Craft Creations Magazine Issue 18 - Summer 2000

This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Summer 2000 magazine.
Five beautiful and realistic bird designs make up this latest set of 3D decoupage papers. Full instructions and pictures are given for all the designs.
An eye catching pattern design worked in just two shades of blue. The centre of the design is stitched to leave a white number with a dark outline. The chart shows all numbers from 0 through to 9 so you can stitch it for any birthday or anniversary.
Make this black cat silhouette and try it out with various backgrounds and cards to give a different effect. Add detail with a ribbon bow or a sparkly collar.
A pretty birthday cross stitch design to fit into a square aperture. The wording could be changed to suit a different occasion if required.
A variety of clever ideas, from 3D decoupage to shaker cards, using our lovely new background and individual garden items collage pictures.
Conny gives detailed instructions for making this garden seed shaker card which any vegetable gardener would love to receive. Can be easily adapted to use flower seeds and flower paper instead.
A quilled design which makes a perfect Golden Wedding card. Try using a deep red or silver colour scheme for a Ruby or Silver Wedding, with suitable wording.
This hardanger design by Lynne Kirton uses 28 count Jobelan fabric and variegated cotton to make a pretty card. Detailed step by step instructions and diagrams are shown.
Two really bright and cheerful cards. Simple to make designs in fabric or card with painted details. A kite design is shown on the second page.
Have you ever fancied trying your hand at marbling but weren't sure how to go about it. Audrey tells all and shows some of her results in this interesting project.
An unusual geometric design stitched mainly in white onto black fabric. Corners and centre details are added using gold thread.
Stunning hand painted paper is used to create these woven paper designs. Sue offers some really detailed instructions for painting the paper before cutting and weaving it to fit your cards.
These cards have been made using icing techniques, which gives a super delicate look to the flowers. Experienced cake makers will have no trouble but, even if you have never tried this, do give it a go - it really is great fun.
You've made the cards, now why not try decorating some envelopes. These ethnic designs have lots of detail but are quite easy to work.
These cards will have special appeal to small children who love dogs. Make a finger puppet to fit into a quilted bedcover pocket in the card aperture. Very sweet and great fun to play with after the birthday, a card and small present in one.
Two different crafts have been used in the making of this card. Encaustic wax art for the watery background and parchment craft for the seahorse.
Very clear, detailed diagrams show just how this fellow was put together, a girl figure is also shown with instructions. The figures are pinned onto the card and can be used as brooches after the event.
Fran uses her skill at painting, combined with tatting, in this pretty floral design. Silk flowers are used for the centrepiece to give extra depth.
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