Craft Creations Magazine Issue 7 - Autumn 1997

This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Autumn 1997 magazine.
A really clever design for a 3D Christmas tree. It is simple enough for children to make and looks great when finished.
Step by step guides for making our latest range of 3D decoupage designs.
The third goose in this seasonal collection is wrapped up well now ready for the colder weather. Another charming cross stitch.
This hedgehog looks very cosy as he snuggles down into his bed of autumn leaves. The card uses real dried leaves and we provide a clever pattern for the paper hedgehog.
The seasonal warmth of Christmas candles surrounded by Poinsettias and holly is cleverly recreated using coloured paper. Our clear step by step instructions with plenty of pictures make this card simple to make.
A colourful cross stitch of a Christmas tree laden with candles, decoration and sweets with some rather interesting looking parcels beneath.
This pattern makes a very unusual card with lots of interest in its textures and shapes. Ideal for anyone who can crochet.
The message bursting out of this jolly cracker can be changed to suit the occasion. Birthdays, Christmas and Congratulations are all possibilities.
Super ideas for making Christmas cards from pressed plant material.
This is, in fact, painting on acetate and we think you will agree the results are really beautiful. Patricia Bayley explains how to do it, including all sorts of helpful hints and tips.
A simple pattern for this popular knitted snowman. He can even double up as a Christmas tree decoration!
Janice Gaskell explains how to make this pretty parchment craft card. Templates and illustrations are included along with instructions and materials and tools required.
The cheeky plaited tails and pigtails make this cross stitch really eye-catching.
A Winter landscape made entirely out of paper! Clear illustrated instructions and a template make this card simple and quick to make.
Cross stitch patterns suitable for tiny cards, gift cards and even place cards for a Christmas lunch.
Typically Victorian, this young man is one of a pair with the Victorian Girl. He puts us in mind of the designs of the Victorian Christmas cards which are once again enjoying popularity.
This Victorian Girl, poised ready to throw her snowball, makes a lovely pair with the Victorian Boy above.
The fourth and last of the seasonal geese. All four together make such a lovely collection. This one in his Santa hat makes a super Christmas card all by himself!
This fabric wreath makes a lovely tree decoration for years to come. The instructions are clear and fully illustrated and you will find it quite straightforward to put together.
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