Quilling, Paper Filigree or Filigrana. Tons of free instructions and patterns for quilling, card making, tea bag folding, and paper crafts can be found here. Silhouette cut files too.
Quilling is an art form that dates back to the Renaissance and involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to make intricate designs.
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