Australian Papercraft Essentials 11

by Webmaster on September 24, 2010

Australian Papercraft Essentials 11

Australian Papercraft Essentials 11

With Christmas fast approaching it pays to be organised at this time of year, so our Design Team have been busy creating inspirational projects to help you get ahead for this busy time in the crafting calendar.

From handmade keepsakes to quick, cost-effective cards, we’ve got Christmas covered with an array of beautiful designs to help kick-start your festive projects.

First up, we’re treating you to an array of exclusive designer templates this issue, featuring a whole host of cute characters. Turn to page 8 to see Rachel Burgess’s sensational ideas for making the most of them.

Su Pennick gets creative with paper folding in her masterclass on page 56, creating clever origami mini books for your extra-special sentiments. Add a heartfelt gift or keepsake and they’re perfect for giving to your loved ones at Christmastime and beyond!

Anthea McConachy adds a splash of colour to the season on page 74, with a set of modern and funky festive cards in bright, alternative colours, and Judith Hannington has fun with felt on page 24, hand-crafting her own beautiful designs from this versatile medium.

Meanwhile, Karelyn Joy takes on our budget challenge on page 70, demonstrating how stunning cards can be created with just a few sheets of paper at a fraction of the cost.

If you’re not quite ready to begin your Christmas crafting, don’t despair! As well as some seriously spooky Halloween invitation ideas on page 39, this issue’s Cut Out and Keep section also features Claire Curd’s gloriously girlie shopping-themed cards on page 35. Perfect for birthdays, friendship cards and more, these stamps and templates can be adapted for any occasion!

Plus Angie Parkins helps you to say ‘Bon Voyage’ in style with her ingenious kinetic card ideas on page 16, featuring hidden compartments and moveable elements to include little gifts and tokens.

Purchase your copy today!

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