Tuesday 31 March 2015

May issue out on Friday!

Our pretty in pink May issue is out on Friday and is not one to be missed! We have lots of gorgeous and inspiring new projects that will be sure to satisfy all of your crafty cravings!  

This month's issue is crammed with...

  • Lally Isted's Calmer Chameleon where she shows you how to blend to perfection with Chameleon pens
  • Fabric Fairy Art Doll where Riikka Kovasin combines sewing and mixed media to bring you an adorable art doll
  • Helen Chilton's A Vintage Display where she uses one stamp to produce a whole host of beautiful butterfly makes
  • Jaine Drake's Glittering Garden-Party Banners where you can learn how to prettify your outdoor space
  • Pearlescent Perfection by Anna-Karin Evaldsson in which she shows you how to create a beautiful tone-on-tone effect using VersaMark and Pearlescent Pan Pastels
  • Splattered Stamping where Jenny Marples enthuses you to attack a blank canvas with a liberal coating of gesso, gold acrylic paint and new splat stamps from IndigoBlu
  • Liesbeth Fidder's Lovely Layering where she combines colourful hot pink and purple layers with vintage style stamps to bring you 'wow' cards
  • Thank Ewe! where Sophy Haes shows you how to stamp some adorable sheep from a new set by The Isobel Craft Collection
  • And Rainy Day by R. Maria Sabina where she uses glue and water to transform a plain scene to bring you a stunning stormy day with die cut imagery.    

So with a quick round up of the projects in this month's issue and a little sneak peek at the details we know you'll be running to the shops this Friday to grab your copy! You should be able to find a copy in all good craft stores across the UK or if you want yours instantly then you can download a copy from PocketmagsIf you want to make sure you never miss a copy then you can also call our friendly Customer Service team on 01684 588599 and subscribe! 

Happy stamping all!

1 comment:

  1. Sounds a wonderful edition - hanging out for it, but i will have to wait a more than a few weeks yet for it to get 'down under' :-(