January’s cover star is the beautifully iced house by the wonderfully talented Emilia Sieradzan.
The star of the December cover is Julie Lee’s striking Christmas ornament, created from an upcycled anchovy tin!
The star of the November cover is Anna-Karin Evaldsson’s sensationally beautiful stray embossing powder project.
The star of the October cover is fabulously talented reader, Carole Dion, with her striking poppy tag design.
The star of the September cover is Tracy Scott’s wonderful reverse canvas assemblage piece.
The star of the August cover is Emma Godfrey’s amazing affirmations book.
The star of the July cover is Monika Januszewska’s gorgeous 3D Challenge make.
Anneke De Clerck’s card design for Card Art is the June cover star. We just adored her bold use of neon colours, especially when combined with beautiful funky floral stamps! Check out the full feature on pages 14-16 of the magazine.
Fran Westmoreland is the cover star of the May issue of Craft Stamper. Here sensational book art piece blew us away! The carved away book pages give a totally new texture and dimension to the fantastic composition. Check out the full step-by-step tutorial on pages 6-9 of the magazine.
Her amazing assemblage is just gorgeous, a perfect project for Spring!
Kassa Hayselden is the cover star of the March 2017 issue of Craft Stamper Magazine! Her simply amazing tag was created as part of the Stamping Contrasts feature, and is just full to bursting with wonderful layers and tonnes of colour!
The cover star of our January 2017 issue is Jenny Marples.
Use Rubber Dance stamps to create fabulously quirky designs!
Transform Christmas gift packaging into a great functional project!
Craft a wonderfully rustic and quirky Valentine’s angel
A multifunctional tag using the free Katy Evans stamp from the November 2016 issue.
Riikka created the Masterclass feature for us, showcasing five techniques using masking tape!
Tracy created this stunning framed pice as part of the Stamping Contrasts feature. We gave 3 designers the same set of stamps, by Lavinia designs. The results were stunning!
Tracy created this stunning project, using a background technique involving a salad spinner!
Each month, Craft Stamper will be sharing one (or sometimes 2!) totally free sheets of Elements, all ready for you to print off and use in your art.
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