ONLINE Paper Quilling: 3D Flowers & Pots - Thurs 1st February 2024 at 2pm
Included in this ONLINE class:
- 2.5 hours of live, expert tuition in a small & friendly class
- Unlimited access to watch again until 1st April 2024
- High quality, downloadable handouts
- Opportunities to seek feedback from your tutor & connect with fellow students via our online blackboard
BOOKING DEADLINE: Thurs 18th January at 12pm UK TIME
Tutor: Rachel Warrillow
Class timings (UK time)
Thurs 1st February 2pm - 4:30pm
Equipment & materials list
Quilling is a calming, therapeutic craft which uses strips of paper which are curled and shaped before being arranged into a fabulous design. This workshop will be quilling with a difference, using strips of paper to make 3D paper flowers, and a plant pot to display them in.
This new aspect to quilling opens up a whole new world to paper-crafters, creating beautiful, sturdy yet delicate designs, where the only limit is your imagination!
In this workshop we will have a go at two different styles of flowers; roses and forget-me-nots, plus the pots used to display them in. These designs make great gifts for many occasions, and can also be used for gift tags and card making.
Specific skills you will learn
- Closed loose coils
- Teardrop coils
- 3D quilling skills
- Flower shaping & rolling
All Ardington ONLINE classes and talks are accompanied by their own online blackboard. Helpful and easy to use, they enable students and tutors to share resources, ideas and photos with each other – just as you would in a classroom environment.
Rachel will offer feedback via the blackboard for any work uploaded by students within thirty days of the class ending. You will be sent the link to access your blackboard in the week before your class begins and will have access for at least sixty days after the class ends.
After the live session has finished on Zoom, we will share the link to view the recording on the blackboard. You can watch the recording as many times as you like for sixty days.
We suggest that you do not buy any specialist materials more than two weeks in advance as, occasionally, a class may be cancelled due to low enrolment.