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Paper Quilling

Judit Osika

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10 Lessons (1h 18m)
    • 1. Welcome

      1:39
    • 2. Overview of quilling shapes and process

      2:45
    • 3. Gluing

      5:33
    • 4. Row 1 shapes

      3:59
    • 5. Row 2 shapes

      3:59
    • 6. Row 3 shapes

      4:01
    • 7. Project together: Quilling love

      29:33
    • 8. Project together: Quilling flower

      25:27
    • 9. Framing

      0:57
    • 10. Goodbye

      0:25

About This Class

A comprehensive, step-by-step course & inspiration to jumpstart your paper quilling creative crafting journey. 

This course is designed for those who know little or nothing about quilling but are mesmerized by the technique and would like to learn it. Besides of the ins and the outs of the basic process, I also teach the chart shapes, and how to read them so that later you can create more complex designs as well.

This course is the essence of everything what I learnt about the quilling technique in the past 4,5  years.

This technique requires some time to learn it and as a benefit you'll enjoy a more relaxed state of mind while you have a practical tool in your hands to give a creative boost to everything paper-related  such as giftcards, tags or presents

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1. Welcome: welcome to these quitting tutorial. Of course. My name is easy. Thank you so much for joining me here today. In these tutorial video, of course you're going toe. Learn about ins and the outs quitting and history of it. You're going to learn about creativity and how you can improve your quality of your life simply by doing activities. You're going to learn about the basics off quitting how to do it. And at the end of this course, we're going to create one piece of far together, and you're going to be able to read every quitting there is on the company's yours. This course is for you. If you feel frustrated or stock how to relax and let yourself and you're looking for a fun and have to go away to do so, this is a course for you left your crap, you thinking and your crafting skills. This is a course for you. If you are in love with quitting that as I am and stand for you to learn it yourself and give yourself or if you simply are looking for a way to express yourself through art and craft 2. Overview of quilling shapes and process: Hello, everyone. In this video, we are going to learn the basic willing shapes that you can see in this chart chart of the quelling shapes that are separated into three rows in the 1st 2 rows that are shapes that belong together because they are made up off one circle, which is fully rolled up. And it is. All of them are rolled up into one direction, while the shapes in the for drew are not rolled up only in one direction. But they're rolled up in different directions, and we also don't roll up the paper fully. Firstly, let's take a look at the first step, how to roll of the quitting paper. I'm inviting you guys now just to watch me doing it, and afterwards we are also going to do it together. So what happens is that you insert the quelling paper into the shorter side of the needle that has a very tiny hole. Then you put inside of paper and you roll it up, holding it loosely until you get a circle. Then you remove the paper and you have it ready. Now let's do it together. So let's take one piece of paper and we put the quitting paper into the middle of the needle. When you are there, make sure that you don't have the paper sticking out on the other side of the needle. But the paper basically starts at the end of the needle, Then start to roll it up, either towards yourself or to the other direction. Why are you rolling up with one hand? Stick the needle to your other thumb and hold the paper loosely because the looser you hold , the bigger the structure is going to be on the tighter you hold it, the smaller is going to be right now. What it would like to do is to have it lose, because we would like to shape it further. So try to hold your hand in a way that allows the court to be loose. When you're finished with rolling of the paper, put your fingers at the middle off the coil and remove it from the needle. Then the last step is to put a little bit of glued to the end of the paper, and we attached the side to the form. So, like this, we're going to get closed shape and from this shape, we can go on to create different forms. The glue sticks in a couple of seconds and basically we already so Congratulations. Step number one is done. 3. Gluing: Hi, guys. Let's take a look at how we are going to attach our cooling shapes with a glued to the paper. So what I'm using is this wide clue. Basically, it's quite thick. It's a kind of Habib Hobie glue. And don't worry right now. It's white, but it's going to dry, transparent. When you buy one, make sure that it's white, and it's not just transparent one, because that's very difficult to work with. The last fluid it ease, the easier it is going to be to work. Wit it. So how to glue is that we take a little bit off glue on the end of the longer side of the needle, and then we apply the glue a little bit everywhere off the quelling shape. If you like, you can. Also, when you're done with this process and then you push it, you can also use it to easer to do so. It can help you to be a little bit more precise, but you can also just do it with your hands when you attached it to the place where you want it to be. Just let it dry a little bit. It takes a couple of seconds, and then basically you're down with the gluing. When it comes to gluing the tree care it is, the more lose your structure eats, so the 1st 1 was very ill, etc. And then, if we have looser, just pay attention that you always hold it flat. Otherwise it's going to come out, and it might, uh, shape for you in a different way than you want. For example, it can get into a spiral or something, so I would recommend you to always pay attention that you hold it with your either with your nails, oars or with your fingers. And then when you put everywhere a little bit of clue, you just take a tweezer and then you put it down. Let's take a look at some other shapes, so apply a little bit of blue and I put it everywhere and then just put it down. It's really easy. It takes a really short time toe dry. That's why I like to use this kind of blue, and I tried out already like five or 66 kinds of them. So this is really what I can absolutely recommend you, because it's just fantastically easy and don't worry. For example, it goes on your hands because it drives and then you can take it off. But pay attention that it don't. It doesn't go to your clothes because it's not always coming out of your clothes. I think quitting teaches me a lot of patients and especially this part when I started to glue. This is the part which taught me the most patients because I need to be very precise with it. I think it's also important not to put too much glue, because if you attach it to the paper, it can, you know there is a little bit off overflowing, and then when it dries, it can be shiny. So it's very first. You just started out in a way that just put less. It's better to put a little bit last time if you put a little bit more and, yeah, basically display actus practice and then use the tweezer. I think sometimes how I also glue and you will see it in one of the later videos is that I put a little bit too a little bit of grew to one off my fingers, and then I take the glue from there because it just allows me to move a little bit quicker . - Awesome . So this has been a great practice to do some glowing and develop our skills with glowing. I hope now you feel more and more confident with quelling. It really just takes a little bit of time to learn it and just give yourself the beginner's mind set. You can totally learn it. And thank you so much for joining me so far. These were the basic videos, and now we're going to move to create our arts. 4. Row 1 shapes: Hi there. Let's get down to the second row off the coiling shapes. We're going to need six shapes off circles, which I already created. And we're going to work from this, and I'm also creating one more Redux. I believe that the more you see how the process goes, the easier is going to be to memorize is so. That's why I create right now an extra one by rolling this paper up. The 1st 2 shapes are quite similar on at Beginning Goes Off this road. Both of them are a kind of moon or crescent or reverse the shapes. Just one of them is a big toe older than the other, but how they are made eyes quite similar. When you take the circle, find two spots or two squares that you can push. And like this, you're going to get a shape that one side of it is going to be round and then the other is going to be a straight line. Make it, um, to make the 1st 1 When you get this shape, make it a bit more tall and flatten it out and then you will get this small toll moon shape and for the second, the 2nd 1 Just leave it like this. So this is the reverse, the shape. And by the way, this is how you can also start to write letters and Kriel letters. Our first shape is the arrow shaped, and how it's done is that you take three points on the circle and then you pinch it, and then you are going to also paint it on the fourth in between your two thumbs. If you flatten it out a little bit, you can also make this arrow a bit more sharp. Okay, and then comes the 4th 1 which is the triangle. The triangle is very similar to the arrow. You take three spots on the circle, you paint it and then you get the triangle shape. You can also flatten it out a little bit more, and you can also just push it more so that it's on it tonight. It has identical sides. For the 5th 1 we create the square shaped in a way that first you push the circle to be flat by these, it's going to show you two points. Then you take those two points or corners. You take them in the middle, and then you push it again. You flatten it out again, and then you move it back and you're going to get a beautiful square. And then comes my favorite one, the six, which is the star Now. This might look a little bit more difficult, but don't worry, because just start to practice it, and after time you're going to be able to make it beautifully and perfectly. How it's done is that you take five identical pinches off the paper, and then when you put it back to your palm, is going to show a star shape. Don't worry if it's not perfect, you can also correct it a little bit later, and you can even use a tweezer to make it make the sides more sharp, and we already with road to congrats. 5. Row 2 shapes: Hi there. Let's get down to the second row off the coiling shapes. We're going to need six shapes off circles, which I already created. And we're going to work from this, and I'm also creating one more Redux. I believe that the more you see how the process goes, the easier is going to be to memorize is so. That's why I create right now an extra one by rolling this paper up. The 1st 2 shapes are quite similar on at Beginning Goes Off this road. Both of them are a kind of moon or crescent or reverse the shapes. Just one of them is a big toe older than the other, but how they are made eyes quite similar. When you take the circle, find two spots or two squares that you can push. And like this, you're going to get a shape that one side of it is going to be round and then the other is going to be a straight line. Make it, um, to make the 1st 1 When you get this shape, make it a bit more tall and flatten it out and then you will get this small toll moon shape and for the second, the 2nd 1 Just leave it like this. So this is the reverse, the shape. And by the way, this is how you can also start to write letters and Kriel letters. Our first shape is the arrow shaped, and how it's done is that you take three points on the circle and then you pinch it, and then you are going to also paint it on the fourth in between your two thumbs. If you flatten it out a little bit, you can also make this arrow a bit more sharp. Okay, and then comes the 4th 1 which is the triangle. The triangle is very similar to the arrow. You take three spots on the circle, you paint it and then you get the triangle shape. You can also flatten it out a little bit more, and you can also just push it more so that it's on it tonight. It has identical sides. For the 5th 1 we create the square shaped in a way that first you push the circle to be flat by these, it's going to show you two points. Then you take those two points or corners. You take them in the middle, and then you push it again. You flatten it out again, and then you move it back and you're going to get a beautiful square. And then comes my favorite one, the six, which is the star Now. This might look a little bit more difficult, but don't worry, because just start to practice it, and after time you're going to be able to make it beautifully and perfectly. How it's done is that you take five identical pinches off the paper, and then when you put it back to your palm, is going to show a star shape. Don't worry if it's not perfect, you can also correct it a little bit later, and you can even use a tweezer to make it make the sides more sharp, and we already with road to congrats. 6. Row 3 shapes: Hello. Let's take a look at the for dro in this show. We are going to use a little bit smaller pieces off paper because we are going to work with a course which are only half they rolled up. So for the first task, actually, I'm going to cut half the quitting papers, and afterwards I'm going to roll it up for the first shape in the road. We're going to roll up the paper, but we only roll it up until, like, 85 or 90% because we want the last part to stay straight. So we're going to work from this coil in a way that for the shapes, second, furred and forth, we're going to roll the paper inside. And for the fifth under six, we're going to roll the paper to the other direction. Okay, so I'm trying to roll it up in a way that you can see it, that when you start to roll up the other side of the off the coil, you also try to roll it in the same direction as the circle that you already have their. So you circle, you move them toward each other. Basically. Okay, So this is what we have them. And if I show it to you straight lines and then you see so you try to roll the top toward each other to create the second deferred and the fourth in the next step, we are going to create the third shape, which is a heart shape by basically only pinching in between the two circles so that you can get a heart shape. And for the 4th 1 basically we have the same shape, but you want to push them to the other direction, as we have done with the heart. So what, like these circles are not going to turn towards each other, but they are turning away from each other. Just try to follow how I do it with my hands and then afterwards I think it's going to make much more sense for the last two. We're going to create and roll the paper in a way like it's an s shape. So we're going to roll both off the sides inside, and if you bend the paper beat, it's going to make your task easier to remember how toe end which direction to roll it. So when you start to roll it towards inside to one direction, you take them the other side from approximately half way, and then you also roll it up. And when you are ready with the 5th 1 basically, to get the 61 you just need to paint it in the middle again and then push it together. Flatten it a little bit and you have the six shape from these different combinations off this this one row also, but also all the three year olds together. You are going to be able to create a lot of different quelling shapes, and you're also going to be able to read other squealing pictures so that, for example, when when right now I'm going to create something out of three pieces, then you are going to be able to read it. How it waas done. Thank you so much. Great job and let's continue to create our arts 7. Project together: Quilling love: Hello. Hello. Welcome to the love letters tutorial. This video tutorial is going to be a little bit more challenging than the previous ones. But try it out, practice it and you will see that after time you taught your hands how to be very, very, very precise. You are going to be able to create these and other kinds of letters other kinds of calligraphy, even very quickly. A test. In this lecture, you can find the illustration of this love sign, please downloaded. And in the first step, we're going to put that sign into your cardboard. Now for them, there are two ways to do this. One of them is that you can use copy paper, but then you cannot remove the lines or another way, ease something that probably also used in the primary school the last time. So it's a kind of trick what we used to do when we wanted to throw something from a book or anything like that. And for that, you need a very strong light bulb at your home and just take the attached and downloaded and printed paper off the last sign in the back. Put in front the cardboard, and the light is going to give you enough light so that you can see through it. Then just follow it with your pencil and drove the love sign. I'm going to show you guys how my background looks like so you can see it that very lightly . I wrote it with a pencil and I've wrote the love signed with a pan seal, and what I'm going to do is I'm going to fill it out with Black, and I planned to use red color for the heart. We will go step by step and we're going to shape the letters, and we're also going to clear the pencil from the paper with hap off of rubber, definitely. You are going to need a freezer. And if you don't want to buy one special right now, it's also good if you use an old one, which you or your partner used for your eyebrows. Usually I start from the inside out. So, for example, in case of the letter letter L I start with the very small part off the upper left upper part of the letter, and I try to create exactly the same shape from the papers, tribe glue it and then Robert from the paper and put You don't exactly have to clear out the graph it from the paper. But the less visible, the better it is, and you can still shape it a bit when you glued it down. So especially in the beginning, it doesn't have to be perfect. Just try to put it almost to the same place as the drawing Gers and let's just go on. But I try to do is I like to work from longer parts. When I am writing letters, you can also do it with shorter parts again, it depends. Which is it that you find easier. I find the longer part easier because then I don't have to cut that much. And when I take one long stripe of paper, I started to glue it, and then I just wait a little bit until the glue is there. And then, with the help of the tweezer, I am putting, getting to place every time. Usually when I put letters together and I want the paper stripes to connect, I fold two or three millimeters back so the paper can connect there. I think I'm not going to speak too much during this video because if you do this with me, probably you need 100% off your concentration. If you find this kind of holographic love sign a bit too difficult, you can also download another one. I also added one which is more straight lines. That's also great way to practice. And when you feel that you are confident with that, you're comfortable with that. Come back to this video and do this one with me. When we are doing only one piece of paper stripe, the same goes for this process is well. We put just a little bit off glued to the side, and sometimes I described this process as the same way as you put butter to your toast that you try to put everywhere a little bit, but not too much, and then you hold it with tweezers and place it to the paper. Wait a little bit until the glue sticks, and then you can go on. I like toe first shape. The paper, too, have the shape. So first I like to shape the paper, and when it already isn't this kind off shape, then put some glue on it and then put it to the paper in Die. - Don't forget to use the rubber. Andi after you used it. It's also good to swipe off small parts from it so it doesn't stick into the glue. - So in the beginning, I remember that while we want to create one picture for me took like eight hours, and now it takes 3.5 hours, and this one, I also created in a little bit. I think it's a little bit less than 20 minutes because my hands learned the technique, and this is amazing when we learn something that we don't only learn with the with the head . But we also learned with our body, and in this case, I actually I had to teach my hands how to how to do the technique. The starting point was basically that I found It's so spectacular, and I looked at art off. Julia brought Kaya. She's a Russian designer living in London, and I just said to myself, Oh my God, this is so beautiful. I really want to learn it. And so it started. And now we're here. Read the first tutorial, video and I'm very excited. I waas creating this tutorial off for more than now. Almost a year, Let's see. And actually I am preparing it for four years because it's four years since I teach these for Children and for adults. So most of the time they loved the colors of the papers trips and all of them say that Oh my God, this is such a nice technique because I create something beautiful and at the same time, I'm relaxing a lot like I'm super relaxed and I don't know how it was for you when you were in school, but for us, when it was me time, it was usually at art class and we didn't have much. In my school, I had, like, 11 trust a week. But all of them were about something like our personality or how to find out. What is it that we like? And we could have really nice conversations and discussions and everything, and I just realized that I went to university and this time stopped. I just didn't continue with it. So later, when I had a pre life crisis. After I finished university and I found quitting, I started to create quitting pictures for hours and hours because it felt so good, it felt like home. I was missing it a lot. What I love in this technique is that it's kind off modular, and it's a bit like a puzzle or like Lego that when you learn the basics, you can you can really create everything out of it like every kind of drawing. So okay, I'm ready with the l Great. Now comes the little heart and you can see that this is also so This is this is the beauty of the technique, the depth, - especially at parts like these. I feel like a paper surgeon because it needs so much preciseness and you see that once you can also lift it up a bit because one part of it is is already held by the glue. So you can lift it up a little bit and put under there the glue and then hold it with the tweezer and then put it into the right place. - This is a bit difficult to give instructions for these parts because all really, what you need to do is to have the drawing and then shaved the paper clear with a rubber, the pencil and put it to their and that's it. So, actually, I'm inviting you to observe and learn through observation right now rather than instructions and also learn by experience. So just try it out and see how it works. So when we glue the quisling pieces and the crippling letters, signs, anything, I usually say don't add too much glue, because when we frame it also, you will see that the frame gives a kind off like a structure that hold it. So for sure, is going to stick quite a long time together. - I am. I'm so proud of you that you are doing this. And while I'm creating this video, one question pops up in my mind is when was the last time that you did something for the first time? Because I believe that this is something that keeps us young. And this this is something that keeps us vital and curious and hungry for more. Right now you are doing something for the first time, and I am also doing something for the first time. So thank you that I can do it. - So one of the sign is ready I'm going to fill it out with red quill ings and what I just do with that. I just caught a couple off read papers, tribes. They don't have to be exactly the same because I'm just going to use it to feel the heart out. In this case, I'm going to use circles. So the first shape off the first throw and the fifth shape off the third row. So the one when I start to roll up the paper towards myself and that when I reached 1/2 I roll the other side of feet until the half a swell. But now you know all the basic shape. So if you would like to do another one, just go ahead. - Sometimes my students asked me how many How do they know how many pieces they need to feel in a heart shape or feeling a different kind of structure or letter? And I usually answer, I don't know. I don't know because I have to see it, and first I have to do it. So actually I started to rely more on my eyes, and I don't need to know in advance how many pieces I need because I learned that it was show itself. So we are at the end of this project and well, congrats that you have done it. I cannot wait to hear from you how it waas how it went and thank you so much again. And I really hope that you're going to continue quelling and you will join me later in my other tutorials. 8. Project together: Quilling flower: awesome. You made it here. Congrats and welcome to our first project together to the quitting flower. So we're going to use the very first shape to create the flower off the quelling shapes. They're going to need four circles for the battles for smaller circles for the flowers, one very tiny circle from the inside of the flour and one longer paper stripe for the middle of a flower in the first step. But I'm going to do is that I chose to lighter blue paper stripes and one darker brew, and at the end, off each other, I'm going to glue them together and after voids, I'm going to roll it up. It's going to be a pretty long papers type. You're going to see it, but we need this now because ideally, are petal is a bit bigger, and it's also dance. And then comes a kind of rule that the longer papers trap you have, the more dance structures you can create so you can see that I glue the free paper start stripes after each other next to each other, and every time you do this, just put really a tiny bit of glue and then put the other next tweet. It doesn't have to cover that each other too much because then it can be seen in the coil. We just rather want to have it touched, and then it will dry, and then you can immediately start toe, roll it up This project. She's going to be a great way to put everything into practice what we have learned in the previous videos. When we roll up such a long piece of paper, it takes a little bit more time and patience. So this is what is really developing our sense of patients, and it is really visible here. What is the difference when you roll up a paper tightly or you'll roll it up a little bit more loose here, the goalies to have some fingers in between because not too tight, because then we cannot shape it and not to lose, because then it's really, really difficult to have it glued down. Okay, when we when we roll it up, now you see that I have a really tight structure, and after removing it from the nail, I'm going to let it a little bit more loose. Otherwise, it's very difficult to shape it. And sometimes what happens is that if we don't wait enough with the glue to dry, it can be stuck. And this is what I see right now at mine that as I try toe, move the outer layers. It's not moving, so I'm going to separate it with my hands. Yeah, okay. This is Oh, and this is something what happens. So don't worry. Um, just roll it up again and with your hands. And I wanted to include this in this video so you can see when such a mistake happens, how to overcome it. And please, just don't throw it away. That's the good thing in this technique that everything is flexible. It just takes a little bit more patients, I think. Huh? Great. We're almost there to stake home and keep it up. So, actually, when you roll it up, interviewed your hands or either with quelling leader, the best is to hold it tight, because you can always make it a little bit more loose in the end. So okay, we want to create more or less the same size of the battles and for debt we are going to first create five circles and for me, symmetries quite important. So when I check them, I usually measure them against each other, and I also check the inside. What can happen is that the inside curls are not identical, and you can also further roll it with your hands as you will see shortly. So it's like a wheel that I start to to move it, and then there is going to be more lose in the outer layer as well. So you see that in the middle there is a little bit of difference. But if you start to do it, you will also see that home, how it works. And I want to show you this because I would love to show you and share with you all the tricks and tips. And not because you have to create perfect Coy's because none of them are going to be perfect. And none of them can be exactly the same. And another tiny mistake when you have the paper already glued. It can also happen that that the inside part is going to fall out and it's going to shave them kind of like a spero, which is cool, and it's beautiful, But this is not what we need right now again steak home and start to roll it up with your hands, making it a little bit more tight in the middle and roll it until you can put it back to the original frame. So cases like this can be the time when you say that. Okay, I cannot handle these. And then just remember, you can just go on and give yourself some time to quill. Give your some, give yourself some time to learn it and observe what happens to you when you do it. Usually when I do this activity I love to listen to some nice music. For example, Ludovico I now the or other pianists or audiobooks or podcasts because somehow I get the sense and I get the feeling that I have a kind of extra capacity to listen. - Awesome . So I put it back and we need five off these battles together. I'm still shaping Get a little bit, and I'm going to roll up three other. Once we have all the five parts ready, we can create the leaves. We're going to have to leaves, and each leaf is going to consist off to parts off green paper. So in the first part, I'm going to cut off the green paper stripes so altogether, I'm going to have four pieces of green paper for the stamp of the flower. We're going to use a straight line and for the leaves, were going to use the shapes from the first through either the 4th 1 or the 61 So in the next step, we're going to roll up the four PC's. This can be loose because we would like to flatten them out and make it a little bit more baby for these, viewed the shorter pieces and it is nicer. But if you would like to have bigger leaves, of course you can leave the paper stripes longer. But don't forget to leave a lot of space in between so you can flatten it out. Uh, - from an other color of black color. I'm going to create the middle of the flower, and you can choose here also to have a smaller piece for a bigger piece. I prefer, in this case, the smaller because then it gives me a little bit more depth, and it also seems nice for me to see the whiteness of the paper under it, we are shaping the battles in a way that when behold it, we try to shape it as a slight triangle, pushing it on all the three sides like this. They are keeping that around shape and they stay big. You can also push them, beat more than flat on them, more out. And for that you can use a tweezer, for example. But then you might need more battles because they're going to be smaller. So you need more to the petals you can shape with either your your nails and make the round shape a bit like a triangle. Or you can also push it a bit more together. But then when they are more flat, they need more. You need more of them to feel in space that you have here. You can move the battles away from each other closer to each other. You can, of course, make them bigger. Smaller. Anyway, you like them for the green parts off the flower. When I have all the four parts, I'm simply making them flat, and then I'm going to make them a little bit wavy and then I take two next to each other and I'm going to glue them with the site and afterwards you can also further shape it a bit - here , and I'm already shaping them together. However, I think it's nice of if you first glue them together and then afterward you shape them. Sometimes what happens when you roll up the paper, and then afterwards you blew it? Is that the small piece you don't glue exactly on the other side of the coil, so one very tiny piece is sticking out. Don't worry about that, either, because you can just take her sister and cut it off. Most of the time, nobody can see it. Why? The reason why it's nice to cut it off is that it's easier to blue then on that side. Yea, so it starts to look look like a real flower. There are two options here. You can either put it on a postcard and just sleep half a paper and put the flower there. Or you can discontinue to create the flower on a piece of paper, which is straight afterwards. There you will also find a video how to frame this work. I'm going to continue on these paper and because this is how I'm going to show you the I'm going to continue on this paper and I'm going to continue with the gluing. The smaller parts are easy to blue because it's tied. It's small. It's easy to hold. What is more, Three key is with the bigger petals. My advice here for you is to always hold the middle off it, either wholly with your nails, your finger. Take a freezer, but make sure that something is there. This is I think this is the most delicate movement off all when you have these bigger, loose coy's in your hands and then you have to move it and you have to put it places, places to the place of the paper where you want to have it. And for me, this is a kind of meditation. It is a kind of meditation because it's so tiny, and I need to focus so much. And at the same time I feel that this fine motoring X R R Oh my God, it's improving greatly. I really became much more precise since I am using this form of art for the stem I take a longer green and I don't only take one, but I'm going to fall it into three. So it's a bit more sick. And then afterwards I'm going to glue it together, and I'm also going to glue it to the surface. Here I am measuring with my eyes that I don't need too long here, so I don't Here, here. I'm measuring with my eyes How long I need And you can also make it a bit small, smaller or longer, as you prefer. Important thing is is nothing for decide. Just measure with my eyes how long it needs. Maybe you will say that I You need longer feel free to make it a little bit longer or shorter. You can also make it thinner. Figure how you however you like it. - And for the last three parts, I'm going to glue down the stem with the leaves. You can also put the leaves on one side. You can put it on both sides. You can turn them, sleep them. There are a lot of possibilities. Are some beer? In the end of this project, you're almost doing it. So let's finish. Um, the glowing and there might be some small particles of glue on your piece of paper. Just wipe it off with your fingers and your hands and let's go on to put it into the frame and learn how to Kriel letters. And I cannot wait to see how your flowers look like. Thank you so much for in joining me. 9. Framing: We're going to take a look at how to put your ready quill to paper art into a frame. Most of the time. If you buy a photo frame, it's going to be deep enough so that you can put a picture inside it, because the quitting paper, what we are using, it's only three millimeters wide. So basically, you take it open. You put the paper inside it, take care of it. Of course, you don't want to push it too much, and then you put the back part of the framing it, and then you have a ready piece of art to hang it in your Andrew or to give it a very as a birthday present or any kind of presence. 10. Goodbye: Thank you so much for joining me in this video. I hope you enjoy it. And I know that you are going to continue quitting. Please rate the course itself. Please send me any suggestions or reviews that you have. Because I would love to further improve the quality of these videos and, yeah, let's keeping that and create.