Craft Creations Magazine Issue 29 - Spring 2003

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This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Spring 2003 magazine.
This little baby blanket hanging on the line with a garden scene behind is simply stitched onto Evenweave fabric, with pulled thread detail.
This design is perfect for anyone who enjoys a range of ball sports. It can be adapted to one sport by using a smaller card and stitching just one of the balls.
Baby cards are always in demand and what lovely cards these make with little knitted bootees in pink, baby blue or yellow if you prefer.
Stitch this design onto dark blue fabric for a male birthday, on white using pastel thread for a baby card, or choose a colour to suit the recipient.
Make lovely soft paper using Anita Light's method. Examples of different colour papers you can make and cards using the paper for backgrounds are shown along with detailed instructions.
Four lovely Father's Day cards using Fimo clay for the main designs. The cards shown are Cricket, Football, Boats and a DIY card with different tools.
These foil embossed fish are swimming through paper seaweed. The metal foil with it's natural sparkle is great for shimmery, shiny fish.
Hand made sympathy cards are always very much appreciated by the recipient. This cross stitch design features a cross with white lilies and a sympathy message.
A little fluffy felt aeroplane against sky background paper. Perfect for a small child's birthday.
Lovely ideas for using peel off stickers to make framed panels on single fold cards. Very effective with wording placed inside the frame.
Although these are referred to as 'Nuts & Bolts' cards they don't actually have any nuts or bolts on them. The wording is made up from little washers, pins and bits and pieces that suggest letters of the alphabet.
Stitched patterns in square cards make nice geometric designs. One is stitched onto 14 count fabric, the other is on evenweave.
Poppies are a great subject with their striking red blooms. This bookmark card is sure to be appreciated, firstly as a card and then for some time afterward when used as bookmark.
Richelieu Cutwork was originally known as Venetian Lace and was very popular in France. These designs are inspired by an embroidery method which has it's origins in 16th century Italy and usually portrays flowers and leaves.
Sticky backed velour silhouettes against a watercolour background which is hand painted in lovely orangey hues with a bluish top.
Make a square frame with a clear acetate centre. Use sticky fixers to surround the centre and fill with sequins of your choice to make a lovely shaker card.
This project is worked on a sewing machine and is aimed at intermediate workers rather than beginners, so a bit of experience at machine embroidery is recommended.
A chunky truck with a giant birthday surprise on the back. The second design shows a red truck with a stereo system in the back and musical notes above it, great for a teenage birthday.
If you have some old paint swatch sample cards left over from when you last decorated your house then this is the project for you - an effective way to use them up.
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