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Guilded Magazine Issue 9

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Packed full of beautiful stamping, scrapbooking and papercrafting projects, to get your creative juices flowing! All the stamps, ink pads, card, embossing products, embellishment etc are available from The Stamp Bug Ltd. We hope you enjoy browsing.

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I Love Paris - Part 1 PDF Print E-mail
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by Jennie Atkinson



Jennie is the first of our Design Team 2 to use the I Love Paris unmounted plate. Here Jennie has given us all some super ideas and I am sure we will all want to have a go straightaway!

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Cage Collage PDF Print E-mail
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by Jane Pinder


Your plate of stamps this month, Cage Collage, was designed by my sister Fryn who also works with me at The Stamp Bug. Many of you may well have spoken to her when telephoning us, although we do sound very alike! Anyway, it is her first plate of designs and we hope you will enjoy using it.

There are lots of different ways that these images can be used and the first sample here is very simple and uses a Nestabilities die. I thought it would be amusing to make a card for when children leave home, fly the nest, or as in this case, fly the cage!

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Holiday Photo Book PDF Print E-mail
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by Mickie Sutcliffe



This is a lovely way to send your Christmas photographs to family and friends. It also makes a great ‘brag’ book with photos of grandchildren or children, for grandma or mum to keep in their bag!

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ATC and Card Swaps PDF Print E-mail
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by Jane Pinder
The ATC and Card swaps are still popular, but how about more joining in? It’s great to swap not only the ATCs and cards, but your ideas as well as we show them all here.

The swap in September was themed Landscape and here are the gorgeous ATCs.

Yvonne Wolsey from Luton in Bedfordshire

Maggie Harris from Malvern, Worcestershire

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Tis the Season PDF Print E-mail
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by Mickie Sutcliffe


Quick cards with a bit of a difference! The first one features some metal work, while the second uses metallic embossing and metallic card. The projects are finished off with a lovely, colourful ATC.

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October Competition Winner PDF Print E-mail
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Get Messy Competition


We had a great competition last month with a very useful prize of:

  • A pair of Latex Craft Gloves
  • 4 packs of die cut chipboard letters
  • 3 packs of coloured raffia
  • Describe Her Text stamp – Artifacts AUM G025
  • Describe Him Text stamp – Artifacts AUM G023

This was a great prize for anyone who likes to get messy with their crafting!

The answers to our questions are:

  • Q. 1.  What is the title of Felicity’ project?
  • A. Order and Chaos
  • Q. 2. Where does the creator of the Baby Tag book come from?
  • A. Norway

 ...and our lucky winner is:

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Happy New Year! PDF Print E-mail
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by Mickie Sutcliffe


A fun calendar project. Might even help to keep the children occupied in the run up to Christmas! You can use pretty much any stamps you have, but we have listed here, those that Mickie used.

While the list of things we have used is quite long, don’t be put off, as I am sure you will already have a great deal of the items in your collection!

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Snow Had Fallen PDF Print E-mail
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by Mickie Sutcliffe



Blue and white is a beautiful colour scheme for your Christmas cards and these ones can be made in quick time for those last minute makes.

Add some silver embossing and a little silver ribbon and you are well on your way to some very stylish cards!

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