Simply cards & papercraft 190

Simply Cards & Papercraft Issue 190

2nd April 2019

Get your Card Making Magic 34-piece A4 stamp set and 4 co-ordinating dies!

Simply Cards & Papercraft 190 is on sale on Thursday 11th April and comes with an all-occasion Card Making Magic die set and A4 stamp set.

You can buy individual issues of Simply Cards & Papercraft magazine in most branches of Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and WHSmith stores. Try our store locator for more details. You can use the form below to find stores selling Simply Cards & Papercraft magazine. Works only with UK postcodes!

simply cards and papercraft issue 90 cover gift

Christina’s new A4 Stamp Set is themed around ‘dreams’ with some fun stamps you’ll love crafting with.

simply cards and papercraft issue 90 cover gift

Co-ordinate these dies with your stamp set to enhance your projects – the magazine comes with lots of great ideas for using your set and be sure to keep an eye out for some bonus tutorials from Christina Griffiths.

What’s inside issue 190!

149 must-try tips for all-occasion crafting

hanging plant card idea

Clean & simple cards using brand-new releases from Sizzix

handmade note pad

Gift ideas & more for men from Stampin’ Up!

bokeh backgrounds tutorial

Achieve stunning bokeh backgrounds with our help!

floating die tutorial

Tried & tested – Try our floating die-cut frame masterclass

In-depth guides – Create textured makes with our step by steps

Fabulous freebies – Get crafting with super-cute digital stamps from Paper Nest Dolls tonight

Exclusive interview – Lettering expert ‘Kelly Creates’ answers our questions

Let us know when you get your copy – subscribers should get theirs any day from Sat 6th April!

Spread the love

Categories: Issues Tags:

8 Replies to “Simply Cards & Papercraft Issue 190”

  • Thank you for the opportunity to win a free copy of Simply Cards and Papercrafts.

  • great magazine Would love to have a subscription I will look into that soon

  • The cover pictured does not match the issue number. Why is that?

    • Hi – the number on the cover is the number of projects in the magazine – the issue number can be found by the bar code

  • Or see the “ISSUE 190” above the S of the word cardS in the title.

  • As the sister cardmaking magazine Australian Simply Cards is no longer being made, I have thoroughly been able to enjoy the UK version with the same interest . I would love to receive a subscription so that I can continue my passion for cardmaking. Keep up your high quality production of such a wonderful magazine that inspires us ALL.

  • Hi, I love the way you both did the review of the magazine, I did see Christina review and her cards that she made with the magazine, they all look lovely as always, TFS,Cheers Anna. also from Australia.

Comments are closed.