Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Some more paper jhumkas

Dear Friends,

Feeling very low and couldn't focus my mind on anything becoz of my grandma's demise.

Pulling myself over to my blog and thought of sharing some of Paper earrings / Paper Jhumkas which i made earlier. All these quilled earrings are coated with a protective sealant and varnish.

You can find the tutorial to make paper earrings/ paper jhumkas here








Thanks for visiting

PS: If my works inspires you or you want to recreate, Pls do give a direct link to my post because i put my hardwork in each and every design I make. Hope you all understand. 

19 comments:

  1. Sorry abut to Grandma Shylaa, I hope your crafting distracts your mind. All these earring are beautiful so hard to choose favourites.

    I would love it if you joined in my Spellbinder blog celebration here
    B x

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    1. Thanks brenda for your support, will sure join

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  2. I'm sorry because for your loss. Be strong. The works are wonderful. Find solace in creating. Hugs from Croatia.

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  3. Its sad to hear about your Grandma Shylaa ,Sorry for your loss !
    I loved the graduating colors of earrings so lovely !

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  4. I'm so sorry to hear about your Grandma, my thoughts are with you and your family.

    On a lighter note though, I'm glad to see it hasn't had an adverse effect on your creative abilities - these earrings are just stunning!! :)

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  5. These are so pretty! Love the colours! You are so talented!

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  6. The more I'm growing thru your blog the more beauties I'm stumbling upon! So pretty!!

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  7. HOW TO ATTACH THE PEARLS IN THE JHUMKAS?

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    1. just glue the area where you wanted and fix the beads, thats it

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  8. HOW TO ATTACH THE PEARLS IN THE JHUMKAS?

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  9. is there any special glue or beads to fix in jhumka paper... actually ur works are beautiful..once tried but it was not possible to fix the beads... thats y i asked

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    1. hi simmy - just use fevicol or quick fix

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  10. sorry for your grandma's demise...i know its difficult to go thru..but be strong..keep engaged in something or other...

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  11. Good job
    http://anucraftsworld.blogspot.ae/

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