Papercraft Superstar

Honey's Quilling

Craft along with Honey from Honey's Quilling

Honey Moser
Blogger, homeschooling teacher, homemaker

When did you first start crafting and how did you learn?

I've always crafted. I grew up out in the country with nowhere to go and had lots of time for creating things! My mom taught me the basics of sewing when I was about 8. My grandmother taught me how to crochet when I was about 10. In the same year I got a book from the library about paper quilling and started that as well. I did a lot of building things out of paper, making cards, drawing pictures, etc. as well.

Can you remember the first thing you made?

I have no idea as I have been crafting since I was so young! Some of my first crafting projects were with my Barbie dolls. I sewed them clothes and I built them furniture out of old tissue boxes. My sisters and I also built an awesome Barbie car out of a large doll box, toilet paper tubes, and other cardboard pieces. I wish I had photos!

Where do you look for inspiration?

These days I get a lot of inspiration from cultural designs that I see, especially Indian designs. My husband is Indian, so I have plenty of exposure to the culture, clothing, etc. I especially love the paisley and swirl designs found on Indian fabric for saris and other outfits. I also get inspiration when I see the jewelry that people are wearing and I think "I could make something like that out of paper!"

What's your craft space like and how do you organize your supplies?

I share a small home office with my husband. I have a computer desk and a quilling desk. All of my craft supplies are organized in a large plastic drawer cabinet, which keeps it fairly tidy. Of course there are always plenty of craft supplies spilled across my desk at any given moment. I usually take what I need to use at the time and bring it to the dining table so that my daughters can join me in crafting.

What music/podcasts/TV shows do you love to craft along to?

At night when I do my paper quilling I like to watch either romantic comedies, sitcoms, Star Trek, and others. Whatever I am in the mood for at the time.

Do you do any other crafts and what are your hobbies?

I mostly do paper quilling now, though that ventures both into cardmaking, framed art, and jewelry. I love crocheting, but it aggravates my wrist (carpal tunnel) so I usually stick to paper quilling which isn't painful. I also love vegan baking and cooking, reading, gardening, and teaching (I homeschool my two daughters)

Is there anything else you'd like to add?

Thanks for the opportunity to be a Papercraft Superstar, I love more avenues for sharing paper quilling tutorials!

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