We asked our fave crafter Emily Dawe to come up with 6 ideas for Easter Egg decorating, however we did have one little request… a Narwhal! She did NOT disappoint! Soooooooo cute!
We caught up with our very own fierce female Hazel, our Senior Card buyer to talk about how she got involved in buying, the partnership with Ovarian Cancer Action for Mother’s Day and of course… cards! She also picks out her top 3 Mother’s Day cards & upcoming trends for 2018.
CELEBRATING #FIERCEFEMALES THIS MOTHER’S DAY
This Mother’s Day we’re celebrating the very real stories of the fierce, sassy and powerful Mother’s behind historic figures in society.
You might have heard of some of these famous people, but did you know about their mums? Here are some interesting facts about the fierce females in their lives…
Hot diggety dog! Have we got a tasty craft project for you to try…
We visited Alex Stedman (AKA The Frugality), a freelance fashion editor/stylist and stationery lover, at her North London office space to give her a ‘Paperchase Desk Refresh’ and ask her some very important stationery-themed questions…
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.
These handmade origami Christmas baubles are not only cost-effective, but they look absolutely stunning. With a couple of packs of origami paper, scissors, glue, a dash of patience and some ribbon, you’ll have your very own bespoke paper Christmas baubles!
Welcome to the Paperchase Christmas Gift Guide!
Want to learn how to wrap like a pro? You’ve come to the right place, wrap is our fame and wrapping things up is our game!
Decorating the tree has to be the best part of Christmas, but while you may have your usual box of tricks up in the loft, why not try something new?
Divide and conquer Christmas.
The pen is mightier than the keyboard.
It’s Christmas Jim, but not as we know it.
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?