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Old 11-17-2004, 01:37 PM   #1  
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Default FAVORITE STAMPING MAGAZINE?

What are the favorites out there as far as stamping magazines/ resources go? I just found a website I will share...
http://www.geocities.com/mladys/school.html

But I will appreciate mucho some thoughts on subscriptions... for stamping of course...
Gosh, I really am addicted...
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Old 11-17-2004, 01:57 PM   #2  
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I like Stamp It.

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stamp it, rubber stamper and paper crafts are among my favorites, i am going to get a subscription to all of them. i'm always looking in the magazine section when i go to the store. lots of good ideas in them.
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Stamp It for me. It has ideas customers can duplicate and many samples are done with Stampin' Up! sets. Yeh, Stampin' Up! for getting out the word
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Stamp It is my fave but I also like Paper Crafts.
 
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Does anyone know where to subcribe to Stamp It?
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You can't subscribe to Stamp It but you can order them online if you don't have a store close that carries them. Go to Google.com and type in Stamp It and then follow the link. The same company sells Paper Craft and others and you can subscribe to some of them there.
My favorites are also Stamp It and Paper Craft.
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Stamp It
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The "only" stamping mags, in my opinion!!
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You can't subscribe to Stamp It but you can order them online if you don't have a store close that carries them. Go to Google.com and type in Stamp It and then follow the link. The same company sells Paper Craft and others and you can subscribe to some of them there.
My favorites are also Stamp It and Paper Craft.
I tried this and can't seem to get anywhere, any other suggestions?
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Try www.papercraftsmag.com

You can find old & new issues of Stamp It & Paper Crafts Magazines there.
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On ebay, search for 'papercrafts subscription'. There is a buy-it-now for a years subscription at $7.98. I didn't find one for 'stamp it', however. I bought a subscription this year to "People" and had good luck with it. Watch the feedback of the sellers because there are some sellers out there who don't always get the subscription in (per the feedback comments).
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Thanks all!
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How about an e-zine? I like www.RubberStampingIdeas.com
They have lots of great articles and samples (sometimes with Stampin Up). You can look at past articles in the archives. Info for beginners thru advanced. It doesn't take up space in your house and it's FREE! Sign up for weekly email notices that have links to newest info.

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are you a demo? my favorite is our very own stampin' success. other than that, i like papercrafts & even get lots of inspiration from creating keepsakes scrapbook magazine.
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Yeah, I am a demo... but must be addicted (watching that other thread too) because it just isn't enough! I bought a Stamp It magazine today... Love it! Now I need something else... Wow, I need help! Maybe we should start splitcoast anonymous...
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I agree with y'all...my favs are PaperCrafts and Stamp It!
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I am so in there with you!
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I really have to try some of those other stamping magazines. The only one I subscribe to is Stampers' Sampler. I love it! It's stuffed full of samples sent in by stampers like you and me, with instructions for each card. Some are complex, some are simple, but all are really great ideas. I drool over every issue. Plus, they have special publications like Take Ten (cards in 10 minutes or less), back issues, catch up issues. It's amazing how many cards in all those issues use Stampin' Up! stamps. Find it at www.stampingtonandcompany.com. I think I got the web address right. Have fun! -- Leslie
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I agree! I've tried a few other stamping mags, but LOVE Stamper's Sampler esp Take Ten issues - even when out of town will run by Barne's & Nobles to get one since not every bookstore carries them. This works when you have to go several days without logging into SCS!
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I love Paper Crafts because of all the ideas and templates they provide. I used to just love "Rubberstampmadness". When I first started stamping it was one of the only magazines around and it was huge. (I mean in size) Huge and heavy. Last I saw one, they started to market them like other magazines. (8.5 x 11 I think) I haven't seen one in years. Does anyone know if its still around?

And as a Demonstrator I do love our own Stampin' Up! magazine. Its filled with some fun ideas too.
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