Paper Quilling Snowdrops Pattern

In today’s post I want to share with you a simple design for paper quilling snowdrops.

Here where I live, spring has already showed its beauty!

Fresh air, beautiful clouds, amazing sun, cute little flowers and such a beautiful weather.

I love spring and it is great I can also express my joy using paper quilling.

So, I want to show you how to create a paper quilling snowdrop.

Follow my simple step-by-step instructions.

Each strip used here is 30 cm long.

If you need help with paper quilling shapes, watch a short video for detailed instructions here.

Don’t have time for video, see another post here.

  • Create 1 tight coil using a green strip of paper. Press the center of the coil to give it a 3D effect. Add glue inside the shape and let it dry.
  • Create 2 curved marquises using 2 white strips of paper.
  • Take a green strip and glue it with another white strip. Let it dry for few seconds. Roll the long strip starting with the green strip (This way the green part will come in the center of the shape.) Using this coil, create a marquise.
  • Glue the shapes inside the 3D green shape. (See pictures)

And that’s it! Is that simple!

You can use these quilling snowdrops for greeting cards or even for 3D bouquet of flowers.

What is you favorite spring quilling design? Answer below. I’d love to know your opinion! 🙂

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2 Responses

  1. Hilary says:

    I have difficulty in finding quilling paper in South Africa. If I make my own what gram paper should I use?
    Hilary

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