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Cardmaking & Papercraft

August 2019

With Cardmaking & Papercraft, you’ll never be short of Cardmaking ideas. Each issue is packed with the very best techniques, detailed step by step guides, essential advice and know how from top experts

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome to the august issue

This issue is packed full with cheerful summery vibes to brighten every crafter’s day, starting with our stunning 22-piece Summer Meadow cover gift! There are so many ways to use this exclusive stamp and die set, but if you’re stuck for ideas turn to p6 and p82 for nine inspiring card projects to get you started. Sticking with the floral theme, we also bring you a unique velveteen stamping project on p64, using new designs from Altenew, plus five sumptuous makes with the new Nature’s Garden Peony collection from Crafter’s Companion, skilfully crafted by last year’s Cardmaker of the Year, Martina Murray (p76). Speaking of which, it’s that time of year again, folks… that’s right, now is your chance to showcase your talent in our national competition to crown this year’s…

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meet the team!

Robert Art Editor “My kids will be making torn paper thank you cards like these to send to their teachers this month.” Katriel Sub Editor “I can’t resist new card folds, so I’m excited about these nautical flip-slider cards – they’re so much fun!” Thomas Senior Production Editor “I’m always looking for new ways to use my circle dies, so I’m going to try out these funky rocker cards.” Emma Designer “My brother-in-law has asked me to make a table plan for his wedding, so this project is perfect for me!” For free downloads, tips and many more cardmaking ideas, visit www.cardmakingandpapercraft.com Like www.facebook.com/ cardmakingmag Tweet @cardmaking_mag Follow @cardmakingmag Pin www.pinterest.com/ cmpcmag Watch www.youtube.com/ cardmakingmag…

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fields of flowers

Your cover gift Craft serene summer scenes for birthdays, anniversaries and more with your Summer Meadow stamps and dies. Simonne has paired the stamped bees, butterflies and blooms with pastel inks and pretty patterned papers to create a light summery feel on her designs. You could even add a few layers of Glossy Accents to the stamped flowers to give them a delicate dewy finish. Try these designs If friends were flowers 1 Attach 140x125mm of patterned paper to a 140x130mm white base. Stamp the oval frame three times onto 140x74mm of card using green ink. Stamp a sentiment using black ink. Apply grey ink to the top of the foliage image and stamp a stalk in the left and right oval frames. 2 Die cut stitched borders along the stamped panel. Die cut scalloped d…

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rock the house

Take your cardmaking to the next level with our rocker cards – they’re so much fun to make and your friends and family will love watching them rock. The rounded edges of the base card allow the card to rock back and forth, so when you create your rocker, make sure you keep the sentiments even on either side. This way your cards will be perfectly balanced! The various panels on the rocker base are great for using up your paper scraps, which you can die cut into circles or rectangles to then decorate with your chosen toppers, stamped elements and die-cut sentiments. Here, Ruth has paired the Verdant Walk paper pack from Altenew with the Indoor Garden stamp set to create these botanical makes. From a trendy succulent birthday make to a…

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mandala makes

Here’s a card I made using the Mandala Patchwork gift from issue 196. I was inspired by the mandala patterns – I thought they were so bright and uplifting and they inspired me to create this design. I cut the middle band from card then die cut it and finished it with pearls. Cornelia Brockhouse, via email Hayley says : Well done for creating a technical card in a short amount of time Cornelia, it’s lovely. Congratulations on being First Past the Post this issue. Be the first to send us a photo of a card you’ve made using this month’s gift and you could win a mystery craft prize!…

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dear hayley

“I love hearing your crafting stories and seeing your fab cards, so please write in and share them with me!” Editor Colour me happy I have always been very wary about stamping because I worry about colouring techniques and getting them right. However, determined to conquer my fears, I recently invested in the complete new Hunkydory colouring range of pens and inks. I saw this set of tractor stamps and decided I would be brave and make a card for my two-year-old grandson who loves tractors and the colour orange. I stamped the grass area and then used the stamp as a mask while I coloured the sky using three different blue ink pads. I coloured the tractor using Hunkydory markers and cut it out, then finished the card with a sentiment from…

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