Christmas Card: Surprise Everybody with a Hand Made Quilling Card Premium class

Colo Alonso, Industrial Designer + Wife + Mother

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6 Videos (11m)
    • Trailer

      0:58
    • Materials

      1:05
    • Basic Forms

      3:00
    • How to cut the cardboard

      1:13
    • Gluing

      4:29
    • Final Thoughts

      0:28

About This Class

CHRISTMAS CARD: Surprice Everybody with a Hand Made Quilling Card.

Christmas is just around the corner, and if you want to surprise your friends and family this year, instead of buying Christmas cards you can make your own ones following this short class.

                       It is a class for beginners, no special tool needed.

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We are going to use the QUILLING technique, but without buying anythig, just using as tools stuff we have at home.

MATERIALS

  • CARDBOARD RED AND WHITE (letter, A4, Legal)
  • SCISSORS
  • GLUE
  • TOOTHPICK
  • MARKER

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After you end the class, you'll be able to create a SERIE of Christmas cards, just playing with the basic forms.

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SEE YOU IN CLASS!

16 of 16 students recommendSee All

Cool craft. Easy to obtain supplies, easy enough for an older child to do, quick, and beautiful results. Video class covers everything you need to know to make project shown, so give it a try.
Colo's class on quilling was my introduction to Skillshare and quilling. Colo showed how fun and simple quilling is, how few supplies are needed, and how learning just a few techniques is enough to unleash fun and creativity. Thank you, Colo! I am going to look up more of your classes.

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Colo Alonso

Industrial Designer + Wife + Mother

My name is Daniela Alonso, but my friends call me Colo because of my hair color.

My studies of Industrial Design allow me to work in Argentina, Italy and Spain in technical design. But in my spare time I develop my artistic flair, creating my own candles, restouring furniture with decoupage, making origami, knitying, sewing, backing muffins etc...most of these activities I make them with my two kids (8 and 4 years old). They just love to make craft-work as much us me.

Everything I make has my personal touch and a piece of my essence. Thats the way I take care of my family and people around, why not to share it with the rest of the world?

I have actually two classes published about QUILLING and one about DECOUPAGE, TORTILLA DE PATATA and what will be next? ta ta ta tan....