Free exclusive digital Craft Paper Collection: Winter Owl


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Create cards full of subtle elegance with the wondrous Winter Owl Craft Paper Collection.

This beautiful collection of premium papers features a range of images of a friendly owl in a variety of poses, including on branches and in flight. They are truly perfect for making cards for all occasions, with a pretty pastel palette ideal for indulging your friends and family alike.

Click here to download your free digital Craft Paper Collection 

With every edition of Making Cards & Papercraft, as well as the exclusive Craft Paper Collections provided on quality, single-sided paper, we offer you a digital collection to download meaning you can save and print them as much as you wish offering you the opportunity to create endless amounts of cards! 

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Find out how to make wonderful cards using these in the January 2020 edition - Order here for individual copies with worldwide delivery with free UK p&p. Click here to access individual digital editions or why not treat yourself to a subscription and save money and get your copy before it is delivered to stores?! 

Enjoy and don't forget to tag us on social media, or email us photos or your makes. We love to see them and you might even end up being included in our magazine and winning yourself a crafty prize! 

Psst, if you're not sure what to pair these gorgeous papers with, why not check out our intriguing article on complementary colours and see how you can make the most from complementary colour combinations?