywire thanks to all the work at office and because I feel like I need to rest more when I am back than work myself up with blog and crafts. Anyways valentines day is nearing and if you haven’t yet decided on what to give your loved ones, stay tuned for tutorials on simple handmade love for your valentine. Lets start with handmade swirl paper roses which looks totally pretty and are so so so really easy to make. Trust me they are so simple and beautiful! And in case you like to check out more paper flower tutorial, don’t forget to check them on my blog.
This is again a quilling tutorial and this is one from the basic series. No quilling is complete without Beehive technique and so here is a very easy and well explained tutorial for beehive technique in quilling.I also had promised a series of quilled flowers tutorial and this is one in the same. You can read about my quilling comb flower tutorial HERE and yes you can also watch a video tutorial for the beehive technique HERE.
Ever seen nail polish flowers? Even i was surprised and in fact actually excited about making them since i had so many nail polishes that i was rarely using! While searching on google i came across these Kanzhashi flowers made by Sakae, a Japanese artist that has similar in technique but with synthetic resin and these flowers were like the most delicate n beautiful handmade thing i had ever seen.
This time I’m up with a short post featuring a lovely work by one of my sister’s best friends – Jupitara Kashyap. She has worked her magic to create these gorgeous looking ribbon roses. Welcome to thecraftyangels Jupi :