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Friday, March 30, 2012

3D characters

there all made with strips of paper, made all of them over a year ago, except the Angel in purple, I finished it today. The Angel is a little over 2'' tall and the others are a little over 4''. These are really a challenge to me, it seems that I get the cone shape almost done and it comes apart,lol, then have to start over, maybe the more I make the better; or should I say easier to shape. I plan on making more Angela with different colored jewls, I'm partial to Angels and maybe more clown as I like them to.
well here they are hope you like!!!!!

27 comments:

  1. Oh,Paula , what a lovely miniatures and I am not sure wich one I love more. Are so super cute!!!

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  2. Paula! I LOOOOVE the clowns! So cute! You did a great job with these miniatures.

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  3. Wow!! My dear Paula, you are back with more amazing creations. This collection is absolutely creative. I love love love it so much. Love 5 types of small dolls.

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  4. Paula.. They are amazing... Good to see you blog again.. :D

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  5. Wow Paula...These Miniatures Look Amazing!!I love the Clown and the Fairy the Best!Though all of Them Look so Lovely :)

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  6. How very clever Paula, I can imagine it was very time consuming, but just amazing results.

    Have a good weekend.

    B x

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  7. Nice creation Paula ....love the clown nd fairy..

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  8. these are so cute..I would love to try these :) thanks for sharing!

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  9. all are so adorable, Paula....I love these all...

    hugs

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  10. I can see the pleasure in making them and all are so cute and adorable ! You should be very proud of yourself,beautiful creations 1
    aureliaeugenia

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  11. Nice work!
    I loved it as did the angel.
    Hugs!

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  12. they are all fantastic Paula.

    Just keep practicing with the cone shape. After making nativities for 3 years now I barely think about it and just roll. I find when I think about it too much, that is when it falls apart. I have made 400 cone bodies over this past month for my nativity order(and I need to make 1600)and that is what works best for me.

    enjoy your day
    Cheryl

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  13. I think 3D quilling really is a challenge! I like that detail in the shorter angel's wings.

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  14. All so amazingly cute Paula --- I love love the little clown!!

    Cheers
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  15. Goodness! These are amazing Paula!

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  16. Wow, Paula, they are all so cute! Love them all! You paid so much attention on each detail!

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  17. I am Brazilian. I love quilling and admire your work. A hug.

    Ana Virginia

    filhadejose.blogspot.com

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  18. Just wanted to say thanks for popping by my blog and leaving a lovely comment. Your quilled creations are amazing, I can only aspire to make something so lovely. I just finished a quilled sign, but using very basic techniques - I am just getting back into quilling after doing it as a child. Have a lovely day x

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  19. Oh Paula! These are amazing!!! I`ve never tried 3D creations, they seem so difficult.

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  20. oh paula ,i made entry to your blog.thank god .your 3d quilling is amazing.all are cute.plz remove word verification.
    megha
    http://www.meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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  21. Очень интересные,хорошие фигурки!!!

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  22. These are just adorable, Paula! I had the same problem with the strips came off that was why I don't create much 3D quilling. I think because we used 1/8" strips. I saw a tutorial on Creative Quilling. She suggested using 1/4" strips for 3D quilling.

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  23. Wow! These are simply adorable.

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  24. very nice..
    thanks for visiting mine..=)
    keep in touch ya..

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