Quilling is a very nice technique that I learned when I was little and although I really liked it, I stopped doing it after a short time (like most things I did!). Luckily I tend to keep everything, and when I recently started to think about trying it again, I remembered that I still had the quilling tool that I got back then!

So here is the first quilling creation I've made in years!
The shapes you can make with this technique are endless so you can really have fun creating your own. It's also perfect to do with kids because it's so simple to do! 
Since I love snow and snowflakes, I decided to make snowflake decorations for my Christmas tree and I am going to show you how to make a couple in this Instructable. They are actually 2 snowflakes in one!
I hope you enjoy it!*

*and if you do, please vote :D thank you!

Step 1: What You Need

  • a sheet of white A4 paper (the one you use for printing)
  • slotted quilling tool
  • white glue and painting brush
  • scissors or cutter
  • pencil
  • ruler
<p>I made it for a school project. Thx to this I nailed it. Thank you so much, ur a genius! Make more of these diys please.</p>
<p>super I like to do things like this very interesting and mind blowing to learn</p>
<p>Thank you for this project Instructable! So well done! </p><p>I would add one thing to make it easier -- quilling strips are readily available in all colors and several widths. Most common size is 1/8 inch, but 3/8, 1/4, and even 1/2 inch are also available. I would recommend the wider strips for ease of use for a beginner, and for sturdier snowflakes. The 1/8 inch strips make a beautiful dainty snowflake!</p>
I made it! such a Nice and East-to-read instructable ?? I made another one with The techniques after ? Quilling is really fun! Thanks for introducing me ??
<p>Wow, what a great job you did!! :D I love the other one you made, it's gorgeous! I'm so happy that my instructable inspired you to try quilling, thanks for sharing!</p>
Thank you so much ! :D I can't quite seem to stop, next up; colours! ;D
<p>I'm so glad about it! Have fun! :)</p>
Well my emojiis dissapeared, but they were smiling :D
it's nice
thanks<br> Do you make another project?
<p>Definitely, but I don't know when yet. Hopefully I will publish more soon...I need more inspiration ;)</p>
<p>It's VERY nice, maybe even better than mine! :)</p>
hi <br>i make it <br>it is easy but need a attention<br>When the paste together get difficulty a few.<br><br>it's not completely <br>I will compete it. ?<br><br>It is really beautiful.
<p>Thank you so much for sharing it with me, it turned out beautiful!! I am sorry, I can't understand what you mean exactly, but I'm glad that you were able to do it and the result is great :)</p>
<p>Linda... your craft ideas are just super awesome. Congratulations for your winning, so happy :) </p>
<p>Said by someone as talented as you, it's even a bigger compliment to me, thank you so much Tarun! :)</p>
This is so cool!!! <br>I wonder how it looks with different colors?
I'm sure it would look good as well, maybe even better! :)
Going to add this to the front of a card and write on the inside. Thanks can't wait to try these. Going to make 6.
It sounds so nice! Please post a picture of it here if you can, I'd be happy to see it :)
i love it, have to make some
Thank you! :)
What an easy, classy inexpensive project. I'm anxious to try these. Thank you
Oh thank you so much! I hope you have fun making them :)
Thanks! :)
I cannot wait to try this!! Thank you so much for posting. An inexpensive and beautiful craft, two wonderful things indeed! <br>
Oh you are so kind, thank you so much! :)
awesome decoration!
Thank you!
OMG this is a beauty linda..
Oh thank you very much! :)
It looks perfect! great work Linda :)
Thank you so much Muhaiminah!
You did an amazing job explaining the different coils!!! I cannot wait to try this. Thank you !!!
Oh thank you so much! I tried my best to make everything clear :) Have fun!
They're beautiful!
Thank you Emily!!
Thank you so much for making this instruct able, about 3 new ideas thanks to it :D
Wow, you are a creativity factory!! :D I can't wait to see what you make!
wow - love them! :)
Thank you Holly! :)
This is great! I'm going to do this with my 5 &amp; 6 year old daughters.
Glad you like them, have fun with your daughters! :)

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