I want to share with you a detailed master classto create a ballerina figure from quilling paper. A handy instruction for beginners and lovers to create their own hands with beauty. We will need: - paper for quilling gray, blue and pink; - stick for quilling (tool for torsion); - PVA glue; - scissors; - ruler; - rhinestones. And so, the ballerina's head is a tightly twisted roll of two glued together gray strips. The neck of our figure is a gray strip of 10 cm glued together. Head and neck are glued together. Now we pass to the hands. They are made of gray paper. Two strips must be glued to each other. Next, bend 4 times to get one thick line. All glue and do not dry up the glue to decorate the arm slightly bending the paper. And then we glue hands to the neck. The ballerina's body will consist of a blue stripe twisted into a free spiral. The edges are glued together. We give the roll a triangle shape. Then from pink short strips we twist small rolls. I got 8 rolls, which I inserted and stuck into our billet torso. Gave a more subtle waist shape and glued to her hands. For the skirt base, I took blue stripes. We need to make 5 drops. Two strips are glued to each other and we get one long strip. Such strips need 5 pieces. Each strip is twisted into a free roll of one diameter, the edge is glued. The resulting circles are shaped like drops. Try on a skirt. In the empty seats between the drops placed curls of pink color. Twisted 4 strips about 10 cm in not tight tight curls and also glued to the skirt. On the head of a short strip made a small bundle of hair. A free roll rolls and bends in the form of a letter C, is glued. The ballerina's feet are made according to the type of hands. That is, 2 gray strips are glued together, bent into several layers and pasted. We decorate the legs, leaving a small space between the strips. Pointe shoes of our almost finished ballerina are made from small strips in the form of drops. The final stage is to decorate the ballerina with rhinestones, beads. Such a ballerina is suitable for a postcard and for the interior of your home.