DIY Paper Crafts – How to Make a Quilling Frame out of Cardboard !

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DIY Paper Crafts – How to Make a Quilling Frame out of Cardboard !

Frames for photos can be not only a good decoration of the interior, but also a wonderful gift to loved ones. They can be bought at any store or made from improvised materials by their own hands. The most accessible material in this case is paper.

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What would happen is we have a quilling box of cardboard with our own hands for photos, we will need a multi-colored cardboard, glue gun, PVA glue, office knife, paper for quilling, a tool for quilling.

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We begin with the fact that on the inside of the colored cardboard we draw the size of our future frame in the decor .

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Then take the knife and carefully cut out the frame .

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Now you need to take a glue gun and glue together a whole sheet of cardboard and workpiece for the frame. Apply glue to the very edge of the whole cardboard, so that there is room for a photo. What’s more, plus the use of an adhesive gun, that it creates a small space between the sheets of cardboard, where the photograph will be located in the future.

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Now you need to make a stand for the frame. To do this, take the cardboard and cut out the figure as shown in the photo. Bend the edges of the figure in such a way that the middle remains about a centimeter wide.

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At the back of the middle, apply glue and glue the stand to the frame.

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Now you can proceed to the decor, which will be made in the quilling technique. For this we need to take a quilling tool. If you do not have one, it can be very easily made from a conventional toothpick.

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To do this, take a knife, and gently cut the edge of the toothpick. The tool is ready.

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Now we start to make flowers, for this we clamp the edge of the paper in the toothpick and fold the loose circle.

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Then press one end of the circle to get a drop. This will be our petals. Do not forget to glue the edges of the paper PVA.

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With the help of PVA glue we collect a flower of six petals, and decorate the middle with a simple yellow circle.

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We adhere the flower to the frame.

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We make other flowers. To do this, we twist a loose circle, and then bend the two edges upward, pressing the middle inward.

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We supplement this flower with green leaves-droplets and connect it with another flower with a strip of green paper.

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In the same way, we make a flower of a different color and attach it to the top of the frame. From the green paper, folded together several times, we make a sheet that is fastened to the bottom flower and we complement the composition with one more leaf and twig.

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We glue together a few green strips and attach them to the base of the flower . We bend twigs, imitating a vine. Do not forget to fix everything with glue.

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On the edge of the upper branch we fasten a small flower from simple circles.

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The frame is ready. If desired, the decor can be supplemented with a large number of details.

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