Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Jewelery Box

Recently I saw a tutorial on Pritesh's blog about box making and I loved it.... Though I have tried a few methods of box making I loved this one very much for its simplicity.... 
Here in Guntur we do not have many options when it come to shopping for craft items ....and even if you find something its too costly .... Like the handmade paper costs anything between 60 bucks to 100 per sheet... :(
So when my hubby went to Bangalore recently, he brought a lot of hand made papers......

And Here is what I made from that paper....
And everybody who has seen these boxes have loved them :)
Am soo happy.... :)
I used a few kundans that I had purchased when I learnt embroidory...
And of course quilling ......










And I am linking these to a few blog challenges...

Inky's Impressions
Beyond Grey Challenges(Design paper, Glitter,Flowers)

20 comments:

Merry said...

Oh wow...this is so lovely. Wonderful coloured flowers and that paper is beautiful. Thanks for joining in our paper flower challenge at Unstampabelles.

Susan Hogan said...

Beautiful! So talented! Beautiful flower. Thanks for joining in the fun at Unstampabelles this month for our Flowers Challenge!

Kerry said...

Your boxes are Beautiful. Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions.
Kerry

snehal watwe welde said...

Gorgeous box.It doesn't look like paper .It looks like wood.Thats the beauty of your creativity and neatness.thanks for playing along at my challenge

lauren bergold said...

these are as amazing as they are beautiful! i love the construction of the boxes, and the lovely way you've decorated them! thanks for SHOPPING YOUR STASH with us this week! ♥

Lauren said...

Wow, these are so beautiful. I really like the quilling work and the gems are the perfect finishing touch. Thanks for playing at UnstampaBelles.

Rajeswari said...

Wow!! These are so so prettty! Love the gold and red combo with the kundans :)

Tonya said...

Wonderful boxes. Thank you for joining us this week for the Inky Impressions' challenge. Good luck and please join us again soon. :o)

~ Tonya Inky DT

Cathy (aka CrafteeCC) said...

such a cute box and love the quilling! Thank you for joining in our Paper Flowers Challenge at UnstampaBelles.

HuggiesCrafts said...

Brilliant as always Sonia! you have a real talent for crafting, Love the box! Thanks for joining us again at Unstampabelles for this months challenge.

Linda said...

These boxes are really wonderful!

Thank you so much for joining in our challenge at Shopping Our Stash!

Linda
SOS DT member

Carla said...

OOhh how lovely! So pretty! Thanks so much for joining us at Shopping Our Stash!

Carrie Robinson said...

what a shame - especially when it seems you love crafting so much... maybe you should open your own shop lol...

The boxes are wonderful - thanks for playing along with inky impressions xxx

Deepthi said...

Thank you all very much !!!! Thanks for the lovely comments :)

KukiesBasket said...

Beautiful quilling on the box done by you

s4rah said...

Oh these are lovely, thanks for joining us at Craft Punked this week!

daisylou said...

Fantastic idea Well done!

Thanks for joining us at Craft Punked this week :)
daisylou xxx

Pooja said...

These boxes are really pretty ! The combination of handmade paper quilling and kundans looks really stunning !

Stacie (craft-princess) said...

WOW! I would love to have one of these...so pretty!! Thanks for sharing with us over at Unstampabelles!

Deepthi said...

Thank you all very much for all the lovely comments :)I am loving these comments and the box more :)