The 2018 issue of Cards & Crafts for Christmas is out now23rd August 2018
Today is the day – our one-stop guide to Christmas has been released and is now available from www.moremags.com/ccfc12 an we’re super excited to get our hands on a copy!
You’ll find a ton of ideas and inspiration from digital makes, knit and crocheted goodies, Christmas cards, simply sewing makes and even baking! One of our favourite features is a lovely article by Nicky Gilburt showing you how to embrace the trend for all things woodland themed using digital images from Gaynor Carradice Designs. Here’s a bonus make that we’re sure you’ll love!
Gaynor Carradice Designs Christmas Woodland Clipart
white A6 card blank
white, mustard & green cardstock
Tumbled Glass Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Rhubarb Stalk Memento inkpad
Tree trunk embossing folder
Autumn Red Nuvo Crystal Drops
3D foam tape
manual die-cutting machine
computer & printer
1 Paste three animals onto a blank document, approximately 3cm wide. Add a branch under each one and small blue snowflakes for decoration, then print.
2 Die-cut each one into an oval shape and blend blue ink around the edges.
3 Emboss a piece of white cardstock and trim to 8.5×14.8cm, then add a border of green cardstock at the top and bottom. Tie twine around the panel and add the three ovals as shown
4 Cover the card front with mustard cardstock and affix the panel to it. Stamp a greeting on white cardstock, trim and matt onto green cardstock, then affix as shown using 3D foam tape.
5 Add punched holly and Nuvo Drop berries to finish.
Where to buy
You can find Gaynor Carradice’s digital designs for Christmas and much more at www.etsy.com/uk/shop/GaynorCarradice