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PaperCraft Inspirations November 2019

Never be stuck for inspiration again with the UK’s best-selling card making magazine. Each issue of PaperCraft inspirations is crammed with inspirational ideas and tonnes of techniques for you to try. We aim to live up to our name and to show you the most inspiring papercraft technique, alongside expert advice and oodles of shopping supplies. That’s why we’re the card maker’s best friend! Subscription to this digital magazine does not include covermount items or the subscriber-only pages found within print copies, nor gives access to Craft Circle, the Craft subscriber online area.

United Kingdom
Immediate Media Company London Limited
Back issues only
€ 6,17(Incl. btw)

in deze editie

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I bet you’ve made a pop-up box card before, with acetate strips adding to the fun! And how about an exploding box, where you lift the lid for the sides to fall down and reveal crafty treats? But I bet you’ve never tried an elastic band-powered jumping box card – turn to our masterclass (p31) to add this cool creation to your craft repertoire. We’re also upping the ante with cards that have edible elements (p8) to make your festive greetings stand out. You’ll also love our advent calendar cards (p36) that showcase crafty skill and homemade, heartfelt greetings – who needs the chocolate! Happy crafting!…

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our crafty month...

Our promise to you We aim to live up to our name and to show you the most inspiring papercraft techniques, share the latest ideas and hand-pick the most inspirational products for you to buy. We aim to bring you everything you need to get the most from our brilliant hobby. If you ever feel anything is missing, please don’t hesitate to get in touch! www.papercraftinspirationsmagazine.co.uk…

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we did it!

Lore Green Lore’s nan got her hooked on crafting as a child. She loves all forms of papercrafting! Lesley Pyle Lesley has been card making and paper constructing since 2012. She loves a challenge! Janice Whymark Janice got into crafting 14 years ago. She likes stamping, colouring and cutting out Monika Graefling Gladysiak Monika has been crafting since childhood and loves to experiment! Alison Girvan Alison has been crafting for seven years and enjoys card making because it’s relaxing Kath Broughton Kath has been crafting since childhood and is completely hooked on card making Diane Willia ms Diane is an all-round crafter who loves colour and being inventive in her craft projects Sally Sears Sally loves creating pretty things with paper, stamps and fabric. Craft is a true love of hers Trisha Plastow Trisha started crafting 14 years ago and has her ideal job as she works…

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inspirations for your craft kit!

Let your imagination run wild with our exclusive build-a-character craft kit. Stamp and paper piece these winter cuties onto the included card blanks for fun and unique cards every time. Stamp on your favourite patterned papers, cut out and build up your character for a jazzy look or keep it simple with kraft card. No papers? No problem! Stamp directly onto the card blanks and colour with alcohol markers or your favourite colouring medium. Ink up only ›ome areas of the stamp, like the eyes and mouth on the face stamp to make non-animal variations like the cheeky elf! Finish your character with an accessory of your choice, such as a mug of something warm, a cosy scarf and hat or a tasty acorn! Our favourite extra flourish is the mini envelope.…

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sweet season’s greetings

There are so many things to think about at Christmastime, which is why these edible cards come in very handy indeed. Not only will the recipient get a special Christmas card that they’ll want to display right away, they’ll also get a sweet treat that’s nestled inside the design. So, you can tick off the card and gift from your to-do list in one go! This would be a great card to send to someone who lives away as it allows you to send a small trinket without the extra cost of posting a parcel. They’re the sweetest cards for this special time of year! Shopping list Basic card kit, plus * BoBunny clear stamp set – Santa & Friends, from Papermaze * Sentimentals A6 stamp set – Home for Christmas, from Crafter’s Companion *…

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we did it!

Alison Girvan Q Tell us about your Christmas pud! A I made a small box to mount onto my card, into which I cut a circle and backed it with acetate. I then fussy cut some brandy sauce and holly berries to make it look like a Christmas pudding! I filled the box with Minstrels and embellished my card with a button, ribbon and twine. Q What is your top tip for this make? A Remember to use a strong glue or tape for your box, to account for the extra weight in sweets! Lore Green Q Tell us about your humbug card! A I started with two jam jar- shaped cards, then cut an aperture into one and backed it with acetate. I created a box between the jam jars, leaving the top flap open for…