Craft Creations Magazine Issue 19 - Autumn

Two pages of easy to follow instructions for making our Christmas Wreaths and Candle 3D decoupage prints into beautiful handmade Christmas cards.
Stars are rubber stamped directly onto the card mount to make the background, with gold ribbon and a sun & moon stamped design layered onto this.
Helga Dharmpaul has designed a set of twelve thread and star constellations for us. This project covers the first four in the set - Leo, Virgo, Libra and Scorpio, more will follow in the next two issues. These stunning designs are easy to work but make sure you buy sequin stars with holes in the centre, rather than the plain ones.
A pretty birthday cross stitch design to fit into a square aperture. The wording could be changed to suit a different occasion if required.
Welcome your baby to his/her first Christmas with this lovely keepsake card. The card is made using a combination of cross stitch and knitting.
Angela has given lots of very detailed instructions and pictures to show you exactly how to work each step of this pretty autumnal design. If you are tempted by encaustic art, give it a try, it's a lovely picture.
Anne used the inside of a tomato puree tube to make the gold foil leaves, a great recycling idea, but you can buy sheets of foil for embossing if you prefer.
This collection of easy to make greetings cards are simple but stunning - using leaves, hand made style papers and a few easily found materials. Perfect designs for Autumn.
Little Christmas motifs are painted onto acetate using glass painting techniques. The design fits into a round top window mount to make an unusual Christmas card.
Glass painting onto acetate is very popular and the results can be beautiful. One of the pudding designs shown fits into a double aperture card and features a gorgeous pudding 'mobile' to use on the tree next year.
If you don't have much time but enjoy quilling, this pillar box is quick to make from cut paper, a little quilled bird is perched on top holding a letter in his beak.
The goose is stitched onto pink aida fabric using wool and a looped stitch, her feet are painted as is the background. The gander is made in the same way but with a different background and no bow.
Have you left it too late to hand make your Christmas cards? Look at these ideas using crossed over ribbon, they are very quick to make. Anita has used rubber stamped greetings but Gold Label stickers would be just as effective and are simply peeled off and stuck onto the tag.
Christmas cross stitch of a snowman on a sleigh.
Worked in fimo, this beautiful snow scene makes a perfect 3D Christmas card or framed picture. Very detailed step by step instructions are given and a second option is shown, also with instructions.
A Christmas soldier made from thin card. There are lots of pieces to make a really detailed figure, an actual size assembly diagram is given to make aligning and assembling all the pieces an easy task.
A set of modern stylish trees to make a variety of designs. You can send all your family unique cards using this set of trees, mixing the finishes and the backgrounds so each card is different.
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Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, EN8 9HD, UK
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