Craft Creations Magazine Issue 39 - Autumn

6 charming decoupage designs for Christmas including 2 Victorian style and 4 cute style. Covers our sheet numbers DC312 - DC317.
This is an unusual stitching technique with makes great Christmas trees or a good background for other craft work.
This is the second part of this series of cards. They are cross stitched designs depicting the Chinese symbols for their years. This set include the Rabbit, Snake, Horse, Dragon, Goat and Monkey.
A simple but sophisticated design using silhouette paper cutting.
A  cuddly, sitting teddy bear worked in cross stitch on 14 count Aida.
A novelty aperture card shaped like a cracker, cut from a three panel card by hand. The cracker is backed by a cross stitched design.
A simple design of a single dove made from paper with overlaid wings. The main wing is a pretty pattern worked on parchment.
The detail in this card is fantastic, it is definitely not a quick make but, it is so lovely when finished it is perfect for giving to a special person. The design is made up of paper, card, vivelle and fur fabric with pipe cleaners and stickers to decorate it and it is a scene of a fireplace with a cat on a rug.
A polymer clay design featuring Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus. A charming little scene.
Winter scenes with reindeer racing through the sky, made using various paper punches.
This is a lovely polymer clay panel in a fairly modern style. The picture panel is edged with bright mosaic squares of polymer clay for a bright and jolly card.
This design is of a snowflake made up from squares cut from a background sheet and folded, tea bag style, to create a large design. These are embellished with all sorts of stickers, glitter and sequins for a really lovely finished card.
A very cool looking card using parchment, pale blue and silver. It combines parchment craft with rubber stamping and embossing, building these up in layers for a good 3D effect.
Star designs worked in cheap bangles which give a ‘dreamcatcher’ kind of effect. The designs could be used as ornaments once the card is finished with.
A beautifully simple idea, this just uses simple quilled shapes as a tree which can be decorated with stickers or glitter glue.
Very quick to make tags which would be great to make in large batches to sell at school bazaars or for charity.
Basically a Christmas tree, but, this is made in three segments and shaped as it goes onto the card for a truly 3D look. The trees can be made from paper, card or shiny foil and decorated with stickers.
A bouquet of winter leaves and berries to co-ordinate with our printed border card AP05P. It is worked in cross stitch on 18 count Aida.
A modern style card with three little panel designs. These are leaf outlines made with green wire and beads or bows.
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Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, EN8 9HD, UK
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