How to make quilling daffodils

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I present to you the long-awaited daffodils,
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Side view. Frankly, do the daffodils was very interesting, had to think, to ponder how best to do, rearrange the flowers, try different compositions.
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The result was what happened.
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For the colors, I took a light yellow, white and dark yellow paper. Light yellow and white – for the petals and a dark yellow – for fringed
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As seen in the photograph, the flower has 6 petals and one midway and the tab, in turn, consists of 3 parts “eyes”.
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Each “eye” – is a strip of 2 mm A4, twisted rolls to dissolve in the eye, if it is necessary to more precisely, it is for you, I specifically checked the diameter at the officer’s line – 13 mm.Can be 12-14 mm. 3 “eyes” are collected in a petal on a cork board with glue, petal framed strip of 2 mm of the same color (cut by 7.5-8 cm).
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This preform. Because of all the work it took more time creating these petals. And because it was new to me, I fumbled a little longer with them.
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Then, 6 petals are collected in the funnel 20 mm diameter (circle officer contours using a ruler and cut out). For midway took a strip width of 10 mm and a length of 40-45 cm, has cut fringes shallow, curl up in a roll, just squeezed inside, so it was a recess behind the reinforcing adhesive. After drying in reinforcing the center of the funnel with petals with adhesive.
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I took the 3 colors to the leaves: green, green (closest to the color of “hacks”) and dark green. Has cut strips 4 mm in width. The leaves are made large, medium and small, in line with the strips are glued to 2 pcs., 4 pcs. and 8 pcs. How many stripes and leaves suggest can not, because did everything by eye, much depends on the composition. In this photo – roughing assembly (no glue).
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The composition with leaves I added thinly sliced ​​strips, which I squeezed his hand and pasted below. Backing paper for watercolors, stained dry pastel 2 different colors: blue and blue.
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I hope that my mini-craft is understandable, but if there are some questions, write, with pleasure I will answer.
courtesy: stranamasterov

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