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Sunday, May 15, 2011

White Tiger

After my Daughter saw the orange tiger I made, she thought it would be cool if I made a white Tiger, so I did.I also had someone suggest that I take pictures at different stages of my next project,I also did that. Let me know what you think!









THe first Tiger took me a week to make, this 3 days, I really cramed in the hours on this one, was excited to see the out come with it being white.Hope you like!

35 comments:

  1. WOW.... WOW.. WOW... SPEECHLESS.. THIS IS BRILLIANT PAULA...:-)

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  2. this is just so so beautiful, thanks for sharing the various stages of how u made this .it helps to understand how a project of this scale can be made.

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  3. Gorgeous work Paula. Just wanted to understand on what medium did you stick it? Was it a printed design covered with cellophane sheet and the quilling shaped were stuck on that and then the final product was separated from the cellophane? cot the scenery has only the Tiger's face :) Would lobe to understand the technique :) IT looks fantastic!

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  4. The white version of the tiger turned out great, Paula! I'm glad that you granted my wish and took photos at different stages of your work for this project! It's great to see how it comes to life coil by coil!

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  5. wow...its so so so beautiful paula...i also have the same question like karuna...

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  6. Awesome ! Paula you are so talented.

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  7. This is fantastic, Paula. And I think your series of photographs is a great way to show how this kind of quilling is done.

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  8. Great work Paula. Its nice of you to include photos. Now let me dare to be greedy and ask for descriptions of technique ! I love quilling but only recently have I even had the courage to assemble a quilled framework. Your work is always breathtakingly beautiful!
    Cheers from Bangalore ,India
    Dr Sonia S V
    ENT Surgeon and Avid Crafter
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  9. Fantastic!!! I love your tigers they are gorgeous

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  10. I have a lot of admiration for your wonderful work that is beautiful!
    Greetings Baukje

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  11. Wow!!!Great artwork, gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!

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  12. This is beautiful Paula! Love your work, you inspire me.

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  13. Paula,
    Magnificent work is a lot of patience and talent!
    Hugs!

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  14. Are. You. Serious! This is fantastic!! Seriously! Your work is AMAZING!! And you have only been doing it since 09! WOW!! Your amazing!!!!

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  15. Вау! Шикарная работа! Вот это труд! Спасибо за урок!!!

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  16. OMG! AMAZING! Lovely idea Paula and fantastically executed... Congrats!

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  17. This is really amazing! It looks very real! I am a great admirer of your work, even if I am very silent :) Thanks for sharing the different stages of the work process.

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  18. Amazing and fabulous .i cant even imagine of making such great work .superb.

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  19. It is sooo beautiful. It even looks nicer than the earlier tiger.Quilling can create such beauty
    This is superb!!

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  20. Your work is always stunning!! I think I like the white one even better - those eyes really pull you in! Love the pictures of how your work progresses... Hugs, antonella :-)

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  21. О!!! Замечательная работа!
    Шикарный белый тигр!

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  22. You have a virtual gift on my blog! Hope you like it :)

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  23. This is really cool. Well done.

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  24. wow you are definitely an artist !

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  25. Hi Paula, this is really great work!! All your stuff is amazing. Thanks for dropping by my blog and liking my rose tutorial :)

    Cheers, Indira
    http://arty-sorts.blogspot.com/

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  26. Beautiful work...loved the details .

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  27. So nice to see your process... beautiful end result!

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