Dear viewers,Happy to give one more inspirational work for the pink challenge of IQCG..
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This time I have created a transparent quilled rangoli in shades of pink.
The piece is a quilled version of the traditional floating rangoli / kundan rangoli work. I have used quilling strips in the place of kundan stones in its making.
As this is my first try, I chose a regular shape circle as a start up. I have used 5mm strips and zero size golden colour ball chains to fill the pieces .As some of you might be aware of, the process is quite simple but little time consuming. You need to have 100% patience to complete it as it requires lot of pieces to be quilled depending on the size of the sheet you choose to make. Quillers knew it. But still mentioning it for beginnersJ)J)
Coming back to the process, 7 pieces of small size circle cuts and one large size circle cut of transparent sheets are used. The circles can be either drawn using a compass or any circular object available at home. I used lids of boxes that were lying at home .So didn’t measure the size of the pieces. Each piece of the sheet is then filled up using ball chains and quilling strips in a circular alignment starting from outside. It can also be started from the centre point of the sheet. Again the choice is completely yours. It took hardly 20 to 25 mins to complete every single piece and the bigger one took more time.
That’s all. It’s done. :))J)
As this quilled rangoli is done for the pink challenge, I used only pink shades in all the pieces.
I have also shown the different ways in which the pieces can be arranged according to your wish.. This art piece can be used anywhere and for any occasions and celebrations for decoration purposes or it can also be gifted to your dear ones for festivals too.
Hope you all liked my work to get an idea and boost up your creative thoughts. Visit the IQCG blog to know about the challenge details and give your participation to win some exciting stuffs from our beloved sponsors. Looking forward for more entries from you all. Good luckJ)J)
Also share your feedbacks and help me to improve my art skills too...
Aparna Balakrishnan (shequills)