Monday, August 2, 2010

Quilled Place Card and Favor Box

Edited 2/22/16 - You'll find an updated/simplified version of this tutorial right here - enjoy!

The Inspired Bride is featuring a tutorial for this place card and favor box I made to coordinate with my most recent custom marriage certificate. If you're new to quilling, small projects like these are a great way to get started, and just might impress wedding guests who haven't seen or heard of rolled paper art.


Edited 2/22/16 - You'll find an updated/simplified version of this tutorial right here - enjoy!

19 comments:

  1. They are both perfect! Each has just enough quilling to pique a person's interest or curiosity.

    Gail

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  2. Wow!! That's beautiful, have you considered to make a tutorial or a youtube video?

    Paula.

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  3. These items are really beautiful.. I love the style and colours..

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  4. wow.. i love the colour combination :)

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  5. Gorgeous! And I bet every single guest would actually take their place cards home with them!

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  6. It's simply exquisite. Wish I had known all those years ago about the art of rolled paper. This makes me want to get married again, if only for the marriage certificate and wonderful keepsakes.

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  7. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [03 Aug 12:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  8. Adorable Ann!! as everything you do!!!
    Have a great week!
    Regina

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  9. Stunning, Ann. I wanna be you when I grow up, quilling-wise!

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  10. So elegant looking. I think those make a very impressive touch.

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  11. These are so sweet and beautiful, Ann. Definitely the prettiest place cards and favor box I have ever seen at a wedding - and I stopped counting at 1000!

    I love the colors you chose as well. Great eye appeal. What guest wouldn't want to take these home.

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  12. So beautiful and elegant as always!! xx

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  13. beautiful work, lovely colors.

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  14. Gorgeous! Light and airy. Great work!
    Shelly

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  15. I love that quilling! It looks very modern and clean although it is such an "old-fashioned" technique! Well done.

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