Tuesday Treasure: Quilled Paper Creations

by Molly Kimball, elephantbeads

Come to NorthStarPapercraft for some delightful discoveries. Learn a thing or two about fabulous art that can be created with paper. The shop owner and designer, Fiona Payne, specializes in “quilling,” or “paper filligree.” This is a painstaking process using strips of colored paper to create swirls of all sizes, resulting in designs that can be as simple as a delicate pair of earrings or as complex as an intricate scene that can be framed and hung on the wall. Below are just a few of the surprises you’ll find in Fiona’s shop. Check out her Facebook page, too, to track her works in progress!




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  1. Beautiful quilling!

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  2. Love the colours in the earrings!

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  3. Reblogged this on North Star Papercraft and commented:
    This seems like a pretty good inaugural post! Thank you, DListers, for featuring North Star Papercraft this week!

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  4. Thanks all! Fiona – our pleasure! Your shop has a promising future, with your unique creations!

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  5. Funny, I had been looking at her gorgeous shop earlier today. So nice to see it featured. Each item is interesting and unique!

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  6. Sabrina

     /  May 27, 2015

    These items are so awesome. I sent you out to every social media I have. FB, twitter, Pinterest. Great job Northstar

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  7. I love paper quilling!

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  8. Michelle - GrapeVine Ceramics & Gifts

     /  May 28, 2015

    WOW!!! Beautiful work!



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