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Tutorial of the Month: September 2015

Have you ever tried Paint Fusion? Watch Sheena Douglass use emulsion paint and transfer fusion onto mountboard shapes! When you’re done, re-create this at home and share with us on our Facebook page, tag us on Instagram (#crafterscompanion) or on Twitter (@CraftersCompUK)! See the Paint Fusion range by clicking below: Stamps Paints & Brushes Mountboard Shapes CD-ROMs & DVDs Transfer … Continue reading

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Member of the Month: September 2015

Meet Debbie Fisher, our Member of the Month for September 2015! “I have been crafting around 13 years now, I needed a little hobby after my third child was born and found scrapbooking. I was amazed at how easy it was to be creative with photos and would spend hours upon hours putting pages together. I soon found cardmaking and … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Christmas Edge’ables Easel Card

Margaret is here to show you how to make this gorgeous Easel Card with a hidden insert! Crafter’s Companion UK supplies: Fancy Edge’ables – Holly Bells Classiques Only Words – Happy Christmas The Big Score A3 Scoring Board Papercrafting CDs Coredinations 12×12 Cardstock Collall All-Purpose Glue Collall 3D Glue Gel with Tools Cut ‘n’ Boss Printable Light Card InLinkz.com Also … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Co-ordinating Cards & Tags

Nothing makes your handmade gift more special than a handmade card to go with it… expect maybe when there is also a handmade gift tag as well! Liz created this lovely card and co-ordinating gift tag and we just had to share it with you! You may have seen the tag over on our Facebook page recently. Doesn’t the kraft … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Create-a-Card Gift Box

Sandie has made a stunning gift box with Create-a-Card dies,and done an easy-to-follow tutorial so you can make one too! Supplies: InLinkz.com Directions: 1. Using one sheet of A4 Matt Black card, with short side to top on a score-board, score at 1cm, 2cm, 17cmsand 18cm 2. Rotate 90 degrees and score at 18cm and 26.5cm. 3. Cut with scissors … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Coloured Embossing

This tutorial from Gini will show you how to do coloured embosing with you Spectrum Aqua markers, Spectrum Noir blendable coloured pencils, and a Sheena Douglass embossing folder. This card was adapted from a tutorial posted on the Crafter’s Companion US blog to create this lovely card. Make sure you check out the original tutorial here. Supplies: InLinkz.com Directions: 1. … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Box Card with Create-a-Card Dies

Need a gorgeous way to package a small gift? See how Claire creates this stunning box card! Crafter’s Companion UK supplies: InLinkz.com Directions: Making the Box: Step 1: Cut 2 x 21cm square cardstock. Step 2: Score 2.5cm along all four sides using lid side on the Big Score. Step 3: Repeat on the second piece of card using the … Continue reading

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Christmas Create-a-Card Inspiration

Three fabulously festive new designs are coming to our popular Die’sire Christmas Create-a-Card range! Fiona will be on Create and Craft from tomorrow (Thursday, 6th August) with an amazing One Day Wonder, featuring not only the newest designs but some of your current favourites too! Make sure you’re watching her shows on Create and Craft! Share a project you’ve made … Continue reading

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Tutorial of the Month: August 2015

Design Team member Jo created a fantastic tutorial to help you get started on your Christmas makes! Grab the supplies below and see the step-by-step pictures and directions here: http://bit.ly/1I96bW7 The Big Score A3 Scoring Board Bebunni Christmas 6×6 Paper Pad Centura Pearl Glue Tape Pen Red Liner Tape 3mm InLinkz.com

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Member of the Month: August 2015

We’re pleased to introduce our August Member of the Month, Beverly Patel! I started cardmaking about 6 or 7 years ago. My sister, Carol, had already been cardmaking for a while and, as I saw more of her cards, I began to think I could do this too. We have developed quite different styles but often phone each other up … Continue reading

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