Faux Iron Gate

Project Description

What inspired your paper craft project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Faux Iron Gate Link to website or photo suzyssitcom.com/2012/06/feature-friday-faux-iron-gate-tutorial.html What are you most proud of? The gate looks rusty and old. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Save up a bunch of toilet paper tubes! Use a cutting board with a graph to help keep the lines even in this project.

What you will need

  • Toilet paper tubes
  • paper towel tubes
  • balsa wood
  • glue

Q&A with suzy6281

Jolly-hot-Colly asked:
That is amazing. You have SO much patience.
suzy6281 answered:
Thank you!
Molly Tinka asked:
i love your work suzy, i am new to this site but i will be returning thank you.
suzy6281 answered:
Thank you!
imsh73 asked:
I am amazed at how good this looks! I have always been crazy about this type of architecture. You did a spectacular job!
suzy6281 answered:
Thank you!
sweetpezs3867750 asked:
Is there a tutorial of some sort for this project. What part of the gate is made with the toilet paper tubes?? Thanks, K
suzy6281 answered:
You can find the full tutorial here: http://suzyssitcom.com/2012/06/feature-friday-faux-iron-gate-tutorial.html
janed19452792775 asked:
I found Quilling last year while in a deep depression I had just discovered Pinterest. I could only manage to sit all day & just use a finger or two. I saw Quilling for the first time & was amazed at how beautiful this could be when made of something so simple as paper & so many vivid imaginations. I have wanted to begin but can't afford a big investment on something to just "try out." Now I found your craft in the jar & I will follow this class. I am so excited! Thanks for making my imagination a possibility!!
suzy6281 answered:
You are very welcome! suzy