Love you forever Baby


As you can see I haven't been blogging much. I'm taking a break from work to concentrate on my health for a while. But recently I got a request and sometimes it's difficult to say no. So I did it anyways. Just this particular one. I would probably make other card designs in months to come but it would be something I would do because I love doing it in my free time and not because someone asks me to. Crafting keeps me sane. I heard it does for a lot of people. It makes us happy in ways we never thought it could. Agree? :)

This card is a combination of some of my older designs. A bit of this and a bit of that from a few of my handmade card designs and they all came together in one card. Personally I wouldn't have had it combined this way but since it's a request, so I just did my best to make it look good. Combination of colours have to match too and therefore certain designs with certain colours had to be changed to fit in.

You could see that I wrote most of the text on the card and also inside it because the person requesting it loved my handwriting so much. It can be a little tricky to write on the card because you can't afford to make any mistakes. One mistake means that you would have to redo the whole card. Scary! 

All the pop up envelopes have a tiny card in them with short messages. I think that adds an element of surprise for the receiver. I used to put only one tiny card in one of the envelopes but this time around I was requested to make 3 tiny cards with messages she came up with herself. I appreciated the new ideas from her and will try it if I think it suits the card. 

Another tricky thing was writing the glittered text on the die-cut heart shape paper. Can't afford any mistakes there either. But I love the texture and how it glitters when it hits the light.

It was nice to do quilling again and I must say making pop up cards is always a pleasure. I seriously need to make more of it so that I won't lose the skill I gathered over the years. I'm praying that I have the strength to do so soon. How I miss doing it was really fun. :) Till then, do enjoy the video below. 


Grace to You said…
I recognize those little love birds! I'm so happy to have a pair of them myself. :) Beautiful card - and I agree completely with your friend about your handwriting - it's exquisite. So glad to see you posting again!
*betinha* said…
It's wonderful this post, congratulations and I wish you a speed recovery.Kisses...we need you!
Diana Moriel said…
Beautiful work, I loved the card!
HeNRieTTa JoSe said…
its cute....i love the color and the idea of the envelope...ur so craative as usual kak lin..
eima said…
sangat cantik .....
aku kenal sorg lagi blogger yg pandai quilling ni ... CH@
Wow!! I Really enjoy looking at the video. I like the idea of popup mini envelop and your beautiful hand-writing instead of computer generated! it definitely add more sentiment to the card.
Shylaa Shree said…
it is such a lovely card. you have more strength to do such cards. you always delight your friends by your quilling
Hello everyone!
Thank you all so much for all the lovely comments. I'm so glad to be posting here again too. I'm so happy that all of you enjoyed the post, the photos and video. I hope to be able to create something new soon. I have some ideas to share with everyone but I'm getting pretty slow now at getting anything done. I hope to be able to make quilling tutorials too. Do pray for my health :) Thank you again everyone for all the wishes ;) <3
Muito bom o seu blog, estive a percorre-lo li alguma coisa, porque espero voltar mais algumas vezes,deu para perceber a sua dedicação em partilhar o seu saber.
Se me der a honra de visitar e ler algumas coisas no Peregrino e servo ficarei radiante.
E se gostar e desejar comente.
Que Deus vos abençõe e guarde.
Abraço.Peregrino E Servo.
Катя-Kate said…
Your blog is very inspiring! I've just started to follow it :)
Regards from ArtLife :)
Erik Coonor said…
It’s nice greeting card design...
In my suggestion you can use popular greeting card app in your phone and make own online cards and send to dear ones.

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