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I have never tried quilling although I probably did as a child but didn’t realise that it had a name. Hi, I am from India, and would love to seek your help in which sealant shall I use for sealing my quilling craft pendants and earrings to have a shine and stiffness..
Fab looking tutorial – I have just got back from buying quilling supplies so will be trying this later!! Start by inserting your strip of paper into your slotted quilling tool and roll it just a bit. When you have rolled so that the folded triangle portion cannot be seen anymore it is time to fold your strip backwards again.
Continue folding your paper and rolling, making sure the top flares out while the bottom always stays close to the quilling tool. Click HERE to find where you can purchase paper quilling supplies – many sources listed from around the globe! This tutorial will show you how to make your own paper quilled daisy earrings.  These daisy flowers are one of the basic quilling shapes, so they are great for a beginner to make!  This tutorial was first published on Red Ted Art, but I wanted to post it here as well with some additional guidance. These daisies can also be used as decoration for greeting cards, frames, magnets, and even put onto hairclips!  This tutorial includes basic quilling instructions as well!
I enjoyed your instructions but found none for the very last photo where the flowers have a black border or tape or?


Thank you for your comment ?? In the tutorial I use the two colors of orange for the flower. Hi Priya ?? I have heard several complaints about this quilling paper shiner that is sold in India. Sadly, I don’t think there is any way to fix what has happened ?? definitely don’t use that brand of quilling shiner anymore, though! I first met Honey few months ago when I joined a collaborative ebook prokect – Make It Easy.
It really is easier than you think – I remember it from childhood and MUST give it another go myself! The big secret to using a topcoat is to do very thin coats allowing them to dry between applications. If they don’t turn out right the first time, keep on trying, it can take some practice! I could give you some tips if I could see a picture of the rose you have made, feel free to email me a picture at [email protected] Otherwise all I can say is that you do have to make more than a couple roses to get the hang of it, so keep trying!
Almost any paper glue will work just fine, though there are some that have features that make them nicer to use.
If you want a black border, use black as the shorter outside piece instead of the darker orange (and of course use any color you wish for the middle.


If you don’t use sealant, then you must be careful not to get the hairclip wet, get hairspray on it, handle it roughly, etc. Look for the name brands I mentioned in my reply to Priya and get one to use in the future. Most of these will work for paper quilling to make it stiff, shiny, more durable, and water resistant. If it is something you wanted to wear just once like a wedding, then you don’t have to use sealant. There are many alternate things you can use to seal and make your earrings shiny such as mod podge, crystal coat glaze, PPA (perfect paper adhesive) and more. The angle of which you fold the paper can make a difference in your design, as well as the placement of the bottom edge of the paper on the tool while you are rolling. If you are making fun little projects like gift tags, you don’t need to worry much about the glue you are using. If, on the other hand, you are making things to last like nice framed pieces, then you’ll want to choose a high quality glue.



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