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Paper Quilling Shape No 9 – Tulip / shark fin

In the last paper Quilling shape tutorials, we have learned the eight shape of paper Quilling – Triangle and the ninth shape of paper Quilling is Tulip, Now Let see how making Tulip. It is also called as Shark fin since it looks like a shark fin. It is very easy to make, for doing this we have to gather this following material.

Material needed:

– Strips of paper (⅛ or ¼ inches wide) of varying colors

– A slotted Quilling tool,

– A drop of white glue and

– A toothpick

Paper Quilling Tutorial
Paper Quilling Tutorial

Methods to do:

Now take a single strip of paper and slotted Quilling tool, and insert the strip of the paper into the Quilling tool, then turn the Quilling tool anti clockwise and roll it on till the end of the strip. While rolling up be careful that hold the paper strip tight with your thumb and index finger so that we can make the tight coil.

After doing the tight coil, do not paste it with the glue instead place in on the flat surface and make a loose coil and then  paste the end of the strip with the help of the white glue and tooth pick.

After making the loose coil, make the tear drop and then make a half circle and pinch of the rounded top and create a Triangle and then press in on the sides to make the shark fin shape i.e Tulip. Now a beautiful Tulip or shark fin  is ready…

This shape is very decorative so it can be used to make flower petal, greeting cards, 3D paper Quilling and so on…

Watch this video below to make this Paper Quilling shape in an easy way..

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