Sunday, January 18, 2009

Free Quilled Wild Rose Pattern




Here's a pattern to make quick and simple Wild Roses from 1/4" or wider quilling paper.

Supplies:
  • Quilling paper, color of your choice
  • Quilling tool
  • Beads or glitter
  • Glue
  • Scissors

To make the roses:
  • 9 -1/2” pieces rose 3/8” quilling paper cut to point at one end.
  • 4 -1/2” pieces peach 3/8” quilling paper cut to point at one end.

Slightly roll both edges of the uncut end.
For the larger rose glue six curled pieces in a circle on a small square of scrap paper for the bottom layer, then glue four together for the center making sure the folds facing up.
Glue three pearls to middle.
The bud or smaller rose is four pieces with three pearls.
Add quilled or punched leaves to finish the design.

  • Hints:
    For a different look try making the roses with the folded tips facing
    down.
    Gold or silver beads, small quilled strips, or glitter glue may also be
    used for the centers.
  • Chalk the tips or center of the rose.
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4 comments:

Colleen said...

Hi Denise..thx for stopping by my blog and adding my link! Your shop has some great quilling tools..I can't find any decent ones over here.

Gorgeous flower..thx for sharing the instructions!

Reshmi Nair said...

Hi Denise,
Thanx for ur comment on my blog.. to comment on ur blog the craft is just so amazing.. U got lot of good designs and patterns.. the roses are just so beautiful.. Got gr8 tools too.. Just loved this blog and i'll make sure to try out some more desings seeing ur blog and will share it with u.. Thanx a lot to share the tutorial of wild rose pattern..

Thanx,
Reshmi

Jeanne said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I look forward to reading yours and learning more about quilling!

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