Craft Creations Magazine Issue 5 - Spring 1997

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This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Spring 1997 magazine.
Here is our little teddy bear again, this time with a big bouquet of flowers for some lucky person. We provide fully illustrated step by step instructions to make these beautiful quilled flowers which can then be arranged in all sorts of different ways.
These tiny knitted bootees are just so cute! This Baby card is sure to be treasured for years to come.
Blackwork originated as a way of decorating garments in Tudor times, it now enjoys a revival and looks great in Greetings cards. These butterflies look impressive but are actually quite straightforward to make!
This portrait of a much loved pet is completed using Candlewick Knots, Stem Stitch and Satin Stitch, all of which are fully explained and illustrated. A must for all cat lovers!
Here is a brilliant way of recycling old magazines. These collages look so realistic and Jane Parrott explains you can achieve similar results using her simple method.
Experiment with our daffodil template. We show how to make some bright bunches of daffodils with both felt and coloured paper, we are sure you will be inspired to try out your own ideas.
Receiving a card, especially one which has taken time and care like this cross stitch, can be a huge source of support to the recently bereaved.
All you need to create this cheerful duck pond scene is Play-Doh,Scissors and coloured card. Full illustrated instructions make it really easy.
A dramatic design for an Easter card using a stained glass effect to illustrate the crosses at Golgotha.
A lovely floral cross stitch pattern.
The idea of creating seascapes from pressed plant material sounds strange but actually works astonishingly well! Margaret Whiteley explains how she does it.
Wrapping paper and quilling paper are used to unusual effect in this geometric design.
Fully illustrated instructions to make these super Fimo models and kite. Children especially will adore this card.
If you would like to wish someone 'Good Luck' in their new home, the tiny little black cat in front of the house adds a nice touch to this cross stitch pattern.
A simple cross stitch design for a birthday card.
This lively Jack In The Box in cross stitch is colourful enough to catch the attention of any child!
A fun idea for Craft Creation's Teddy aperture card. Simply use fabric and ribbon to make a kite.
Fully illustrated step by step instructions to allow you to make this design of daffodils with a pretty little chick hatching beneath them. Just right for an Easter card.
Many old Christmas cards are far too attractive to waste and Kathryn Long explains how to recycle them effectively using our card mounts.
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