Issue 150 On Sale Now
Our 150th issue (yippee!) is a special one, if we do say ourselves. Jam-packed with cardmaking goodness, eight makes from Crate Paper’s Magical Forest collection, stash-busting Christmas cards, cute otter-centric designs and more. You’ll also find a smorgasbord of stunning techniques – flower shaping with Heartfelt Creations, crepe paper flowers, a stamp carving masterclass and learn how to create a shadow box Christmas card in nine steps. Not to mention your usual selection of extras, from your wonderful docrafts Papermania Enchanted Swan cardmaking kit, to some ice-cold Crafter’s Companion digi stamps and a milkshake heavy paper collection to sate your sweet tooth. As well as that, we’ve got your usual selection of inspiring features: think the ultimate DIY letterbox gifts, an interview with a notonthehighstreet wunderkind, and the benefits of shopping local this Noel. We’d like to wish you a very happy 150th issue – we hope you enjoy it as much as we did creating it!
1. docrafts Papermania Enchanted Swan luxury cardmaking kit
Fall in love with this month’s elegant collection courtesy of docrafts Papermania. Our first festive cardmaking kit of the year features an abundance of showstopping elements – 69 to be precise! Die-cutting sheets, luxurious papers, decoupage topper sheets and more, this one’s a must-have.
2. Crafter’s Companion Let It Snow digi stamps
It’s time to let a little chill into the craft room with these adorable downloadables. Penguins, snowmen, presents and polar bears ensure these digi stamps will be a mainstay for years to come.
Our usual offering of giveaways is back and we’re giving readers the chance to win big. Prizes from Royal Talens, IndigoBlu, Hunkydory and Prezzybox – and more – what are you waiting for?
4. Milkshake Parlour paper collection
A bundle of papers for crafters with a sweet tooth, get lost in a world of fruit, cupcakes, sprinkles and quintessential shakes.
5. Interview with Tom Hovey
Deputy Editor Amelia spoke with Tom Hovey, the illustrator extraordinaire whose work for The Great British Bake Off you’ll no doubt be familiar with. They talk TV, Tom’s artistic process and favourite creations.
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