Paper Crafts (Origami-Quilling-Decoupage) for Beginners WEA Sydney

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Paper is one of the most versatile materials for craft making. Origami, paper quilling and decoupage are highly inventive techniques used in paper crafting. Origami is a Japanese paper folding technique to transform a sheet of square paper into 3D objects, such as figurines and flowers. Paper quilling involves rolling paper strips to form coils and shapes and assembling them with glue to create beautiful embellishments. Decoupage, a French word which means to cut out, is a decorating technique where pictures are cut out and glued onto a plain surface of an object to enhance visual appeal. Paper and glue are provided.


  • Face-to-Face


  • Concepts of combining paper craft techniques to create unique artworks
  • Card design – card scoring, decoration ideas and handmade paper embellishments
  • Origami, quilled and textured flowers, leaves, birds, pots and other objects
  • Method of wrapping wire flower stems with floral tape
  • Technique of decoupage


By the end of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Score and fold cards neatly with a simple tool
  2. Design and make personalised greeting cards
  3. Create paper embellishments and 3D objects by performing origami and quilling techniques
  4. Decoupage objects to create stylish effects

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