I love this little Christmas tree by Tracey from Quilly Nilly. The perfect little centerpiece or deco for the mantelpiece. Find her on facebook here.
These little bells and holly are lovel! I imagine they could be used as ornaments or as decoration on your mantelpiece, centerpiece, etc. Instructions for making them are included here in the original post.
Looking to make some realistic looking pine branches? Here is a great tutorial from A Journey Into Quilling.
This 3D pine tree in a snowglobe is amazing! These would make great gifts. This was made by Neha from The Quilled Rainbow. You can get a snowglobe kit to make your own custom design (without putting water in it of course haha)
Now this is a tree that is to be made and then brought out each Christmas and passed down. Look at the detail in the little additions! This beauty was made by Pat from Whimsiquills and she shares the pattern for the basic tree here on her blog.
As every quiller knows, some of the most inspirational quilling work is done by Yulia Brodskaya! Here are a few of her amazingly gorgeous holiday themed pieces. This snowflake is multilayered and so eye catching!
I’m sure I’m not the only one who cannot see the word NOEL without singing Christmas carols in my head 😉
This beautiful piece is not necessarily just for the holidays, it is a great gift for anyone year round. But I thought it still fit in well with this theme, and it is so pretty and well done! This is made by Ariel Sinyee from Sinyee Craft on Etsy. Find her on Twitter here.
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