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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Adventures in Quilling

It is my pleasure to introduce an extraordinary quilling studio, QuillingbySandraWhite, on Zibbet. With nearly 40 years of experience, this artist has distinguished herself in the quilling community by evolving the unique style we enjoy in her shop today. Sandy places a cutout of the shape she wishes to capture over a strategically quilled background. The quilling becomes the brush strokes adding a layer of texture and interest to her one-of-a-kind 3D masterpieces.

Sandy constructs traditionally quilled keepsake wedding invitations and birth announcements, and will work with you to create a beautifully framed, uniquely quilled remembrance. She has an exciting line of cards that combine the elegance of quilling with the beauty of handmade papers and are suitable for framing.

There are also stunning quilled Christmas ornaments that would make wonderful gifts. Your thoughtfulness will be remember each time they hang it up and marvel at its design.

Sandy’s creative corner is in New Hampshire, she ships to the United State, and has her own website. Like me, she sells on multiple venues and additional shops can be found on ArtFire, Bonanza, and eCrater, where you will find a collection of vintage craft magazines and books. To think the magic is all done with paper!


  1. wonderful blog feature! love the quilling art by Sandy!
    Thanks for sharing On Fire team member!

  2. In response to your question, it's called horsehair. As of the day I used it, I am officially in love with the stuff.

  3. Very beautiful and unique! Thanks for sharing inspiration!
    MoSt Anything Hawaii

  4. I want to again thank you for this wonderful post about my quilling. I had to check it out again when someone followed your blog to my artfire shop. thanks and keep up the good work.
    Sandy White