Creative Stamping

Creative Stamping 45 hits the shelves tomorrow!

21st June 2017


Creative Stamping 45 hits the shelves tomorrow!

Issue 45 of Creative Stamping hits the shelves on Thursday 22nd June and is packed with yummy treats to satisfy any sweet tooth! We are so excited to show you the stunning Sprinkled With Love stamp set, featuring designs from Apple Blossom, that we just had to post about it!


From brand-new stamp releases and tasty-looking cards to off-the-page projects, issue 45 has it all! Not only, have we provided the super-sweet Sprinkled With Love stamp set, but we’ve got a round-up of some the latest stamp releases – featuring designs from IndigoBlu, Hunkydory’s For the Love of Stamps and The Isobel Craft collection – this issue is not to be missed.

As usual, our DT came up trumps with a stunning selection of makes and projects to get you inspired – so much so, we couldn’t fit them all in the magazine!

First up, we’ve got Claire Newcombe’s striking heart-inspired make. Over on page 15 of the magazine, we challenged her to Take One Stamp and create a selection of cards using the heart stamp. She excelled and found four amazing ideas – so we’ve got her bonus make here for you.

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Have a sweet birthday

***20 mins


Sprinkled With Love stamps free with issue 45 of Creative Stamping

white 13x16cm card blank

white, red & purple cardstock

Grape Jelly, Lilac Posies & Tuxedo Black Memento inkpads

Pink Gumball Ranger Enamel Accents

black fine-line pen

3D foam tape

manual die-cutting machine

Creative Dies Plus Stitched & Pierced Nesting Hearts dies

How to create

1 Cover the card front with red cardstock, layer a 10.5x14cm panel of white cardstock onto purple cardstock, leaving a narrow border and adhere it to card front.

2 Stamp the heart onto white cardstock three times – twice in pink ink and once in purple ink. Die-cut each design using various sized hearts, ink the edge of each topper using co-ordinating inks.

3 Stack the hearts onto the card front as shown, adhering each using 3D foam pads. Die-cut a small heart from red cardstock, outline it using a black pen and affix as shown.

4 Stamp the sentiment onto the card front and embellish the design with enamel accents to finish.

Next up, we’ve got a fabulous bonus idea from Christine Smith – she had one of the harder tasks – creating masculine makes using your free stamps. She continues to amaze us with her designs and inspiration – this card has jumped to the top of our must-make list!


A good friendship

***60 mins


Sprinkled With Love stamps free with issue 45 of Creative Stamping

white 9.5x17cm card blank

white cardstock

Avery Elle The Brights Collection 6×6” paper pad

Lawn Fawn How You Bean? & Blue Skies stamp sets

Jet Black & Mermaid Lawn Fawn Fawndamentals Premium Dye Inks

Cosmic Shimmer PVA glue

Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool

black fine-line pen

alcohol markers

3D foam pads


manual die-cutting machine

Crea-Nest-Lies XXL Double Stitched Rectangle dies

How to create

1 Die-cut a large stitched rectangle from white cardstock, blend it with ink, stamp a background and affix it to the card front. Secure a length of ribbon along the spine of the card blank.

2 Stamp three jars, two labels and the sentiments as shown onto white cardstock. Colour the jars using alcohol markers to create marmalade and add detail using a black pen.

3 Adhere a label to one of the jars, for the second jar, hang the label off one side and trim off the excess. Use the excess for the final jar, and shade the labels to add extra dimension.

4 Curve the toppers using your hands, attach them to the card front using 3D foam pads. Stamp stars onto white cardstock, colour and cut them out before arranging them onto the card front.

5 Stamp the focal sentiment onto a white banner, outline it using a black pen, matt onto a paper banner and secure to the card front using 3D foam pads. Add a ribbon bow to finish.

That’s it for this issue guys – don’t forget to send us your makes using the free stamps – we love, love, love seeing what you’re all creating.

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Happy Stamping!

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