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Advanced Paper Quilling Card Kit

By Quilling Card

$25

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Try your hand at a traditional art form. This paper quilling kit teaches you how to create a more advanced design by rolling and shaping strips of paper. Tools like paper, tweezers, and even access to online tutorials are included to help get you get crafty. The kit contains two templated notecards of one design. Made in Vietnam.

  • Materials: Envelopes & strips: Paper; Quilling pen: Bamboo, metal; Paper cutter: Plastic, metal; Tweezers: Metal
  • Includes: Two printed templates for one design with coordinating envelopes, quilling pen, paper cutter, tweezers, enough paper strips to make cards and to have extra to allow for learning, and an access code for online tutorial video. Glue is not included
  • Instructions: See how-to guide for full instructions
  • Kit makes two greeting cards (6" x 6")
  • Complete kit allows you to learn the centuries old art of quilling
  • Card can take up 2-3 hours to make for those new to quilling
  • Please note: Tools included are sharp and may cause injury if used incorrectly. Not to be used by children without adult supervision. Mailing cards requires extra postage
  • Made in Vietnam
  • Dimensions: 9.25" x 0.75" x 10"
  • Weight: 0.6 lb.
 

About Quilling Card

Artful Greetings

Quilling Cards Maker Huong Wolf decided to move out of the corporate world to pursue her passion for quilling, the traditional art of rolling and shaping paper to create intricate shapes. She and husband Raphael pair up with artisans in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, who handcraft the cards and DIY kits. These workers are paid above-average wages and receive benefits and job training. This commitment from the Wolfs has made them members of the Certified Fair Trade Federation.

The craftsmanship of this team is pretty incredible and we appreciate how this artful approach elevates typical greetings. Want to give quilling a try? A kit has the tools you need to get started, from paper and tweezers to access to online tutorials. You can become a quilling artist in your own right and help keep this centuries-old technique alive.