Craft Creations Magazine Issue 21 - Spring

Beautiful sea life designs, easy cutting for the simplest 3D decoupage. Six lovely designs and also some brilliant ideas for using the mini pic versions of these sea life pictures on your cards.
Why not stitch these Happy Birthday ducks swimming amongst the reeds and the design looks great mounted in this raspberry coloured deckled aperture card.
Helga Dharmpaul has designed a set of twelve thread and star constellations for us. This project covers the last four in the set - Gemini, Taurus, Aries and Cancer. These stunning designs are easy to work but make sure you buy sequin stars with holes in the centre, rather than the plain ones.
This cross stitch boat is just perfect for a Father's Day card. The design is shown with stitched wording but Gold Label stickers would look just as good beneath the aperture if you prefer them.
Beautiful vibrant silks are used to make these ethnic diamond designs. Also used are imitation shisha, Indian beads etc.
Use a combination of cross stitch and embroidery stitches to make this delicate Easter Cross surrounded by flowers.
An unusual 3D card, the egg is closed and nestling on a feather cushion, but pull the lever and the egg opens revealing a cute little chick inside.
A lovely 'Good Luck' card featuring an octopus made from fimo. Very simple to make and bake in the oven to harden.
The main focal point in this design is a fish button. The seaweed and fishes are cross stitched onto light blue aida.
Four designs for the men in your life, all made from brightly coloured foam pieces cut to shape. More great designs for your Father's Day cards.
Any dads out there who enjoy football, whether it's playing or watching will love to receive this cross stitched card. The colours can easily be changed to match any team colours.
These charming glass painted bunnies look equally good as new baby congratulations cards, 1st birthday cards or even Easter cards.
This cuddly spring lamb could be used to wish someone you know a Happy Birthday or Happy Easter. Two versions are shown, cover the white areas in liquid appliqué and puff up for an extra fluffy look.
A lovely way of using the natural look of mulberry paper to create feathery birds. Two different designs are shown, a chicken and a blackbird, and both are very effective.
Create this beautiful panel, flowers and butterflies using parchment craft techniques. Full instructions are given along with step by step diagrams.
A really bright and colourful card filled with flowers which pop-up as you open the card, a great, easy design to make with or for children.
Featuring the Edinburgh skyline, this design uses shades of mulberry paper to make the sunset behind the silhouette.
This stately swan is gliding by on a river of wax with hills in the background. Full instructions and detailed pictures are given.
Teddy is sitting on a tree swing with pretty flowers beneath. It's always useful to look at ways of mixing and matching stencils to create different designs as they are fairly expensive to buy.
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