Saturday 11 August 2018

Daisy picture with quilled, fringed flower centres with Daisy Delight from Stampin' Up!

Hi everyone,

Bit of a blast from the past for you today. I wonder if you remember this framed picture I made last year when the Daisy Delight stamp set and coordinating punch were first released.

Daisy delight from Stampin Up

I love this artwork as it combines two of my loves - Stampin' Up! products and quilling. Some of you might know that I have a shop on Etsy, selling my quilled cards - have a look HERE if you are interested. At the time when I made the picture, I promised to record a video tutorial to show you how I made the quilled, fringed flower centres of the daisies. But then I completely forgot until reminded by one of my followers the other day.

Qullled fringed flowers with daisy delight from Stampin Up

So here it is, a bit (well, a lot - over a year!) late but better late than never as they say. Hope you enjoy it and that it will inspire you to have a go.

Watch the tutorial HERE or on the image below:

As I explain in the notes beneath the video I made some errors in the measurements I give in the tutorial, substituting the word "centimetres" instead of "millimetres" - I'm so sorry about that. The correct measurements are given below:

10mm wide strip, 450mm long, make small cuts all the way along the strip leaving a 2mm gap at the edge

3mm wide strip, 450mm long

3/8 in wide strip, 18 ins long, make small cuts all the way along the strip leaving a 1/8 in gap at the edge

1/8 in wide strip, 18 ins long

As I explain in the video, you will need paper rather than cardstock for this project, which unfortunately Stampin' Up! does not supply. I buy my supplies from JJ Quilling in the UK, but I also save coloured paper (for example coloured envelopes from greeting cards) to make my own strips. There are other suppliers in the US, for example and you can probably buy basic quilling supllies from somewhere like Michaels's. If you have problems, leave me a comment below or on the video and I'll see if I can help. 

Daisy delight from Stampin Up with quilled flower centres

Back tomorrow with the new picture I made using the updated colour palette,

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Product List
Daisy Punch
Blushing Bride Classic Stampin' Pad
Blushing Bride Classic Stampin' Pad


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  2. So beautiful Jill! I will try quilling now. You explained it very well. Thanks a lot for sharing! Kind regards, Anette from Germany

  3. WOW! This is gorgeous. I might just have to look for my fringing machine to try this out. Thanks for the inspiration.

  4. Very lovely Jill! Thank you so much for sharing:)