This Quilled Cat is a good introduction to quilling. As the kids get a little more experienced they can move on to some really beautiful projects or create their own masterpieces.
c5mm Yellow Quilling Paper
Make the main body of the cat
Cut a piece of 5mm yellow quilling paper, then roll one end into a small circle sized 10mm
Roll the quilling paper 4 times and shape it into a lose oval and stick the tail;
Press the out layer and shape it into a tear drop as shown in the picture;
Stick the tear drop pattern on a card, then make another smaller drop pattern, and finally stick them together.
Make the feet and ears for the cat
Cut 2 pieces of 5mm quilling paper, then roll each into a loose coil;
2nd, press and shape the coil into eye-like pattern respectively;
Stick them to the bottom of the quilling body, making them the feet of the cat;
Cut another 2 pieces of quilling paper, roll them into loose coil and shape them into teardrop respectively;
Stick them to the top of the main body, making them the ears of the cat.
Finish the cute yellow quilling paper cat
Cut a piece of quilling paper, then tailor it into pieces as pictured, making them the beard of the cat;
Cut a piece of quilling paper and make a loose coil in the end, making it the tail of the cat;
Stick the beards one by one to make the cat alive and vivid.
Time for the final look! It's so cute! Do you love it?
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