Sunday, July 19, 2009

I was asked about the stamp I used to do the Quilled Rose. This shows the stamp I carved, the stamped image and the image cut out ready for quilling. You just follow the white line around and around with your scissors. It leaves a little base at the end that the flower will rest on once it is quilled Then you insert the outer tip of the image into the slot of the quilling tool and just wind round and round.

Here is the finished rose. Just slip it up off the slot and set it down. The flower sits on its base all by itself. I generally put a drop of Mono Multi glue on the very center at the base to hold it in place. That's all there is to it.

1 comment:

Lynette said...

Very cool! That is so awesome!! Thanks so much for explaining to me how you did it, because I could not figure it out. :)