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PaperCraft Inspirations

December 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.

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English
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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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hello!

Though I love trying out new dies and stamps, my favourite card is one I can use with any patterned papers I already have in my stash. That’s why the shaped Christmas cards (p8) are likely to be my most made project this year, in many different colours. You’ll enjoy many colours in our Northern Lights printables (p28) too, and you can download and print the bulk of the materials you need from our website as a free stash-booster. Download and print extra sets of this issue’s free alpine ski papers (p39) from there too, so there can be handmade cards for all without breaking the bank. 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!

Trisha Plastow Trisha started crafting 14 years ago and has her ideal job as she works in an arts and crafts shop! Catrin Goodwin Catrin is a full-time mummy, who loves to relax by making crafty cards Alison Girvan Alison has been crafting for seven years and enjoys card making because it’s relaxing Sue Cass An avid crafter with many skills, Sue loves making box canvasses with die-cut elements Janice Whymark Janice got into crafting 14 years ago. She likes stamping, colouring and cutting out Diane Williams Diane is an all-round crafter who loves colour and being inventive in her craft projects Kath Broughton Kath has been crafting since childhood and is completely hooked on card making Sally Sears Sally loves creating pretty things with paper, stamps and fabric. Craft is a true love of hers Lore Green Lore’s nan got her hooked on crafting as a…

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inspirations for your craft kit!

Shopping list Basic card kit & your die-cut craft kit, plus * White & coloured card * Vellum * Black & coloured inks * Hexagon, circle & alphabet dies * Christmas sentiment stamps * Patterned papers * Glitter glue * Adhesive glitter letters * Acetate * Sequins * Adhesive gems * Ribbon * Star brad * Snowflake embossing folder * Die-cutting machine Reader Challenge! Show us what you make with your craft kit – our favourite card will win a papercraft goody bag! Simply send a photo of your card or make to papercraft@immediate.co.ukby 15th November 2019 for your chance to win! Tree-mendous Create 3D trees by cutting the tree die shape three times, scoring down the centre and joining them together. This makes a clever pop-out effect that handily folds flat to slip into an…

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how to make a floating tree and frame

Separate the small dies from the tree die and ensure there are no sharp edges. Die cut a selection of snowflakes and stars from white card and ink edges in yellow, green and red. Cut a piece of the clear plastic sheet and remove the backing. With sticky side upwards, arrange your shapes all over the surface. Add some of the tiny cut outs to the stars’ centres. Encapsulate the die cuts with a larger piece of clear plastic. Trim away any edges. Place the tree die into the centre and cut it out. You now have a floating tree and a floating frame.…

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all shapes and sizes

These shaped designs from Julie Gibbs are the mark of a classic Christmas: popping cards in the post, snuggly jumpers, a tree with all the trimmings and of course, jolly old St Nick. Your recipient only needs to take one look at these cards to get that festive feeling! This technique is a great way to add interest to your cards – they’ll certainly stand out among the festive line-up! Plus, with our handy templates they’re super easy to make, too. You could make a batch of the one design or the whole collection. Julie has used Crafter’s Companion Poinsettia Perfection papers but you could opt for any design you like, or use plain card and decorate with stamps and die cuts to put your own twist on these Christmas shapes. Shopping list Basic…

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