Saturday, November 19, 2011

The December Enchanting Creations Magazine is Here!

It's here!  The much anticipated December issue of the free on-line magazine, Enchanting Creations by the Flying UnicornYou won't want to miss a single page so grab a cup of coffee, sit back, relax, and enjoy:


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You'll find two things from me in this issue.  I stamped a card using Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium patterned papers and the Collection 3 stamp set.  The other is a money holder made with the featured product:  the Scrap Cake's Cozy Christmas paper collection.  Both collections and the stamp set are available from the Flying Unicorn on-line store.


As you flip through the pages, I'm hoping that, not only will you find creative inspiration, but also you will consider submitting some of your own work for our next issue.  Here are the details:

Submissions- Winter Issue

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Deadline: 

JAN 05 2012 

ecmagllc@gmail.com

VALENTINE’S DAY  - LAYOUTS, CARDS, ALTERED

 WINTER WONDERLAND - Layouts of Snow Fun

 IRISH I WERE IRSIH -  St Patrick Day Cards and    layouts  in shades of  green

"BE NOT AFRAID OF GREATNESS" - Shakespearean inspired projects

CARDS - any and all

ALTERED - any and all

And, of course, when looking through this issue, don't forget to find  the sketch challenge.  The winning submission gets published in the Winter issue and the scrapper gets a wonderful prize--the 12x12 paper collection For Father from Pion Design.

4 comments:

craftattack said...

Congrats on being in this issue again! Valerie

Starr said...

Thanks for the heads up! I can't wait to go through the Dec issue, I know it is spectacular!

1CardCreator said...

Thanks Helene, this was a wonderful issue jam packed with beauty and awesome ideas! I loved the tutorial on making your own embossing folders and the one with the wax paper and glossy accents. I hope to try them both! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane

Micupoftea~ said...

I'll have to check it out. Always enjoy your work. Miss you!

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