Mini Flower Pot – YouTube Clip

Easter is coming and what a sweet way to give out candy treats! The pretty colors in this little flower pot makes me think of spring! And oh how I can’t wait…snow is melting here – finally!!

I really love miniature techniques because you can make so many different three-dimensional objects with paper strips. I prefer using 1/4-inch (6 mm) wide paper because it’s more “forgiving” when I shape my pieces.

If you remember, I did a similar project like this last year with pictures, “Easter Basket“, but this time I have a YouTube video! For those of you who don’t like reading instructions (like me!), this video shows the “3x Tucking Rule” that I write in all of my 3D Quilling Kits. I showed this at CHA, so it only has text and music.


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6 Responses to “Mini Flower Pot – YouTube Clip”

  1. Ash says:

    I’m so SO glad you showed the 3x Tucking Rule, Alli! Up until now I have been gluing ALL my strips together, a rather tedious process (esp. when gluing over 30 feet of strips to make the brim for just one witch’s hat)! Thank you, thank you!

  2. ann says:

    Very helpful video. I’m so glad I took the time to watch it. Now I want to give this a try

  3. Ash says:

    Wow…I really STINK at this 3x Tucking Technique (you made it look so easy)!! So far I’ve had one cupcake come out looking like a mushroom (I have NO idea how the top turned out SO much bigger than the bottom) and one that looks like a flying saucer! Ha. Rather humbling for someone who thought she had the whole making coils and cones thing sussed!

    I know, I know….practice, Practice, PRACTICE! (One ‘shroom with sprinkles coming right up!)

  4. LucĂ­a says:

    I love this video! Your tools are wonderful! Thanks for teaching this technique.

  5. Hi! I just watched your video on youtube and absolutelly loved your ideas and things that you’re making. Hope to see the blog updated a bit more often :)
    Kasia from Poland

  6. poonam says:

    absolutely amazing video!! Like many others here, i too used to glue the strips of paper which is really cumbersome. Thanks for the video!!

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