|Craft Creations Magazine - Autumn 2015 - Issue 78. |
The Autumn 2015 Issue of the Craft Creations Magazine - 40 pages packed full of inspirational cardmaking projects and ideas.Downloadable PDFs:
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.In This Issue:
Well there is no mistaking that this is a Christmas issue, it has nearly every festive icon in some form or another, from Father Christmas, through Snowflakes, Poinsettias, Baubles, Stars, Holly, Ivy, Children all the way through to Christmas Trees.
There are peel-off projects featuring our fabulously frosty white edged stickers as well as a super glitzy poinsettia stepper card, a pretty nativity scene and wintery sledging.
Stitching-wise there is a hardanger star, cross-stitch boy/elf with a sack and in the 'prick and stitch' style, a stepper tree design and an elegant bauble on a pine branch.
Paper-crafting cards include a delicate pastel ballerina, an exploding box card featuring paper punched trees, a pop-up box Father Christmas in the chimney, a poinsettia wreath, a concertina fold Christmas tree and a super project of a perpetual calendar-cum-diary, where you can record your daily happenings.
Using a Sweet Dixie stamp set, (added to our range recently) there is a cute gingerbread family with heat embossed white icing on a jolly, spotty background. Perfect for any Bake-Off fans you want to send a card to.
Our Christmas Colourables are featured, coloured with Flexmarkers and made into cards to give lots of ideas for both colours and mounting. In a similar vein, our Christmas toppers, launched with the last magazine, are shown in their full glory with our ideas for converting them into beautiful cards.
Plenty to keep you crafting, right up to Christmas.