Craft Creations Magazine Issue 62 - Autumn 2011

This pretty cross stitch design would make a lovely, special card for someone dear or could be easily adapted to make smaller and less time consuming cards.
Fabulous cracker cards, very three dimensional with a mock cracker on an easel card base. Uses pretty scrapbook paper and ribbons for decoration.
A lovely scene with a tree in front of a window surrounded by parcels wrapped in pretty paper.
An exciting little box, decorated with a pretty patchwork of christmas papers and a bow. Inside it has a selection of tags ready to use on all your christmas presents. This would be a great bazaar make to sell in preparation for christmas, or just for its own sake as it is such a lovely way to store tags.
With 12 gorgeous new d├ęcoupage designs, this shows exciting ways of mounting them to great effect. It covers the designs DCD545 to DCD554 and 2 traditional style foiled designs PKDCG001 and 2.
A fun way of using our creative foiled toppers with aperture cards and creative paper to make a pocket card with slide out inserts.
A sweet little glass painting design, showing a warm and inviting house on a snowy night.
A simple parchment frame with holly leaves painted around it. This works well with a variety of different centres from recycled christmas cards, peel off stickers or photos, almost any image will work.
This is a great fun card which uses a sticker scene and the waste left too. It is a flipper card so, when it is opened, the picture panel flips over to reveal the reverse "night" scene.
Combining peel off stickers with a printed image makes some very quick and pretty cards for younger people.
Using a d├ęcoupage design and making a collage background for it is very effective, this features a holly tree on a snowy hill with a snow couple too.
As crafters, many of us collect all sorts of little scraps that are too good to throw away. This lovely, patchwork effect design is a great way of using these, simply add some sparkly stickers and gems with ribbon for a stunning effect.
Paper is perfect for making a patchwork collage on cards as this demonstrates well. It is another great way of using up small bits and pieces you may have collected, with die cut christmas trees and stickers for a bit of sparkle, to make nice cards.
This dinky little book, just 3" square, is a perfect little keepsake card that has plenty of scope for individualising, add all sorts of tags and labels tucked into the pockets, change these to suit the recipient and, if money is your gift, this can be included in one of the pockets. It is sure to be loved and treasured for years to come.
A sweet family of polar bears outside their igloo. The bears are made from soft vivelle for a great tactile card.
This is mostly about tags or place cards, simple and straightforward designs that would be quick to make, but look so lovely on a table or parcel.
Stitching on a tapestry canvas makes these designs quite quick to stitch and the sparkly thread turns them into pretty christmas cards.
Well, if you are still needing ideas for your christmas tags this is a fabulous collection. Quick to make, using pre-cut tags and creative image stickers, are dressed up with ribbon and peel off stickers. These ideas would work just as well as ATC designs.
A prick and stitch design, depicting a christmas tree. This would be quick to make and easy to vary the colours for a free look.
This busy and detailed Christmas morning is tucked away behind a simple door. The gatefold card opens to reveal the presents under a tree, with sticker wall paper, card presents with pretty ribbons and tinsel on the sticker tree.
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