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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Inna Dorman - Quilling

An engineer by profession, Inna Dorman from Israel is a SAHM of 3 kids. A talented paper-crafter, she's an avid quilling fan and has a blog devoted mostly to this art.

* Quilling or paper filigree is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. The paper is wound around a quill to create a basic coil shape. The paper is glued at the tip and the coil shaped, these shaped coils are arranged to form flowers, leaves, and various ornamental patterns similar to ironwork.

Be blown away by some of her amazing pieces !!

Praying mantis in 3-D quilling

Miniature Flower Pots

Butterfly In A Shadow Box


Miniature Hanukiyot

Quilling In Fishbowl

Flowers Of Israel

Quilled Moth and Flowers In A Shadow Box

3D Mouse


  1. I have never heard of that but wow is she amazing at it. So super talented! Have a wonderful Monday V :)

  2. This is so amazing, I've never seen anything like it before. What lovely, beautiful work she does - and all from pieces of strip paper! What won't they think of next - the genius if creativity that some people have is unbelievable.

  3. a very well-known artist i know makes very good money doing this and has quite a reputation across Europe. But I think your SAHM is just as good as far as I'm concerned.

    http://www.artnet.com/Artists/LotDetailPage.aspx?lot_id=3B70F3DA822B250DF4752601ABD9AB82 (here's a sample from the artist I know)

  4. Super neat!!!! Stopping by and new follower from MBC. :)

  5. You always find the most amazing and unusual things!! These are cool :)


  6. Once again...thanks for sharing more beautiful, amazing works of art!

    I love the mini flower pots and the mouse :o)

    Blessings & Aloha!

  7. Wow, those are just gorgeous! The time and patience it must take to make those. I particularly enjoyed the butterfly in the shadowbox.

  8. These are beautiful! What a lovely talent! Thanks for sharing these creations.

  9. That's amazing- I can't believe what beauty was created using paper!