Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Graduation Album

Hellooooooo, pretty dolls!

How are? Hahaha it's been more than half year I did not write anything on my blog. Pardon me, seriously I was truly busy and did nothing about paper quilling things. Too bad, yes I know. My times was consumed by a lot of works and study that I have to deal with. Well, since the last semester I am finally takin my master of art degree, taking communication studies as my major. A lot of things happened, a lot of changes happened. My life which is previously filled with busy works then become way busier with writing, researching, exam, tasks, and so on. However, I consciously choose to go back to school and pursue my master degree, so I enjoy it.

Well, talking about school. I just finished my final exam on the first semester and now having a -quite- long holiday. Actually, I am planning to start writing my thesis proposal, having quality discussion with my friends, and finishing some works. Besides that, I also want to start doing some quilling projects again since I do miss my colorful paper! :D

Before I start to post some new quilling works that I will -SOON- make, I am going to post one of my paper quilling works which I made in 2011. Talking about school, I was graduate from my bachelor degree on 2011 and had so many photo sessions. I took a session with my family, a session with our friends, and a session with my man. Right after I had my photos printed, I got no clue where would I save them. I went to some shops to find cute photo album but found nothing. So, I decided to create it by my self.

Actually, I made it from recycled materials. It was wedding invitation,old ribbon, and old black manila paper. I did not want to trash the invitation but it almost impossible to keep them at the same time, so I thought it better for me to turn it into a new form.

I put all the photos of my session with our friends on it. Too bad, I did not shoot the inside part. Hope to be able to share some good news and new creation in super soon. So many ideas are running through my head. See you later, dolls!

Syaifa Tania

Paper Quilling Handmade and Created by Syaifa Tania
Photographed by Christa Adhi Dharma