Craft Creations Magazine Issue 64 - Spring 2012

Inspired by the Rennie MacKintosh rose, these delicately lovely paper roses are easy to make and look great in many ways and colours, so are very versatile.
A labour of love, this little word book is a great way to welcome a little on into the world. With peel-offs and pockets, tags and découpage, ribbons and collage, there is no shortage of pretty little bits to enjoy as you go through the book. All the relevant details can be added with stickers and are easy to change to suit the "arrival", this works so well as a keepsake too.
A neat and clever card, as the card is opened, the pictures in the windows slide across to reveal new and secret pictures, sure to please a youngster and could very easily be change to suit a girl instead of a boy.
A great collection of pretty cards from our new découpage designs. These depict birds - a Wren or Goldfinch and old planes - a Tiger Moth and a Hawker Typhoon. Great ideas for mounting with different backgrounds and in many styles.
Classic découpage prints are really versatile as these square designs show. using just 2 images can give a tiled effect that makes a refreshing change from the norm.
A classic 'deco' cinema is a great idea for a birthday card, its strong styling making a striking design and using the billboards to present the greeting and other information.
A simple idea but a strong design, using a selection of printed card to make panels and little touches of ribbon, stickers and gems to complete.
Stunningly beautiful and delicate but strong colours certainly give this a wow factor. Parchment butterfly over a hand painted background.
Peel-off stickers and paper punches make this a simple card to make. Pretty printed backgrounds make them very pretty and the charming little note in the envelope is very sweet.
A great way to use the off centre gatefold cards, with a main shop window on the large panel and the door on the smaller. The shop can be for any product and these show a music shop and a fashion boutique, using peel-off stickers as the main elements.
The new heart cards are put to good use here, simply decorate them with peel-off stickers or découpage and add a strong background to emphasise the heart and the 'I' and almost anything goes.
This is a pretty little basket, made from woven strips over cocktail sticks. A few simple quilled flowers spill out from the top and make a lovely design.
This uses the Vintage Kitchen set of papers and stickers to make a keepsake gift box in the form of a book. The book is make from a card box and can be opened to reveal a compartment, decorated with recipe scraps and images. Make a simpler version based on the idea but without the box for a quicker make.
A beautiful card for a bike lover, this vintage Triumph bike is made from card and paper layered up to create a fair representation of the real thing.
You can have your cake and ice it too. This multi tier cake is made of card and iced with glitter glue for a very subtle effect but it looks so pretty.
What a fun way to send out a wedding card or an invitation. Decorated boxes with loads of little tags with weddingy words on like "love" "marriage" "romance" etc. There are some more regular invites too if this idea is too bold.
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Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, EN8 9HD, UK
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