Wednesday 26 May 2021

Daisy Punch card with quilled flower centre - video tutorial

Hi everyone,

Welcome to my blog today. Thanks so much for popping in to see me. A while back I brought you this card for a blog hop with a sketch challenge.

Today I am bringing you the video tutorial for this card but I have changed it up a little. I wasn't happy with the daisy centre, so, as I am a quiller, I thought I would add a fringed, quilled flower to make a more realistic daisy centre. On the video I show you how to make these little quilled elements.

Here it is in close up:

Anyway, if you'd like to see how to make this card including the quilled flower centre, you can watch it by CLICKING HERE or on the image below:

Bye for now, back soon,

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  1. Thank you so much for showing how to make the flower center!!! I'm going to look for a quilling tool like you used because I really like the flower center and think it would help in creating it! Thanks for all you share on your wonderful blog! GlendaJ

    1. Not sure where you are located but I buy all my quilling supplies online from JJQuilling - they ship internationally. Hope that helps.

  2. I love quilling Jill and once did a Peacock which turned out beautifully and is proudly hung on our bedroom wall. XX Mal, melbourne, Australia.