Instructables Quilling Contest and More!

There must be something in the water... months passed with no paper craft contest sightings and then all of the sudden I heard about three last week! So this post is a little round up in case you would like to check them out...

A quilling contest is underway on Instructables.com that has lots of prizes provided by the Silhouette company  - 19, in fact, including a custom stamp maker, a Cameo electronic cutting machine, dies, etc. You have plenty of time to make something fabulous and present it as an Instructable; the contest end date is not until July 18.

Instructables Quilling Contest

Over at AllFreeHolidayCrafts, a Father's Day comment contest is underway through June 17. The site editors selected Karla Lim's popular origami lettering DAD pop-up card [edit: no longer available] that she shared as a guest post here at All Things Paper a few years back as one of the entries.


If you like, check out the contest and vote for your favorite project. If Karla's card should happen to win, she will receive an Amazon gift card and you will be eligible to win a Natural Wonders Color Art adult coloring book and colored pencils just for voting via a comment.

And while I'm mentioning the AllFreeHolidayCrafts, allow me to also give a shout out to AllFreePaperCrafts.


I enjoy receiving the AFPC newsletter as new quilling links are often included in their What's Hot in the paper crafting world list. The staff works hard to gather tutorials on topics such as paper flower making, home decor paper crafts, printables, paper toys, card making and more that are presented as free themed e-books. Here is the quilling e-book that contains links to 40+ projects.

 
Ann Martin
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  1. Ann,Have you seen this amazing artwork? http://www.faithtap.com/5977/stunning-sculptures-made-out-of-paper/ Pat S

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  2. Patricia, thanks for the link. I've had the pleasure of seeing one of Li Hongbo's sculptures in person in a paper exhibit at the Morris Museum - it was remarkable!

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  3. Great roundup of possibilities Ann! Thank you for keeping us all in the know :D

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  4. Hi Cecelia, glad you enjoyed it!

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