Sunday, June 1, 2008

The June issue is ready for download...

The June issue of SheetLoad of Cards is finalized and ready to be downloaded!!


This month we focus on using those $1 stamps ($1.50 for our Canadian readers) you know we all just HAVE to buy. This issue will hopefully encourage you to get them out, dust them off and make some great cards with them.

Our sketch this month was designed by Lee (a.k.a. ayah) and Paula Bloom so graciously accepted a spot as our Guest artist for June. Make sure to check back later in the month for a special episode of "Meet the Artists" where you can learn more about Paula.

For our SheetLoad Showcase this month, we are going to try something new. Make sure to check back on June 3rd to find out how you can "play" along with us.

Also we will be featuring some great blog candies that tie directly into our theme of "dollar stamps". You won't want to miss the chance to win some goodies, am I right?!

Enjoy!

13 comments:

Paula said...

What a great issue. The cards are all a feast for the eyes. For all the designers this month; BRAVA!!!!

I have to go to work in an hour, else I'd be in my studio making cards from this sketch. Tomorrow is another day.

corinnesomerville said...

Oh I'm so excited for another issue of Sheet Loads of Cards !!! Thanks for another great issue !!!

Gloria said...

Alicia, another great issue! It just keeps getting better and I'm so excited to see each issue. Thanks for creating this ezine and keep up the great work.

moralia said...

Another gorgeous issue!! :) Always filled with fabulous cards!

Lorie said...

I love this eZine! You guys do a fantastic job with it and I'm finally going to participate this month...woohoo!

mnhyrkas said...

good looking issue. And who doesn't have all those $1 stamps laying around!
I was looking on your sidebar for what your calls are for July issue?

Mellan :) said...

Wonderful! Thank you so much for this great issue!

Jenn said...

these are gorgeous!!

Anonymous said...

I finally decided to try one of your creations (lots of $1.50 stamps around) and was disappointed to realize that the measurements are off. Quite a bit in fact!

I managed to savage 2 cards rather than the 10 I was hoping for...

Ladies - if you are going to check out these awesome designs - double check all of the math and supply requirements first!

Alicia a.k.a. Crafty Al said...

I am off to check the issue for errors...

Lorie said...

Great issue! I did use several $1 stamps but a couple of more expensive stamps too. I'll be posting my set on my blog tomorrow...yay!

Katie S said...

I hope I'm putting this in the right place for Secret Scrapper!

My favorite Secret Scrapper product: ATC Card Album

$ Stamp Storage: I use card size plastic boxes that store mounted rubber stamps to store my glass microbeads in. They are the perfect size for working out of and I got a great deal on them years ago from PennyWise Arts at a convention.

Katie S., newss@cheerful.com

Wendy said...

I have to say that I really enjoyed making my 10 cards from this sketch. I love it when you come up with ways to bulk make cards out of so little paper. This was my first time here and I will be back for more!