Happy Easter! He is ALIVE!
Here’s a simple quilled card project I made that is featured in “CardMaker” magazine – March 2010 issue, page 17. It’s part of their “Quill It Easy” section.
If you want to learn how to make the spiral roses, then check out my video clip on the Quilled Creations’ website. They are very easy to roll and create! I actually prefer making these spiral roses (instead of the folded rose) for my gift cards, wedding frames, gift boxes, etc.
Here are some other ways to use these lovely quilled roses! The topiary in this picture is about 3-inches high. BUT…
…check out what one of my customers did…
Wow! Sue Cox emailed me this picture of her topiary she made last summer and it blew me away! Talk about being inspired!
Here’s how she did it:
“I made this 21-inches tall topiary using approximately 1100 of your “Spiral Roses”. I spread this project out over several weeks but believe it took around 80 hours to complete. The top Styrofoam ball was 3-inch in diameter before decorating and the bottom was 5-inch. I simply bought a bright gold finished plastic pot and placed the topiary inside. I glued it onto the bottom and then placed large smooth river rocks
to hide the bottom .”
Thanks Sue for your extreme quilled creation!