Friday, 24 January 2014

Craft Creations Magazine - Issue 71

Craft Creations Magazine - Issue 71 - Winter 2013/14. 
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Issue 71 of the Craft Creations Magazine - 40 pages packed full of inspirational cardmaking projects and ideas. This is our Winter issue which is looking forward to a bright Spring. The magazine covers all occasions for the early part of the year with ideas for Valentine's, Anniversaries and Weddings, Mother's Day and Easter too.

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The projects range from simple to complex, catering for all kinds of abilities and a wide variety of crafting styles: For stitchers, there is a lovely border stitched directly onto card, combined with a simple parchment idea, and a beautifully fluffy sheep with some cut paper flowers. There is a wide choice of designs for topper and découpage lovers, with some cute bunnies and couples as well as a selection of more girly ideas using handbag and shoe toppers. Pretty quilled flowers are always good for Spring projects and we have a couple of ideas for some pretty cards. General paper crafting gets a fair showing, with a few ideas for both hand cut or die cut designs, making some lovely easter eggs or a delicate cameo. Peel-off stickers are a brilliant and relatively easy way of card making and we bring you a mix of ideas for using these, including using the left overs for bright and bold cards. A couple to really get your teeth into are the Spring book, a word book that will take a while to complete and look so special when it is done, and then a Brag Book, a great idea for a little book card that has plenty of places for photos of the grandchildren or any other 'love' of a life. A bit more unusual, is Alison's 3D butterflies, using shrink plastic and peel-off stickers, ingenious!

Looking forward to the start of a busy card making year, with a ton of inspiration.

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