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Art quilling template Fuchsia Bouquet
Art quilling template Fuchsia Bouquet
Art quilling template Fuchsia Bouquet
Art quilling template Fuchsia Bouquet
A3 art template with instruction for the beautiful fuchsia bouquet.
Art-quilling is for experienced Quiller- the instructions are not detailed and you can vary yourself.
Make your shapes directly on top of the 1:1 template.
Leave the plastic bag on.
Place the template on a foamboard so you can stick the needles.

Level 6 out of 7

In the template is a Instruction and an A3 cardboard attached to stick the bouquet on.
You also need:
A3 foam board, quilling pen, glue, 3mm double-adhesive tape, scissors, crimper, needles, 2 combs, tweezers. 5 mm Strips:
Grassgreen, Pistachio II, Polar, lux violet, ivory, christmas green, pistacchio, Army green, violet, lampone red, cherry

Karen-Marie says:
Ever since my grandfather showed me how fuchsia flowers look like little dancers, I have loved this flower and I think it's nice to make in quilling. I have been inspired by antique quilling art by framing the bouquet.
The frame can also be made in a single color - just like the fuchsia can have many other color variations - I have chosen the classic fuchsia colors.
It gives a great effect to fill the white fields with quilling "s'es" - i that case the stamen should not be cut but kept 5mm in width.
Have a lot of paper fun.
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Art quilling template Fuchsia Bouquet

EUR 10.89
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Item number: 071

Karen-Marie Klip & Papir A/S and Papirmuseets By A/S are under the same roof. We live in a 800m2 large house, build as a town with streets, a café, papermuseum, storage and production facilities. You can easily spend a day in Papirmuseets By A/S in Gråsten - bringing back home a lot of inspiration for the most beautiful quilling projects, origami, ideas for cards, invitations, bags etc.
You can be creative yourself - take a seat in the café and just go ahead, we will gladly help you.
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During the renaissance, nuns and monks used quilling to decorate book covers and religious items. The paper used was strips of paper trimmed from the gilded edges of books. These gilded paper strips were then rolled to create the quilled shapes.
Quilling is a technique that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped and glued together to create decorative designs.

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