This design not only was one of my earliest, but is also responsible for spurring my creative thinking when it came to paper jewelry. The half hoop element was not anything I had ever seen in quilling before, and if it could be achieved, what other creative ideas were out in the velvety darkness waiting for me to pluck them from that of imagination and roll them into reality? They will forever represent to me the notion that there is more than one way to do anything. Thinking beyond the box can only lead to further expansion and creativity. What a lovely idea to wear around in your lobes all day. Now you can get creative too and make your very own pair with this easy to follow tutorial and highly detailed photographs.
Erin Curet is a paper quilling artist who is lucky enough to travel around the United States sharing her love and knowledge of the craft. Erin is also the founder of Little Circles, a paper quilling ...
Erin Curet is a paper quilling artist who is lucky enough to travel around the United States sharing her love and knowledge of the craft. Erin is also the founder of Little Circles, a paper quilling design company and spends her days rolling & scrolling in her Northern Michigan studio. You can find out more about Erin and access all of her free designs, tutorials and articles by visiting her website at www.littlecircles.netView all patterns by designer (6) »