We love quilling here at Red Ted Art, it is something that I first learnt to do as a teenager and then somehow never “came back to”. But with some recent wonderful easy quilling project guest posts, it is something that I am keen to come back to! There are lots of different type of quilling projects out there. We are focusing on beginners quilling projects for kids, as well as beginners to intermediate levels for older kids and grown ups. The main thing about quilling, is that it takes time – so it is a wonderful craft to absorb yourself in, during the winter months, when are “forced” to head indoors more on those dark, cold winter days. Hopefully, you will find the quilling projects shared here, cheerful and uplifting!! Enjoy!
Paper Quilling Supplies
- Quilling paper (US/ UK)
- Slotted Quilling Tool (US/ UK)
- Quilling Stencil & Pins (optional) (US/ UK)
- (here is a handy glue dispenser for quilling US/ UK)
If you are feeling inspired you may also LOVE this Quilling Set:
Paper Quilling Projects on Red Ted Art
These Paper Quilling Flowers were our very first quilling project here on Red Ted Art. Many moons ago Honey’s Quilling, shared this wonderful make with us. Isn’t it just so sweet! And a perfect introduction to “grown up” Paper Quilling!
Check out these fabulous Paper Quilled Butterflies – if you loved the Daisies above and have master them, then these are the “next step for you”!
And of course we like to get festive with these lovely and cute Paper Quilled Christmas Wreaths! Perfect as earrings, brooches and greeting cards!
I know I shouldn’t have favourites, but right now, I simple adore these gorgeous Paper Quilled Snowflakes. How pretty?! They are simply stunning and make GREAT Christmas Tree Ornaments!
Paper quilled Christmas Trees centre pieces. These are so cute and clever!
Here is some Summer Fun – make some Watermelon Pendants. Aren’t they adorable?
Next combine your Watermelon Pendant with this fabulous DIY Pineapple Brooch! DIY summer accessories sorted!
Paper Quilling for Kids (and beginner quillers)
Or check out this adorable Quilled Heart Card – a great intro to quilling for kids:
This was the first quilling for kids project here on Red Ted Art. It really sparked off our interest in quilling again. It is easy and cute. And a great way to start off.
If you haven’t seen the emoji craze.. then you have been living under a rock! 🙂 the kids are loving all emoji DIYs, so we though we would turn this traditional quilling craft into a modern day Quilled Emoji Card! Wonderful.
Isn’t this Quilled Thanksgiving Card simply adorable? Love how sweet and cheerful this little guy looks. Gobble gobble. A great project for both kids and adults alike.
Adorable Quilled Reindeer Gift Tags
I hope you liked our easy quilling projects to date! We will be adding to quilled projects and quilling patterns, at least monthly if not more, so please DO come back for more paper quilling inspiration over time! Happy Quilling!