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Cardmaking & Papercraft

September 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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welcome to the september issue

As we step into a new season we always look to the changing hues to give us inspiration for our cardmaking. And no season provides us with more opportunity for colourful creations than autumn! So, we’re especially excited about this month’s gorgeous Autumn wonder cover gift. Packed full with woodland animal stamps, a foliage embossing folder and 8 designer papers, it’s so much fun to craft with! Find out how to get started with your kit on page 6. This issue we also have some wonderful new techniques for you to try, from bonny bow cards on page 10, to our unique baby wipe stamping tutorial on page 64. Plus, there’s still time to enter our national Cardmaker of the Year competition and be in with a chance to win some…

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meet the team!

Robert Art Editor “My mum loves garden gnomes, so myself and the kids are going make one of these fun cards for her!” Katriel Sub Editor “This project gave me so many ideas for using my frame and tag dies – I can’t wait to see what I can do with them.” Thomas Senior Production Editor “I’ve never tried stencilling before but now I’ve seen how effective the technique is I’m determined to give it a go!” Emma Designer “My best friend is a writer, and her birthday is next month, so this typewriter gift box is just what I need.” 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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autumn colours

Your cover gift Get creative with your inks, markers and watercolours, plus your Autumn wonder stamps, embossing folder and pretty patterned papers. Julie has used inks and ProMarkers to bring the sketchy characters to life, pairing them with the papers to create six stunning designs. Perfect for practising your colouring skills, these stamps are a lovely way of celebrating birthdays and more. Try these designs Wishing you a very special birthday 1 Layer a 135mm square of leaf-patterned paper onto a 140mm square of teal card, then attach to a 145mm square white base. 2 Use the embossing folder to emboss a strip of gold metallic card with leaves. Trim to fit across the leaf layer, then stick in place, as shown. 3 Apply Stormy Sky Distress Ink to a 50mm circle and layer onto a 95mm…

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brilliant bows

Take inspiration from your haberdashery drawers with these beautiful bow cards – they’re easier to make than you might think. Use your nesting oval and circle dies to cut different-sized shapes from contrasting patterned papers. Layer an oval onto a slightly larger oval, gently fold in half to create the bow loop shape, then secure with a staple or adhesive. Create seven more bow loops, then assemble together to create the bow, before adding to your base. The various ovals of the bow are great for using up your paper scraps. You can even use your scallop-edged or stitched dies to add extra interest to the layers. Here, Ruth has used the Sew Handmade collection from Crafter’s Companion to create three designs, pairing the patterned papers with linen and material-effect papers. Whichever design…

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summer’s day

Although my stamping abilities are not the best, I do like to have a go at using the cover gifts that come with each issue of Cardmaking & Papercraft, and so this month I decided to make an easel card. To match the yellow card, I stamped the flowers in yellow and added green stems as a contrast. I attached a fancy white layer, four die-cut butterflies and some sparkly green gems to t finish. I used the sentiment ‘Thinking of You’ as the easel card c stopper. Linda L Cobb, Yeovil Hayley says: What a vibrant looking card Linda, the yellow and white theme is beautiful and reminds us of summer. Be the first to send us a photo of a card you’ve made using this month’s gift and you could win…

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dear hayley

“I love hearing your crafting stories and seeing your wonderful cards, so please write in and share them with me!” Editor Just married I wanted to make a wedding card for my cousin’s daughter and I was looking for ideas. I wanted something a bit different to the usual wedding designs and found the perfect inspiration in issue 193 of Cardmaking & Papercraft magazine – a quirky and fun stamped camper van card complete with a veil and top hat. I made a few changes to my card: for the background I created a white heart die cut from patterned paper with a gold border, then I stamped a heart cloud and die cut a Mr & Mrs sentiment from gold card. Thank you Cardmaking & Papercraft for the ideal card and for…

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