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As promised, I have for you today another free tutorial for making paper quilled earrings! This is a very basic design idea, but has such fabulous and elegant results! Depending on the colors, size, and other variations you choose you can use these earrings with your casual, office, or even evening wear!
18 responses to “Make Your Own Paper Chain Quilling Bead Earrings”
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these are simple ,but awesome love it!!!
Yes, simple but awesome sums them up!!
fantastic, I saw your work, amazing 😉 you are greate inspration, Thank you
These are really easy to make and fun to wear…
it was realy perfect & fantastic,but i have 1 question and that is i live in iran and i wanna know that what they say to crystal glaze in persian please let me know becuse i realy want to make them but i don’t have crystal glaze,please send the answer to my email
Hi 🙂 I am not sure what they would call crystal glaze or sealant in Persian. Do you have any craft stores near where you live? Most craft stores will have some sort of sealant. Try to explain to the shop the purpose of the sealant that you want. Say that you want it to use for paper and you want it to make the paper sturdy and water resistant. You should be able to find something that will work. You can also order from here: http://www.honeysquilling.com/products-page/glues-adhesives-and-sealants/ I also have a post explaining how each of these sealants work: https://honeysquilling.wordpress.com/2012/07/12/how-to-use-sealant-with-your-paper-quilling/
great work! 😀
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yes in deed…though simple but creative and awesome
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Beautiful and very innovative creations. I am new to quilling and will be putting up a few of my creations as well. Please visit my blog and any tips/ comments will be appreciated.
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