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Making Cards & Papercraft Magazine Floral Special 2008 Special Issue

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121 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Arts & Crafts)
Here at Making Cards we know how much our readers love floral designs and decoupage so we've combined both to produce this special issue. Inside are 32 craft papers designed by Nancy Watt, featuring
12 different flowers - one for every month of the year. Each of the flowers feature decoupage images along with co-ordinating toppers and greetings.

To cover all skill levels we have included pyramage designs on some of the craft papers. Pyramage is a form of decoupage whereby each image is slightly smaller than the one below to form a pyramid effect when layered together. This is a relatively easy technique to work with as the cutting is simple - great for beginners or for last minute cards you need in a hurry.

The styles of craft papers vary between flowers to cover both your tastes and those of the many recipients of your floral designs! For a more traditional look try the iris, daffodil or snowdrop papers; for modern designs check out the gerbera papers or the monochrome lilacs; and for simply pretty papers don’t miss my favourites - the pansy and fuchsia papers.
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Floral Special 2008 Here at Making Cards we know how much our readers love floral designs and decoupage so we've combined both to produce this special issue. Inside are 32 craft papers designed by Nancy Watt, featuring 12 different flowers - one for every month of the year. Each of the flowers feature decoupage images along with co-ordinating toppers and greetings. To cover all skill levels we have included pyramage designs on some of the craft papers. Pyramage is a form of decoupage whereby each image is slightly smaller than the one below to form a pyramid effect when layered together. This is a relatively easy technique to work with as the cutting is simple - great for beginners or for last minute cards you need in a hurry. The styles of craft papers vary between flowers to cover both your tastes and those of the many recipients of your floral designs! For a more traditional look try the iris, daffodil or snowdrop papers; for modern designs check out the gerbera papers or the monochrome lilacs; and for simply pretty papers don’t miss my favourites - the pansy and fuchsia papers.


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Here at Making Cards we know how much our readers love floral designs and decoupage so we've combined both to produce this special issue. Inside are 32 craft papers designed by Nancy Watt, featuring
12 different flowers - one for every month of the year. Each of the flowers feature decoupage images along with co-ordinating toppers and greetings.

To cover all skill levels we have included pyramage designs on some of the craft papers. Pyramage is a form of decoupage whereby each image is slightly smaller than the one below to form a pyramid effect when layered together. This is a relatively easy technique to work with as the cutting is simple - great for beginners or for last minute cards you need in a hurry.

The styles of craft papers vary between flowers to cover both your tastes and those of the many recipients of your floral designs! For a more traditional look try the iris, daffodil or snowdrop papers; for modern designs check out the gerbera papers or the monochrome lilacs; and for simply pretty papers don’t miss my favourites - the pansy and fuchsia papers.
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I'd like to see a bigger variety of papers. Love what you do, but very similar often. Soft florals, cute critters etc, would be lovely. Reviewed 20 February 2020

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little projects Reviewed 12 February 2020

Always inspiring

Great magazine full of ideas for the latest card designs Reviewed 27 June 2019

Highly interesting

For all those crafted out there this is a very good read Reviewed 16 October 2018

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