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Creative Crafting Magazine was first published in October 2009 by a group of online crafting friends. Over the next five years we produced nearly 30 magazines and specials. We featured handmade products, stories, competitions, facts and many other craft related things.

You can find all of our magazines HERE

Our previous blog was over on Blogger where you will find many of our articles plus lots of other goodies. You can take a wander through our archives HERE

As it’s Christmas we have looked out some festive articles for you.

How about.

Christmas Candy Bark
by Claire from Elderberry Arts

This is a very simple recipe that can be made by children of all ages with minimal help. It is delicious as a treat or prefect to wrap up and give as gifts. The recipe can easily be doubled or even tripled to make larger amounts, just make sure you have a baking tray or other similar surface to spread the chocolate on once melted.

Read the full post HERE


DIY Snow Drift Christmas Wreath
By Cassie from Cassiefairy.com

The one thing that has been missing from my festive display for the past couple of years is a decent wreath for my front door and all of the off-the-shelf ones that I see in the shops are not quite right. Don’t get me wrong, they are super-pretty and I’d be happy to have any of them hanging on my door but I’m rather picky about the colours, the size and the adornments and I think I would feel more satisfaction from crafting my own wreath and get exactly the look I was hoping for. 

Read the full post HERE


Make your own Christmas Crackers
by Surf Jewels
The opportunities are endless. You can use all kinds of paper, from brown to something colourful.
You can decorate with ribbon or string, even use holly and ivy for a natural finish.
Read the full post HERE

A bit of sparkle to unite the generations
by Kirsty from The Little Floating Craft Co

One of my earliest memories is of my mum sitting very patiently with my big brother and me helping us make decorations for the family Christmas tree. With this in mind I designed these three decorations. All are formed from cheap polystyrene balls which are readily available from craft stores, DIY shops, good old Ebay and I have used a variety of sizes as it’s always good to have big decorations for the bottom layers of the tree, and teeny ones for the top!

Read the full post HERE