Do-it-yourself quilling postcards: master class with step by step photo
A card in quilling technique is a wonderful gift for any holiday. A little patience and fantasy, and you can congratulate all your loved ones with their help.
So, for any holiday you can prepare a surprise in the form of a quilling postcard if you come up with a good idea for it in advance.
Do-it-yourself quilling postcards: master class with step-by-step photo
Quilling a postcard for March 8 International Women'sday
This is easy - just paste the green circle onto the folded lilac cardboard sheet in half.
Glue the green circle
And cut a lot of short narrow white stripes.
The ends of the strips are twisted in one direction with the help of a stick.
Twist the ends of the strips
Take a yellow long strip and turn it into a roll.
Make a few more small yellow rolls, giving them the shape of rings.
Making small yellow rolls
Big roll glue in the center of the green circle and paste over with white stripes.
Glue the white stripes and yellow roll
A small spread over the bottom of the sheet, also pasting them with white stripes of shorter length.Next, place one green leaflet at a time.
Making small flowers with a leaf
You have it will turn out to be a flower glade, which you can donate on March 8!
Postcard for March 8th
Quilling postcard for February 23 Defender of the Fatherland Day
And even on the most feminine holiday - February 23 - you can make quilling postcards.p>
Design the main background as a khaki.
Background in appliqué technique
Trim one edge of the “title” sheet in a semicircle.
Cover it with yellow quilling rings. Inside, put the inscription "23".
Glue the yellow rings
Also decorate the figures" 23 "with paper rolls.Postcard in the quilling technique on February 23 - it's ready!
We twist a few small pink rolls. From blue paper we twist a blue roll. One side of the blue roll is made straight.