Quilling is the art of rolled, shaped, and glued paper that results in creating a unified, decorative design. Quilling Card's begins each card with a preliminary drawing of what the card will be. Using a slotted needle tool, they ‘thread’ laser-cut strips of kishu paper (a high-quality, Japanese paper) through the tool and coil it around to create a tight coil. Each shape that makes up a card begins as a tight coil. From there, the coil is relaxed and molded with fingers or tweezers until the desired shape is attained, and is then glued down onto the card. This process is repeated again and again, until the quiller has layered on the entirety of the final design.
Outside Copy: Blank
Inside Copy: Blank
Inside Size: 6in x 6in
All of our cards come with a coordinating envelope, and a short history of quilling on the back of the card. Our square cards require extra postage.