Quilled Bride

Introduction: Quilled Bride

About: Hey, everyone! I'm Theodora, and I love cooking, crafting, and most of all, Broadway musicals! Take a look at some of my projects!

This tutorial is going to show you how to make a quilled bride.

My sister did this one.

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Step 1: Materials

For this project, you will need:

White paper strips

Skin colored paper strips

Red paper strips

Blonde paper strips


Quilling Tool

Step 2: Making the Dress

To make the dress, glue together about 6 white strips and then form a tight coil. Press the center inwards to make a cone-like shape. Glue the inside to make sure the shape holds. Repeat the process but this time, only use 4 strips. Glue the smaller cone, point side down, onto the larger cone, point side up. Let dry, and then wrap the center, where they meet, with red to form a sash.

Step 3: Making the Head & Hair

To make the head of the bride, use the quilling tool to make a coil that can fit inside the top of the dress. Glue down the end, and then glue the head into the dress. Then, take the blonde strip and glue it to the top of the head, leaving a bit at the edges to coil upwards to form hair.

Step 4: Making the Veil

To make the veil, cut a piece of white paper to fit the size of the head. Attach small strips of white paper to it and then glue onto the head.

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