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Great Hand Lotion After a Long Quilling Session

It is so important to keep your hands clean while quilling.  The little bits and pieces of dried glue from your finger tips can make a beautiful piece of quill art look dirty and messy.  You will want to wash and dry your hands constantly as you qu...
by The Art of Quilling on Nov 30, 2012

Birthday Card with Quilled Flower Accent

A dear friend of mine, Sharon, recently had a birthday and I wanted to craft her a quilling card to celebrate the occasion. I have a very hard time using border punches and when I saw this lovely strip on the program of a wedding I attended rece...
by The Art of Quilling on Sep 9, 2012

Quilling a Graduation Card

My niece recently graduated from the University of Georgia.  She has always been so complimentary of my quilling that I wanted to make her a special card rather than purchase one off the shelf.    The card turned out to be more of a challenge than...
by The Art of Quilling on May 13, 2012

Ready Made Framing Options for Quilling

Having your quilled art custom framed can send a quality piece over the top, but it can also be quite expensive, especially if you are framing a piece for a gift or to sell.    Regular off the shelf frames are a much less expensive option, but...
by The Art of Quilling on Mar 17, 2012

Quilling Extras

Quilling paper and tools are fairly inexpensive compared to other art supplies, but the extras added to a project can drive up the cost.  If you are making a lot of cards and quilled gifts, here are some tips to help keep the cost of supplies down a...
by The Art of Quilling on Feb 25, 2012


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