We’ll be honest: prior to joining Paperchase, we too were oblivious to the crafting essential that is washi tapes and we had a lot of questions when we heard the word ten times a day.
Rudolph is the most famous reindeer of all, and we are here to help you let those sleigh bells ring all over your wrap.
Christmas jumper day is fast approaching and if you just don’t have the time between mulled wine and good times to get yourself one, we have a hack for you!
An alternative to the gift tag – cut through your wrap to reveal a message of your own. It’s the prettiest way to reveal your wrap.
We will set the scene. It’s Christmas Eve and your brother turns up at the house with his brand new girlfriend in tow. You didn’t get her a card. All you need is 10 minutes to make this magic rainbow tree card.
To add a lil’ bit of Paperchase magic into your cards this year, we’re here to tell you how to hack your Christmas Card to take them from basic to extra.
Craft Make by Emily Dawe
It’s official! It’s December and that means it’s time to get that Christmas tree up, decorate your desks and get ready to parrrrrr-tyyyy!
Listen, we’re all about multi-tasking, so when we came up with this lil’ festive idea, we thought: ‘how can we create something that doubles as something else?’
Making your own Christmas cards doesn’t have to be a drama, not when you can make a pop-up llama!
Hot diggety dog! Have we got a tasty craft project for you to try…
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?