Hi everyone. This is my purple paper quilled flower. Would you like to know how to make it?
First I made eight little petals. I used a quilling circle board like the one you see here to make sure that the petals were even. Then I pinched them to make them into a teardrop shape.
For the middle of the flower I made a tight circle for the center. Then I used the tweezers to hold the petal and dip the tip of it into glue. Then I used the tweezers to stick the petals to the middle. I pinned it down to my workboard to dry.
This flower could be used for a pendant, but make sure to put sealant on it (click here to view lots of posts about using sealant for jewelry). It can also be used for a card decoration, a magnet, or other things.
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