Magazines To Look Out For…

Hey all, what are you up to today?

It is a day of getting ahead with my DT makes for me. I plan to knuckle down and make 12 DT items – Mmm we shall see if I manage it later!

So far I have 11 of them designed and sketched out with papers chosen for 7 of them. I’m just taking a bit of break to give you a heads-up on some magazines you might want to checkout.

First up is Papercraft Essentials Issue 86

I have a Masking Masterclass in this issue using some super cute Lawn Fawn Stamps from Make The Day Special. Hey – checkout the cover gift – oooo sparkly!

Sorry! Distracted by sparkly.

Next up is Simply Cards and Papercrafts Issue 102

I only have a couple of cards in this one for an Autumn Birthday, but you don’t get it for my cards do you?! It has lots of lovely makes and another fab cover gift which I will definitely be using at some point.

Ok, so I have another magazine that you might be interested in and this one is a Special feature book magazine for HOTP called Vintage Christmas.

It comes in a box envelope ‘coz there is just so much stuff with it! You get the full craft kit including the papers, die cuts, stamps, CD-Rom and then loads of inspiration in the magazine. So if you are looking for some gorgeous vintage Christmas ideas then definitely check this one out!

Right, I better crack on. Wish me luck! 

Hope you all have a great creative Tuesday.


Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Wow I thought I was busy designing – I almost feel like I have nothing to do after seeing how many cards you need to do. I get all these magazines, I will check out your work. Sam

  2. Irene

    Hi extremely busy Kim in beautiful London!!
    I wish I could get one of those gorgeous magazines here in Holland. I often look in the one you sent me, they are very inspirational!!

    Hugs and take care, Irene

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