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273 Papercraft & Card Ideas273 Papercraft & Card Ideas

273 Papercraft & Card Ideas

273 Papercraft & Card Ideas

With 273 papercraft and card ideas, this new magazine from the Craft Stash series is all you need to help reduce your stash mountain! Along with beautiful makes, hints and tips this brand new magazine is packed with ideas on how to bust your stash. You'll love the Spring bouquet of papercraft flowers; find it hard to resist the 15 fabric and lace cards and 20 cute button cards and relish the 37 paper scrap ideas and 10 ways with Washi. Plus there are 21 easy tutorials and heaps of budget ideas that will save you £££s!

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United Kingdom
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English
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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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welcome

If the thought of your treasure trove of stash fills you with excitement because it opens up a host of creative possibilities and means many happy crafting hours ahead, then 273 Papercraft & Card Ideas makes the perfect accompaniment to that drawer/cupboard/shelf/room full of papers, ribbons, brads, embellishments, and stickers… It’s time to bust that stash and magic those bits and bobs into gorgeous cards and gifts that cost next to nothing! Whether you are a novice or an expert, there are heaps of great card and papercraft projects here to help you to reduce that stash mountain. With cute button cards, wonderful ways with Washi, Easter makes, cards for Mum and 21 easy tutorials, there’s something for everyone and every occasion with this bumper collection. There are tons of terrific ideas…

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paper bouquet

THIS GORGEOUS ALLYEAR-ROUND bouquet means it doesn’t matter that January isn’t the best month for fresh flowers. We’ll be crafting them as thank you gifts, popping a whole bouquet in a statement vase and making a few blooms to scatter on our mantelpieces. 3 MORE MAKES 1 String your flowers onto a pretty ribbon for a gorgeous any-room garland 2 Tie name tags to the stem and use them as eyecatching place settings when you next host a dinner party 3 Glue a vibrant selection of blooms around an inexpensive frame or mirror to add interest and colour HEART PETALS YOU WILL NEED Patterned papers Floral wire Large heart punch Small circle punch 1 First punch six hearts from a sheet of patterned paper using the large heart punch. 2 Fold each heart into four. Arrange and stick around a circle of…

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garden party

PICK THE BEST of the bunch from your floral paperstack to make a pretty card that’s perfect for spring. Once you’ve selected your bouquet background all you need is a few carefully chosen embellishments from your stash to help bring your card to life and into full bloom. Look for pastel-hued pinks, blues, greens and yellows, then add paper flowers, ribbons, beads, buttons and of course – a little bit of love, and before you know you’ve made the perfect card. HOW TO MAKE THE WITH LOVE CARD YOU WILL NEED Blue and white card Floral papers Pinking shears Organza ribbon Button Paper flowers Black fineliner 1 Cut a 145x50mm piece of blue card. Mount onto white card. Trim the long edges with pinking shears. Add a strip of patterned paper and faux stitching detail. 2 Stick the panel across the…

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giving thanks!

HOW TO MAKE THE THANK YOU CARD YOU WILL NEED White base card Pink card Patterned paper Flower stamp set Eyelet Ricrac Foam pads 1 Cut a piece of pink card to fit your card base, leaving a small border. Add three strips of patterned papers to the pink card and stick to the card base. 2 Cut a tag from white card and stamp with a sentiment. Layer onto pink card, leaving a small border. Set the tag with an eyelet and thread with ricrac. Stick to card. 3 Stamp a flower from the stamp set and cut out, leaving a small border. Colour in and add to the bottom right corner of the tag with a foam pad.…

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happy easter!

TIP GET THE CHILDREN TO MAKE THEIR OWN PAPER EASTER BONNETS TO WEAR DURING THE EASTER EGG HUNT CHILDREN WILL LOVE hunting around the garden to find Easter treats to pop in their baskets. Write your clues on the pretty cards, and make miniature boxes to hide the eggs in and dot them around the garden. There’s even a paper rosette to award those who complete the egg hunt and you can set the scene with the unique carrot garland hung as bunting in the kitchen – there’s plenty here to make your Easter extra special. Why not reward the lucky participants with gold chocolate coins, mini-chocolate eggs or homemade Easter cookies? EASTER BASKET YOU WILL NEED Patterned papers White card Decorative brads Oval nesting dies Ribbon 1 Score and fold a 300x300mm piece of white card at 100mm on…

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easter bunny

USING PATTERNED PAPERS and varnish is a wonderfully easy way to customise household items, and this sweet Easter bunny is the ideal project for crafters who are new to the technique. Simply decorate a cardboard rabbit with bold floral paper, following our step-by-step photographs, and it will look fantastic filled with little Easter eggs. Once the chocolate has all gone, put your bunny on your crafting shelf to decorate the room, as well as using him to hold handy stash bits and bobs. HOW TO MAKE THE EASTER BUNNY YOU WILL NEED Medium-sized cardboard rabbit Glue varnish White acrylic covering paint Floral paper Paintbrush Wiggly eyes (or buttons) 1 Apply two thin coats of white acrylic covering paint. Allow to dry between coats. This step isn’t essential, but a good idea if you’re using light papers. 2 Cut or tear…