This time, I gave a try my hand on 3D miniatures. Yes!! It's a quilled lemon.
Today I am sharing the making process of a quilled lemon. It may look complicated but believe me it's not.
Just follow these few simple steps.
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Step 1: Supplies
Supplies needed :--
- 50 Yellow quilling strips , 5 mm wide and 11.5 cms. long 11 Green quilling strips, 5 mm wide and 11.5 cms long
- Stotted quilling tool
- A quilling mould
- Fevicol MR
- Small sized scissors
Step 2: Making Coils
Start sticking 25 yellow strips end-to-end. Make a tight coil using a quilling tool or quilling needle. Secure the edge with glue. Make a dome shape out out of this coil with the help of a quilling mould. After the 'dome' has been made, seal it by applying some fevicol MR/white glue on the inside as well as the outside.
Step 3: Attaching the Coils
Now attach two yellow domes (we formed earlier) together. Add another strip in middle to hide the joined line.
Step 4: Making Stem
Now quill another small 4 cm long brown strip like picture to make stem of lemon. Add it in the center of lemon top by using glue.
Step 5: Making Leaves
Take a green strip of paper and make loads of scissor cuts to resemble grass. Add some of them together.
Stick the leaves on stem and lemon joint to finish.
Participated in the
Quilling Contest 2016