How to make Lil’ Chicks- Paper Quilling

Today is Day2 of the Write Tribe’s 7 Days To Rediscovering Your Blogging Groove. And today we are answering a question. Here is my Day 1 post: Write a List: Resolutions before Dec 31

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And this is a HOW TO post from me! I had many friends who asked me how I made my Lil’ chicks. They were so adorable that it melted many a hearts- including P’s and mine. I was leaping with joy at the outcome 🙂 She was my only solace when I was down with Conjunctivitis and she used to watch me write my blog.

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So, let’s try to make one today:

The Tutorial:

1. Keep the quilling papers- yellow, orange and black ready along with adhesive, scissors and the quilling pen.

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2. Now we are making the head of the chicken first. Cut a small black strip of paper.

3. Paste the black strip to the end of the yellow as shown in figure.

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4. Using the quilling pen, roll the strip of paper.

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5. When it is rolled to the last, stick the end. Remove from the quilling pen and the head is ready.

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6. Take another yellow quilling strip and roll using the quilling pen.

7. Place the pen in the middle of the rolled strip of paper and loosen a bit.

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8. Stick the end.

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9. Press an end of this rolled paper till you get the below shape. The body is now ready.

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10. Stick the head and body together.

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11. Take a small orange strip and fold to half.

12. Make a small V-cut at the fold. Keep the small V aside. That’s the beak of the chicken.

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13. Open and divide into two.

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14. Stick the beak and legs to the chicken.

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Perch them on a tree. 🙂

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Ideas from Youtube Quilling tutorials.

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Comments

  1. Good…you make everything so simple…awesome step by step explanation 🙂

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