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PaperCraft Inspirations

PaperCraft Inspirations June 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
Erscheinungsweise:
Back issues only
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1 Min.
hello!

Cards that go flat for postage save crafters a fortune. I’m happiest when they go flat AND are all-singing, all-dancing. This issue’s moving wiper cards (p8) have a pop-up element when the card is folded out, which tucks in when flattened – genius! You’ll save even more by upcycling your postage stamps in your crafting (p32). Keep up the budget busting with your technology printables (p66) – ideal for cards for men of all ages, with interactive parts and personalised features. Download them for free from our website and print them out as many times as you like, so, unlike most technology battery packs, they’ll never run out. 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!

Lesley Pyle Lesley has been card making and paper constructing since 2012. She loves a challenge! Diane Williams Diane is an all-round crafter who loves colour and being inventive in her craft projects Sue Cass An avid crafter with many skills, Sue loves making box canvasses with die-cut elements Alison Girvan Alison has been crafting for seven years and enjoys card making because it’s relaxing Janice Whymark Janice got into crafting 14 years ago. She likes stamping, colouring and cutting out 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 Monika Graffling Gladysiak Monika has been crafting since childhood and loves to experiment! Sally Sears Sally loves creating pretty things with paper, stamps and fabric. Craft is a…

1 Min.
shopping list

Basic card kit & your rosette craft kit, plus * Clear mount stamp set – Stitched All Around, from Stampin’ Up! * BoBunny 12x12in papers – Floral Spice, from Scrapbook * First Edition 6x6in papers – Forever Free, from Hobbybase * Daler Rowney A4 sketchbook – Mixed Media * Tim Holtz Idea-ology sticker book – Big Chat, from Hobbycraft * Alphabet & number dies * Corner punch * Circle nesting dies * Scalloped circle nesting dies * Ribbon * Buttons * Brown string * Wooden butterflies * Paper flowers & leaves * Fabric flowers * Decorative brads * Ribbon * Black & gold ink * Die-cutting machine * Score board…

2 Min.
inspirations for your craft kit!

Top that! Layer the two sizes of rosettes to create vibrant, eye-catching toppers! Mount the rosettes on die-cut circles cut from contrasting card and patterned paper to make sure the smaller rosettes really stand out in the centre of the larger ones. The scalloped edges of the strips also make them perfect for adding a colourful border. A ray of sunshine! This bold, uplifting design was inspired by the stamped sentiment. Using a single large strip, create a semicircle border. Hand cut strips of yellow card for the rays of sunshine and arrange in the lower section, below the fan. Embellish with rows of gold adhesive gems. Summer feeling The bright patterns, colours and shapes of the rosettes immediately bring to mind colours of summer! This simple diagonal easel card is created by folding the…

1 Min.
how to make a rosette

Place the straight edge of a paper strip flush to the edge of a score board. Score the lines along the length of the strip. For a larger rosette, repeat on a second strip. Make a crease on each scored line to concertina each section. To achieve a crisp crease, use your scoring tool as a bone folder. Secure the ends together to make a cylinder shape. Once dry, push the top straight edge of the circular band in to the centre and gently push down to flatten out. Place a paper circle under the centre, pool with glue and leave to dry.…