New Mag Monday – Get Stamping, Papercraft Essentials, Creative cardmaking

New Mag Monday! That sounds quite catchy doesn’t it?

There are some new magazines in the shops so I thought I would do my shout out for them. I haven’t seen them yet so I’ve got something to look forward too! Tee Hee! That is my tea breaks sorted when I get my crafty hands on them.

First up is the new Papercraft Essentials Issue 106.

This month I got a chance to play with making backgrounds and I’ve also used some of the Creative Expressions Stamps for this one, lots of pretty flowers for Spring with the Umount Posy Floral 1 stamp set.

Then there is the new issue of Creative Cardmaking, Issue 66.

I can’t wait to get a peek at this one as I made some off the page gifts for men and I’m excited to seeing how they look in the magazine!

The final shout out is tinged with much unhappiness. It is for Get Stamping issue 8 and from what I’ve heard it will be the last issue.

Such a shame! I’m gutted! I really loved this magazine and its fab cover stamps. For me it had such a great range of different projects, not just cards but scrapbooking, home decor, and journal keeping all in one place and lots of lovely design work from the designers, so it is really sad it won’t continue. You can still find some back issues, and the new issue of course, over on the MoreMags website so go enjoy it whilst you can.

But on a happy note Those two main cards on the cover are mine. *Yay* between the *sad face* looks!

Hope you enjoy your reads this week.

Catch you later.

Kim



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2 Comments

  1. April 14, 2014 / 12:41 pm

    Shall have to rush to WH Smith to get my last GS Mag then!!! Love this magazine too, the stamps are always really versatile, have only had the last 3 issues as i found it very late, sad news indeed 🙁

    Thanks for the heads up Kim, i do enjoy your reviews 🙂 xxx

  2. April 14, 2014 / 11:18 pm

    How sad about Get Stamping! I've loved it, especially as this is my Year of Stamping – don't rush over to my blog as I haven't updated for ages.

    I've particularly enjoyed your projects, Kim. In fact, one is on my craft table ready for tomrrow – oops, today. Must get some shut-eye.

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