Published eight times a year, Scrap & Stamp Arts magazine features cutting-edge scrapbooking and rubber stamping projects, fresh new techniques, and up-to-date product reviews suitable for the beginner hobbyist as well as the advanced. SSA meets the needs of both scrapbookers and stampers alike, featuring plenty of how-to articles on the latest trends as well as cardmaking basics strictly for stampers. Scrap & Stamp Arts' columns cover all your papercrafting needs: "Creative Spaces with Warren Gruenig" introduces readers to celebrity designers in our industry; "MultiPurpose" illustrates multiple ways to use crafting products; "Inklings" provides a forum for sharing tips 'n' hints; and the "Pen Pal Exchange" allows readers to connect around the world.
Carol Heppner’s Altered Minis takes center stage on the July 2013 cover. Here is a great way to use all those scrap materials from previous projects. Plagued with product questions? This issue has all the answers for incorporating glitter, Gelatos, Copic Markers and alcohol inks into your artwork. Cathie Allan demonstrates how to turn a regular greeting card into two scrapbook pages in “A Bevy of Techniques for a ‘Keepsake’ Birthday Card.” As always, SSA features reader favorites like the "Pen Pal Exchange," "Simple Stampin'" card gallery and "Inklings" tips & tricks. Find all these great ideas and more in the July 2013 issue.
Watercolor crayons take center stage on the cover of the June issue. Well-renowned stamp artist Sara Naumann demonstrates five fabulous techniques that will leave you wanting more! Looking to take your cardmaking to a higher level? Three-dimensional projects such as “Cliffhanger Easel Cards” and “No Bake Cake” by sandie bachand are sure to deliver. As always, SSA features reader favorites like the "Pen Pal Exchange," "Simple Stampin'" card gallery and "Inklings" tips & tricks. Find all these great ideas and more in the June 2013 issue.