Easy Quillography Tutorial – Hope

Hello dear quillers from all around the world

In today’s post i present to you another easy quillography tutorial for the word “Hope”.

First of all, I want to tell you that quillography is such a beautiful way to create amazing designs. If you find it difficult to do in the beginning, don’t give up! Try and try and try! You will see that you’ll succeed! It not that hard as it seems!

First, I had to print the word HOPE on a sheet of paper, to have a guide. I used FutureLines font, font size: 250, color: Grey 1.

I used grey font color because i need the letters to be little visible, not too strong.

*** If you need help with this, you can download my version (designed for A4 sheet of paper, there are 2 words included: Hope and Joy).

So, you will have two A5 cards with words ready to be designed.

Download PDF file Hope_ Joy_Quilling (when the file opens, right click and Save As)

 

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I printed the word HOPE on a sheet of paper to have a guide
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Add glue on the grey line and then apply the strip of paper, press gently and wait for few seconds to dry
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Use tweezers to help yourself apply and direct the strips of paper.
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My working desk: strips of paper, slotted tool, needle tool, tweezer, scissor, glue
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The final design: I filled the letters with loose circles

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