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Making Cards & Papercraft Magazine

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Making Cards & Papercraft  |  October 2015  


This month our free craft papers are a diverse set. I just love the Arty Animals collection, the moment I saw the amazing artwork I couldn’t wait to see it transformed into cards. They are just so mesmerising and the collection is suitable for men and women. The colours are vibrant and the subjects such fun. Our second set, Classic Cameos, will appeal to those of you with more traditional tastes. Again this set features both male and female silhouettes so is suitable for using on cards for women and those more difficult male makes. Thank you to all of you who contacted me to tell me how much you enjoyed the landscape craft papers last month, it has been lovely to see all your cards.

This edition contains a variety of cards by all your favourite contributors. Emma Williams has created a beautiful set of cards featuring pretty poppies by IndigoBlu while Tracy Evans has created a trio of stunning cards starring Tim Holtz’s Stampers Anonymous Runway set. I love Jackie Semark’s set of six cards using the new Decades digi stamps by Saturated Canary. What a great idea for a set! If you like to colour and enjoy using characters on your cards then check out the exclusive project for Making Cards from Acid Drop & Whatnots on page 76 - some great characters!
Making Cards & Papercraft, is a 13 issue magazine which remains the UK’s best value card making magazine, making it the premier choice for enthusiasts who demand the full diversity of their chosen subject.

Each issue is packed full of detailed step-by-step card projects created by a team of highly talented contributors demonstrating a vast array of techniques to bring you a wide range of beautiful projects that are unique to Making Cards & Papercraft readers. All this teamed with competitions galore, friendly interviews, celebrity crafters, reader letters and shopping pages showcasing the newest products makes Making Cards one not to miss! Plus, 16 FREE downloadable craft papers with every issue.

Make sure that every single one of your designs is a show stopper with Making Cards & Papercraft magazine!
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Making Cards & Papercraft   |   October 2015   


This month our free craft papers are a diverse set. I just love the Arty Animals collection, the moment I saw the amazing artwork I couldn’t wait to see it transformed into cards. They are just so mesmerising and the collection is suitable for men and women. The colours are vibrant and the subjects such fun. Our second set, Classic Cameos, will appeal to those of you with more traditional tastes. Again this set features both male and female silhouettes so is suitable for using on cards for women and those more difficult male makes. Thank you to all of you who contacted me to tell me how much you enjoyed the landscape craft papers last month, it has been lovely to see all your cards.

This edition contains a variety of cards by all your favourite contributors. Emma Williams has created a beautiful set of cards featuring pretty poppies by IndigoBlu while Tracy Evans has created a trio of stunning cards starring Tim Holtz’s Stampers Anonymous Runway set. I love Jackie Semark’s set of six cards using the new Decades digi stamps by Saturated Canary. What a great idea for a set! If you like to colour and enjoy using characters on your cards then check out the exclusive project for Making Cards from Acid Drop & Whatnots on page 76 - some great characters!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Making Cards & Papercraft magazine print subscription.
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