Cardmaking and Papercraft Reviews
Description:Genre: Art & Crafts / Published: Monthly - 13 issues per year
Newest Review: ... to Expect** The magazine is quite thin (not fat like Vogue or one of the other glossies!), it has a thicker card cover and is ... more
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Customer Cardmaking and Papercraft Reviews (2)
by - written on 10/02/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I have always liked cutting up bits of paper and magazines and writing letters with glitter all over them and stickers but it really did not dawn on me that I should always have been making my own cards rather than buying them as I have done for the last 10-15 years! . I think I always thought any card that I make for anyone would look silly (despite the fact that I consider myself quite accomplished artistically and have exhibited paintings etc)- I still struggle with card making as I'm always a bit stuck for what to stick on the card! **The Product** So, in an attempt to get a clearer idea of what exactly to do to make cards that looked a bit more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/10 (Very useful, 280 readings)
For my birthday each year, I usually receive a annual magazine subscription to Good Food, however this year, the person who usually gets it to me, offered to get me a craft magazine instead, knowing that I love all things craft related. I received my first issue of Cardmaking and Papercraft in September. This is a monthly magazine and retails at £3.99, although as most people know, getting it via subscription is cheaper, and using tesco clubcard tokens, reduces the cost even more. I didn't quite know what to expect with this magazine, except some ideas for new card styles or new techniques. On this very first issue, I also received a free gift ... Read the complete review
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