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Craftseller Magazine July 2013 Back Issue

English 1 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Arts & Crafts)
Whatever the weather outside, we’ve got plenty of sunshine for you in this month’s issue of Craftseller! With bright colours, floral fabrics, seaside designs – summer is just a tap of the screen away!
This issue, we have travel-inspired makes including atlas paper bunting, a map pendant necklace, portable baby changing set and an upcycled luggage set of vanity case, passport holder and suitcase tag. We also have a gorgeous cross stitch cushion, funky knitted sunglasses case and very cute butterfly wings for little girls. And as owls are still proving huge sellers at craft markets and online, our quirky cover stars – the family of crochet owls – are a must for craft sellers! They’re just too cute to resist…
Feature-wise, budding craft sellers can get the lowdown on how to launch a crafty business in 10 easy steps, and we have an exclusive interview with award-winning and internationally successful craft seller, Donna Wilson.
Every month we’re on hand with quick and easy makes, ideal for successful sellers. Don’t miss out!
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Craftseller

July 2013 Whatever the weather outside, we’ve got plenty of sunshine for you in this month’s issue of Craftseller! With bright colours, floral fabrics, seaside designs – summer is just a tap of the screen away! This issue, we have travel-inspired makes including atlas paper bunting, a map pendant necklace, portable baby changing set and an upcycled luggage set of vanity case, passport holder and suitcase tag. We also have a gorgeous cross stitch cushion, funky knitted sunglasses case and very cute butterfly wings for little girls. And as owls are still proving huge sellers at craft markets and online, our quirky cover stars – the family of crochet owls – are a must for craft sellers! They’re just too cute to resist… Feature-wise, budding craft sellers can get the lowdown on how to launch a crafty business in 10 easy steps, and we have an exclusive interview with award-winning and internationally successful craft seller, Donna Wilson. Every month we’re on hand with quick and easy makes, ideal for successful sellers. Don’t miss out!


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Whatever the weather outside, we’ve got plenty of sunshine for you in this month’s issue of Craftseller! With bright colours, floral fabrics, seaside designs – summer is just a tap of the screen away!
This issue, we have travel-inspired makes including atlas paper bunting, a map pendant necklace, portable baby changing set and an upcycled luggage set of vanity case, passport holder and suitcase tag. We also have a gorgeous cross stitch cushion, funky knitted sunglasses case and very cute butterfly wings for little girls. And as owls are still proving huge sellers at craft markets and online, our quirky cover stars – the family of crochet owls – are a must for craft sellers! They’re just too cute to resist…
Feature-wise, budding craft sellers can get the lowdown on how to launch a crafty business in 10 easy steps, and we have an exclusive interview with award-winning and internationally successful craft seller, Donna Wilson.
Every month we’re on hand with quick and easy makes, ideal for successful sellers. Don’t miss out!
read more read less
Craftseller is the perfect magazine for anyone who wants to make and sell their own homemade crafts. Make money from your crafting with the help of this new magazine. Each issue is packed full of quick and easy, copyright free projects, as well as features on how and where to sell them. Now's your chance to: try new crafts - knitting, cross stitch, paper craft, sewing and more; learn how to turn your hobby into a business; discover how to sell online; find the latest best buys, useful apps and top websites! Full of the very best handmade craft projects, with Craftseller you'll never be short of ideas.

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Well designed

Particularly good for starters Reviewed Tuesday, 30 January 2018