Creative Stamping

Creative Stamping 89 Sneak peek

23rd October 2020

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Creative Stamping 89 Sneak peek

Hello and here we are again, looking forward to sharing the next issue with you! Issue 89 goes on sale on Thursday 26th October and this time our focus is on stained glass – we think it’s a fantastic theme for Christmas!

We’re delighted to have teamed up with Daisy Mae Design, and we’re sharing some stunning artwork created by Clare Rowlands on the stamp set.

In addition to this and all the extra themed stamps, we have a fabulous stained glass sentiment die set which we know you will find very handy for your Christmas makes this year!

As usual the magazine is jam-packed with inspiration and ideas for your stamps and we just love how easy Vanessa makes it look with her beautiful framed Christmas robin card.

As well as all the cards using the stamps, we have technique features a-plenty, including stamped eclipse card ideas and galaxy backgrounds, plus of course step-by-step guides to talk you through!

A couple of cards that we couldn’t fit in the magazine are here for you.

Firstly let’s share this card which uses sentiment stamps as backgrounds, from the feature on page 63.

Hello, designed by Kim Dellow

Materials

green 14×15.5cm tent-fold card blank

white & green cardstock

Creative Stamps Woodgrain Planks background stamp

Concord & 9th Happy Words Concord stamp set

My Favorite Things Die-namics Hello There die set

Watering Can & Coffee Ranger Archival Ink

Kuretake Gansai Tambi Japanese Watercolour Paints

paintbrush

3D foam pads

PVA glue

My Sweet Petunia MISTI tool

manual die-cutting machine

How to create

1 Use watercolour paints to colour a piece of white cardstock in green, leave to dry then trim into a panel to fit the card front.

2 Use the stamping platform to help position and stamp random words in the bottom section of the panel. Leave to dry and adhere to the card front. 

3 Stamp the woodgrain background onto scrap green watercoloured cardstock and trim into a strip. Adhere the strip to the card front as shown then add a die-cut green sentiment to finish.

Our other bonus card this month is this beauty, from Christine Smith, showing us how to create galaxy backgrounds on page 68.

Shine bright for Christmas

Materials

white 12x15cm card blank

white cardstock

My Favorite Things Written in the Stars stamp set

Lawn Fawn Joy to the Woods stamp set

Picked Raspberry, Shaded Lilac, Blueprint Sketch, Wilted Violet, Faded Jeans & Seedless Preserves Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink

Black Soot Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink

VersaMark inkpad

white embossing powder

white gesso

Gloss White Nuvo Crystal Drops

Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Glitter Gloss pen

Silver Tinsel Snowflakes Nuvo Pure Sheen Confetti

white gel pen

ink-blending tool

paintbrush

3D foam pads

manual die-cutting machine

heat tool

How to create

1 Follow the step-by-step guide on page 70 of the magazine to create the galaxy background.

2 Trim the panel into a rectangle slightly smaller than the card blank, cover with an anti-static tool then heat-emboss the sentiments in white as shown.

3 Add silver snowflake confetti plus Nuvo Crystal Drops and use a white gel pen to draw faux stitching around the edge of the panel as shown.

4 Layer the panel onto a slightly larger piece of white cardstock and adhere to the card front to finish.

That’s it for extra cards this month. Look out for amazing offers and discounts in issue 89, including a fabulous 30% off Daisy Mae Design, plus competitions and giveaways galore!

All that remains is to share a sneak peak of issue 90, on sale from 26th November with our fabulous Winter Stags stamps and stencil set.

Don’t forget you can order your copy from www.craftstash.co.uk if getting to the shops is not as easy as it was. We also love to see your makes, so do share them with us, email your photos to nicky.gilburt@practicalpublishing.co.uk or send them to the address in the magazine.
Have you found CraftWorld yet, the growing online crafting community? We’re huge fans of the website and just love seeing everyone’s makes, check out www.craftworld.com and come and join us in there!

Happy stamping,
Nicky

Editor

2 Comments
  1. Alta Beegle

    I'm looking for the magazine that had a fall them leaves and squirrels. Is it still available?

    • Nicky Gilburt

      Hello, yes, you can still buy issue 87 at www.craftstash.co.uk

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