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The Perfect Parchment Craft Blog is regularly updated with tips, techniques and news. Below is a list of a few of the posts we have covered.



Few examples of the blog topics we have covered:

Four Seasons II Works of Naoko Yamanaka

Parchment Fairies

Sakura – Japanese Parchment Craft by Tatsue Shibata

Tina Cox’s New Didi Cards and Beginners Guide to Parchment Craft

25 Years Pergamano – Anniversary Book

Parchment Craft Free Pattern – Bookmark

Abanico by Julie Roces

Pergamano Christmas Special Pattern Book

Parchment Craft, A Classic Collection Volume 2 Grid Work by Kannikar Sukseree

Lace Dreams by Miki Green – A Review

Competition – Win some Parchment Craft Goodies!

Free Parchment Craft Christmas Pattern

Christmas Treasures by Linda Williams – a Review

Parchment Craft – Cutting a Picot Edge

Parchment Craft Free Pattern – Butterfly Trellis

Embossing an Oval Shape on to Parchment

Lights and Magnifiers for Parchment Craft

Parchment Craft Book – Fantasy by Miki Green

A Guide to PCA FlexiDuo Grids

Free Parchment Craft Pattern ‘Star and Kites’

A Review of Magic Lacework by Miki Green

Free Parchment Craft Pattern – Blue Tit

Finishing a Parchment Craft Card

Two Day Parchment Craft Workshop

Beautiful Card

Parchment Craft – The Techniques Volume 7 Painting

The New Pergamano Embossing Mat Excellent

Free Parchment Craft Pattern – Art Nouveau – Profile of a Lady

Parchment Craft Tools Are You Confused?

Free Parchment Craft Pattern ‘Flowers and Lace’

The Art of Painting by Gerti Hofman, A Book Review

Free Parchment Craft Pattern ‘Lotus Flower and Bamboo Border’

Passion for Cards by Mieke Sprenger

Parchment Craft DVD – Finishing Touches by Christine Coleman

Parchment Craft – The Techniques Volume 6 – Working with Grids

My Precious Collection by Gail Sydenham

Parchment Craft – The Techniques Volume 4 – Using the Dabbing Technique

Free Parchment Craft Pattern ‘Spirals’

The Handbook of Parchment Craft Basics by Linda Williams and Tina Cox

What is the Arrow Tool for?

Parchment Craft – Best of the Best, A Classic Collection – Kannikar Sukseree

Parchment Craft Shops Closing

Grid and Lace Work

Parchment Craft Scissors and Cutting Tools

Perfect Parchment Craft Shop

Pergamano Parchment Craft by Martha Ospina – A Review

Parchment Craft DVD Review – The Art of Embossing 1

Stippling – A Parchment Craft Technique

Pergamano and PCA Tool Compatability Guide

Guide and Troubleshooter for Mapping Pens and Nibs

DVD Review, Parchment Craft, Back to Basics by Pauline Loweth

Parchment Craft – The Techniques Volume 5- Using Coloured Pencils

Parchment Craft – A New Dimension by Pierrick Gaffard – A Review

Using the iPad for Parchment Craft

Parchment Craft – The Techniques Volume 3

What are Dip Dots?

Cutting Techniques

Parchment Craft – The Techniques Volume 2

Royal Lace by Julie Roces

Parchment Craft Essentials

Beginners to Parchment Craft – Book Reviews -1

Which embossing mat is the best?

Perfect Parchment Craft

Stencilled Iris

Stencilling with Pastels

A Quick Guide to all the Techniques

Workshop Holiday Project

Why Perforate Twice?

Designing Cards


Paints, Pencils and Ink

Mapping Pens


A Review of Borders and Decorations by Martha Ospina


One stroke painting

Hockey Sticks

Make your own envelopes

Embossing with a Star Tool / Sun Tool

Pergamano – The True Passion! DVD Review

Christine’s DVD -Working with Pencils

Painting Techniques DVD Review


Amazing Brushstrokes

Guide to Alternative Tools

A Parchment Envelope

Perforating grids

Carla Larter Design

Parchment Craft by Carla Larter

Parchment Tools

Kannikar Sukseree flower

Using coloured pencils

Coloured Pencils

The Poppy Card



Parchment Competition

Perforating mats and Embossing mats

Back to basics- Tracing

Parchment techniques: Sunday, August 01



Quick Parchment Greetings Cards by Janet Wilson

Christine Coleman’s DVD An Introduction to Parchmentcraft

White Pencils

A Beginners BookParchment craft (beginners)



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