Craft Creations Magazine Issue 9 - Spring 1998

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This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Spring 1998 magazine.
Seven stunning 3D Decoupage designs especially suitable for weddings, engagements, Easter and also many other occasions.
These butterflies are stitched onto padded crystal nylon for a pretty shimmery effect. Use any material with a butterfly pattern, simply cut out the butterflies and use in the design.
These pretty window cards were designed by Mary Dobson. The design is traced on to tracing paper and coloured in with felt tipped pens before mounting in a window card for a beautiful stained glass effect.
These lovely cat designs are sure to appeal to all cat lovers. They are very simple to make using old magazines for the mosaic pieces.
This design uses the greetings card in an entirely different way to make a housing for the flowers, the card looks fabulous but would not be easy to post, make it for someone who lives close enough to give it to or package it well to avoid damage.
If you know someone who is about to have a new addition the their family, why not try this simple knitted 'new baby' card.
These gorgeous daffodil cards designed by Anne Ellis have a 'spring time' feel about them. They are worked in very pretty colours. Templates are provided so that you can make up your own designs.
A great idea for Easter, some intricate cutting required but these designs are quick to make for older children or adults.
A very beautiful cross stitch design by Joanne Sanderson. This detailed design gives a feel of the great size and power of elephants.
Silhouette designs are always popular, the contrast of the black and white in the design always makes a striking card.
The pansies are painted onto acetate using glass paints, the lovely patterned effect is made by using kitchen foil which has been scrunched up and then smoothed out again.
An easy cross stitch for older children to make as it is not a complex design and will appeal to anyone who likes horses.
A design for anyone who likes rabbits. Worked in the simplest quilled shapes glued together to make the rabbit. Ideal project for a beginner.
These cards are as the name suggests made using recycled envelopes. There are wonderful patterns to be found on the insides of envelopes, check them out when you have removed the contents, you will be amazed. The patterns are usually in blue and white which always looks good and occasionally come in other colours as well.
A lovely spring design using metallic threads to fill in the shape of the design. The thread patterns are made by stitching right through the card and have a similar appearance to designs traditionally made by wrapping string around pins or nails.
This cute sheep is stencilled onto Aida or canvas and mounted onto corrugated card. As the designer, Mary Shepherd lives on a farm she is able to use real wool in her designs. If you are not so lucky it still looks lovely with cotton wool.
Cross Stitch ducks on a lily leaf. Wording made used parchment craft techniques, great fun.
This little rabbit is escaping from his hutch. Made from corrugated card and tissue paper, the rabbit is painted and cut out, but if you have a photo of a pet rabbit you could use that instead for a really personal card.
Lovely ideas for using our Violet Posy rubber stamp and 3D Decoupage techniques. The second design shows a great way to use 3D rubber stamping with crepe paper behind.
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