Boy oh boy, have I caught the paper craft bug! After all that experience this summer with paper flowers I just couldn't stop so I moved on to this. Here's a link to a youtube video showing how to do that glorious large snowflake on the left - large snowflake
Quilling is an art form that has always fascinated me. If you google images you will find some incredible pieces of artwork.
To make it easy here's a few samples by artist Sena Runa and a link to her website: https://www.senaruna.com/
I want to be able to do this when I grow up.
I borrowed a couple of quilling books from the library and for only $15 bought a quilling start up set on Amazon. Here's one of the books I borrowed "Quilling Art", along with what $15 bought me
(there was also a little glue bottle that didn't make it into the photo):
By the way, "Quilling Art" has the instructions for the other type of snowflake at the top of the page.
I'm also planning to try my hand at some book making. Today I'll be throwing acrylics around to make some decorative papers used in that process.
I haven't stopped painting. The following piece was another study that I shared here several weeks ago. Like last week's post, I decided to finish this one up too. No sense in having a bunch of studies hanging around my studio staring at me. (Literally in this case).
Mardi Gras Vase - 12"x18" acrylic on illustration board.
See you next Wednesday!