Craft Creations Magazine Issue 58 - Autumn 2010

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A mix of pretty Creative Paper and peel off stickers are combined to make a really stylish Christmas tree card with nice depth.
A nice fun design. This uses creative paper and glitter board to make the setting for the deer and trees which are hand cut from paper
A pretty candle arrangement in a blue colourway. A chain of 3D candle lanterns adds a nice Christmassy border too.
Glitzy micro glitter is used with a peel off sticker design to make a lovely sparkly card that will twinkle nicely on the shelf.
This idea uses small motif peel offs, presented on panels and arranged to make the main design. It uses peel off pens to give the colour to the panels and looks great in different colours too.
Using the shape of a cascade card, this tree design flows nicely to give a very dimensional result. Using different arrangements of paper colours and decoration gives plenty of scope for variations.
Pretty little Christmassy motifs for glass painting. These cards feature a robin, cat and Christmas pud and will make a nice batch of cards which can be easily changed by use of different colours and decoration.
This is a card making meets scrapbooking kind of project. It makes a gorgeous recipe book, made up from card and creative papers. There are pockets for tag recipes and a printed sheet side, held in place by brads. An excellent way to hold your favourite Christmas recipes together or a lovely way to pass on your traditional recipes to a child leaving home.
A little peek in through a window, this double card opens to reveal a decoupage on one side and a mock letter to Father Christmas, set up like a double window. It works well for other designs and for looking outwards too.
A massive selection of 10 new die cut designs, from DCD517 to DCD526. These, all new, designs are spread across a wide range of styles and tastes with a Camel scene, Shepherds Scene and a Manger scene for the religous section then there are 2 very lovely wintery robins, a boy on sleigh and a girl with a sleigh, a really cute polar bear family, Father Christmas with a deer as well as a beautiful bouquet featuring Poinsettias, roses and Jasmine.
This elegant star design is made from plain or printed papers and is fairly quick to make, simple cutting and careful placement are the only techniques required.
This is a good collection for making lots of quick cards using embossing foil. This shows a couple of styles of tree, baubles and holly leaves as well as a heart, with a few ideas for mounting.
A medallion design, based on a Poinsettia. This is created using shaped scissors and creative papers to good effect. This shows the traditional colours of red, green and gold but could look just as good in many other colours.
Christmas cards should be all about fun and this little collection really is. Use round offuts to make some lovely Christmassy toppers and use them to decorate cards.
The "standout tree" die cut card blank is the base for this couple of ideas. Using pretty paper and contrast card makes a lovely 3d effect tree, punching holes through the top tree with gems behind adds to the depth and looks like sparkly fairy light buried in the branches.
Popular as ever, the Poinsettia lends itself to some great cards and these are is no exception. They are made of individual petals, cut from printed papers and interleaved with ribbons for festive flower cards.
This is a lovely, magical card and would be especially great for children, The little snowmen rock when the lever is pulled and the reindeer moves with it, the little bird house has a lift up flap to reveal the bird. It may take a bit longer than average to complete but it is sure to be kept for years, it is so beautiful.
A more complicated design than some, but very worthwhile. Using the classic d├ęcoupage sheets, where you have 4 matching images and cutting different parts, you can turn 3 singing snowmen into a whole choir. It is very 3D when on the shelf and looks great.
This is a pretty combination of an easel card and a slider card. The creative image stickers make the designs and the two little pull sliders fold them up into two easel panels on the card. very sweet and neat.
A trio of crackers on a triple aperture card, the messages are spelt out on paper punched stars for extra impact. There is no end to the colour combinations possible and they all look lovely.
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