Not ONE, but TWO Sarah Paris features (and a CD full of goodies!)

Wow! It’s finally released -Complete Cardmaking issue 33 is on the shelves and features not one, but TWO fabulous features on Sarah Paris products, plus a CD full of digital card making goodies from various collections, including two from Sarah Paris; the Festive Flakes and Retro Robots.

I’ve been so excited about this coming out for so long, and yet I’ve been so ridiculously busy this week that I almost didn’t have time to be excited earlier this week when I finally got to see the finished copy of the magazine! There are some card making goodies on the CD that are exclusive and you won’t find them in my online store yet, including a set of digital papers in the Festive Flakes design and some matching greetings and sentiments, plus some robot extras.

Thanks to Mel, the editor at Complete Cardmaking, who made one of the cute robot cards her “editor’s choice”, to Patsy Jackson for the robot cards and especially to Lisa, who made most of the cards for the Festive Flakes feature for me. She’s an absolute star and her gores winter seasonal cards look super on the cover of the magazine.

You’ll have to check out the latest copy of the magazine to see full details of all the cards made using the contents of the CD – there are 16 gorgeous cards to make in total, for crafters of all levels of experience, and loads of goodies on the CD to make many, many more. Also checkout my website for more related products.

There’s also a chance to win more Sarah Paris goodies in the giveaways section of the magazine.

That’s all for now, but here’s a sneak peek at one of the cards that I actually made for the feature. Can you find it in the magazine?


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