Awesome Quilling Tool
I think quilling is so beautiful and have tried a few basic projects in the past. Many of the shapes start with a strip of paper that is usually coiled (by hand) around a slotted quilling tool.
The problem is you often need to quill quite a few strips to create your designs or shapes, and this can get tiring/tedious. This battery operated quilling tool called Quill Ease makes it so much easier and quicker!
HERE is a quick video demonstrating how it works.
I will admit that when I first saw the product in the store, I thought it was a great idea but was afraid that it would not work as well as I hoped. I was more than pleasantly surprised!
I should point out that since purchasing and trying the Quill Ease tool, I’ve discovered that there are several other motorized quilling tools on the market. Because I’ve only tried this one, I am not in a position to say how this tool compares to the others. And since I’ve so far only used this tool for a half hour or so, I am not in a position to say how it will hold up over time, but my initial impression is that I will enjoy using this very much and am already thinking of card ideas that I can’t wait to try! Hopefully, I’ll have one or two to share soon….
If you are interested in quilling and have not yet tried it, there are quite a few video tutorials on YouTube showing how to create basic quilled shapes that can be used as a starting point for your projects. This was one of the first videos I had seed and had found it to be quite helpful.
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Quilling designs are so pretty I think. Have fun with your new tool!
wonderful post Lisa. Looking foward to seeing some of your projects.
I have not tried quilling yet but I just love the look. Every time I walk past that section in the craft store I wonder if I should give a try! Can’t wait to see what you create!
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