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Sneak preview inside issue 67

This month we are delighted to bring you the fabulous issue 67 of PaperCrafter and its exclusive Vintage Rose theme, on sale Friday 29th November.  It may be cold outside, but you can still fashion a wealth of makes to brighten up the winter days.

Sneak preview inside issue 67

We’re channeling the pretty renaissance gardens of the 16th century to bring you intricate designs and beautiful makes that will definitely WOW your friends. If you have a fancy for romance and all things pretty, you won’t be disappointed.

Get your crafting year off to a good start with our brilliant kit! You can create amazing cards in a selection of pastel shades with delicate floral motifs - they’re certain to bring out your softer side. We know you’ll love our vintage-inspired card kits, featuring sweet aperture designs.

Bring out your inner bookworm with our stylish book-making packs using our choice of covers. We’ve got four different techniques for you to try from different PaperCrafter designers. Why not start it off with our bonus online project, showing Corinne Bradd’s method.

If you’ve got a penchant for petals, this one’s for you. The kit includes a fantastic paper flower collection, so you can spruce up your makes with beautiful buds. Alternatively, try your hand at fashioning a corsage or unique hair accessory. You won’t see those in the shops!

We’ve also teamed up with the creative team at Bo Bunny,to bring you some of their exclusive papers in our designer Studio Selection paper book. It’s one to remember, with rich brown and pink hues and wonderful polka prints. You’ll find 32 pages of kitsch patterns, plus we’ve teamed up with them to bring you three impressive scrapbooking step-by-steps.

To keep with our vintage-inspired theme, you can make a sweet bird box with our ultra sweet kit. You won’t be able to resist making yours - we couldn’t!

There’s plenty to get started on, from paper-cutting to ribbing, and iris-folding to multi-folding. With so many projects to choose from, it’s an issue not to be missed. We’d recommend a speedy trip to the shops ourselves 😊

Why not flick through our 12-page digital sample below for a taste of what’s inside?

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