This is a cork board with my favorite t-pins. The board has been slid into the plastic sleeve of a scrapbook refill page for a DIY homemade quilling cork board that you can get as messy as you want and reuse it over and over again or you can pull the cork and put it into a new sleeve for a brand new board. Don't forget to use the other side for more quilling projects.
Quilling is one of the easiest crafts to learn and is a beautiful way to express your creativity with papers. If you’re new to quilling, we’ll show you everything that you need to begin. If you’re already a quiller and would love to join in the fun, stay on and you’re welcome to share your quilling tips with us. All you need are a few simple tools: Paper strips, a slotted quilling tool, small scissors, tweezer, and glue.