What is Quilling and when was this art form created

What is Quilling and when was this art form created

Paper quilling is a form of art that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create a design. The strips of paper can be curled, twisted, and manipulated to create a wide range of designs, from simple geometric shapes to complex and detailed images.

Paper quilling has a long history, dating back to the Renaissance when it was used to create intricate designs on religious icons and book covers. The art form became popular again in the 18th and 19th centuries, when it was used to create decorative borders and embellishments on greeting cards and invitations.

Today, paper quilling is enjoying a resurgence in popularity as a creative and unique form of art. It is a great way to express your creativity and add a personal touch to your crafts and home decor.

One of the best things about paper quilling is that it is a very affordable and accessible art form. You can create beautiful and unique pieces with just a few basic supplies, and there are endless possibilities for creativity and experimentation.

If you are new to paper quilling, there are many online tutorials and resources that can help you get started. You can also find a wide range of quilling books, kits, tools and supplies right here on Hunter Creek Crafts, which can provide you with inspiration and guidance as you learn this fascinating and rewarding art form.

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