Easy and Beautiful Paper Wall Hanging

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Introduction: Easy and Beautiful Paper Wall Hanging

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This recycled wall hanging is an elegant addition to your home decor because it creates an aura of perfection and optimism.

Explore the magic of paper quilling art and use it to make this wall decoration item as well as a room decor Item too. I think This step by step tutorial is perfect for beginners.

The entire wall hanging is made from 1/8" quilling paper strips. The project definitely requires a little patience, but the payoff is well worth the effort!

This wall hanging will make from cardboard, woollen, plastic beads and some quilling strips, this wall hanging features intricate quilling paperwork in the circular frame along with vibrant colours beads...

Supplies

1.Cardboard

2.Wollen balls

3.Multiple Colors of 1/8" Quilling Paper Strips

4.White glue

5.Hot glue

6.Plastics beads

7.Quilling Tool

Let's get started!

Step 1: Making the Cardboard Base

The first step is to make a base, here I have made a cardboard base.

Step 2: Preparing the Base With Woolen Thread

Now covered the cardboard base with woollen thread...

Step 3: Tiny Yellow Coiled

Here I have shared how to made this tiny yellow coiled. Starts quilling with rolling a strip of paper into a coil and then pinching the coil into shapes that can be glued together.

Step 4: Making the Quilling Flower

In this step, I'll show how to make different shapes using quilling techniques that we'll need later.

Making coil: When you’re ready to start quilling, take full strip or tear the length of quilling paper that you need from your strip. The length of your strip will indicate how large your coil ends up. Now lay the end on your index finger of one hand while holding the slotted tool in the other. Use your thumb and index finger to roll the paper strip around the needle tool, while holding your tool still. Roll the paper all the way to the end of your strip. When you’ve finished rolling, carefully remove the coil from the tool, holding it in a way that it won’t unroll. Lightly glue the end to the rest of the coil.

Petal shape: Take a slightly loose coil & pinch both ends to form petal shape like the picture.

Step 5: Making This Quilling Swirls

Quilling Swirls give beautiful effects to your project...

The simplest type of a quilling paper swirl is just essentially a thicker scroll made by rolling a stack of a few strips together. After getting the coil to the size and shape you want, apply a little glue between the layers of paper on the tail end.

Step 6: Decoration

Assemble all of the quilling designs on the base, with hot glue.

Step 7: Finally

Finally, an amazing & beautiful wall hanging is ready.

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    11 Comments

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    AnandM54
    AnandM54

    6 months ago

    Wow... It looks so beautiful... Superb!!!

    Very nice project, the funny thing is I viewed this so soon it is a featured project with 14 views.

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    artisanpallet
    artisanpallet

    Reply 5 months ago

    Thank you

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    wertyegg1
    wertyegg1

    8 months ago on Step 7

    Where's the paper? Just kidding this is very cool! It would look neat if you put a mirror in the center!

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    artisanpallet
    artisanpallet

    Reply 5 months ago

    thank you...I will try to do that on om next project..thank you for your feed back....

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    Anni boy
    Anni boy

    7 months ago

    Nice, it looks like a purse but is cool. I am not into arts a lot but hey this one caught my attention

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    TheHandCraftHob
    TheHandCraftHob

    6 months ago

    So beautiful!
    It's hard to believe it's made out of paper.
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    artisanpallet
    artisanpallet

    Reply 5 months ago

    Thank you so much...

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    snowf7
    snowf7

    7 months ago

    It wouldn't take a lot of changes to make a flowered crown for a little princess. Maybe add some trailing ribbons. I also liked wertyegg1"s idea of adding a mirror.