Paper Pleating

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We all know how time-consuming (and addictive) cardmaking can be. My crafting had been limited to weekends until I went on maternity leave last year. Suddenly, I had more free time than ever before. Last month, I decided to give up my insurance job to to stay home with our little girl and make more time for family, friends and hobbies. I'll also be working a few hours each week in a shop. It's a big change but you know what, I've enjoyed every single minute of motherhood so far. It fills me with happiness and there are so many precious moments I wouldn't want to miss.

There are many exciting things waiting to happen this year. Soon, I will move my craft space into what used to be the guest bedroom. We freed up the space last year and now it's a big empty room apart from Kurt's small office. I've been using the dining table for years!

I've been taking a 3-weeks break from crafting. Yes, three weeks! Could you do that long without? I've been doing lots of reading and catching up on my favourite show on youtube. I'm also looking for new inspiration, new products to use but as always there's little time to do everything I'd love to try.

A while ago, I was asked by Papercraft Essentials to write about Paper Pleating. There's not much inspiration on the internet so in the end I combined the technique with some basic dies.



















You will find my second Paper Pleating feature in the current issue of Papercraft Essentials 142.
2 comments on "Paper Pleating"
  1. Hi Nicole hope your well? thank you so much for your kind comment you left on my blog about my cover Issue of Cardmaking and Papercraft. I too was waiting to share the news as had know a little while...and wow was wonderful to see the Issue in print. Well done on your paper pleated projects I saw these in papercraft essentials and they look wonderful. Such a clever idea and great to use them little piece of paper we all have. I have just uploaded some links to my new You tube video's on my blog if you would like to check them out. Once again thank you for the vist to my blog please feel free to any time ~X~

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