Saturday, 18 December 2010

A whole new world

Let me quickly share something with you. Because I had NO idea. And because I don't think my husband would be interested. :-)

Since I'm sometimes designing digital scrapbooking kits I often want to find out how certain elements are made. Lately I noticed that a lot of kits contain paper flowers, so I went to check our-favorite-search-engine to see how they are made (in real life).

Little did I know where that search would take me. Don't get me wrong. I'm not even considering going hybrid. But hey, there are three little paper flowers sitting on my desk now that I just made. Maybe if I get a bit better at it I'll try to digitalize some.

There are hundreds (most probably thousands) of blogs, websites and You-Tube videos out there that show you how to make these things.

So if you're looking for something new to try out during your Christmas holidays, have a look at this amazing page (this goes so far beyond what I would be able to do):

Crafts, Kids and Quilling

1 comment:

  1. Interesting link- just adore the mini teapot, but know I would never have the patience or dexterity to make it.
    Happy Christmas to you.