Friday, October 8, 2010

Congrate Quilling Card

Good Morning Everyone!
I made this card for Janet.   I made some wedding announcements for her a few weeks ago. 

I learned how to make a similar roses last year but I never really like them.  I didn't know why.  Then the other day I was looking through my quilling strips and saw these roses and thought that I'll give them another try and I LOVE it!

You will need 9 pieces of 1/2" square of paper and one small 5 petal punch for the base. 

I cut a tiny bit off on each side. This step was not necessary.
Then cut a small slit in the center.

and glue them like shown and curl the two corners outward.

Use the 5 petal punch for base. Glue each rose petal like shown
For the roses center you can use pearls or the flowers stamen if you don't have the quilling strips.

You can also fine more tutorial at Quilling with whimsiquill

Thank you for stopping by.  Have a wonderful weekend!



unicorn said...

The card is so beautiful:)))Love the flowers you`ve made and thanks so much for this tutorial:)))

Monica said...

What a stunner this card is... love it. Such beauties - those flowers. Love the colour combo too.

xxx Monica

Monica said...

Thanks for the instructions to these beauties...

xxx Monica

Gaby said...

What a lovely card. And the roses are really pretty.

Have a great weekend!

eva said...

Thank you very much for the lesson

Ann said...

Beautiful card and I love the roses. Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial. I'll have to give these a try, just love the way they look on your card.

sucor said...

Gorgeous! Thank you very much for sharing your how-to!

Creative Grammie said...

Such a beautiful card Helen. I love the roses; thanks for sharing your tutorial with us.

Michelle said...

Hi Helen

Great card! Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial. I will have to give these a try they look fabulous.

Michelle :-)

Cami said...

Beautiful card, Helen! Love love love your roses and I thank you for sharing your wonderful tutorial. Great pics and explanation. I must try this! You are so creative and inspiring! Hugs, Cami

Rae said...

Lovely card. I'm sure the recipient was quite impressed. You know I love all your flowers!

Quill Pill said...

Great tutorial. Thank you so much for sharing!

Ellen Taylor said...

gorgeous flowers! tfs