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Friday, July 27, 2012

Flowers & Twigs - New Quilling Technique Tutorial

How to Make The Petal -New Techniques

Step 1
Take 2 strips of different colors (paste one end together) or a single strip and paste it round your quilling needle handle to form a ring.

Step 2
Wrap the rest of the strip round the first circle  to make the usual coil, allow to unwind and gum it. once completed it will look like the above.

Step 3
Take the coil  and hold it between your thumb and forefinger on either side and push  the top towards  the bottom right in the middle with a sharp object  or your quilling needle, while pushing the two sides together.

Step 4
While still pressing the sides together, take a new strip and encircle it around the petal as shown above, and gum it and viola !! you got your petal.

Step 5
Now for the centre, make a fringed flower by using a 3mm un-fringed strip for the centre and 5mm fringed strip and for the outer black petals, use 7mm , but fringe it wide and have only around 8 to 10 cuts. Use your own color combination.

Step 6
Stick the petals to the fringed flower slightly angled up. The easiest way is to allow the glue to dry a bit and get sticky before you paste it.



12 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing, Christine. Nice!

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  2. Beautiful petal, thanks for inspiration!!!

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  3. Thanks for sharing! You can name a new technique!

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  4. Very beautiful technique.Thanks for sharing !

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  5. Thanks, I'm glad you found it useful.

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  6. I have made flowers based on this technique they did not turn out like yours but i liked them and have linked this tutorial in my post.

    here is link if you would like o visit :
    http://reusingwithquilling.blogspot.in/2012/09/purpleyellow-and-pink.html

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  7. Pięknie wykonane... Thanks :)

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  8. It's a really pretty flower,and I've not come across this technique anywhere else.It's so kind of you to share all of your work as tutorials;as a relatively new quiller,I really appreciate it. The Christmas poinsettia was beautiful as well.

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  9. Thank you for the appreciation. I hope my tutorials help you to become great at quilling. Happy quilling.

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  10. wow lovely flower, would definitely try and give your reference link, first time here ,love to see other tutorials

    kavitha vadhri
    www.snapkavi.blogspot.com

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    1. Love your work Kavitha. Your cards are amazing.
      CHris

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