Cardmaking and Papercraft - - Your Letters -

In­de­pen­dent craft

My three-year-old grand­daugh­ter re­cently made a card for her mummy. She chose some pa­pers and cut the hearts us­ing my die-cut­ting ma­chine, and then laid them one on top of the other. She de­cided she wanted four flow­ers and placed them care­fully in the cor­ners. I was very sur­prised as she usu­ally puts lots of things in a hap­haz­ard fash­ion and this one was com­pletely her idea. She has al­ways en­joyed mak­ing cards and she was very proud of this one, as am I!

Rosy Beales, County Durham

Sarah says: What a won­der­fully colour­ful make! Your grand­daugh­ter looks very proud – and rightly so! This is a re­ally beau­ti­ful card.

Win £10 of cool kids’ craft good­ies!

This is­sue’s Cardmaking Princess wins an ex­cit­ing craft bun­dle from Baker Ross. Visit the web­site www.bak­er­ for more. To nom­i­nate your Prince or Princess, send a let­ter or an email plus a photo to: ‘Cardmaking Prince or Princess’, to the ad­dresses, (right).

This cardmaking princess knows what she wants!

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