I’ve been featured in Papercrafter magazine!

Today I’ve got some really exciting news to share – I’ve been featured in Papercrafter magazine! A whole two-page spread has been dedicated to my tips, ideas and projects and I couldn’t be happier! I’ve taken some photos of the feature so that you can see what it looks like and maybe have a read of the pages. I never thought I’d get the chance to be in a craft magazine like this so when the lovely content editor got in touch to ask for an interview, I was over the moon. They have included my personalised wrapping paper idea and my memory box project too. Here are the pages from the magazine – hope you enjoy!


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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

3 thoughts on “I’ve been featured in Papercrafter magazine!

  1. Congratulations Cassie.
    Some more tips for you 🙂 I save the cellophane from packaging as well as any cardboard that comes into my home.
    My friend’s Christmas present from me this year was a four seasons cut out calendar I made as a shadow box where by she could change each diorama. The shadow box I made from the box that held my Christmas crackers, the cellophane front makes a great window and keeps it dust free. The rest was recycled card, felt tip and lots of drawing and cutting.
    I made myself a personalised organiser bag from a cardboard box, plastic water bottles, plastic bags for waterproofing, some webbing, fabric and buttons left over from a previous project and some wicker effect linen.

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