Craft Creations Magazine Issue 22 - Summer 2001

This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Summer 2001 magazine.
The technique used to create these stripy fish is a mixture of silk painting and batik. Some specialist equipment is used but it can easily be substituted with more readily available items.
Four great 3D decoupage sports pictures, perfect for the men in your life. The four designs are cricket, tennis, golf and football.
Quilled flower bunch with an 'old fashioned' look, this is enhanced by the lace edging. Two options are shown in this project.
In these beautiful, tranquil scenes the main picture is one flat layer and the borders are decoupaged. They have quickly become one of our best selling ranges of decoupage pictures. You can decoupage the main picture instead of the border if preferred.
Designs using real flowers which have been scanned into the computer, edited and printed out. The printed flowers look almost real and make very pretty cards.
Foil embossing has become very popular recently. This project gives general instructions for making foil embossed designs, you can either use the diagrams provided or work with your own pictures.
Cross stitched Fuchsias, very pretty in a delicate shade of pink. Could also be worked in a deeper pink with red.
Cross stitched bookmarks make lovely keepsakes and are always well received. Why not make a pair, both have a very simple motif design which can be quickly stitched and finished.
Machine stitched lines make the wavy, musical staves. The treble clef is couched onto the background and the notes are sequins stitched onto the lines. Four different ideas are shown.
Scraps of patterned ribbon were used to make the holly leaves adding shape and texture to the design.
This pretty border design can be used to frame a precious photograph or a craft design mounted into the card. Flowers can be made to decorate the border using peel off stickers and parchment.
The penguin can be made as a fridge magnet and can be removed from the card to keep. He is made from foam rubber sheets but could easily be cut from card instead.
Poppies always look charming and are well received, make this beautiful bookmark or alternatively a greetings card using just part of the design.
These paper cut butterfly designs are very versatile. You can give the finished card a soft, subtle look by using pastel colours throughout or make a vibrant card using rainbow colours with black paper as shown on the second page of the project.
Create this beautiful silhouette design from paper cutting backed with mulberry paper. Shades of yellow to red mulberry paper have been torn to make a gorgeous sunset behind the elephants.
A good way to use up any oddments of pretty ribbon you may have collected together but found them to be too small to use for most projects.
This lovely card will remind you of summer holidays spent on the water. The sails are made from buckram fabric making them look quite realistic.
Many of these chunky wool designs are completely abstract while others include small felt or wool objects to turn them into seascapes. An unusual and very effective set of designs which use up leftover bits of wool.
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