We’re ending on a high with our final Christmas craft instalment. What’s more festive than a Unicorn Christmas Card? Answer: nothing. So get on board our magical Christmas train and let’s join our crafty mate Emily Dawe to learn how to combine the art of quilling with Unicorn & Christmas awesomeness.
All you need to these super cute origami bookmarks is some paper, scissors, glue and of course a big imagination! We’ve made a bat in this example but how about making a pumpkin or Frankenstein?
Our lovely Project Crafter from Manchester called Lara has been running these Bird of Paradise workshops in-store and they’ve been going down a treat, so we wanted to share her make on our blog, because it’s a real beaut.
Make by Suzie Attaway
Nearly good enough to eat, our fun fruity piñatas are quick and easy to make with the kids over the summer holidays
Make by Suzie Attaway
Inspired by our new Unicorn Star range, craft stylist Suzie Attaway has come up with these fab paper props which will definitely keep the kids entertained this half term. These would be perfect for a Unicorn themed party, which if you’re not already organising… may we ask why not?
Ah, Mother’s Day! You’ve got the gift, you’ve chosen the card and you’ve picked out the wrapping paper, but somehow… it just doesn’t feel personal enough. Fear not, we’ve got a nifty idea which you can make for Mummy Dearest and it involves the art of quilling.
If you want a cute way to ask your bridesmaids to be a part of your wedding party then we always think it’s a fun idea to do it with a goodie bag! Today we’ve teamed up with Emily & Jessica at Bespoke Bride to show you just how easy it is to create a bunch of fun gift bags for your gal pals (and just what sort of goodies you can fill them with!). You could even give these gift bags as a thank you after the wedding if you would prefer!
Tree toppers come in all shapes and sizes, but generally speaking an angel or a star. Well, we’re a bit over those, so we’ve taken matters into our own hands. This year, we want a piñata tree topper. Do you? If so, read on as we’re going to show you how.
Why not try your hand at making our fabulously festive pop-up Christmas card using the ancient art of Kirigami?
First of all though… what is Kirigami? Kirigami is a variation of origami, but rather than just folding, cuts are added to the mix. Fun right?
Join the Paperchase & London Evening Standard campaign to clean up the commute!
We’ve teamed up with the London Evening Standard to turn old newspapers into something beautiful… a brand new range of stationery to further help promote the recycling of newspapers in and around the capital. How cool is that?
Dream catchers are fun to make and you can master some basic threading techniques and learn tassel making. Embellish your catcher with feathers, washi tape and gems and hang it up ready to catch some sweet dreams.