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Happy New Year!


Fireworks over Sydney Harbor, the Watch-Night bell in Tokyo, and the dropping of the New Year's Eve Ball in New York City: all over the world, people celebrate the entrance of 2009 with noisemakers, cheers, and Auld Lang Syne.  Here at Stamper's Quest we celebrate the New Year with the first monthly edition of Stamper's Quest Magazine.

This January edition features "Masking", a technique where parts of a project are covered while progress continues all around. Most of the time for stampers masking means stamping an image, then covering it with cut or torn paper, and then overstamping that. The result is a central image that stands out from the background. Our Artistic Guides created some fanatastic samples with directions to walk you through their approaches to the technique.

There are projects for stampers of every level: Discoverer projects are designed for the new stamper, Adventurer projects add a little complexity for artists who have been stamping a while, and Inventor projects include ideas for seasoned stampers. Of course, no artist is limited to any one level; in fact, seasoned stampers may enjoy a refreshing look at the basics, and newer stampers may enjoy the challenges of the more advanced projects. 

Our plans for 2009 are exciting, and we hope you will come back often for new ideas, fresh inspiration, and a few surprises.

Awaken your Muse!

Stephanie Loomis, Editor-in-Chief

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  1. This sounds interesting, just learned of it from a friend.