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Jordan Sadeg created a piece of artwork out of the first letter of her name by using a quilling technique she learned during Summer Art Camp last week at the Bay School Community Arts Center in Mathews. In the four-day camp, students under the direction of instructor Virginia Coyle learned the basic shapes in quilling paper and moved on to create animals, florals and snowflakes, then finished with a quilled monogram of their name. Quilling, or paper filigree, involves rolling, shaping and gluing together strips of paper to create decorative designs for greeting cards, pictures, boxes, jewelry and other items.

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