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Zeitschrift (USA) Rubberstampmadness Fall 2012

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    Die Rubberstampmadness ist eine seit über 29 (neunundzwanzig!) Jahren regelmäßig erscheinende Zeitschrift in US-englischer Sprache, die sich in erster Linie mit dem Stempelhobby beschäftigt. In dem Magazin werden internationale Projekte verschiedenster Stemplerinnen nach Technik-Themen vorgestellt. Ein redaktioneller Anteil berichtet über die US- und internationale Stempelszene. Die Rubberstampmadness erscheint 4x im Jahr!!!

    Die originale Inhaltsbeschreibung:

    Laughin' USA. Who knew stamping could be this much fun! A nine-page section filled with jokes, puns, silliness and more. (Wound-up Barry by Sharon Gumz. Stamp credits: Man running with wind-up key—Ken Brown Rubber Stamps [American Art Stamp]; Hollywood, steer—Rubberstamp Ave; Roadrunner—Toybox Rubber Stamps; cactus— Rubbernecker; peanut—Cherry Pie Art Stamps; alligator—Stamp Affair; shell (partial)—All Night Media; scallop—Meer Image; sun, palms —unknown; all images reduced.) 

    Masquerade Party. Stampers--and others--get spooky, dressing up for Halloween. We even see three stampers in costume. Weird! (Cats At Play by Paula J. Baker.  Stamp credits: Cat in chair—Magenta; teapot cat, floor—A Stamp in the Hand; stairs, paper bag cat—Bartholomew's Ink [Stamp Francisco]; black cat—Beez Ink; mask on black cat—Rubber Stamps of America; Wallpaper—Luni Stamps; Mouse—Toybox.)

    Color Magic. Barbara Gibbons describes how to color effectively with Copic markers and colored pencils. Examples with steps shown for both techniques are included with this story.(Last Ear by Barbara Gibbons. Stamp credits: Large mouse with corn—Stacy Stamps; grasses—Sutter Stamps; tall grasses, edge leaves—Stampscapes; cornfield, crow—unknown.)

    Steampunk on the Go. Four fun pieces showcasing Steampunk artwork. Gears are plentiful and show up in odd places, like on a bicycle-built-for-two.(Journey by Darci Simmons. Stamp credits: Compass—Viva Las Vegastamps!; sold gears—We R Memory Keepers; others—unknown.)

    Along with these four stories, the Fall 2012 issue includes:

    Splatter Backgrounds. Recycling inks and reinkers to create simple and beautiful backgrounds.  
    Art Among Friends. Three stampers who have become perennial pen pals through RSM share their stories and artwork. 
    • Wonderful Weaving. Sue Speck tells how you can turn  paper scraps into art by using simple weaving techniques.
    • Imaginative Marvels.. Sue Marvin uses her imagination to create fanciful collages. Her artwork incorporates textures and unusual details.
    • Reader Survey. A way to let us know how we can do a better job in the future. All who send in survey questionnaires by Sept. 30 will be entered in a drawing and 10 winners will receive special stamping surprises.  
    • Tips & Techniques. How to achieve elegant effects stamping on vellum.
    • Reinker. Information on basic ink choices with examples of Distress ink, alcohol ink and white ink on dark paper. 
    • The Card Shoppe. Amanda Jones shares information about stamping cards with a theme. Her theme is: "I think you are . . . "  of Deadbeat Designs, has fun with colorful and easy-to-make cards. 
    • The Calendar.Listing of conventions and events, as well as photos from stamp shows held in Mesa and Glendale, Arizona.
    • Short Takes. More artwork from "guy stampers," a report on a contest winner, a Halloween ATC, and an invite to visit RSM. 
    • In the Spotlight. Here you'll find reviews of many new products, including Journal stamps from Blockheads Paper Art, humorous designs from Hambo Stamps, Heartfelt Creations' exceptional die cuts and stamps, Cute Critters from Stamps on Fire, and nostalgic vintage designs from Artistic Outpost. 
    • Cover Artist. Christina Hecht has written stories for RSM for many years. Now her artwork is on the cover of RSM. 
    • Looking Ahead. It's easy to submit artwork for publication in RSM. This column gives all the information you need on how to submit. We look forward to seeing your work!
    • Online Resources. This is where you can locate stamp and stamp-related businesses active on the web.
    • RSM Bulletin Board. Find a pen pal, share a birthday greeting, enter a contest, join a swap--all this and more can be found in the RSM Bulletin Board.

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