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Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia
Ordinary muslimah. Say, 'LailahaIllallah, Muhammadur Rasulullah'. Islam is the way of life. Age: 248 months (update: 18/08/11), Currently studying as a Medical student (future Muslimah Doctor insyaAllah) at IIUM Kuantan.

Monday, July 18, 2011

New Addiction- Quilling

Salam'alaykum wbt...

Apa khabar iman? Diharapnya dalam keadaan yang mekar indah, kian bersinar di sinari cahaya mentari. =) Agak puitis di situ.

Well, it's been a while since I update this blog. Not that I dont have time to do so. But, I'm actually not being healthy for the past few days. So, I can hardly move around, not being able to do most of my daily routine. But Alhamdulillah... Here I am... Being rewarded by Allah SWT another chance to live, approaching Ramadhan, insyaAllah.

I'm not gonna write anything more than that anyways. Just would like to share with all of you my current craft addiction, which is Quilling. It's a craft that you can made just by using few tools and papers. Looks easy... and it's not that hard actually. You can just google for some videos and steps to start learning by your ownself. It's that easy. Unlike my previous craft addiction (which I'm still addicted to..), most of them really takes your time, stressing the eye, hands, and brain. For this one, Quilling, it's not that hard, at all.

For new beginners especially, usually quillers sell Quilling Beginners kit for you to purchase (which cost around a hundred plus) so that you can start quilling, following the tutorials given. So, you wont go astray. Hehee... It's not hard. Trust me. I know. To be a quiller, you dont need to have any skills of sewing or knitting or beading or anything! You just need to know how to twirl the paper. Isn't that easy? So, here I would like to share among quilling artwork from famous and skillful quillers such as Inna, Chan, Alli, Lin and few others.

And many more.
I have to admit that I love international quillers MORE than national quillers. Why? Because they love to share their knowledges and help other people to be as good as they are. Unlike national (Malaysian) quillers, they always keep their knowledge as a secret. =.="

That's all for today. May Allah bless us all. Ameen.



  1. Nad Izza, thank you very much for your kind comment on my blog and good luck with quilling!

  2. Thanks Inna for visiting my blog! I'm flattered... Seriously... teehee... InsyaAllah, I'll try my best ya! (^_*)

  3. Hi there, looking for a quilling artist for an advertising project. Please write to umran.shaikh@saatchime.com if interested.

  4. Assalamualaikum
    Alhmdulillah this is beautiful job