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Posted by Bia Watanabe | 24 November 2016

Some of my little creations with curled paper, the quilling! These are 3D creations. They serve as miniatures to ornate something or make little animations, for example. Where did I start? I started...

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Posted by Bia Watanabe | 19 November 2016

Bia and Little Bread were tired after eating snacks at their picnic! In this magic world, Little Bread is huge and Bia is so tiny! What are these two still going to...

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rose flower miniature quilling
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 21 October 2016

Quilling allows you to creater 3d things using paper. They can be used for decoration, jewelry, ornaments. Here are some quillings pictures with my creations using  3mm wide strips of...

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details of a spring colors quilling
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 13 August 2016

While researching a cutting technique and paper collage, I found an advertisement about the quilling technique. So I decided to buy this book, starter kits, materials and watch videos. Quilling...

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handmade green box and notebook bookbinding
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 13 August 2016

Here are manual bookbinding works. I started studying these techniques at the end of my course in industrial design (2006/2007) at Rio de Janeiro and then, Buenos Aires, Argentina. This...

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miniature of a cup of coffee in quilling
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 13 August 2016

Here are some miniatures with which I’ve been investing my time! I always liked to assemble small houses and imagine mini worlds. So as a child I liked and still...

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work in progress in a quilling creation
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 08 July 2016

A peek in the assembly process of my quilling. Above you can see my little strips  (3 mm wide paper), scissors, glue, tweezers and a tool for securing the paper...

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quilling details in purple and blue
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 24 April 2016

quilling image in purple and blue tones, referring to a night garden. Papers of 3mm wide were used in this creation by bia watanabe.

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