Paper Lilly

Back again with papers. This time I badly wanted to beg, borrow or steal origami papers to make flowers. But thank God.. I could some how find a shop in Chennai that sells these papers. :)

Got loads of colors and now folding all the time :) Absolutely obsessed :)

Here is the result of it

My paper lilies



The whole smiling bunch of lilies




4 colors, 6 papers and 12 flowers :)



Side look





Could not stop liking this pic :)


Here you go for the video tutorial to make these pretty flowers :)

35 comments:

Swarna Prabhu said...

Nice craft work..."4 colors, 6 papers and 12 flowers"
Could find a gud sense of photography from the last pic..Was catchy...

sowmya said...

beautiful work..

Shama Nagarajan said...

nice beautiful work dear..love the colours.....

Chow and Chatter said...

beautiful my husband is from Chennai have been a few times thanks for visiting my blog love yours also Rebecca

sree said...

Pretty work...nice pics

Sweetiepie said...

wow!you are really good in making craft.Those lilies are really beautiful.Thanks for dropping by my blog.can you show us how to makw this?:)

Abhilash Pillai said...

Thank you for the comments nithya..
I really will look forward to follow your suggestions.

I must say you ae really a good artist...

Keep going this way..

Ramya said...

nithya... if u ever plan to start classes.. m joning it right away.. no second thots!!! ok.. m joinign!!

Aruna Manikandan said...

Hi Nithya,
ur blog is great. I love all your arts and crafts. I am going to try some of them.........

Food said...

beautiful :) just beautiful
madhavi
www.blogandsoul.com

Duchess of Tea said...

Hello, thank you for visiting my cottage and for the lovely comment you let behind. You have a gorgeous blog, so cheerful and lovely. I just joined your followers and I am now off to read your posts. Do come over for a visit and some tea soon.

Duchess xx

Parita said...

Those flowers look gorgeous nithya!

Pam said...

I love the last photo too.

En Samaiyal said...

Wow ur Handworks r Amazing yaar ,definetly u must be a proffesional Creator....iam also very much interested in handworks.... will follow u ....Thanx for ur comment visting my space.........

Reshmi Nair said...

HI Nithya,

You rock dear.. Ur blog is wonderful.. One ques please.. let me know where will i get Qrigami paper.. I had searched almost everywhere for this.. but cld not get.. Loved ur origami work..

Super.. Keep going..!!

Regards.
Reshmi

Kamal said...

nice stuff nithya. very interesting, what you can do with paper.

Abhilash Pillai said...

Hey Nithya! pudussh onnum illaye?

Ellam old thane...

Waitin for your new creations...

Arti said...

You are very good with paper..I could never do this kind of art..even for my son's school projects!

Rush said...

origami?
creative you are :)

Reshmi Nair said...

Hi Nits,

Extremly sad if i get those papers only in Chennai.. Coz i'm from Mumbai.. I have searched all art stores but could not find it.. Are there possibilities that i can get these papers in some book stores ?

Regards,
Reshmi

Babli said...

Beautiful craft work. You are a very creative person. I will definitely try this out.

priya said...

excellent work, nithya!!...lovely blog!!!

kevinsubba said...

wow.. really beautiful! awesome. :)

rocksea said...

came thru abhis. great website, it is great to see some origami and crafts. my wife also used to do some origami. in japan, when someone is sick, origami cranes are made by friends and relatives and presented to the person as a "get well soon".

wandering soul said...

WoW! really WoW! these paper crafts are great. I used to love origami when i was a kid.. the colorful lilies look lovely

Glitter Birdie said...

Hey Nits..

Glitterbirdie now has a craft forum...

http://glitterbirdiecrafts.ning.com

Do join

Love

angel from heaven said...

Beautiful craft ideas.Thanks for dropping by my blog will blog roll you and visit again.

Raje said...

wonderfulcraftwork. will visit often to checkout more.

Spardha said...

love them!.. :)

Hema said...

Hi Nitya,

Beautiful flowers. I have some doubts, What is the paper size you took and how u sticked the flowers to the stick? Could you please clarify my doubt. Thanks.

Hema

Nithya said...

Hema: The paper size is 15cm on all sides. Attaching the flower to the stick is the worst part I can say.

First you need to fix a bead on top of a stick using feviquick(Metal one or just a broom stick). Then insert the stick into the flower from top side. Now roll the bottom portion with green tape. You need to roll more of the tape at the bottom part of the flower so that it does not glide down.

Hope you are clear now. Do get back in case of more doubts.

sujitha said...

really inspired by u... salute to my senior... lovely talent!!!

ウィ チョン said...

Hi there. love the colours. very vibrant :>

a little suggestions...
You may like to include some green e.g. handicraft leaves, large, broad leaves (to be placed around the flower) or flower parts, e.g. flower stigma to enhance the overall presentation.

Another thing is that in between the "sharp point", there are 2 flaps. Instead of closing up together, you may consider flip out one of the flap, rather than folding them inward. This will make the flower more natural.

take care :>

SK said...

Hi Nithya,

Can you say where these crepe papers and origami paper can be get in chennai

Sathya

Nithya said...

Thanks for all the comments and suggestions :) I am really glad that you all liked it.

The crepe paper and double crepe papers are available in most of the stationary shops. I would suggest Raja Stores which is in Ranganathan Street(T.Nagar) for all art related goods if you are in Chennai.

The origami papers are available in Hindustan trading company at Royapettah.