9 reasons to buy the July issue of Papercraft inspirations

From making moving cards to bringing our safari printables to life, here are 9 reasons to buy the July issue of Papercraft inspirations, on sale from 17th of May 2019!


1. Learn how to make sliding cards

Want cards that fold flat for posting but don’t want to compromise on the design? Say hello to our sliding box cards…

 


2. Go dotty for this teacup! 

Present chocolates, mini cupcakes or little trinket gifts in this super-cute teacup – it’s sure to be everyone’s cup of tea!


3. Make hearts flutter

Learn how to use Angela Poole’s new Flutterings dies to create these gorgeous moving cards – watch their wings flutter!


4. Make a card for Father’s Day

Making cards for men can be tricky but our gone fishing papers, full of colourful fish, sail boats and fishing accessories, tick all the boxes


5. Get creative with stamp and die sets

Kat Waskett shows you different ways to use your stamps and dies to create these home and garden designs


6. Take your card making to Paris

Craft five makes from just five items from Sara Signature’s Parisian collection


7. Meet the designer 

From Pi to building her own papercraft business, find out how Angela Poole made her dream a reality


8. Safari printables 

You’ll go wild for our collection of happy hippos, king-of-the-jungle lions and cheeky monkeys! Plus, we show you how to bring them to life with a double slider design and a pop-up box card


9. Stylish stationery

Upgrade a simple notebook to must-have stationery with our adorable character notebook covers!

Papercraft inspirations 192 is on sale in the UK from the 17th May 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!

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