Craft Creations Magazine Issue 26 - Summer

A beautiful set of fungi designs for you to make into 3D pictures. Five designs including one of the most well known, Fly Agaric with it's pretty red and white spotted cap as well as lesser known varieties such as the Stinking Parasol which is certainly much nicer looking than it sounds.
This lovely bear design with a starry background is made by rubber stamping with embossing in gold and black.
A simple design featuring a mobile phone cut from card with computer printed paper for the buttons and display.
Beautiful silk painted flower design by one of our regular contributors. Full painting instructions are given including the method for adding the highlights to the petals and leaves.
A fun design using feathers to make a musical band with joggle eyes. Great for a child's birthday card.
The name says it all, this cheery cross stitched flower will have the recipient smiling in no time.
A bright, cheeky 'jack in the box' drawn onto tracing paper and painted with acrylic paints. The balloons are cut from brightly coloured card.
A simple bunch of lavender worked in cross stitch, the colours look very good with the green card mount.
Black and shocking pink, what a stunning combination. This silhouette horse has a feathery mane and sequins decorate the background. This detailed project also explains how to make a two coloured slip frame to show just around the inside of the aperture and enhance your designs.
Rainbow shades of mulberry paper to make lovely pressed flower or leaf panels. Eight designs are shown.
Make a pastel green or blue mystical unicorn using parchment craft skills. The pricked pattern border, scalloped edge and gold detail all enhance this very pretty design.
Sun and moon designs are always popular and these foil embossed versions look stunning mounted into greetings cards. Use a dark blue mount for the moon and hot orange for the sun.
The paper trellis in this design is carefully cut and woven as it is folded. A neat idea and shown with ribbon flowers. Pretty flower buttons would look very good as an alternative.
Hand made style papers can be quite expensive to buy and paper making is a lengthy and messy business. For a quick alternative this project shows how to make your own using pretty oddments and sheets of tissue paper.
Paper punches are all the rage, but it can be hard to come up with new ideas for using the shapes. Here are three pages filled with great ideas for you to try.
Step by step guide to 'drawing' these tulips onto a scraperfoil board. The board starts out black all over and where you scrape the design onto it, the black comes away showing the silver foiled board beneath.
The shell and starfish are rubber stamped onto a soft, torn paper and mounted onto panels to make an interesting design.
Quilling is most often used for floral designs as it suits them so well. but just look at this lovely sea design with very cute quilled crabs, fish and octopi as well as some flowing seaweed.
A lovely little cross stitched cottage designed for us by Joanne Sanderson. With it's thatched roof and pretty flowers it looks like a perfect retreat from the pressures of modern life.
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