Leonie Pu­jol shows off her new­est with these fab­u­lous frames

And em­boss­ing fold­ers ty­pog­ra­phy dies, stamps

Cardmaking and Papercraft - - 6 Ways With… Pencil Erasers -

Hello readers, wel­come to an­other is­sue of my crafty makes. Can you be­lieve it’s been over a year since my first prod­uct launch with Crafter’s Com­pan­ion!? Time has flown by. And I have learned so much on this journey. I am so pleased I made the de­ci­sion to seek the help and ad­vice of Crafter’s Com­pan­ion. They are a lovely com­pany and have been in­cred­i­ble to work with. I look for­ward to many more col­lec­tions with them.

I say this as my brand new col­lec­tion is be­ing launched. This is all based on ty­pog­ra­phy. I’ve al­ways loved words, I even love see­ing the for­ma­tion of words – when some­one is writ­ing, see­ing how the pen glides over the pa­per. It was a fas­ci­na­tion of mine in univer­sity and a skill I ad­mired. Al­though I’m still work­ing on my own let­ter­ing skills, I have been able to marry up this love of the writ­ten word with my craft­ing to bring you a col­lec­tion of al­pha­bet dies and em­bossed words. The dies all have four dif­fer­ent fonts in them, which means you can mix up your words to give a re­ally funky look to your projects. They are great for card­mak­ing, but as I am re­ally into mixed me­dia, home dé­cor and art jour­nalling, I made sure they would work per­fectly there as well. I hope you love work­ing with them, and can’t wait to see what you come up with!

“I’ve al­ways loved words, I even love see­ing the for­ma­tion of words”


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