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PaperCraft Inspirations

PaperCraft Inspirations October 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!

In day-to-day life, take joy in the little things that add sparkle to the everyday. Card making is one of those joys, and we love adding little touches to our cards that delight and surprise both the recipient and the crafter. The kitchen printables cards (p8) have tiny paper tea towels, liftable pot lids and fun folds – and you can download the elements you need for free from our website! We are delighted to premiere the blackboard easel this issue, too (p16) – a brand new card fold that you won’t have seen anywhere else, combining easy origami with the best bits of card making. Small pleasures to spark joy. 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! Catrin Goodwin Catrin is a full-time mummy who loves to relax by making crafty cards Janice Whymark Janice got into crafting 14 years ago. She likes stamping, colouring and cutting out Alison Girvan Alison has been crafting for seven years and enjoys card making because it’s relaxing Kath Broughton Kath has been crafting since childhood and is completely hooked on card making Trisha Plastow Trisha started crafting 14 years ago and has her ideal job as she works in an arts and crafts shop Sue Cass An avid crafter with many skills, Sue loves making box canvasses with die-cut elements Diane Willia ms Diane is an all-round crafter who loves colour and being inventive in her craft projects Sally Sears Sally loves creating pretty things with paper, stamps and fabric. Craft…

1 Min.
inspirations for your craft kit!

Shopping list Basic card kit & your Magic Windows set, plus * Card Maker’s Collection DVD-ROM – Buds to Blooms, from Angela Poole * Embossing powder – Rose Gold, from Wow! Embossing Powder * Dovecraft glitter glue – Candyfloss, from Trimcraft * Dovecraft 3D pearl effects – Pastel Yellow, from Hobbycraft * Tumble dryer sheet * Blue pigment ink * Ribbons * Hole punch * Pink brads * White card * Doubled-sided tape Slide on by Use scrap card pieces to make a sliding greeting! Simply wrap a thin strip of card around a border that’s mounted to the card. By attaching the sentiment to the wrapped band, the greeting will slide. Zero waste Make the most of any card off-cuts and leftover greetings by making cute gift tags. Trimming a V shape into the ends of your foiled borders will give them a…

1 Min.
how to assemble a magic window card

Remove a coordinating tab slider, circle topper, card brad and doughnut piece from the pack. If using a decorative tab, attach over the main tab with tacky PVA glue and allow to dry. Rub the two main card pieces with a tumble dryer sheet. Pull the rounded tab through the curved slot of the card base. Move the tab over to the far right and line up the central holes. Lift each cut section and slot it into the corresponding cut behind it. Continue to slot all pieces of the window into place. It will form a star shape when all the sections slot together. Place the joined pieces face-down. Apply glue onto each of the cut pieces, close to the central hole. Stick down the doughnut over the hole. Hold it in…

1 Min.
what’s cooking?

Shopping list Basic card kit, plus kitchen printables, plus * A4 gingham card – Small Squares, from Stix2 * Sizzix Framelits nesting dies – Rectangles, Tickets, from Sizzix * Glitter * Cake sprinkles * Polythene * Baker’s twine * Craft wire * Enamel dots * White, pink, red & black card * Sticky foam pads * Acetate * Craft knife * Double-sided tape * Die-cutting machine These papers from Naomi Skinner are what kitchen dreams are made of! Forget sturdy worktops or clean white surfaces – in our papercraft kitchen it’s all about the pretty factor. Featuring multicoloured doughnut prints, baby pink cookers, cute kitchen cabinets and a stylish set of cooking utensils, these papers have everything you need to create your perfect space. There’s even your own resident chefs, ready to cook up a storm!…