DIY Quilling Paper Minion Pendant Necklace for Kids

Banana! Not only kids, I bet many adults love those cute minions either. So, today I’m here to share you a tutorial on how to make an adorable quilling paper minion necklace. You can make it for your kids, or make it together with your kids, the crafting process could be lots of fun.

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Materials and tools needed to make this minion necklace:
Blue, yellow and brown quilling paper
7x3mm black wobbly eye plastic cabochons
Silver cross chain
Silver brass spring ring clasp
Iron jump rings
Quilling paper tool
Rolling pen
White glue
Scissors
Round nose pliers

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Step 1: Make the head of the quilling minion.
1st, roll a piece of yellow quilling paper into a circle shape with rolling pen, glue the paper end.
2nd, cut a piece of brown quilling paper and glue it to the yellow circle like picture shows.
3rd, glue two plastic eye cabochons to the brown quilling paper.

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Step 2: Make the body of the quilling minion.
Cute a piece of blue quilling paper and shape it like picture shows below.

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Step 3: Glue the head and body together.
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Step 4: Make the arms of the quilling minion.
Roll two yellow quilling paper circles and then squeeze them to be the arms like picture shows. Glue the arms to the body.

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Step 5: Make the feet of the minion and finish the pendant necklace.
1st, roll two brown quilling paper as the minion’s feet.
2nd, roll another tiny yellow circle and glue it onto the minion’s head.
3rd, add a piece of cross chain to the tiny yellow circle with jump ring and connect the chain ends with jump rings and clasp.

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Tada!

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So cute right? I bet the kids will like it!

To get more quilling paper tutorials, click here.

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