I used to think I made a mean paper airplane or rolled paper flower, now after looking at the quilled paper art of Sena Runa, I’m a bit ashamed of my lack of skill. Runa began quilling paper as a hobby three years ago, and after finding her own style, was talented enough at it that she was able to quit her day job, and sell her creations full-time.
Sean Runa sells her quilled paper art on Etsy. In an interview with My Modern Met, Runa explains her process: “After I decide on the image, I draw a template, then I decide which colors I am going to use. After this, everything is spontaneous (details within the papers, I mean). The creative process for each item changes, so I can say that preparing one piece takes approximately a day to complete, and this is for the designs which I’ve made before. Creating a new design usually takes longer.” See more of her work on her Instagram or Etsy page, and read more of the interview here.