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Creativity Magazine - Issue 45 - April 2014

This is our first ever April Issue and here at Creativity HQ it's been so exciting finding projects to reflect this time of year. Our blooming lovely paper flowers cover project captures the season perfectly along with the cutest Easter bunny cupcakes that look too good to eat. With a fabulous competition and 100 giveaways worth over £1000 for you to enter plus 3 great gifts, make sure you pick up your copy today.

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1

Begin with a blue sheet of gemstone Core'dinations. Trim a sheet of Jaybird to measure 12.5cm high and glue horizontally across the page just below centre as shown.

2

Trim 3 strips of pale yellow gemstone cardstock to approximately 4.5cm wide by 20cm long and tear the bottom of each strip and add doodling detail with a white pen. Glue verticall in the centre of the page as shown.

3

Trim a sheet of yellow Whitewash cardstock to 29cm wide and tear the bottom edge so that it measures 11cm tall, sand and distress the edges. Glue across the page as shown.

4

Use QuicKutz dies to die-cut frames, swirls and flowers as shown. Arrange around a square photograph on your page as shown. Add further journalling detail and a cardstock sticker title.

5

Finish with ribbons, brads and gemstones to accent your page.

I have always been 'crafty' and while sitting with my gran when I was younger I admired all she did and said to myself that I wanted to create things like her. I am just a girl who has been let loose with paper and scissors. Can I make a mess ... You sure bet I can! I am a freelance designer for docrafts and enjoy creating projects for the Creativity! Magazine, Creativity! Club TV and demos.

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