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New Quilling Book – “Creative Paper Quilling”

Welcome to the Creative Paper Quilling blog hop.   For those landing here first, I am so pleased to share the news – Annie’s Paper Craft (the creative force behind CardMaker Magazine) has just released a new quilling book, Creative Pape...
by The Art of Quilling on Nov 5, 2013

Quilled Snowflake Design Graces Paper Plates

This is a quick post, but I just had to share.  Our oldest daughter dropped by at lunch and showed me these paper plates she found at an after Christmas sale.  These are regular paper plates, but the design printed on them is a beautiful all over p...
by The Art of Quilling on Feb 3, 2011

Create a Custom Mat for Your Quilling

I create a lot of quilling for sale and for the most part, I like to frame it under glass.   Since I have no idea where my quilling will find a home, I feel better knowing it has that extra protection.  Custom framing is expensive, but there are r...
by The Art of Quilling on Sep 14, 2010

Spring Quilling — Easter Egg

It has been a very cold, wet winter, which is unusual for Georgia.  We have had more snow than I can remember in years and I am so looking forward to spring.  I was surfing the web looking for a poem or saying to go with this post that waxed poetic...
by The Art of Quilling on Mar 15, 2010

Announcing New Quilling ePattern

After numerous requests, I am pleased to announce the release of my Quilled Floral Heart Wreath ePattern that was recently featured in the blog post, Enhance Your Quilling with Blending Chalks.    Whether you want to embellish a wedding card, creat...
by The Art of Quilling on Feb 24, 2010

Quilled Stencil Rose

In my last post (Groovy Birthday Wishes) I talked about the very popular technique of filling in an outline with quilling to form a design.   Normally, your piece of quilled art would be glued on top of your background surface like I did with the bo...
by The Art of Quilling on Jan 15, 2010


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