A Guide to Quilling Flowers

A Guide to Quilling Flowers

by Helen Walter
     
 
Quilling is the art of rolling thin paper strips into different shapes to form delightful filigreed touches for greeting cards, gift wrappings, and decorative boxes. These 40 floral quilled designs include delicate versions of climbing wild sarsaparilla, bougainvillea, and foxglove, plus many varieties of orchid and cacti. The simple cutting and winding techniques are

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Quilling is the art of rolling thin paper strips into different shapes to form delightful filigreed touches for greeting cards, gift wrappings, and decorative boxes. These 40 floral quilled designs include delicate versions of climbing wild sarsaparilla, bougainvillea, and foxglove, plus many varieties of orchid and cacti. The simple cutting and winding techniques are clearly shown and feature basic shapes such as coils, teardrops, diamonds, triangles, and stars.

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Library Journal
Quilling, or coiled paper decoration, is a craft from the past that has recently revived, and quilling supplies are now found in large craft shops. The delicate, airy look of coiled paper glued to a white card background is well suited to these easy projects for Australian flowers. A section of basic quilling techniques is included along with projects for 40 flowers. Suitable for public library crafts collections. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781863513067
Publisher:
Milner, Sally Publishing Pty, Limited
Publication date:
04/01/2003
Series:
Milner Craft Series Series
Pages:
112
Sales rank:
626,828
Product dimensions:
5.76(w) x 10.22(h) x 0.32(d)

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