Craft Creations Magazine Issue 16 - Winter 1999

This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Winter 1999/00 magazine.
Six gorgeous butterfly designs and three delicate wedding designs for you to make. Full instructions and pictures are given for each design.
This delightful design unfolds piece by piece to reveal a message of love, perfect for a valentines day or wedding anniversary. Very detailed instructions and diagrams are given and if you buy the back issue Mag16, the free gift is the two cards needed to make this design.
A whimsical card which is very easy to make. The face is made from a button and could be adapted to suit different occasions.
The woven black and white strips make a striking background for the pink heart and quilled red roses. The single rose below the aperture adds a touch of elegance.
The corner of the card has been cut away to enhance the heart shape which has quilled flowers and scrolls trailing prettily across it.
Every square is stitched in this 'patchwork look' cross stitch design. The bold colours of the threads make the strong patterns stand out.
Make a dreamcatcher card to trap bad dreams. According to native American Indian legend the good dreams will pass through the hole in the centre of the web.
A collection of cards, mostly square format, made in the same style using layers of various materials and decorated with coloured foil.
Pretty quilled Spring daisies, the backgrounds are made from envelopes which often have very pretty patterns on the insides and the card colours have been chosen to match.
A cross stitched whale from one of our regular contributors, Joanne Sanderson. The deckled oval aperture complements the design.
The card front is scored and folded diagonally and the bouquet is backed with a small paper doily which gives added separation from the background.
Parchment craft is so pretty and delicate and this parchment fan is no exception. The fan is worked separately and mounted onto the front of the card outside the aperture.
This would make a lovely bookmark for a child who enjoys reading. The hair is stitched onto the fabric and plaited so it hangs loosely down the front of the card.
Sheila has stitched these pattern designs onto plastic mesh using coloured ribbons and threads in a variety of pastel colours.
Margaret has used a patchwork technique to make the fabric flowers in this design. The flowers could be used in many other designs, also shown is an option using our popular 'teddy bouquet' card blank.
Two designs showing a great way to combine rubber stamps by Rubber Stampede and Penny Black.
A beautiful embroidery by Marion Chivers. This design looks especially good on black fabric but for a more delicate effect use a paler colour.
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