It is “Throwback Thrusday” time 🙂 And what better way to write about my first typography using quilling than TBT.
First anniversary is very special to every couple. A year of being together – laughing, smiling, crying, fighting and of course getting to know each other better. Mine was no different and we enjoyed every bit of the new life together.
Therefore a gift befitting our life together for the year and years to come was absolutely necessary. My hands were itching to do a typography in quilling and I decided that the anniversary gift would be the best for using that technique.
Here comes the first post from Apratim. This project is part of a Quill Along, conducted by Erin Perkins Curet of Little Circles for all the quilling lovers out there. This is the second Quill Along that I participated in and it has been a wonderful experience learning from quillers across the world.
It all started with an email announcing the next Quill Along during the months of March & April of 2016. As much as I wanted to skip it (due to sheer laziness on my part), the design (picture below) caught my attention and I immediately decided to register for the Quill Along (registration is required so that the e-mails are directed to you on purpose and not randomly).