Hello everyone!
I'm a bit late again at blogging about my latest quilling tutorial. I uploaded the video on my YouTube channel a little over a week ago. I've been so busy I didn't get the chance to blog about it. So here I am on the last day of 2022, blogging about it before midnight! Haha! 

I must admit that this quilling tutorial is the most challenging tutorial I've ever done. Never before have I ever combined so many tutorials in one video. I almost gave up at one point. Shooting the video was tough but not as tough as making a script for the video. There were times when I just didn't know how to explain in words about how to make those vortex shapes. Now I know why some YouTubers who does craft tutorials never talk at all in their videos. They just add music and the video is done! Super easy. But I just can't do that. I always want to talk in my quilling tutorials. It would be weird if I didn't say anything.

In the beginning I didn't plan to combine so many vortex shapes in one video. I only wanted to do one vortex shapes tutorial at a time. That would be less stress for me but I changed my mind and did them all in one video because all those vortex shapes had a similar starting method. So it would only make sense to make one video for all of them. I'm so glad that I managed to complete the video before the year ends. 

I also made some quilling creations using some of the vortex shapes I taught in the video. There is just so many possibilities, so many designs can be created using these vortex shapes. I've only made a few this month. Hope to make more in future.

Here's the video of the Quilling Vortex Shapes Tutorial. Do check it out!


Hello everyone!

It's good to be back here again! I've got a new quilling tutorial for you guys. I'm a bit late in updating about this new tutorial. I uploaded the video on my YouTube channel a few days ago. Actually I got a request to do a tutorial on this quilled star from a lady named Jenny Hand from Facebook. She found a photo of a quilled star on Pinterest, but was unable to understand the directions on how to make it because it was in a foreign language. I didn't ask her what language it was or who was the designer. My mistake there, I should have asked. 

So, since the design is something I'm familiar with, because I've done the quilling combing technique before, and it's always used to make quilling flowers, I agreed to do this tutorial for her. The only difference from the original design is the colour and that I added the plastic rhinestone to make it look prettier. I'm so glad that I managed to make the video on time for her. I wasn't feeling too well lately, so it was good to be able to help her out. Glad she enjoyed the video. Hope you guys will benefit from it as well! :)

Do check out the video below! Thank you! :)

DIY Quilling Paper Organizer

Hello everyone!

I'm sorry I have been missing in action again but this time I guess I went a little to far. It's been months I know. I miss sharing stuff here.Today I have something I'm excited about to share with you quilling lovers out there. Especially quilling beginners who are on a tight budget and loves to recycle stuff like me. If that's you then you would appreciate this post very much.

I do wish that I had done this years ago when I was extremely active in quilling. It would have helped me tremendously with my work. Nevertheless I'm happy that I did it now especially when I am in the process of redecorating my craft room.This quilling paper organizer would definitely stand out.

I have always been having problems storing my quilling papers. I've been keeping them in plastic casings individually according to their colour and placed them all in baskets for years now. All jumbled up together, rarely neatly arranged, no matter how hard I tried. Always looking so messy in the baskets.

So for the past few months now, I have been collecting some empty kitchen towel tubes. They are relatively long enough for my quilling paper. I don't think that it's suitable for those really long quilling paper that one buys from craft stores. 

My quilling paper are made from A4 printing papers. Although it is a little bit longer than the tubes, it's ok because the paper will be placed mostly in the tube itself. So even though the ends of the paper will be seen coming out of the tube, a major part of it will be in it. So the ends of paper won't bend. It will be laying straight along the tube. Each tube can fit hundreds of quilling paper. So I will have enough space for all my quilling paper from now onward. Awesome! 

I made a video tutorial of how to make the organizer for the quilling paper and I uploaded the video on my YouTube channel. If you are interested to see how it's done, do check it out a the video below. I do appreciate it a lot. Thank you so much! :)

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