A postcard in the Quillint technique is called the Easter Egg. To make such a beautiful Easter cardyou will need: 1. Quilling paper; 2. machine for the river strips, 3. glue, 4. cardboard. Step One: Cut out the silhouette of the egg - this will be the basis of our postcard. On the oval form will be pasted the rest of the elements - flowers, butterflies, which are performed in the quilling technique. Step Two: The first will do the sun. To do this, we twist a tight roll from the tape, and the rays make from the quarters of the tape about four rays. You can make more rays. but for their accurate application will require skills and skill. Fix the details of the sun at the top in any corner, more precisely from the edge. Step Three: Now we will make a flower. To do this, we take half the tape, it will be a stem, we have it where we plan to glue a flower on the postcard. Then we make leaves, for their production we twist the tape into the form of drops. You can get such a shape when one edge is flattened between the fingers. We create the leaves in about four pieces and distribute them along the stem. Step Four: Now our task is the middle of the flower. It will be an ordinary tight roll, and the petals will take the shape of an arrow. Such details will require about six. Step Five: The next stage is a little grass. We make it in the form of an arrow, there must be two of them we glue to each other. Now we proceed to the large grass on which the butterfly sits. We make the bottom of a large blade of grass. To do this, take a quarter of the tape green or salad color, to simulate a gentle spring grass, and its edges are glued to the middle of the tape. Then we glue the elements in the form of an arrow that looks down. Then make the top of the big blade of grass. It will also require a quarter of the tape of a gentle green color, which must be twisted to the middle. Step Six: Now proceed to the butterfly. Her body consists of a full ribbon of bright color, twisted into the shape of the eye. The butterfly's head was made of a dense roll, the shape of the antennae was created from the fifth part of the tape. The wing of our butterfly consists of two parts - the upper part of the wing is made of a full ribbon, twisted into a drop shape and the lower part of the wing is made exactly the same. Final stage: To add a theme to the holiday card, write a beautiful inscription "Hristo Voskres" or "Happy Easter!".