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Creativity Magazine - Issue 46 - May 2014

Mays’s issue of docrafts Creativity is bursting at the seams with stimulating ideas for your spring makes. Showcasing the new Papermania Heritage Press collection, there are plenty of ideas for inspired Father’s Day makes, and you’ll be itching to get your hands on the three fantastic cover gifts. With £15 worth of money-saving vouchers in your Creativity Essentials booklet, £300 worth of craft stash to be won, over £1000 worth of giveaways, as well as loads of project ideas, don’t miss out!

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Rip all the edges off the Jasper card stock and lightly roll the edges.


Rip the bottom off a 7 x 10 piece of Taylor and adhere to left of the card stock.


Cut the blue square out from the Connery paper and adhere on the middle of the Taylor at a slight angle. Adhere your photo.


Adhere a flourish and a glittered circle on the right side of the photo and add some tags above them. Add some more chipboard to the corner of the photo.


To make the floral embellishment cut a one inch strip of Jade and Citrine card. Pleat the Jade and cut some small lines into the Citrine. Curl the small strips. Place all together and secure with a brown flower and a pink brad at the bottome of the photo.


Staple some trim below the card stock embellishment.


Punch some hearts in the orange card and adhere to the left side of the layout and one of the photo if desired. Add some gems to the hearts.


Use the Silhouette cutting dies to cut out the ‘New Year’ title. Adhere to left of photo.


Adhere all this to the Cappucino card. Finish by drawing around the edges with the glue pen and blue glitter.

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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