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Making Cards & Papercraft Magazine

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As the UK’s best value card making magazine, Making Cards & Papercraft magazine is the perfect monthly read for any creative card maker looking to up their game and improve their paper skills. Whether you’ve been creating cards from scratch for years, or just setting out in your papercraft journey, this magazine caters to all levels!



If you want to hone your current papercraft technique while also learning some new and exciting craft skills, you need a subscription to Making Cards & Papercraft magazine. With every issue bursting full of creative inspiration, insightful articles and brilliant photography, prepare to up your card game month after month and create items you can be proud of.



Create gorgeous birthday cards, stunning pop-out cards, Christmas cards and much, much more! Subscribe to Making Cards & Papercraft magazine today and enjoy every single issue delivered directly to your device before it hits the shops!  

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Making Cards & Papercraft  |  May 2016  


You may have noticed a second FREE GIFT* on the front of your edition -
in addition to your 16 free printed craft papers we’ve given every reader a
CD containing more than 120 craft papers suitable for making cards for men!
On the disk you will find very useful patterns and toppers including music, sport and other miscellaneous imagery! We can’t wait to see the cards you make! Should you require inspiration Pauline Bird has made some examples you might like - turn to page 66 to see!
Stunning Scenes, the free craft papers provided back in September last year proved so popular we’ve decided to bring you more of these beautiful illustrations. Perfect for cards for Father’s Day or male birthdays this collection showcases some of Britain’s most beautiful scenery. Your second set; Up, Up and Away is right on trend with the stunning watercolour illustrations of pretty hot air balloons! Elsewhere in the magazine we’ve fantastic projects by all your favourite contributors as well as introducing not one but two new contributors who bring with them new styles, welcome Mark Gould and Jenny Marples. Mark loves using paints to create mixed media projects - a very popular technique at present and Jenny is a design team leader and educator for IndigoBlu so she certainly knows her stuff. We only like to bring you the best!

Something different this month, as well as demonstrating her brand new stamps for PaperArtsy, Sara Naumann shares information from the latest craft trade show, Stitches. Turn to page 30 to find out more about what goes on at a trade show, her top picks for the coming season and her choice of show stoppers to watch out for!

There’s no sentiment sweeter than a homemade card and Making Cards & Papercraft magazine is here to help spread the love. Whether you’re creating personal cards to give to family and friends or looking to create gorgeous card packs to sell, Making Cards & Papercraft magazine is just the monthly read you need to ensure you’re making the best cards possible.


With every single issue packed full of step-by-step card projects created by a dedicated team of highly talented craftspeople, your card making capabilities are set to soar!


What’s more, each issue includes competitions galore, friendly interviews, news from celebrity crafters and reader letters.


Get creative every month and improve your papercraft skills with a subscription to Making Cards & Papercraft magazine. 

With a subscription to Making Cards & Papercraft magazine, you can enjoy:

  • Step-by-step guides to creating stunning cards for family and friends, or to sell
  • An inspiring monthly read to bring out the creative streak in you
  • Stunning photography and insightful articles to get the most from your hobby
  • Competitions, interesting interviews, news from celebrity crafters and more
  • Top tips and handy hints for creating impressive cards from a highly talented team of contributors
  • Every issue delivered to your device before it hits the shops
  • A discount off the RRP of your magazine

You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Making Cards & Papercraft magazine subscription.

Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.
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For all those crafted out there this is a very good read
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Making Cards & Papercraft   |   May 2016   


You may have noticed a second FREE GIFT* on the front of your edition -
in addition to your 16 free printed craft papers we’ve given every reader a
CD containing more than 120 craft papers suitable for making cards for men!
On the disk you will find very useful patterns and toppers including music, sport and other miscellaneous imagery! We can’t wait to see the cards you make! Should you require inspiration Pauline Bird has made some examples you might like - turn to page 66 to see!
Stunning Scenes, the free craft papers provided back in September last year proved so popular we’ve decided to bring you more of these beautiful illustrations. Perfect for cards for Father’s Day or male birthdays this collection showcases some of Britain’s most beautiful scenery. Your second set; Up, Up and Away is right on trend with the stunning watercolour illustrations of pretty hot air balloons! Elsewhere in the magazine we’ve fantastic projects by all your favourite contributors as well as introducing not one but two new contributors who bring with them new styles, welcome Mark Gould and Jenny Marples. Mark loves using paints to create mixed media projects - a very popular technique at present and Jenny is a design team leader and educator for IndigoBlu so she certainly knows her stuff. We only like to bring you the best!

Something different this month, as well as demonstrating her brand new stamps for PaperArtsy, Sara Naumann shares information from the latest craft trade show, Stitches. Turn to page 30 to find out more about what goes on at a trade show, her top picks for the coming season and her choice of show stoppers to watch out for!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Making Cards & Papercraft magazine print subscription.
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