Tuesday, 21 August 2012


Hi friends,
I made this quilled vintage card for an aunty.
I've used the beehive technique in the butterfly.
I also printed a vintage image and used it as 
the background for the card.

Thankyou very much to Gopu uncle for giving me the following awards:


Thankyou all for stopping by and reading.

Friday, 3 August 2012

Thank you cards for Teachers

Hi friends,

Before leaving primary school I made 3 different cards 
for my teachers so that they'll remember me!
here they are :


Thanks for reading and all your lovely and thoughtful comments!

Friday, 27 July 2012

Quilled dolls and more within...

Hi friends,
 its so good to be back to blogging and crafting again.
 The national tests which proceeded in May kept me very
 busy for quite a while, so i couldn't post on my blog. :C
 luckily it is the summer holidays so you'll be seeing a     
 lot of new posts in the future.
 Just so you all know,I won 3rd prize for my Quilled baby 
 deer .I got some goodies and a certificate.
 Thanks to all of you for your support and encouragement.

 I have recently been looking at the different types 
 quilled dolls and miniatures  and have come up with
 these 2:

{well actually the on on the left was one i made in 2011
but  I altered it by making a single brown skirt and sticking
under the doll to make it look tall and big.
That skirt has had a LOT of history ,
i can tell you, it used to be a hat, 
 and a  flower pot and ...}


 This  was a birthday card i made for my aunty in June
 this year.{Just so you know, i obviously didn't have
 any help from my super intelligent,very creative mum!} ; D :

   I was very lucky because, as i live in England, 
   I had a wonderful opportunity to go and see the 
   Olympic torch pass through the streets with my school.
   The very strict looking lady with short blonde hair, red                              
   high heels,and black coat is my headteacher who was 
   checking that  the children were well behaving. :D




  Different buses with company logos and few 
  workers passed through as well as they also supported 
  the Olympics. My favorite one is definitely the 
  Samsung,it was the ONLY one that looked bright 
  that morning!
  But the coca cola one  looked nice too...!

  In case you haven't noticed the colors 
  of  the different paragraphs
  are the colors of the Olympic rings:

The colors represent the five continents :
Australia, Europe, Asia, Africa and America,

but then again there can also be 
 'a hole' new meaning to it, [LOL]
as it can also represent the five different sports:

 1.football        3.archery        4.swimming
  2.gymnastics                         5.sprinting



Thanks for reading!

Friday, 17 February 2012

Quilled flag the fawn

      This is my entry for the 'pets in print' art competition
for the young people aged between 11 and 16yrs.
We can choose any fictional pet from a book as a 
subject of painting,drawing,collage print  or other 2D 
Some of famous fictional pets are:

  1. Harry Potters pet owl Hedwig.
  2. Hagrid's pet boarhound fang
  3. Flag the Fawn in the book 'The yearling'
  4. Kes the kestrel
  5. Dave the cat in the book'Million dollar mates'

     As you can see,I chose Flag the Fawn...



It took 3 days to finish the whole project,Thanks to my mum Angelin  .

these are step by step pics of how we did it
                         Thanks for Viewing .
                         Have a nice Weekend

Thursday, 9 February 2012


Hi there,here is the birthday card that i made for my teacher.
here are the materials that i used:
1. A tatty teddy card topper
2.silhouette backing paper
3.polka dot card
4.peel off cakes
5.purple silk ribbon.

Bye ..........
xxxxxxxxxx Sharon.


Monday, 2 January 2012

Welcome to my Blog

                Hi Friends this is my first post .

                         a new year card for Dad

                                a birthday card
                another New year card for mom 
I am linking this to    http://trimmiescraftchallenge.blogspot.com/2011/12/craft-challenge-135-new-year.html