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Inside view of the Colouring Card blanks article by Kim Dellow in Papercraft Essentials Issue 153

[Photo credit: Practical Publishing International]


I’ve a double shout-out for you today! First of all I thought I would let you know that I have a stash stretcher article out in this month’s issue of Papercraft Essentials (Issue 153). It is full of ideas on how to make your own coloured card blanks, all you need is some white cardstock, some inks, like Distress Oxides or even some pencils and pens will do the job! And you will find all my favourite techniques plus tips on how to do it in the magazine.

My second shout-out is some sale news! If you are looking to grab a bargain then now might be the time to do it! CraftStash have some super offers for you this week as part of their Black Friday sale. Starting with their offer today of 20% off all Altenew Stamps and Inks.

It only lasts until 11.59 pm UK time then tomorrow there is a new deal, so if you want some new Altenew get it now! I have my eye on that Happy Dreams stamp set, it’s totally on my wishlist!


Happy Dreams Altenew stamp set (On Kim Dellow' wishlist!)

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself, but it really does help. Thanks for your support!]

And whilst you are over at CraftStash you can get your hands on Papercraft Essentials Issue 153 if you haven’t got it already. This issue comes with a lovely Mandala stencil and super useful sentiment stamp set plus there is also a 52 page supplement featuring the All Occasions Collection and if you buy this issue at CraftStash you also get 10% off the All Occasions Collection just use the code: PE153AO10 at the checkout.

Papercraft Essentials Issue 153 with a stash stretcher article by Kim Dellow


Anyway I just thought you would want to know!

Have a fun Monday.


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Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

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