How To Make Quilling Tulip Flower

Making a quilling tulip flower is a simple and fun paper craft that requires only a few basic supplies. Make your own quilled tulip using on-edge quilling by following these simple steps:


  • Quilling paper strips (in pink, yellow, green or any colour you want for the tulip)
  • Quilling needle
  • Glue
  • Tweezers
  • Quilling board (optional)
  • Scissors or paper cutter


  1. Take a sheet of paper, draw the tulip shape and cut it out.
  2. Now paste the tulip shape on your base sheet.
  3. Take the quilling strip of pink shade and do the outlining of the tulip with this strip.
  4. After the outlining is done, fill the inside portion with the yellow and pink colour strips.
  5. Once the filling is done, take a green colour strip, curve it a little and paste is just below the flower for the stem.
  6. Now take 1 another green coloured strip of paper, fold it into 2 parts and curve it a little from both sides for the leaf shape.
  7. Repeat Step 6 and make 1 more leaf.
  8. Then paste it around the stem.
  9. Now take a lighter shade of green and fill the leaf.

Repeat these steps to make as many quilling tulip flowers as you like, experimenting with different colours and sizes to make a lovely on-edge quilling bouquet.

If you want to watch the video tutorial then the link is given below:-–JWj9KovI&t=407s

Isn’t it amazing how a Pattern made out of Paper is Depicting Life


Life is simple yet so complicated and this artwork by Aarti Rawat (RawAtCraft) pattern is a depiction of life.
We are born, we die that is the fact no one can change but in between, we face several ups and downs like this pattern. We do get certain windows in between through which we can slide, we can climb, we can run or do whatever is within our limits to move forward in life馃槉
In our mind we all feel that our life is different from others, ironically the truth is that we all follow the same process.
We all are welcomed to this planet through the womb of another soul, we all go through ups and downs in between and at the end cessation of the heartbeat takes it all馃専
The pattern is white in colour to provide a soothing effect and simplicity to our eyes.
Do give your valuable feedback in the comments section on how you look at this.
The size of this artwork is 23 by 19 inches