Quilling paper comes in a variety of colors and widths; most of our projects can be made with standard precut strips. If you prefer, use a paper cutter and medium-weight paper, such as vellum or stationery, to make your own; construction paper is too heavy and will not roll easily.
- A round-headed pin is useful for precise glue application.
- A slotted quilling tool lets you create coiled shapes with ease.
- Fine-pointed tweezers are essential for tiny shapes.
- Use small sharp scissors to cut fringe.