Quilled Eggs for a Vase for Easter

To make your Easter flower arrangement look extra special, add some quilled eggs!

Quill on a polystyrene or a real egg

Half finished, on a polystyrene egg and a real one

You can quill over a polystyrene egg or, better still, blow a real egg, coat with a layer of PVA and mount on a plant stick (from the garden centre).

When you have finished your quilling, spray with spray varnish.

The finished eggs, ready for your flower arrangement

The finished eggs, ready for your flower arrangement

“Quilled Eggs” is Book 5 in my series of easy to follow Quilling Instruction Books, which tells you a lot about quilling on eggs.  http://www.quilling.karoo.net/learn.htm#books4

Members of the Quilling Guild should find in their magazine, ‘Quillers Today’, a quilled dolly that I made, with a pattern to follow.  QT is one of the magazines that has patterns to follow.  You receive three magazines a year and, this year, can visit our 30th Anniversary Celebration Quilling Display in Liverpool, where there are workshops, demos and the chance to share ideas with experienced quillers and beginners for a day or two.  For info, visit  http://www.quilling-guild.co.uk

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About Jane Jenkins Quilling

My interests are: Quilling - the art of manipulating paper strips to create pictures, greetings cards, free standing characters, floral displays, etc. Also Calligraphy - the art of fine writing. Decorative Painting/Folk Art - brush stroke work to decorate wooden and metal objects and paint on canvas.
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One Response to Quilled Eggs for a Vase for Easter

  1. josiejenks says:

    What a great idea!

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