Friday, March 6, 2009

Quilled Roses Using A Spiral Punch

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17 comments:

  1. I've seen the quilled snowflakes and would love to learn how to make those! I know it's not the season for them, but maybe i need the next 8 months to practice! ;)

    DaiquiriDiva from Curbly

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  2. These are really cute roses. I haven't done any quilling for ages but this makes me want to give them a try.

    Thanks much

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  3. You tube never works for me... It only works long enough to tease me with the beginning of the videos then stops loading... I'd love to see the finished rose if you have a picture... I bet it's awesome :o) Thanks for sharing :o)

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  4. Great technique and so easy!
    I would love to see some husking videos.

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  5. Monica Thanks for another brilliant tutorial, I have never tried quilling myself but seeing your video today has made me want to have a go !!

    I'd love to see snowflakes too... I've already started on my Christmas cards lol

    Julie xx

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  6. Wow, I must have a try at these, they are so neat. I'd love to see more videos on other flowers - you make it seem so straight forward whilst books just seem to confuse me.

    Beryl
    xx

    http://nannabeeshive.blogspot.com

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  7. Wow! Just found your tutorial through PCP. Fantastic tutorial!!! I can't wait to give this a try!

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  8. This is nice! i've never seen anything with a spiral punch before. I would love to see a video on husking. Thanks for sharing your videos.
    nani dp

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  9. That was very interesting. Someone gave me a card a couple of years ago with quilled flowers on it and I am still displaying it. Good to see how it's done.
    Dawn

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  10. These don't look difficult to make, you really make it look 'easy'. Thanks for the chance!

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  11. The punch makes it easier I must say. ITs anyday better than drawing and the cutting it into spiral.I just love these flowers.

    archana88pandurangi@gmail.com

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  12. What beautiful little roses! They must take a lot of patience. I will definitely have a go:0)

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  13. so beautiful... never thought of using non-straight paper!

    Amazing. Will be subscribing



    me@bethaney.co.uk

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  14. Thanks so much for the tutorial. I was considering starting quilling but had no clue how. I even got a tool and strips and realized I didn't know where to begin. I am going to give this a try. Keep doing the tutorials and sharing your creations. I enjoyed reading your blog!

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  15. I like quilling but haven't made anything for ages. I feel inspired to have another go.

    craftyccc@googlemail.com

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  16. I got a spiral punch after watching the tutorial the first time and it really does work and I quilled my first rose! I am thrilled....thanks so much!

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  17. I really enjoyed this tutorial. I had no idea you could make a rose out of a spiral punch! Now I am going to have to try that! Thanks for the video. annejala@sbcglobal.net

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