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Cardmaking & PapercraftCardmaking & Papercraft

Cardmaking & Papercraft

Christmas 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 christmas issue

Christmas is fast approaching and we couldn’t be more excited! There’s still plenty of time to finish your festive crafting, though, so we’re giving you a helping hand with this fabulous Holly Jolly Christmas 22-piece stamp and die set. Combine the foliage stamps and dies with your cute robin character to create wintry scenes, wreath patterns and more. For some inspiring ideas with your gift, turn to p6. If you’re looking for a fun new fold to add to your repertoire, check out our shimmering star easels on p10, while on p26 we get creative with five beautiful festive stamps from Sue Wilson. And for those of you after some quick and easy craft ideas, we have 16 special designs made using the latest craft releases on p67, plus 10 ideas…

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meet the team!

Robert Senior Art Editor “These fun baker’s twine cards are ideal for crafting with children – they’re easy to make and won’t break the bank!” Katriel Sub Editor “One of my best friends had a baby this year, so I’m planning to make this adorable ‘first Christmas’ card for her little one.” Thomas Senior Production Editor “I love anything colourful and textured for Christmas, so these layered die-cut folk art cards are right up my street.” Emma Deputy Art Editor “I’m going to make this Advent calendar book for my fiancé and fill each of the drawers with sweets and cracker jokes.” 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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holly jolly greetings

Walk in a winter wonderland this month with your Holly jolly Christmas cover gift. The bumper 22-piece stamp and die set comes with all you need to create gloriously wintry scenes for your loved ones. The layered robin die can be paper pieced using either coloured or patterned card to suit your design style. Simonne has added gingham ribbon bows to her designs to complete the rustic look. Holly jolly Christmas 1 Layer a 114mm square of patterned paper onto a 134mm square of spotty paper. Layer onto a larger square of white then red card. Wrap red ribbon around the panel and attach to a 148mm base covered with kraft card. 2 Stamp the pine branches onto an 89mm circle using green inks. Stamp the sentiment in the centre of the circle with…

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star of wonder

Turn your card designs into a festive centrepiece with a fabulous star easel card. This graphic fold looks complicated, but is in fact two panels that are easily slotted together, making it perfect for sending in the post, too! To create a star easel, you simply need to create a folded triangle base, and add two slits to either side. You then place a layered panel made from two triangles into the slots on the base, which creates the five points of the star. Clare used the Let It Snow collection of papers from Kaisercraft to decorate her three designs, mounting the papers onto complementary grey bases. She then added silver die-cut stars, snowflakes and sparkly gems to finish off the metallic theme. Star easel cards aren’t just for Christmas, though! This simple…

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first past the post

Totally tri-riffic! I was so excited to receive issue 201 this morning and I couldn’t wait to get started on a card using the beautiful Nutcracker gift. I hope you like the tri-shutter card I made. Debbie Haselden, Manchester Hayley says: We love it, Debbie! Tri-shutter cards look so impressive with their clever structures and the Nutcracker folk look fabulous on this type of fold! 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 wonderful cards, so please write in and share them with me!” Editor Christmas is coming I love making Christmas cards and these were no exception. I used the two new Heartfelt Creations Christmas collections; the gingerbread houses are from the Candy Cane Cottage collection and the blue Christmas card is from the Candlelit Christmas collection. Everything coordinates, so you really can’t go wrong! I die cut and coloured the gingerbread cottage, plus the windows and the door detail. I also die cut a cute penguin and candy canes, poinsettia and holly, then added lots of white glitter to finish. For the second card, I coloured the baubles blue to bring out the colour of the background papers. I love the doily die cut and…

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