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Cardmaking & Papercraft

Cardmaking & Papercraft

December 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

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United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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1 min.
welcome to the december issue

This issue, we’re having so much fun crafting with our wonderful Cottage for all seasons stamp and die set. It’s perfect for creating a wintry scene for last-minute Christmas cards, but with a range of different designs to mix and match, you can be sure that you’ll get lots of use out of the set the whole year round! For some exciting projects using your gift, turn to p6. If you’re looking for new ideas to finish off your Christmas crafting, we have plenty of inspiration for you. From gilded 3D embossed cards on p58, and vibrant border stamped ideas on p26, to fun aperture spinner cards on p10, there’s plenty here to keep you busy until the big day! This issue we also announce the winners of our annual Cardmaker of…

1 min.
meet the team!

Robert Senior Art Editor “My children love to make thank you cards to send to relatives after Christmas, so we’re going to have a go at this fun design.” Katriel Sub Editor “I’ve had so much fun recreating these aperture spinner cards – they’re surprisingly easy to make, and look so impressive.” Thomas Senior Production Editor “I’m going to make this stunning Scandi star to give to my parents for Christmas – it’ll look perfect on their porch door.” Emma Deputy Art Editor “There are several winter birthdays in my family, so these sweet seasonal birthday cards are just what I need!” For free downloads, tips and many more cardmaking ideas, visit www.cardmakingandpapercraft.com www.facebook.com/ cardmakingmag @cardmaking_mag @cardmakingmag www.pinterest.com/ cmpcmag www.youtube.com/ cardmakingmag…

4 min.
home sweet home

Stamp and die cut cosy scenes for every month of the year with the Cottage for all Seasons cover gift. Stamp and decorate your garden with the various stamps, then finish your design with a die-cut cat, snowman or bird table. Julie has created a variety of designs that showcase just how versatile these stamps and dies can be! Home sweet home 1 Using the template on p90, score and fold the double Z-fold base from white card. Cover the panels of the larger piece with snowflake paper. 2 Trim a snowdrift along the top edge of the smaller piece, then attach the two pieces together. 3 Stamp the cottage, snowman, and sentiment onto white card using Tuxedo Black ink. Colour in the images and die cut. 4 Stamp large and small trees onto green…

3 min.
spinning around

Make the most of your festive stamps and sentiments with these stunning aperture spinner cards. The rotating panel means you can stamp a different image or sentiment on either side, which is revealed when the panel is turned. To create the spinning element, simply stamp your chosen designs onto two panels of card, then secure twine between the two panels and attach it to the reverse of the aperture on your base card. Hazel has used stamps and papers from Kaisercraft’s Peppermint Kisses collection for these three designs, and she shares her tips for three different base cards that are perfect for displaying your aperture spinner. From triangles and circles to diamonds and stars, your spinners can be whatever shape you like! Just remember to create an aperture that is large enough for…

1 min.
first past the post

Winter robin I just love the cover gift that came with issue 202 of Cardmaking & Papercraft.Tobehonest,I have never really enjoyed stamping but I recently spent some time with a talented friend of mine who taught me lots of tips and tricks. As soon as I saw the Holly jolly stamps and dies I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I have attached a photo of my finished card, I hope you like it. I have a way to go to catch up with my friend, Enid, but I really enjoyed making this card. Linda Winckles, Bradford Hayley says: Enid has taught you well, Linda! The stamped snowy scene inside the bauble aperture looks fantastic. Be the first to send us a photo of a card you’ve made using this month’s gift and…

5 min.
dear hayley

“I love hearing your crafting stories and seeing your wonderful cards, so please write in and share them with me!” Editor Mermaid kisses I loved the deep sea cards from the 10 Minute Makes feature in issue 195 (May) and was inspired to make my own, so I bought the Creative Expressions Mermaid Kisses die set. To start, I inked a background with Distress Inks in blue and purple then misted it to form under-the-sea bubbles. I die cut a mermaid and coloured her in, using teal blue for her body and tail and yellow for her hair. I also added starfish and fish stickers and the die-cut sentiment. While making this card, I discovered that novelty yarn strands make colourful seaweed! Donna Grove, South Carolina, USA Hayley says: Who knew yarn would make such…