Chock full with new and creative, crafty projects in every issue, this is the ultimate source of inspiration for papercraft and stamping enthusiasts everywhere. If you love crafty ideas that you can make and do with paper, or you know someone who else who loves it, then Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft is the only magazine you need for all your inspiration. From gift tags, gift-wrapping and card designs to ornaments and table setting, you’ll find a fabulous mix of practical projects to try in every issue, complete with easy-to-use patterns and templates. Experiment with different textures, embellishments, colours and techniques, check out new and interesting crafty products, find out the hot spots for shopping and discover clever budgets tips for all your project work. Editorial profiles with local community artists and papercraft experts will add to your experience.
Studio Steps • This card goes from simple to special by adding a host of subtle, well-executed elements. Take a closer look and try them for yourself …
Playing Dress-ups • Grab your favourite inks, stencils and girly images and try these beautiful Mixed Media tags for yourself!
10 Quick Cards • These stylish, contemporary cards look like they’d take ages to put together; but thanks to a few sticker sheets and some patterned papers, you can have them all done in an afternoon.
Spraying with Reinkers • Use your Copic reinker bottles with mini mister spray bottles to create cool effects and colour combinations.
Creating with Kraft • Kraft card is a staple cardmaking product these days – and it can really help set the tone of your project. Here’s seven great ways to use it – including some you may not have tried before ...
Globes • Give your recipient the world with this fantastic array of globe products!
Stampers’ Challenge • This Darkroom Door stamp set is perfect for the bibliophiles in your life!With three beautiful images and a bunch of matching sentiments, we just love the variety our contributors came up with …
Paper Weaving • This weaving technique is easy once you get the hang of it – and it’s a super cost-effective way to decorate your next batch of cards.
Field of Flowers • Add stunning, colourful detail to bold stamps by applying three different inks before stamping. Combine this technique with pretty shadow stamping for the perfect finish.
Mapping the World • These contemporary designs are great for all kinds of occasions and ages. We love the bright watercolour elements combined with crisp white card.
Cardmaking on a Budget • Neutral paper flowers are layered with fussy-cut frames and doily patterned paper for a cost-effective project that looks anything but …
Texture Paste • Texture paste is a lightweight medium that will give your cards a fabulous tactile finish. There are many ways to incorporate it, whether you like clean, pretty or artsy effects – here’s six great examples…
Pretty Paper Sentiments • Here’s a lovely composition idea to show off more of your favourite patterned papers; simply die-cut a circle out of one sheet and place two more behind it!
All in White • An all-white colour scheme adds a sense of sophistication to these punches, dies and embossing folders.
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