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PAPER QUILLING  

 

Level: Junior, Middle School, High School
Grades: Gr. 3 and up | Age: 8yrs and up| Written by: Mary Breveleri
[Mary is from Springfield, Massachusetts]
Summary:

Learn the art of rolling, shaping and gluing paper together to create beautiful pictures.

Objectives:

Identification:

Historical: Creation: Appreciation:

What You Need:
What You Do:

  1. Discuss paper quilling and its history (see resources below)
  2. Shred paper in shredder ... children love to help.
  3. You could instead cut construction paper into thin strips - about 1/2" wide
  4. Give children a handful of paper and let them practice making a tight roll.
  5. Children can make a tiny fold at one end of the paper, and roll it all the way to the end.
  6. Encourage your students to let go of the spiralled roll a little, so there is a little space between the turns of the roll.
  7. The rolls can be secured with glue.
  8. Rolls can be round or oval in shape. Round rolls can be pinched at either end to make flower petal shapes.
  9. You can make many other shapes by pinching the roll in different areas.
  10. You can glue shapes together to make flowers, insects, animals ... etc.
  11. It is important to assemble the rolls on the cardboard so that the spirals are visible, not the edge of the roll.
  12. Students can also hang rolls from bits of string (a mobile perhaps?)
  13. or glue them to a pin back or barrette.

Tips:

Resources:

History of Quilling
The history of quilling dates back 500 years ...

Recommended Books/Products:

The Book of Paper Quilling
by Malinda Johnston
Create beautiful, decorative items with paper quilling, the art of arranging small paper scrolls in delicate designs. Try all of these more than 50 stunning projects, each complete with step-by-step instructions, patterns, and color photographs.

The Craft of Paper Quilling
by Janet Wilson

Rainy Day Activity : How to Make Playdough, Bubbles, Monster Repellent and More!
by Jennifer Rader
Rader has created a children's activity cookbook that's perfect for children of all ages. Children can learn how to make play dough, jewelry, puzzles, games, face paint, and much, much more.

Family Fun Crafts : 500 Creative Activities for You and Your Kids
by: The Editors of FamilyFun Magazine

Creating by Recycling (Crafts for All Seasons)
by Laia Sadurni, Anna Llimos
Create art with objects from around the house.



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