About Me

Chertsey, Surrey, United Kingdom
Hello, I'm Jill - mother of three grown up children and wife to Geoff. I have been crafting one way or another for as long as I can remember. In the1990's I discovered quilling and in 2009 I began selling my quilled card designs online (https://folksy.com/shops/PaperDaisyCardDesign) - this continues to go from strength to strength. My blog "Paper Daisy Cards" features my handmade cards, quilled or otherwise! More recently I re-discovered rubber stamping and became an Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator, showcasing and selling high quality paper crafting materials including rubber stamps, inks, cardstock, punches and dies. My blog "Paper Daisy Crafting" features my creations made with Stampin' Up! products, a list of all the papercrafting classes I run, all the latest news and offers and a link to my online shop , so that you too can join in the fun!

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Another quilled Christmas card

Hi everyone. 

Well it has been a while! I've been kept busy with lots of orders from my Etsy and Folksy shops in the run up to Christmas. Just thought I'd drop in here today to show you a special order card which is currently winging its way to Japan to wish a little boy called Sho a Happy Christmas. The brief from the customer (his mum) was for a Christmas tree and a teddy.








I'm loving these word dies I used for the message - really makes the message stand out.

I think the Christmas season in my shops is just about over now so maybe I can now concentrate on making some cards for family and friends - I know, very last minute!!!

Jill

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  2. This is gorgeous Jill. The design is beautiful and the wording font is very effective. My family cards are always rather last minute - one year I will make them really early!

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  3. How do you make the branches? What quilling techniques and tools do you use? Love the card!!

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    1. The branches are made by alternate side looping - 3 loops each piece. I don't use a tool for these - just fingers! Jill

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