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Old 05-31-2006, 11:18 AM   #1  
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I am thinking about submitting some cards to popular stamping magazines (Take Ten, Paper crafts, etc). I see that each magazine provides the things that must be included for the submission. My question is for those of you who have been published: did you submit an entire card or just card front? Thanks!
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I submit full cards.

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that's a good question. I was also wondering if they hold them back from publishing them in their gallery if they have submitted it for publication? If anyone knows!
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The card I had published in Paper Crafts was a full card.
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Ok, so it sounds like a full card is the way to go. Anyone else?
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Unless it says on the submission guidelines, submit a full card. That way, they're not limited on how they can display it in the magazine!
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I've always submitted full cards. I've had 4 cards published.
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Where do you find submission guidelines? Do you get a monetary reward for being published?
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Where do you find submission guidelines? Do you get a monetary reward for being published?
submission guidelines can be found on the website of the magazine and also in the magazines themselves.

I've always submitted FULL cards for publication submissions.
Keep in mind if you send to Take Ten, or Stampers Sampler (any www.stampington.com publication). They have the right to publish your card in any of their publications.
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