Craft Creations Magazine Issue 25 - Spring 2002

This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Spring 2002 magazine.
Detailed instructions for making up our lovely set of six late Summer, Autumn and Winter flower 3D decoupage designs.
Marabu 'Fun & Fancy' paints are a great way of making bright cards or suncatchers. The design is painted onto plastic and can then be peeled off to decorate a card or stuck onto a window to make a fun suncatcher.
Cross stitch designed to appeal to any football fan, change the colours used to match the team supported by the recipient.
Your friends and family will be delighted to receive a gift presented in one of these stylish boxes. The decoration is easy to do using a brayer roller and rubber stamping pad and looks simply stunning.
Smart and sporty car design cut from card. Great for Father's Day or a birthday for the man in your life.
A tranquil cross stitched fishing scene designed for us by Joanne Sanderson.
Silk flowers and dyed asparagus fern designs with lots of tips on how to achieve a natural looking layout, four designs shown.
Two different designs using gingham background paper. The sunflower makes a bright and cheery childrens' birthday card. The rabbit is perfect for baby congratulations or a baby's birthday.
A thread design stitched through the card with a summer holiday theme. This increasingly popular craft is worked onto the centre panel of a double fold card without an aperture, one panel is then folded over to hide the back of the work.
Papercut design which uses dimensional paint to great effect for the juggling balls and pattern on the clown's clothing. A thin strip of fur fabric makes perfect hair.
If you enjoy quilling you will love this delicate lemon rose design. The bouquet is shown mounted on a large crescent but could be used in many different ways. Detailed instructions and diagrams are given.
This embroidered Lily of the Valley design is suitable for the more experienced (intermediate to advanced) worker. A good mix of stitches are used and detailed instructions shown for each step.
A selection of cards made using shaped offcuts, spray paint is used to good effect on three of the designs shown.
This beautiful, tranquil mountain scene needs planning well in advance unless you have a good selection of pressed flowers and plant materials to hand already. Plant names are given for anyone wanting to choose them but other similar looking plants could be substituted instead for most pieces.
Stencils can be quite expensive to buy, so why not try mixing and matching areas from different stencils to make a greater variety of designs from those you already have. The designs are not embossed but are painted using gouache and instructions for painting are included.
A great card idea for your little pirate - an undersea treasure chest filled with shiny sequins, beads and gems.
These designs are made using a very old technique called vinegar marbling, the only ingredients for the mixture are sugar, vinegar and paint or food colouring. It is messy and sticky but simple to do and great fun.
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