The quilling is all quite simple. First, I made two hearts by joining pairs of teardrops, using deep red strips that I had run through my crimping machine. The crimping gives extra body to quilled coils: they tend to retain their tension when you remove them from your coiling tool, and because of that they are quite easy to shape into matching pairs. I used two half-length strips to make the teardrops for the smaller heart, and two full-length ones for the big heart.
If you are a first-time visitor to Quilliance, do have a look around while you are here - I'd be delighted to welcome you as a Follower.
Then, when you are ready, hop off to the next Life Is Sweet destination at Suzana's Quilling With Fun blogspot.
In case you've got lost along the way, here's the complete list of sweet hopping blogs for today's event:
North American Quillers:
Linda - http://www.krazyquilling.com/
Shruti - http://eenzybeenzy.blogspot.com/
Cheryl - http://cardsbycheryl.blogspot.com/
South American Quiller:
Regina - http://regina-ribeiro.blogspot.com/
Philippa - http://quilliance.blogspot.com/
Suzana - http://quillingwithfun.blogspot.com/
Jacquline - http://cutekipepeo.blogspot.com/
Bronwyn - http://quillme.blogspot.com/