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As Christmas season is hotting up, we’re here to help you cool down your craft room. We’ve got a magnificent Christmas mixed media special that makes great use of product and interesting techniques, a set of Christmas tree decorations with an eye-catching twist, a quartet of marble effect greetings, a hands-on look at the trends to look out for this season, and much more. Elsewhere, we hope you’ll love your Christmas festive stamp and die kit, your bumper 100-page Sizzix Christmas paper pad, your magnificently spooky Halloween papers and all our features inside. We hope to see what craft for Christmas!
1 Christmas decoupage card kit
Our gifts this issue are a step above. This wonderful Christmas card kit includes die-cut sheets, papers, cards, 3D foam pads, 15 stamps and a flower shaping tool – oh and two poinsettia dies thrown in for good measure!
2 100-page Sizzix paper book
Sizzix papers have a guarantee of quality, and the bumper kit included with your latest PaperCrafter is no different. Combining traditional motifs with scandi toppers, festive sentiments and classic prints, you’ll be all set for your Christmas crafting – and then some.
3 Free Halloween papers
October’s approaching and you know what that means… it’s time to let some ghosts into your craft room! Luckily we’re here to help you get spooky with these terrifying complimentary papers.
4 Awards and prizes
It’s back and bigger than ever, and we need your help picking this year’s champions for the Best of Craft Awards! Now’s the time to use your voice and vote for a chance to shine a spotlight on the best-loved products of the crafting world. This year’s prize is an awe-inspiring cruise through the beautiful Norwegian Fjords. Simply vote by going to craftawards.com for a chance of winning!
Cardmaking bundles, prestige stamps, tickets to Craft4Crafters, a Tonic Studios collection, a ribbon bonanza… enter now for a chance to win these goodies!
6 Rockabilly digi stamps
Rock around the clock with these niche digi stamps. Perfect for someone that appreciates that era of time, or anyone that likes the vintage look.
7 Interview with Maggie Holmes
The designer behind the papers is as interesting as the things she creates. Read our interview where Maggie goes into detail about her paper history, her current work and her loving family.