The Stampers' Sampler The Art of Rubber Stamping Magazine Issues Summer 2011 Take 10 Issue

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The Summer 2011 Take 10 Issue is 144 pages
Spend your long summer days trying out the many card-making ideas shared in this issue of Take Ten. From pages and pages of general card ideas to interesting technique-based articles, you are sure to find something to get your creative juices flowing. Guest Artist Miriam Napier shows us how to achieve a feminine and sophisticated style in 10 minutes or less. Becky Shander turns to her garden shed and combines peat pots with rubber stamping to create lovely yet simple cards. If you have been dying to try out some quick and easy mixed-media techniques, check out Mindy Lacefield’s cards featuring her very own line of rubber stamps.

This will ship via a USPS flat rate envelope, since they are magazines they cannot ship via Media Mail. I can fit 2 magazines in one envelope so if you would like more than one please let me know and I can create a special listing for you. Thanks!


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