Turn simple paper strips into super paper art
In 2006, we introduced a book on the venerable art of quilling.
Being Klutz, we gave the topic a fresh, friendly spin, with plenty
of kid-appealing projects and bright, juicy color. But, even so, we
were a little concerned about the response such an old-fashioned
craft would receive.
We shouldn''t have worried. More than 400,000 copies later,
Twirled Paper is still going strong. Turns out kids (and -
surprise! - grown-ups) love creating quirky, curly artwork out of
strips of colored paper. So now we''re thrilled to introduce a
whole new generation to the craft.
We''ve updated the package to our sturdy new easy-to-wrap,
easy-to-stack, open-flat box. Along with plenty of space to store
all the paper strips, glue, googly eyes and custom twirling wand,
we''ve added a new built-in pinboard work surface. Of course, the
book itself is still a cornucopia of ideas for using these supplies
to make aliens, alphabets, bugs, birds, cats, cows, flowers, frogs,
food, moons, monkeys, and more. Enough to make a whole twirled