Creative Stamping 42 goes on sale this week
Issue 42 goes on sale next week – the fairytale-inspired Enchantment stamp set is the perfect set to help you create magical makes for loved ones
Issue 42 of Creative Stamping goes on sale on Thursday 20th April, but our lucky subscribers will be receiving their magazine direct to their door this weekend.
From focal elements to small stamps, this stunning stamp set has it all and we’ve crammed in so many inspiring projects that we didn’t quite have space for them all!
Here’s Siobhan Fyffe’s bonus princess-inspired make just for you!Pretty princess
cream 17cm-square card blank
white, gold & pink cardstock
green dotted Swiss Bazzill cardstock
Tuxedo Black Memento inkpad
clear embossing ink
white embossing powder
Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Bundled Sage, Mowed Lawn, Spiced Marmalade & Barn Door Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Penny Black Snow Dust tree stamp
Memory Box Resting Birds die
small dog die
alcohol brush pens
Spellbinders label die
Martha Stewart Fence border punch
How to create
1 Cut a 16.5cm square of green cardstock and attach to the card blank.
2 Trim a 13cm square of white cardstock, stamp the tree with embossing ink as shown. Cover with white embossing powder and heat set.
3 Stamp the princess, then stamp again onto a Post-it note and carefully cut out. Place the mask over the princess.
4 Blend inks on the card: pinks for the sky and greens for grass over the whole panel. Remove the princess mask and colour her in. Punch a medium-sized circle from scrap paper and place the hole onto the panel towards the top right. Sponge pink, orange and red inks through the hole to create a sun. Wipe the whole panel with a piece of kitchen towel to remove any excess ink.
5 Stamp along the bottom edge with a foliage stamp.
6 Punch a fence and trim to fit the panel. Attach, then add glitter the princess’s skirt. Adhere the completed panel onto pink cardstock measuring 14cm square and add to the card front.
7 Stamp the sentiment and die-cut as a label. Sponge the edges with pink ink then affix as shown and a die-cut pet, a few little birds, and pearls.
That’s all for this issue everyone so don’t forget to send me images of your makes using the free stamps. Email them directly to firstname.lastname@example.org, or post them on our Facebook page