August 2014 issue
This month’s magazine has a really varied collection of projects for you to master, many with a summery theme which will hopefully reflect the weather as this edition arrives with you (which is odd as at the same time I am working on Christmas projects for you!). I love emma Williams’ summer by the sea cards which combine summer and vintage themes. ever tried quilling?Jackie seamark has created a couple of cards using this technique to great effect. I honestly think about framing some of the cards we receive, they are works of art after all!
We had some great feedback about the hair colouring masterclass we included last month, I’m glad that so many of you found it useful. We’ve continued this month with blonde and red hair so you really will be masters. We’ve got some great classes lined up for you so be sure to keep an eye out.
The free craft papers are beautifully colourful this month. picture this is packed full of pretty floral summery scenes, a great collection prefect for those ‘What shall I send?’ moments. The second set, patchwork pals, are super for cards for kids. the ever so adorable characters will probably melt the heart of adults too!
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Happy card making!