Blog Posts - Quilling With Kids



Quilled Chalkboard Ornament for Teacher

I was looking around the craft store yesterday and came across some small chalkboard ornaments in the unfinished wood section (Craftwood brand make by Darice). At 2-in x 3-in, these little chalkboards are the perfect size for a gift tag ornament and...
by The Art of Quilling on Nov 21, 2012

Quilled Valentine Lollipop Covers

Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, but there is still time to make some fun candy covers.  This would be a great quilling project to do together with the kids since you can make your own lollipop covers as simple or elaborate as you wish.  For th...
by The Art of Quilling on Feb 7, 2012

Quilled Bookmark

     This quilled bookmark is a good project for children because it is quick and easy to do.  And since the quilling is glued onto a wooden base, it becomes very durable, even for little ones who may not be as gentle with the paper coils as adu...
by The Art of Quilling on May 31, 2011

Quilled Puzzle Piece Magnet

I really appreciate all of the feedback I receive from my newsletter subscribers and blog readers.   One request that I hear quite often is for more quilling projects made from recycled materials, which is great because I enjoy creating them!   Se...
by The Art of Quilling on Jun 6, 2010

St. Patrick’s Day Quilling with Kids

While looking around the web for St. Patrick’s Day craft inspiration I ran across Pumpkin Petunia’s free lucky penny template.  Jo-Ann, a very crafty mom, created the template for her kids to use as a classroom handout for St. Patrick...
by The Art of Quilling on Mar 6, 2010

Halloween Mommy & Me Quilling Class

We had a fun time quilling at the recent Mommy & Me quilling class.  It was the first time I had taught a class with children, but they did great, as you can see! … I will be teaching a beginner Christmas quilling class on Thursday, Novemb...
by The Art of Quilling on Oct 23, 2009

Quilling with Kids — Ms. Pumpkin Head

My youngest daughter would tell you she is craft-challenged when it comes to the actual execution of a project, but she is as crafty as they come and has great ideas.  The other day we were discussing Halloween and she suggested that I quill a face...
by The Art of Quilling on Oct 18, 2009


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