Get Your Roll On Quilling is in the process of creating the very first quilling site of it's kind. I fell into quilling quite by accident. When I think about it, its truly my most favorite mistake.
Get Your Roll On Quilling will share the very detailed photographic process that I went through as a quiller. If you are a quiller I am sure that you are familiar with a lack of easily understood quilling sites. I have always found it troublesome that most quilling sites display these dynamic and breath-taking pieces of quilled art, but most people just don't know how to get there.
There are online sites that have tutorials and galleries but not one site has started from the beginning. No one wants to show off the pieces that they have made that has significant flaws. However, I am going to change that. This blog will begin at the beginning and eventually I will catch up to where I am now with my quilling.
I always took an exceptional amount of pictures while quilling because I was terrified that I would not be able to reproduce something. I taught myself, developing my own unique style. I was able to teach myself by looking at pictures online and gave it my best to duplicate those that kept my interest. This led to me taking on bigger and bigger projects that I may not have been traditionally ready to tackle.
I can't wait to share all of the tips and trick I have learned along the way. I also promise that I will show as many failures as successes because it was those failures that taught me how to quill in a much more successful, productive and visually appealing way.
I am excited to begin this journey with all of my fellow artists and quillers. Until the site goes live you can find the original quilling blog at...