Today I come to you with the work of quilling. Did this work as a gift for the anniversary of the Pope, it is we love lilies.
Composition: 5 flowers and 2 buds, leaves.
Flowers closely. This large flowers.
This medium-sized flowers.
Background toned dry pastel (green, yellow and orange). Background paper for watercolor. And traditionally from me a little workshop. 🙂 For one petal will need: 1. a green bar (A4) – a form of “eye”, dissolved up to 15 mm. 2. two white stripes of two glued together strips A4 (obtained two strips 59-60 cm long) – a form of “crescent” – dissolved to 20 mm. I collect on a cork board with the help of pins. And turn over the white stripe. And gently Gnehm each petal to 90 degrees to the petals turned slightly convex. On the back side lobe of a small drop of adhesive at the boundary between the white and green portions (it to snugly spiral). Building on the flower with a funnel (you can not, then need a hot gun). The funnel must be steep. The first 3 petals planted. If so, and leave, you get the average flower.
If we add another 3 petals, you get a big flower.
Left – large flower (6 petals), on the right – an average of three petals.
This is a preliminary or trial, so to speak, assemble, to see what to add and what to remove and how much green you need. No glue, just located part way and that, until you have selected and not to establish the composition. Stamens. Millimeter strips 6-7 cm in length is twisted slightly dissolve (1 millimeter), attach a form of “an eye”. Separately yellow strips are cut to 1 mm in width and 2-3 cm long, is glued in the middle of each “eyes”. Using glue to fasten each stamen flower (3-5 to 1 flower). Leaves (2 colors) – 2-3 glued strips from “drop”. Their composition is about 40-45 pieces. The work is framed in a frame with glass. Framed deepened 3 cm. The dimensions of the frame – A4 (21×30 cm). You can view the master class here, how to deepen the frame. Strips, I, as always, I cut out of paper for pastels density of 125 g / m. The width of the strips – 2 mm. I hope that the small master class will help you. I wish you all a pleasant viewing and success!