Quilling Strip Storage

A rat’s nest no more – I finally found a method of viewing all my strips at one time. Push pins on foam core help stretch out my poor pretzeled strips. I can access any color and not worry about re-bagging or unintentional crimping from a lid of a hastily packed box. Perhaps I might even label the brand and color along the side. No wonder I’ve been called OC…


2 Comments (+add yours?)

    Aug 24, 2010 @ 23:47:01

    dear Cecilia, your creations are very nice.i would like to know that what are the brands of paper strips that you are using.if you don,t mind please let me know them.thank you! I,m Ruvini from Bahrain.


    • Cee
      Aug 25, 2010 @ 06:39:49

      Hi Ruvini, thanks for your compliments 😀

      My first paper strips were from the Klutz Twirled Paper book. I love the weight but yearned for subtler colors. My next brands were Lake City Crafts and Paplin. I’ve enjoyed both brands for weight and color, but have noticed recently that I am preferring heavier weighted paper for my work needing longer swooshes. It’s hard to find that right balance of weight and color selection in Vancouver, BC. I hope that helps you.


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