Quilling is the process of creating images using rolled, shaped and glued strips of paper.
The record attempt was planned at the company's headquarters in Framingham and completed in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The Starry Night replica is composed of 191,948 strips of paper in 18 colors. Quilling Card said the strips of paper would stretch for 40 miles if they were arranged end-to-end.
"As a company, we've spent a decade producing greeting cards that allow recipients to keep small pieces of quilled art on their mantels and bookshelves," Quilling Card co-founder and CEO Huong Wolf said in a news release. "It's been fun to do the opposite with this project, creating a larger-than-life piece of quilled art. Being the record holder for most people quilling at once is meaningful for us; we have made it a priority to continue to train new people in the art of quilling."
The company said the mosaic will be on display May 18-22 at MSA Forward in Boston, and officials will then seek a new permanent home for the artwork.
The company previously set the Guinness World Record for most people quilling simultaneously when 300 people gathered to practice the artform in Vietnam.