How to make quilling paper flowers

How to Make Quilling Paper Orchids - Simple blooms for a tropical mood -- www.thepaperycraftery.com

How to Make Quilling Paper Orchids

There has been a whole lot of green here on The Papery Craftery blog, lately. I’ve been having loads of fun making a bunch of tutorials about different types of quilled leaves and greenery. But I, for one, am really ready for some bright color! So, before we get into the rich tones of autumn, I thought I’d share a post on how to make quilling paper orchids this week. This post contains affiliate links. If you click on the…

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Quilling Paper Tulips ~ The perfect spring craft for quilling beginners! || www.thepaperycraftery.com

Quilling Paper Tulips

This post contains affiliate links. If you click on the links below and make a purchase, I may receive a small compensation to help me finance this site and keep coming up with awesome tutorials and tips! There’s no cost to you, and I only ever include links to companies and products that I trust and work with on a regular basis. Paper quilling and flowers go hand-in-hand. And what says springtime flowers better than tulips! So, this week, I’m…

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How to Make Quilling Paper Mums

How to Make Quilling Paper Mums

My husband seriously loves mums. There is something about seeing all those bright, fluffy flowers in pots at our local garden center (and really, just about everywhere else) that makes him super happy. It might be because he’s just a fall guy, and he’s ready for a break from the summer heat. Maybe he’s looking forward to apple pie and pumpkin-everything. I’m pretty sure the biggest reason he loves mums is because that means it is finally football season! Anyway,…

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How To Make Simple Quilling Paper Flowers Daffodils and Buds

How to Make Simple Quilling Paper Flowers – Daffodils and Buds

When I decided I wanted to make a new series of quilling tutorials about simple spring flowers, it was only fitting that I would start with the Daffodil. Daffodils are the flower that my husband surprised me with on our very first date. I’m pretty sure he plucked them from his parents’ yard, but it’s been a sweet symbol for us ever since.  We also planted some in in the front garden of the house that we have lived in…

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