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.
Molotow Paint Markers • These ONE4ALL paint markers contain a unique acrylic-based opaque hybrid-paint that is versatile and will work on almost every surface. The markers are refillable, the tips can be replaced and there are a multitude of nibs available – round, chisel, calligraphy and more. They’re fun to play with – it’s just like having paint in a pen!
A Wizard’s World • Indulge in the magical with these cards featuring purple and orange skies, wizards and dragons!
Cardmaking on a Budget • Place raised acetate panels between two patterned papers to give interesting dimension at little cost!
Watercolour Cards • The watercolour look is right on trend – here’s six beautiful ways to try it!
New Releases • Keep up to date with all the latest stamps in our New Releases section.
Starry Skies • Find inspiration for your next card creation by gazing up to the stars – it’s that easy with these motifs and matching sentiments!
10 Quick Cards • Pocket page cards are a great product to have on hand when you need to whip up cards in a hurry. Their sentiment panels are a quick and colourful alternative to stamps or rub-ons, and the patterned backgrounds are perfectly matched and ready to go!
Bright Birthdays • We love the fresh primary colours in this project, combined with a simple circle border die.
Designing with Light Bulbs • Light bulbs are a trendy and unique motif to use on cards. They’re suitable for recipients of all ages and can be matched with a fun range of sentiments. Here’s five great examples …
Sand & Sea • This beautifully crafted project uses decorative sand and double-sided adhesive paper to add a tactile element to each scene.
2Crafty Chipboard • Aussie company 2Crafty has a huge variety of chipboard products perfectly suited to cardmaking. Choose from motifs of all sizes, words, borders, frames and more! They’re laser cut with precision, are nice and sturdy, and can be used in so many ways – turn the page for some great examples …
Papercraft Workshop • Papercrafting is all the more fun when combined with friendly faces and knowledgeable teachers. Try out this Bokeh Background, designed by Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Karlie Yardy, then head to her website for information on classes and her Online Stampers Club!
Pastel Dreaming • These pretty cards use a bunch of textures including acetate, chipboard, rhinestones, glitter glue and ribbons.
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