Craft Creations Magazine Issue 30 - Summer 2003

This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Summer 2003 magazine.
Gorgeous baby designs, delightful Victorian scenes, moving home and gardening are the subjects for this lovely set of decoupage pictures.
A different idea for using 3D decoupage prints. Use just one layer, then add Gold Label flower and butterfly stickers to highlight areas of the picture.
The basic dragonflies are pre-cut foam shapes. The beads are stitched on top to make them into beautiful, glittery dragonflies.
Cute little Fimo fish. Make them by mixing colours to get a marbled effect and mount into an aperture card with a nice background.
These designs are made in cream with natural kraft brown corrugated card behind. Simple and easy to make in a short time.
A neat idea for using a single fold card. Fold the front panel in half, back on itself to make a double image. We have used a dolphin design but this method lends itself to all sorts of ideas.
The outlines of the figures were traced from old photos. Papers in natural, tans and browns are used to fill in the details.
Sandie Goble has designed these lovely, bright felt dragons for children's cards. They are really tactile and great fun with opening mouths.
Our acrobat clown decoupage paper is very bright and cheery and is so often used in different ways. This CD card is a perfect example of just how adaptable is is.
Another offering from Pam Goodwin. Her designs are always popular and this lovely set were inspired by a trip to the Taj Mahal in India.
This easy to make set of cross stitch cards were designed with the 'young and trendy' in mind, to pick up the theme of cute 'funky friends' type items found all over the place at the moment.
Pretty in pink, these paper poppies have little cake decorating stamens and glitter glue stems.
A pretty little quilled group of flowers, perfect for a summer birthday.
If you enjoy silk painting, try this lovely summer rose designed and painted by Hilary Broad. Really good instructions are given for painting and blending the colours with water to make white highlights.
This double fold card has the end panels both folded back on themselves to make two long thin front panels for the design to be worked onto.
A great card for a child who is interested in adventures, pirates and treasure. This cheery design has a chest full of gleaming treasure in the foreground.
Wedding stickers are extremely popular and this one even more so than most. Some lovely ideas for using the sticker combined with parchment. Also full instructions on using watercolour pencils with a blender pen.
A quick, easy to make congratulations card. Suitable for all sorts of occasions from passing exams to passing a driving test.
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