Kick off your festive card making with the December issue of Pi. With seasonal print-outs and lots of fun festive makes, there are plenty of ideas to make this card making season the best one yet!
1. Get this die-cut card kit
Create Christmas cards with the wow factor using your magical floating die-cut card kit
2. Make these Christmas specs
Forget the party hat or the Christmas jumper – this year everyone will be wearing these handcrafted glasses
3. Get ideas for your leftover thread
We’re sew in love with Julie Kirk’s ten ideas for thread, including card makes, gift bags and home decorations
4. Free printables!
Head due north for inspiration with our super-cute Northern Lights printables
5. Create cards to treasure
These baby’s first Christmas designs are ones to keep
6. Make this matching card and cushion set
Upcycle your fabric scraps to make this gorgeous appliqué cushion and matching card
7. Learn how to make the most of cutting dies
Reignite your love for die cutting with these intricate-looking Christmas cards
8. Free papers
Head across the snow-capped mountains this month with these gorgeous Alpine ski papers from Emily Lester
9. Make these shaped Christmas card
Forget square or rectangular cards – have fun making Julie Gibbs’ playful shaped designs
Papercraft inspirations 197 is on sale in the UK from the 4th October 2019 and will be available overseas around four-to-six weeks later. To make sure you don’t miss an issue, you can subscribe or order single issues online. We always love to see what you’ve been inspired to create, so don’t forget to share your latest papercraft and card projects with us on Facebook and Twitter, too!