SCP209 hits the shelves next week!

10th September 2020

Issue 209 of Simply Cards & Papercraft kick-starts your festive makes in style with a wonderful, O Christmas Tree, mega craft kit! Expect a glorious array of stamps, dies and an embossing folder AND a 16-page paper pack full of images to help you build stunning seasonal scenes.

As always we’ve got some fab inspiration using this must-own crafting collection. Whether you’re looking for stunning gifts, keepsakes and stocking fillers, Helen Griffin has you covered with her stunning gifting guide. If you want to create some eye-catching cards in a variety of shapes, then Sam Calcott’s card collection is perfect with designs for a tea light card, tiered boxes and diorama makes. For all you ink lovers, Nicky Gilburt guides you through a gorgeous four-piece collection perfect for sending to loved ones near and far.

As always we’ve got fab discounts getting you ready for some serious Christmas crafting with discounts on Tombow pens, Simply Made Crafts and Card Making Magic, just to name a few of the wonderful discounts in Issue 209!

You can get your copy delivered to your door from CraftStash, or never miss an issue by subscribing via More Mags today! Simply Cards & Papercraft is also available from your local supermarket, find your local stockist here, and craft store.

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4 Replies to “SCP209 hits the shelves next week!”

  • I love your magazines I have a very hard time getting them the last one I got Issue 207 I looked and looked for it and found it and it had the wrong stamps in it but anyway I hope that I can fine this one it’s a great magazine keep up the good work love your Magazines

  • Just treated myself to your mag and loving the stamps & embossing folder.Lots of great inspiration inside and I can’t wait to get some crafting done this weekend.Keep up the great work .

  • I have been getting your magazine for many years. Every magazine is packed with fantastic ideas, new techniques to learn and gives the reader the way to stay up to date with new products and various methods to design your basic card blank. What more could a card maker need. Thank you for ways being there.

  • Thank you for your magazine. This month has given me new embossing folder and stamps for this years Christmas cards. Thank you.

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