Quilling Paper Flowers

Quilling Paper Rosettes - Fold tiny flowers with quilling paper to make amazing ombré Easter eggs | ThePaperyCraftery.com

Quilling Paper Rosettes

This week’s project is a mix between origami and quilling. Whether used alone or in with other types of quilling, these tiny flowers can add a serious “wow”! Let’s make some quilling paper rosettes! 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…

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Quilling Paper Coneflowers ~ Say goodbye to summer with new quilling techniques for these colorful coneflowers || www.ThePaperyCraftery.com

Quilling Paper Coneflowers

You never know where you’re going to find inspiration for your quilling. The idea for this post came from a recent issue of Better Homes & Gardens magazine. As soon as I saw the bright, open blooms on the cover, I knew I had to figure how to quill them. So I set to work, and after some time experimenting, I can share them with you today. This week, I’m making quilling paper coneflowers. This post contains affiliate links. If you click…

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Quilling Paper Water Lilies ~ Brush up on your 3D quilling and quilling comb techniques with my latest tutorial || www.ThePaperyCraftery.com

Quilling Paper Water Lilies

It has been one very wet spring so far, here in Delaware. Our backyard is so soggy, it reminds me of a swamp. And swamps remind me of frogs. And frogs remind me of the lily pad and water lily post I’ve been wanting to work on. So, while I was waiting for our backyard to dry out, I got busy rolling paper. And now I’m sharing a tutorial all about quilling paper water lilies! This post contains affiliate links. If you…

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Quilling Paper Cherry Blossoms ~ One of the first signs of the spring season in quilling! || www.ThePaperyCraftery.com

Quilling Paper Cherry Blossoms

  Right now, from where I’m sitting, I can see buds on the tree outside my window. Spring has (almost) sprung everyone! One of the most iconic spring celebrations on the East Coast is the cherry blossom festival in Washington, D.C. Even though D.C. is just a short drive for us, I’ve never actually made it there to see the trees in bloom. But this year, I’m bringing the festival to me and sharing some quilling paper cherry blossoms! This…

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How to Make a Quilling Paper Flower with the Husking Technique - Light and fluttery flower petals with loads of texture -- www.thepaperycraftery.com

The Husking Technique

It’s been a few crazy weeks around here. There’s been loads of school holidays, family visits, and taking advantage of the unseasonably warm weather. Plus, throw in Halloween, and we’ve been just swamped! So, after regrouping and tackling a bunch of house stuff that I’ve been putting off Iast week, I’m back with another tutorial, this time on the husking technique! This post contains affiliate links. If you click on the links below and make a purchase, I may receive a…

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Beehive Quilling ~ Add some lightness and dimension to your quilling projects with this simple, but impressive technique! || www.thepaperycraftery.com

Beehive Quilling Technique

When I first started sharing my quilling tutorials online, one of the first emails I received was asking if I could demonstrate how to do beehive quilling. But not only did I not know how to roll beehive coils, I have never even heard of them! Now I’m starting to see it more and more. And, after some research and practice, I’m finally ready to share a quick introduction to the beehive quilling technique! This post contains affiliate links. If you…

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