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!

Friday, 1 August 2014

Quilled wedding card

Well, it has been awhile! Won't bore you with details of why I haven't been able to find time to blog recently. I'm hoping to be able to post a bit more now that the school hols are here - watch this space. I do have lots of new cards to show you. I've had lots of requests from customers this year for wedding cards in more unusual colour schemes. This one was for my niece to give to her boss. The colour scheme for the wedding was teal and white. This is not a new design, but it looks quite different in this bolder version, I think.

The patterned paper I've used at the bottom is long retired from Stampin' Up - I wish they would bring it back, it is so beautiful and just right for wedding cards.

 Hope you like it! Will be back soon,



  1. Another stunning card, I can see why you like that gorgeous paper. The teal colour is really striking. I can see you've used that fab font again on this - could you let me know what it is please.

    1. Hi Susie,
      The font is Papyrus. So suitable for many occasions. Jill

  2. I have always been a great fan of paper quilling and must say you have displayed some really exclusive pictures. I am sure making such unique card designs is no easy job. I loved the pictures you have shared out here. Have you bought the readymade stuff or have you created these cards from scratch?