06 December 2011

The Beehive Technique

Hi dearest my quiller friends, how are you today??
Hope you all be fine and your doing well.

I really love this words...so inspirational...

"Quilling is not always just about how neatly or how extensively you do it. A new invention can change the face of quilling"


This words inspired me to playing with my slotted tool and quilling strips today.
Finally....I found a technique to make flower petals. This called:

"THE BEEHIVE PETALS"

Basically, this petals arranged from swirl shapes only, not using the looping technique.

One most important of beehive technique is the swirls have to arrange just from one continuous strip, not arranging from some swirls then you fill it in one by one.

I made three flowers, with different shapes, used the beehive petals. I called these beehive flowers.

Here they are:


using single strip to make swirls




using single strip to make swirls



using double strips to make swirls


With all my pleasure, you can use this technique to make your quilled creations if you want, Friends :)


Thank you so much for stopping by and so appreciate your comments.
Happy quilling

hugs,
Susan


33 comments:

  1. Susan, this is OUTSTANDINGLY good!!!!!!!!!!!! I love it! And thanks for quoting me! :) I am so happy I could inspire someone :)

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  2. I find them superb
    Could you give us a Tutorial?

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  3. They are outstandingly beautiful .... Please make us a tutorial :)

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  4. Your new creation is lovely. I too believe new inventions could make a big difference in creating lovely quillings. You could only do so by experimenting with strips which I do all the time

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  5. Waaa....cantik cantik Susan!!! you're quiling queen :)

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  6. luv this sista... tutorial plis... ^^

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  7. Susan, your flowers are beautiful! I especially like the contrast with the double strips in the petals.

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  8. one word : waaaw! can i get the tutorial ?

    -eudoraeudoraa.blogspot.com-

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  9. Thanks for the inspiration. Posted my try on ur beehive flower in FB.

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  10. These are lovely Susan. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  11. These are lovely Susan. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  12. Susan,Your new creation is lovely & beautiful!!!

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  13. They are gorgeous, Susan! I am a visual learner so hopefully you will share the tutorial later.

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  14. Wow! Love your new petals! Very creative!

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  15. cannot wait for your tutorial! Please post as soon as you can! <3

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  16. its gorgeous...would love to see a tutorial and learn this technique!

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  17. Hi Susan.... I'm in love with this new technique.. and I have used it in my card....
    http://nupurcreatives.blogspot.com/2011/12/hi-everyone.html
    I would love it if you visit my blog and tell me what you feel about it... :)

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  18. Very, very beautiful flowers! Love the combination of the two colors! I am in love with your new technique! Thank you very much for sharing! Hope you will like what I made.
    http://printre-pagini.blogspot.com/2011/12/beehive-quilling-flower.html

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  19. Hi Susan!
    I love your new technique!
    Plese come and visit what I've made :) http://andreeahandmade.blogspot.com/2012/02/venus-si-quilling.html

    Thanks,

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  20. Just amazing susan....u and pritesh inspire ppl like me to explore and experiment more with this beautiful art of quilling!!

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