What I did for my mom’s Birthday..


It was my my mother’s birthday. I wanted to make a gift myself for her as usual…

I USUALLY do a quilling earring for her birthday or anniversary. This time I had debated on whether to prepare a caramel custard. But the last time I tried doing that, it had melted and we had to drink a caramel milkshake.


So I crossed caramel custard from my list.

Other than that I know how to make loom bands and scooby wires. But I KNOW that she adores quilling. So quilling it was!

I searched all over the internet for something pretty and finally found it. There were two designs and I couldn’t decide which one to do. So I decided on doing both. There was not enough time and I had to be faster. I had exams coming up and was busy with my studies. But I found plenty of time on Saturday(the day when my exam ended.)

I got some paper quilling white strips from my friend.(btw the combination was blue and white. Blue and green for the grape based earring:))

I hustled up in dabbing the gum and rolling the paper while my mom was asleep.

I know that it’ll look good on the blue tops she has…here’s the picture

My brother had already prepared a greeting card. So now,all the work was done!

Now I still had the party to look forward to. It was not a surprise party. Just a small party for all our relatives and family members.

My Mother was so pleased with the earrings,that she wore them for the party. Everyone admired it.(I was not so happy with the earrings though. I thought I could’ve made it better, don’t you?)

At the end of the day I knew I could say that this was another perfect birthday…




2 thoughts on “What I did for my mom’s Birthday..

  1. ‘caramel milkshake’ 😂
    I loved the grape based earrings 🙂 really nice. Also, you can try using quilling comb. The designs are really awesome with quilling combs!

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