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PaperCraft Inspirations

PaperCraft Inspirations May 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.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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1 Min.
hello!

Crafting paper into objects that look true to life is still like magic to me, and I’m totally under the spell of our realistic paper rose (p36) in this month’s home style make. We’re showcasing magical rabbits, too (p10) with fun kinetic cards that move to enchant and delight recipients of all ages! Our masterclass also has all the tricks – fancy learning how to make your stamps and die cuts dance? All will be revealed on page 27, as Kat Waskett shows you step-by-step the mechanism you need for this clever trick – don’t tell the Magic Circle! Happy crafting,…

1 Min.
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…

1 Min.
we did it!

Monika Graffling Gladysiak Monika has been crafting since childhood, and loves to experiment! Lesley Pyle Lesley has been card making and paper constructing since 2012. She loves a challenge! Sue Cass An avid crafter with many skills, Sue loves making box canvasses with die-cut elements Gail Norris Gail started card making 22 years ago and loves simplicity and clean lines in her designs Karen Foy Karen enjoys stamping, die cutting and fussy cutting. She likes mixed media, too Trisha Plastow Trisha started crafting 14 years ago and has her ideal job as she works in an arts and crafts shop! Kath Broughton Kath has been crafting since childhood and is completely hooked on card making Karen Walsh Karen has been crafting since childhood. She’s always looking for thrifty ways to use her stash! Diane Willia ms Diane is an all-round crafter who loves colour and being inventive…

2 Min.
inspirations for your craft kit!

Shopping list Basic card kit & your Carefree Days gift, plus * American Crafts Vicki Boutin 12x12in papers – Field Notes, from Hey Little Magpie * StazOn Opaque solvent ink – Cotton White, from Crafts U Love * White & coloured card * Alcohol pens * Sequins * Ribbon * Baker’s twine * Buttons * Blue, black & purple ink * Brayer * Die-cutting machine Reader Challenge! Show us what you make with your gift – our favourite card will win a papercraft goody bag! Simply send a photo of your card or make to papercraft@immediate.co.uk by 12th April 2019 for your chance to win! Back to front Try inking up the raised side of the embossing folder before taking it through your die-cutting machine. The technique will create an inked debossed line. You can then stamp the…

1 Min.
cosy corner

My inspiration for this card came from my love of afternoon tea with friends. I wanted to try making an inside easel card as it looked very impressive and also gave me a chance to use my Adorable Scoreboard! I used the Hunkydory Florabunda paper pad for the background, with the Time for Tea die and stamp set. I coloured the teapot using the Prism Watercolour Pencils and added some adhesive gems to finish. Tina Wallis, Lincoln Hannah says, “This is such a fantastic card, Tina. I love how you’ve used our covergift dies from issue 188, too!”…

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your  inspirations!

3D perfection For these cards I used the lovely Heartfelt Creations Peony stamp and die set as the main focal point. I stamped the flowers first, die cut them, then coloured them using Archival Inks. I shaped the petals to create dimension, and added some glitter to the edges of the petals for a touch of sparkle. I love making cards and my favourite products are the Heartfelt Creations stamps and cutting dies. If I see beautiful papers I can’t help but be inspired! Els Schutte, British Columbia Catriona says, “Wow! You’ve built the flowers up to look so real, Els! I love your use of glitter, too, it really adds something special to your cards.” Heart to heart This card came about after having shared a photo of one I made for my mother’s…