Art of Paper Quilling: Designing Handcrafted Gifts and Cards

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Quarry Books, Feb 9, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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DIVAn exquisite paper art book featuring quilling techniques for cards and gifts.

With a focus on simple, elegant projects, the The Art of Paper Quilling offers paper crafters a complete technique guide along with step-by-step project ideas for making beautiful framed pieces, cards, gifts, and more. The designs are all built upon simple rolled coils of paper that when grouped together, form intricate flowers, graceful butterflies, and delicate scrollwork. Quilled designs can be framed or used to embellish greeting cards, books and journals, and many types of simple paper structures. Claire Sun-ok Choi is an expert paper artist who has influenced the revival of this fanciful art form with her inspiring exhibits and internationally known books.


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User Review  - khoek087 -

Love this book! Took a few weeks to finally get it but well worth the wait. Gives really nice project ideas with great pictures. I was however hoping it would have a template for the 3D butterfly on the back of the book but It was only a picture. Read full review

Paper Quilling book

User Review  - koomazeckle -

Book is great. Service by this company is terrible. Second time we ordered and each time delivery takes FOREVER and each time you inquire about status they extend the expected delivery time.We will NEVER buy from this company again. Read full review


The History of Paper Quilling
Basic Tools and Materials
Basic Shapes and Techniques
Additional Shapes and Techniques
Quilling Tips and Techniques
Paper Quilling Projects
Aubout the Author

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About the author (2011)

Claire, named Sun-ok Choi in Korean, was born in South Korea. She worked as a quilling paper craft instructor at Hyundai Culture Center and the Education Center for the Quilling Paper Craft Association for five years in Korea. In 2000, she had her first solo exhibition at Insadong Gallery in Seoul entitled, ˘Paper Wanting to be Flower,÷ and was invited by Ferry Building Gallery to a group exhibition held at Vancouver, Canada, in 2002. She is currently living and studying in Vancouver. She has had solo exhibits in New York and London. She is the author of Designing Handcrafted Cards (Quarry Books, 2004).

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