Papercraft Inspirations 2011 Jan

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Art Editor Jo's in charge of how our photos and pages look

Deputy Editor Ruth's got her ear to the ground for new products!

Designer Lucille lays out our pages to make them look yummy!

Production Assistant Jenny keeps all our pages up to date & ready to go!

ood news, you only have to make one New Year resolution for 2011. Promise yourself that you will try some new papercrafting techniques! Once you do this, you'l l find that al l the usual boring resolutions will take care of themse lves as you'll be so absorbed in your card making that you won't worry about eating too much or picking up that cigarette. (Jogging to the craft shop or post box is optional !) We've got oodles of new techniques for you to try this issue. Get started with your free Daisy & Dandelion stampscolouring in cute stamped images is ever so therapeutic! N ext you need to have a bash at paper folding with the dreamy birthday dresses on page 22. Top of my personal 'to try' list is inchies. It's the craze for creating amazing minature works of art. Turn to page 75 to find out more. Whatever you try, have fun!


We aim to live up to our name and to show you the most inspiring papercraft techniques, share the latest ideas and hand pick the most inspirational products for you to buy. We aim to bring you everything you need t o get the most from our brilliant hobby. If you ever feel anything is missing, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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Creative Editor Angela creates gorgeous cards to help you beat card maker's block!

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Welcome to January


Things to make 22

ORIGAMI Fold up fabulous party dresses for gorgeous girly cards


30 CARDS Join 1V's Dawn Bibby to make sweet doll's house cards


PUNCHING Grow tiny tree designs to celebrate the seasons


SCRAPBOOKING Be inspired to try scrapbooking you r home


INCHIES Discover 'inchies' in our Masterclass, as we craft mini-style!


STAMPING See how to build cute cards the whole family will love

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Ideas fo r your free Daisy & Dandelion rubber stamp set


Create super carnations cards!


Try 10 new ways for circle punches


Fab ideas for saying "thank you!"


Craft calendar toppers for a whole year of seasonal looks


Make simple New Year resolutions for your crafting - today!


Get creative with your free Daisy & Dandelion papers


Bumble Bear's been indulging!

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Go shopping! 8 28 45

Check out all the latest products 5 of the best thank you stamps 5 of the best calendar ideas


Find your favourite stockists


Visit our websites of the month

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Great giveaways worth £1069


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Free Daisy & Dandelion papers!


All the templates you need

Every issue 19 Your letters 95 Back issues

89 Beginners' guide 96 Next month









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Your ree Create these adorable Daisy & Dandelion cards with our exclusive stamp set- check out Angela Poole's fab ideas!

Stamp an easy floral frame The row of daisies makes a super border when they're stamped ro und a white card and an aperture is cut away. Perfect for framing your stamped and watercoloured Daisy- check out our colouring guide I

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tip tl' Snip apart the butterfly and bee stamp so you can

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Carefully peel your stamp from the sheet and press to a clear acrylic block. Dab the ink pad on to the design and stamp it firmly.

Use watercolour pencils to colour in the design. Build up the shading towards the edges, especially for the furry chara cters!

Blend with water for a rea listic effect. Make sure your paintbrush is damp, not too wet, and 'drag' the colours gently into each other.

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We'd love to see how you use your Daisy & Dandelion stamps! Send your cards to: Your Cards, PaperCraft inspirations, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW, or email a good-qua lity picture of your card to [email protected]. There's a prize for each one we publish!

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Use two stamps for this cute card


Stamp Pumpkin the cat first, then add a butterfly friend. Your clear stamps make it easy to position them! Shade your stamped design, adding soft grassy green and a sky blue background, so you can really bring this scene to life!

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Send peek-aboo greetings! Make Daisy peer over this sweet bow-wrapped present design by stam ping her on to white card, colouring and then just cutting out part of the design to use her head. Layering her at a fun angle, using sticky foam pads, makes for a cheeky look!


Give heartfelt thanks with this pretty kitty card Practice your wate rcolouring techniques with the adorable Pumpkin the cat stamp. Using the clear stamp on an acrylic block means it's easy to stamp the design centrally in a punched circle! Finish with a stamped greeting tab.

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oqo~ ~~~q[yo PERFECT PETS Animal enthusiasts will go barking mad for the latest range from Pebbles Inc. Called Cats & Dogs, the papers are filled with cut e pooches and friend ly felines, and there are lots of funky tags, stickers and embellishments to match. Don't miss the Felt toppers, with adorable softtouch characters! Prices from 79p, from Sarah's Cards*.



Trend alert! Concertina flowers are going to be big in 2011, and American Crafts have got these brilliant adhesive b looms all ready to stick on your cards! These 'Delights' cost £3.99 for a pack of eight flowers, from Sarah's Cards*.

AMAZING RIBBON OFFER You can rely on Fantastic Ribbons* for all the hottest ribbon looks, and now you can order your ribbon reels along with this handy ribbon dispenser box! Fantastic Ribbons are offering PaperCraft inspirations readers a 40% discount on this box of gorgeous ribbons- worth £25, you can buy for just £15! Log on to to order this ribbon box nowjust quote PAPERCRAFT in the promotional box when ordering.


SEND A WARM WELCOME Craft cards to bring a splash of colour to new homes with Doodlebug Design's Welcome Home collection. Try shaped Boutique Brads (£5.45) and Stickers (£1.49) for quick cards, or use the Cute Cuts journaling stickers (£1.49) and Fancy Frills (£1.49) for scrapbook pages. All from The Glitter Pot*.

Back in our October issue, we showed you the shortlisted designs for our Tonic Studios Design a Punch competit ion and asked you to vote for your favourite. We can now reveal t hat t he winning design is t he gorgeous 'Furled Leaf' by Sheila Roskilly! The craft experts at Tonic Studios w ill now swing into action to turn Sheila's punch design into reality, to be sold as part of t he Tonic Studios range, with £1 from the sale of each punch donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care. Delighted winner Sheila said "I'm thrilled to have won! To be able to design my own punch is very exciting and I'm proud to be making money for such a worthy charity too. Many families are touched by this illness, as our family has been, so it makes this all the more personal and meaningful." Look o ut for the Tonic Studios Furled Leaf punch at We can't wait!

Sheila's thrilled that so many readers voted for her punch design!

CHEAT AT EDGES! Rubber- Stamps

Those cheeky mice from House Mouse Designs are up to mischief again! Treat yourself to a set of Birthdays rubber stamps, featuring cupcakes, candles and more! £9.99 per set, from Joanna Sheen*. worldmags

Bazzill Basics' Just the Edge card strips make great borders without the hassle of diecutting or punching -and now they've been scaled down to the perfect size for cards. Find them in your favourite colours at Personal Impressions*, £3.35 for a pack of 20 strips in 10 designs.

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Here's a clever little tool that lets you make your own shaped buttons! The Button Studio comes in three designs - Flower, Round and Heart and is so easy to use. Simply slot in a sheet of patterned paper, pop in an

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adhesive acrylic button shape, then press down to punch out your finished button. It's a really quick process, and a super way to make sure that your buttons coordinate perfectly with your cards for fun, customised embellishing. The Epiphany Crafts Button Studio Flower 20 costs £25.99, and a pack of 20 adhesive button shapes (20mm) costs £5.20, all from Personal Impressions* stockists. Look out for the other shapes too!





Enter online: Visit the PaperCraft inspirations website at, dick on the 'Win Stuff' link in the top right-hand comer; then fill in our online competition entry form!

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Make cards at the click of a button! Sundae of Seasons is the new CDROM from Polka Doodles*, packed with over 4000 images to print from your computer. There are papers, borders and more to suit celebrations throughout the year. Available for PC and Mac, priced £16.49.



If there's a computer with an internet connection in your house, you've got a world of craft at your fingertips. Now's t he t ime to have a go at digital crafting! Start simple by printing out your own greetings using colourful fonts. Try downloading some of the quirky alphabets at If your computer's a Mac with iPhoto 11 software, you can have your digital photos turned into beautiful embossed cards via the clever online service. Find out more at Want to try digital scrapbooking? Sign up for an online class! We love the tutorials at www. and If you'd like to show off your

layouts on a blog, try the Slogging for Scrapbookers class at Have fun! Don't forget to email examples of your digital makes to us at papercraft@future

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For fem inine looks, we adore t he new lndie Girl collection from Sassafras Lass. Enjoy the double-sided 12x12in papers (75p each), with flowers, hearts and musical notes in soft shades plus fab scalloped edges. The Sweet Treats (£1.80) and Journal Tags (£2.75) stickers have stitched-look details and fabric textures to bring homely warmth to cards. All from Bellaboo*.

FANCY BRADS! Ribbon borders are a gorgeous way to finish your cards, and now you can make them even more luxurious with these Artemio Ribbon Brads. Each of these large shaped brads has slots to feed coordinating ribbon through. Simply thread with ribbon, fix to your card and secure the ribbon ends with double-sided tape. Clever! £1.99 per pack of 20 brads, from Debbie Cripps*.

Enjoy our pick of the best

crafty reads for January





Hiroshi Hayakawa £12.99 Lark Books

Katherine Duncan Aimone £14.99 Lark Books

Are you p lanning to start selling your crafty makes this year? Get your hands on this business guidebook just for crafters ! Kari Chapin guides you through pricing your work, exhibiting at craft fairs, promoting you r business and more! There's lots of technical advice for starting your own website and using sites like Facebook to connect with buyers too. While the book is aimed at an American crafters, there's still plenty of good advice for anyone who'd like to turn their hobby into a small business.

Kirigami is the Japanese art of paper cutting, and it doesn't get better than this b ig book of animal designs to cut, score and fo ld! There are 31 creature designs to make, arranged in chapters from 'very easy' to 'very advanced'. Each design is accompanied by clear diagrams, plus a fu ll-sized template. You'll find all the most popular animals in papercraft, from cats and rabbits to elephants and lions. And while the colourfu l pages will appeal to little ones, you don't have to share -this book's definitely for g rown-up crafters!

The start of a new year is a lovely time to make a m ini scrapbook journal for the year gone by. Mixed M edia Journals is full of inspirational ideas for scrapbooking photos from holidays and special occasions. Author Katherine Duncan Aimone shares her own handmade journals, t elling the stories behind them and teaching you some of her techniques for creating j ournals from all kinds of materials. Exp lore co llage, stitching, doodling and more - there are plenty of new ideas here for even the most experienced scrapbooker.

You can frnd The Handmade Marketplace in your local Waterstone's store, or simply order it online by visiting

Buy Kirigami Menagerie in your local Waterstone's store, or frnd it online at www. and www.thegmcgroup .com.

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Tired of giving away all your handmade cards? Craft something fabulous for your home instead! We' re head-over-heels for KaiserCraft's Beyond the Page Cuckoo Clock kit. Decorate the chipboard pieces and layer them up along with the clock mechanism for a cuckoo clock the whole family will love. You just need to add some chain - and maybe even a little cuckoo! £17.35, from Merly Impressions*.

Craft Clearance on QVC 12 hour clea rance event - stock up on crafty bargains! Tune in and look out for Today's Special Value too- see the website for more info.

Happy New Year! Heres to a super crafty 2011! Treat yourself to a day of card making - turn to page 34 now to get started with gorgeous thank you cards.

New PaperCraft inspiratLOns! Don't miss the February issue of

PaperCraft inspirations, filled with ideas for Valentine's Day and more, plus free craft templates for you! Turn to page 96 to find out more.

Stitch & Creative Crafts show 20th- 22nd, Sandown Pari< Exhibition Centre, Esher Click on to www. or call 01822 617 744 to find out more.

Creative Stitches & Hobbycrafts show 11- 13th, The Brighton Centre. Visit or call 0 1425 272 711 for more details.

Valentine's Day

EVERY MESSAGE YOU'LL NEED! You'l l never be stuck for a greeting again with the Basic Phrases stamp set, £33.95 from Stampin' Up*! Each of the wooden blocks is double-mounted with messages f or birthdays, thank yous, congratulations and more. Choose from 24 phrases t o create your perfect greeting.


Don't forget to make a card to send to your beloved - and perhaps drop some subtle hints to ensure you'll get a card too l

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Floral inspirations


Craft gorgeous flowers using tissue paper, ribbon and punched cardAnna Moore shows us how!



Floral inspirations he pretty ruffled petals of the carnation are sometimes overlooked when it comes t o floral treat s, but we reckon it's time for a carnation comeback! Designer Anna says, "I love the delicate ruffles and layers of the carnat ions. An easy way to achieve t his look is to gather up a length of ribbon to create one full bloom. Or try punching scalloped-edge circles and trimming them for a flouncy, layered flower." Anna adds, "But carnations made by crumpling tissue paper circles is my favourite idea! Simply turn over to see how it's done... "


Remember to vote for the flower you'd most like us to feature in a future issue! Email us at [email protected].

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ith the growing popularity of this small artform, we couldn't wait to find out more and share it with you. And ever since designer Lisa Lee confessed to us her addiction to creating these irresistible p ieces of art, we've been itching to make inchies too! Lisa tells us, " I was introduced to inchies about three years ago by Karen Lockhart, owner of the Lockhart Stamp Company. An inchie is a 1x 1in pre-cut square of art, and is being emb raced by lots of crafters, not just card makers." There are so many possibilities of what can be created w ith materials like p aints, inks, and photos, as well as simp le stamping,

drawing and colouring, so it's easy to see why inchies are so popular. Lisa laughs, " After much experimentation and research, I discovered the most wonderful artist-grade material to use for my creations, and my lnchie Arts company was born." Whether you cut your own ' inchies' or purchase them pre-cut, you'll love how versatile they are. Be inspired by online ideas too and get making them today to adorn your cards, or for swaps and challenges. So join the inchie adventure!



If you'll be cutting your own inchie squares, you'll definitely need t hese items from your craft kit. The heavy-weight card - or board used will be too thick to cut using scissors w ithout buckling so ensure a neat, crisp finish using a knife and non-slip metal ruler. You'll also be able to measure the 1x1 in dimensions easily too!

Just look at the huge possibilities these tin

Stamp mini motifs

Add a background to an image

Use larger stamp images

Stamp images that fit into an inchie square, like the ltty Bitty's range by Lockhart Stamp Company*, and then co lour. These little stamped apples are just too cute!

Colour your stamped image with blendable marker pens or watercolour paints, and draw a striped background for a wallpaper-effect.

If you stamp just a portion of a larger size image then it 'runs off' the edges of your inchie. You'll have an interesting cropped effect and make more use of your stamps!

Mix up your styles

Go for an all-over pattern

Get creative with found objects

You can be versatile with any style when creating your inchies. Check out these vintage-themed inchies for size - they'd look g rea t on ATCs or in altered books!

Cover an inchie with a stamped background pattern, like this cute floral design. Just using different colours can change the feel of your design for different cards.

Stamps, bottle tops, buttons - just about anything recycled will work on an inchie! Stron g g lue o r stitches through small punched holes will hold it ems tight .


There are many different types of boards and heavy-weight art papers that can be used for creating inchies. Each has it's own characteristics and limitations depending upon what type of art you will be creat ing. If you are doing collage or mixed media, a heavier board might be your best choice -something like a heavy-weight bookboard or chipboard. But for most card making purposes where you'll b e creating original art or stamping, then you will want to use a higher quality, bright white art paper or solid core board for the best results. I'd recommend several options from the highest quality matteboard, 300gsm watercolour papers and a lighter weight 220gsm papers. All of these materials can be found in art shops, in large sheets which you can cut down yourself.

You can also use pre-cut squares. Lisa found the best art board around and set up her own inchie supplies company! Find it at

y inchies have to offer...


Crop photos with a punch

Create a daily inchie diary!

Draw doodles galore

Pick favourite shots and make squares by using a punch slightly smaller than l xlin - look for one lfain. Mount each one on to black card for a perfect inchie border.

Be inspired by Naomi Haikin, who crafts m ini-artforms to celebrate what she's been getting up to! See more at www.

Let you r fineliners and gel pens g o wild and crazy for doodling! Bright white ink looks especially stun ning on black or dark coloured inchie backgrounds.

Think clever with your stamps

Add a painterly touch

Add sensational sparkle & shine

You'll be surprised how versatile you ca n be with your stamps. Like th is long washing line d esign- it's perfect when used across multiple inchie sq uares.

If you fancy trying painting, it's a super p lace to start, as seen by these watercolour painted inchies. It's j ust a smaller canvas, so it's q uick and easy to experiment on!

Treat you r inchies to sparkles, gems, pearls and more as you bring d ifferent texture addens to your mini masterpieces. The perfect way to use up leftover embellishments!

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Create a colourful photo mosaic card

Trim the part ofthe photo you want to use to a 1 %in sq ua re . Cut that square in ha lf and half again, to make fou r q uarter squares that each measure 7h in .

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This easy 'photo mosaic' card builds up an image from four inchies, like a colour coordinated inchie photo frame! Close-up photos always look so g lamorous- no one will ever know I took it at the local garden centre! And taking them has never been easier now that digital cameras have a closeup setting at the push of a button. It's a simple card, where the smaller images are re-assembled on the inchie squares to make the full photo, rather than just using four individual photos (as seen on page 77). Pick out an accent colour in the image, so you can create your own custom border colour on the once-white inchie squares to coordinate with your photo.

Using a marker that matches an accent colou r in the photo, like the yellow flower centre, draw around all sides and e dg es of each inchie, creating a solid colour border.

Ce ntre the photo p ieces within the squares. Layer the patterned papers on to the card blan k, and add the inchies, re-build ing the imag e with tiny g aps between each sq ua re .

Dry adhesives are the best way to fix your photographs in place on your inchie squares

- use double-sided rape or a glue roller for smooth results.


Stamp a windowpanestule card I don't want to limit my stamping on my inchies to tiny designs, so I use my really large stamps for a multiple-inchie windowpanestyle card. This is just the perfect way to show these larger designs off, and it's so versatile as you can make a card for any occasion using whatever rubber stamp you choose. You'll also get the chance to practice some fun colouring of your stamps! When it comes to assembling your finished inchie windowpane on your card front, simply work out from the centre piece to make sure your design is evenly spaced, sticking each inchie square on in turn w ith a small gap between each one.

For extra stability,

the squa'es can be anchored on the back with tape, keeping them together when you stamp and colour.

Start by lining up nine white inchie squares to create the windowpane effect. Make sure there are no gaps between them and they butt up together as neatly as possib le.



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Evenly apply ink to your rubber stamp design and stamp on to your panel of inchie squares. Press firm ly and be carefu l not to nudge the inchies out of place!

Co lour the image with brush markers, blending t hem for a natural look. When dry separate th e inchies out, fixing them on t o your patterned-covered card front.



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Here I've taken the idea of stamping on to a panel of several inchies to the next level, and repeatedly stamped a smaller design to create an all-over pattern. I've used different coloured inchies in the same card - it's easy to add extra interest t h is way! Again, it's a good idea to stabilise your panel of inchies with tape on the back or even by fitting them together on to scrap paper, using a repositionable adhesive. The patterned papers in warm, honey colours make for a perfect background to this busy bee card! Carefully position the inchies on the card blank first, then glue them in place in turn for a fab finish.

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Try a second layer of colour with a pencil in the same colou r as the marker. The softness of the pencil will blend with the marker, as well as more pencil shades you'll add.

Alternating three different colou rs of inchie squares, anchor them to your work surface. Stamp the bee design across the squares, sometimes letting it overlap the edges.

Get a g reat colour-layered effect for your flying bees, by combining both brush markers and coloured pencils. A rich colour from a marker is the b est first layer.

Create a 3D effect, shading the edges of the body of the bee with a dark orange pencil. Then colour the bees' wings with a beige brush marker as a foundation.

Finish off your bees with just a tiny accent of colou r with a reddish-tone of pencil. Fix your mosaic of inchies to your card front, and complete with a ribbon and flower.

We'd love to see your cards with inchies! Send them in to: Your Cards, PaperCraft

inspirations, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW, or email us a good-quality picture of your design to [email protected]. There's a prize for each one we publish!


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