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Craft Stamper Magazine Craft Stamper - July 2011 Back Issue

English 47 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Arts & Crafts)
Hello! Welcome to the first of our ‘special’ themed editions of Craft Stamper magazine! This issue has an Altered Books theme, with three fabulous projects (plus an awesome bonus online project) transforming old, unloved books into beautiful and useful things!

Now, I know that some readers have issue with cutting up books to use in their artwork and I do have some sympathy in this viewpoint: holding a degree in English I have a certain affection for books myself. I find one way to alleviate any guilt is to rummage in the 50p box at my local charity shop - in there will be books that are either damaged or just so unpopular they can’t sell them. If no-one buys these books they are destined for pulping anyway, so what is wrong with recycling them in a different way? See it not as destroying a book but as rescuing it from certain fate and transforming it into something which can be loved and admired. Failing that choose a book by an author you think is the absolute pits and think of it as saving some poor soul from suffering their dreadful writing!

If you really, really don’t like altered book projects then don#t worry - there are still oodles of other projects to enjoy including: loads of fabulous techniques for Tim Holtz Tissue Tape (p.42); clever ideas using ordinary household stationery items (p.62); recycled packaging ideas (p.8); Sheena Douglass’ fabby Paint Fusion (p.30) and gorgeous resist paste techniques (p.46). Enjoy!
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Craft Stamper

Craft Stamper - July 2011 Hello! Welcome to the first of our ‘special’ themed editions of Craft Stamper magazine! This issue has an Altered Books theme, with three fabulous projects (plus an awesome bonus online project) transforming old, unloved books into beautiful and useful things! Now, I know that some readers have issue with cutting up books to use in their artwork and I do have some sympathy in this viewpoint: holding a degree in English I have a certain affection for books myself. I find one way to alleviate any guilt is to rummage in the 50p box at my local charity shop - in there will be books that are either damaged or just so unpopular they can’t sell them. If no-one buys these books they are destined for pulping anyway, so what is wrong with recycling them in a different way? See it not as destroying a book but as rescuing it from certain fate and transforming it into something which can be loved and admired. Failing that choose a book by an author you think is the absolute pits and think of it as saving some poor soul from suffering their dreadful writing! If you really, really don’t like altered book projects then don#t worry - there are still oodles of other projects to enjoy including: loads of fabulous techniques for Tim Holtz Tissue Tape (p.42); clever ideas using ordinary household stationery items (p.62); recycled packaging ideas (p.8); Sheena Douglass’ fabby Paint Fusion (p.30) and gorgeous resist paste techniques (p.46). Enjoy!


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Hello! Welcome to the first of our ‘special’ themed editions of Craft Stamper magazine! This issue has an Altered Books theme, with three fabulous projects (plus an awesome bonus online project) transforming old, unloved books into beautiful and useful things!

Now, I know that some readers have issue with cutting up books to use in their artwork and I do have some sympathy in this viewpoint: holding a degree in English I have a certain affection for books myself. I find one way to alleviate any guilt is to rummage in the 50p box at my local charity shop - in there will be books that are either damaged or just so unpopular they can’t sell them. If no-one buys these books they are destined for pulping anyway, so what is wrong with recycling them in a different way? See it not as destroying a book but as rescuing it from certain fate and transforming it into something which can be loved and admired. Failing that choose a book by an author you think is the absolute pits and think of it as saving some poor soul from suffering their dreadful writing!

If you really, really don’t like altered book projects then don#t worry - there are still oodles of other projects to enjoy including: loads of fabulous techniques for Tim Holtz Tissue Tape (p.42); clever ideas using ordinary household stationery items (p.62); recycled packaging ideas (p.8); Sheena Douglass’ fabby Paint Fusion (p.30) and gorgeous resist paste techniques (p.46). Enjoy!
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Craft Stamper is the UK’s best and brightest specialised stamping magazine! We bring our readers an eclectic mix of inspirational stamping projects, ranging from cute cards, to altered art, mini books, scrapbooking, mixed media and much more besides.

Issues feature step-by-step techniques to help our readers get the most from their stamping supplies and encourage them to develop their skills further. Unlike many other magazines, we don’t just feature quick and easy makes: many of our projects are challenging, encouraging our readers to stretch themselves creatively.

Other regular features include designer challenges, masterclasses, and book reviews with givewaways galore!
We have a large pool of designers, helping us to keep the magazine looking fresh and vibrant each and every month and aim to bring our readers the latest products, trends and ideas. Craft Stamper is simply essential reading for the more adventurous crafter!

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Have enjoyed this wonderful, creative magazine for years! Reviewed 11 December 2020
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I love all the featured artists and the creative projects. This magazine has taken the place of one that is no longer printed in the US, "Cloth, Paper, Scissors" for me. Reviewed 16 May 2020
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I love this magazine! Reviewed 10 May 2020
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Love the techniques every month. I try to make at least one of the items with the techniques shown.
Great magazine, wait patiently for the new issues every month.
Reviewed 29 February 2020
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Great projects and lots of inspiration using the products that I love to use. Reviewed 28 February 2020