Paper Quilling

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Paper Quilling offers so many 3-D possibilities.  Here’s a quick video tutorial to share some of the basics to get you started!


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  1. Mary, this card with the quilling is adorable and your quick and easy tutorial takes all the ?’s out of it. I’ve often thought I’d like to try quilling, but was intimidate thinking I needed yet another whole set of tools. I was pleasantly surprised to hear from your tutorial to use what we already have. I’m definitely going to give this new look (to me) a try. Thanks so much for sharing.

  2. Hi M: I give some of my cards in person . . . meaning quilling isn’t subject to getting squished in the mail. This is probably the best option. However, if you are mailing, I suggest you use a cushioned envelope and possibly cardboard to try and keep the quilling protected . . . I’m sure there’s a more ingenious way . . . quilling is a new thing for me, too! Hugs, M

  3. Mary, I love Quilling but only did a bunch of Christmas ornaments one year and then stopped! Not sure why. When you mail cards with quilling on them, do you mail them any special way?
    Thanks so much for relighting my quilling interests:)


  4. Mary,
    I stumbled upon your site by accident a couple of months ago and have been hooked with all you share! You inspire me! Thank you for sharing!

  5. My mil was a quiller in the past. I had sort of lost interest but your demo and projects me want to learn and use for myself. Thank you

  6. Thank you for this tutorial! It helps me to be able to “see” the technique being done 🙂

  7. I’ve always liked the look of paper quilling but never knew how to attach it. Thanks for the tips Mary!

  8. Very pretty card! Thank you for the nice simple tutorials!

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