Inside Issue 202<br>
Celebrating a Merry and Bright holiday season. Stampers Say It With Stamps! and share helpful and hopeful sentiment cards. No-Stress Landscapes with Distress Oxide inks. Eight sensational seasonal cards in The Card Shoppe. Rock On! describes how to stamp on rocks—and leave them for others to find. The Carving Consortium illustrates The Year of the Dog. The Many Hats of DeeDee Catron. Favorite Techniques in The Reinker: Black Ice and Dryer Sheets. Going with the Glow—celestial artwork by Deanna Tubb. RSM's Store Guide includes reports on Papertrix, Busy Scrappin and Scrapbook Super Station. This issue's Best New Stamper is Darcy Mollett. Spotlight reviews for Dare 2B Artzy, Fred Mullett, StampaFe, and Art Impressions. Merry and Bright cover art by Jackie Grace. 

	Inside Issue 201<br>
Full Moonlight Magic shines in this Fall/Halloween issue. Picture-perfect stamp art fills the Photo-Frame Challenge section. Slider card how-tos in Art that Moves. Marvelous Stencils provides marvelous techniques. Die-cuts and vellum featured in The Card Shoppe. Constant Connections details a stamper's monthly gift to friends. Embossing at its best in The Reinker. Heavenly Days celebrates Autumn. From barnyard to Africa in the Amazing Animal Album. Store Guide includes reports on Valley Stamp & Scrap, paper & i, Scrapbooks by the Sea. This issue's Best New Stamper is Judy Huskey. Spotlight reviews for Blank Page Muse, Movable Parts, Moonlight Duos, Kaleidacolor stamp pads. Short Takes reports on the 'Happy Day Coloring Book,'' a Four-Generation Stamp Club, a 'stand-up and stand-out' card and more. Full Moon cover art by Linda Accuosti. 

	Inside Issue 200<br>
Inside this issue:
RSM's 200th issue includes 8 extra pages. Editor Rubberta waxes nostalgic about the magazine's early days in Is there Life After Rubber? (The answer is YES!) Nine fun-loving subscribers describe How Stamping Changed Our Lives. Good Old Summertime art proves Life is one beautiful rhyme. Learn how to make amazing Flower Embellishments with die cuts and paper towels. Tips for creating groovy Tie-Dye Backgrounds. Find out about Stampfest, a long-time Stamping Retreat. Joyce Owen found her 'inner artist' when she started stamping.  We are grateful for support from stamp companies over the years in Advertisers Rock! Beautiful blooms fill the Flower Galleria. Birds of a feather flock together in The Reinker. Enjoy joyful cards in The Card Shoppe. The Best New Stamper is Anne Helms. Spotlight reviews describe images from The Stampin' Place, Jim Stephan's Rubber Art Ink, Toomuchfun Rubberstamps, and images and stencils from The Ink Pad. Cover art by Nadia Bayazitov.  
	Inside Issue 199<br>
Inside this issue:
The Shirt-Shape Challenge submissions prove that if the shirt fits—stamp it! Artwork on a Fantasy theme is 'out of this world.'The Quick Cards column focuses on get well and sympathy cards. “Small but Mighty” chronicles Linda Berge's rewarding stamp journey. Learn how to put vintage video tape to work transferring images in Trash into Art. The Reinker describes new products from Faber Castell. A story and template for making Artful Envelopes. Resist and Stenciling are covered in the Tips & Techniques column. Enjoy our Fantastic Farm Art Album. Make a special T-shirt using Fabric Stamping techniques. The Best New Stamper is Nancy Fehlinger. Happy Homes and Birthdays are celebrated in The Card Shoppe. Follow your dreams with The RSM Store Guide. Spotlight reviews describe images from Fairie Song and Heartfelt Creations, as well as Gelly Roll pens and Jacquard's “You Can,”
an all-purpose spray in a can. Explore Papermaking in Bhutan. Cover art by Gina McCreary. 

	Inside Issue 198<br>
Inside this issue:
Awesome Add-ons provide plenty of ways to embellish your stamp art. Gifts become even more special with handmade Holiday Tags—find plenty on the cover, as well as inside this issue. Learn techniques for making the Best Christmas cards ever. A stamp class provides ways  to get the most from Stampstracts—new images from RubberMoon. ATCs return, with six mini-masterpieces in Think Small, Dream Big. Learn from Rebecca Stiles how to bring your stamped scenes to life. Everyone agrees Stampaway's Pajama Party was a big hit. A Winter Galleria—think snow! Meet Embossing Queens in the Reinker. The Best New Stamper is Nancy Holman. The Store Guide takes you from Juneau, Alaska, to Orilla, Ontario, to Mukwonago, Wisconsin, and many places in between. Spotlight reviews describe images from Hanko Designs, MSE! (My Sentiments Exactly!) and CAS-ual Fridays.  

	Inside Issue 197<br>
Inside this issue:
Sending stamped cards on 'special days' is good for everyone's longevity. See what nine stampers sent to RSM for Birthday Greetings. Black Birds can be spooky or silly, but all make Halloween a lot of fun. You won't get wet checking out the Rain Album, but you'll get plenty of ideas for your own weather scenes. Learn how to Stamp Outside the Box by making easy-to-mail box cards. Earth Art International branched out to include jewelry, t-shirts and more, in addition to their stamp line. Transform your cards from conventional to cool with Fancy Folds techniques. Add texture to artwork with Faux-Leather Backgrounds. Watercolor effects are easy to do with Brusho Crystals. ATCs don't need to be one-dimensional—yours can Stand Out and Fold Up, too. Autumn Sonata celebrates Fall in Stampland. Three Road-Worthy Cards will get your motor running. Instructions for making your own Washi Tape Dispenser. Best New Stampers are Julia Derr and Mary Anne Milak. Spotlight reviews describe images at Stampers Anonymous, Zum Gali Gali, Whimsy Stamps and Victorine Originals.

	Inside Issue 196<br>
Inside this issue:
Welcome to the ABCs of ATCs! The cover and a six-page section inside focus on Artist Trading Cards—a small canvas with a lot of potential. 23 different ATCs provide inspiration for making your own. Our Down on the Farm section, finds stampers incorporating cows, chickens, barns and over-sized potatoes in their pastoral scenes—cowabunga, dude! Judy and Bobby Duke of B & J's Art Stamps share the story of their home-grown business and samples of Judy's fabulous artwork. Step Right U! and learn how to make simple 'step cards' perfect for sharing through the mail. The Tag Shoppe showcases three terrific tags. You'll be Making a Splash once you learn how to use Splash Inks. Six outstanding pieces of artwork fill the 'Not-Feeling-So-Blue' Album. You'll be Laughing with Lin Metcalf and her kooky stamp art, showcased in this issue. Style or No Style—take your pick with the Reinker. The Card Shoppe travels to Door County with images of the 'Gull Family.' Our Best New Stamper is Shawn Harcrow. Spotlight reviews focus on Beeswax, Paper Smooches and Local King Rubber Stamps. Delicata Inks and a new book for stampers. 

	Inside Issue 195<br>
Inside this issue:
Springtime is a good time for a picnic, as cover art by Terri Scalise Hamm points out in her introduction to our featured theme—Foodies. From mud pies to cupcakes in Paris, stampers find ways to say, 'Eat hearty!' Heavenly vistas full of beautiful Clouds fill the second theme section. Five cards combining Stamps & Dies emphasize how well these two go together. Resources for matching dies and stamps are included. A story on Southern Hospitality describes a recipe book project. Midwest stamper Wanda Hentges shares techniques for making artful cards. Five pages of Valentines. Three talented tag makers are featured in this issue’s Tag Shoppe. Pat Schulz shares steps for making Fabulous Backgrounds with alcohol inks. Eclectic Expressions explores the papercrafting world of Kim Rippere. The Reinker showcases new images she designed for Stacy Stamps. Women of the Art World fills the Spring Galleria. Short Takes tells about Dictionary Art Journaling, a gigantic stamp, letterboxing and more. This issue's Best New Stamper is Alison Gervase. Spotlight reviews focus on SAR, Highlander Celtic, Delicata Inks and a new book for stampers. 

	Inside Issue 194<br>
Inside this issue:
Cover art by Brenda Clark provides a perfect welcome to this Holidays issue. Inside pages include wonderful Winter Trees stamp art, ideas for creating holiday cards in The Card Shoppe, a how-to feature on Gift Cards & Tags, as well as a Reinker column showcasing Christmas cards stamped by three sisters. The Wonders of Winter includes more seasonal cardmaking ideas. Anyone wanting to learn more about  Washi Tape will appreciate tips from Carol Chiamonte. Thirteen tags in Playing with Tags incorporate all sorts of techniques, as well as imaginative takes on how to utilize this small canvas. The Quick Cards column returns with four funny entries by Bibi Lindhal. An artist profile on Aja McTyre, who doesn't like to stamp the same scene twice. Anna Banana Justice had fun making a Koi Scroll and provides steps to follow when making your own.  The Stamp Store Guide takes you to the best stores. Beautiful Blue-themed Cards incorporate unexpected elements—tulle and paint chips. This issue’s Best New Stamper is Gloria Waro. Spotlight reviews focus on S and C Memories, The Peddler’s Pack, Stacy Stamps, Stamp Francisco and Stamplistic. 

	Inside Issue 193<br>
Inside this issue:
Ghosts, goblins and a few vampires show up in this issue's Halloween Spooky section. But fear not—they don't bite. Stampers get the Blues in a good way, sharing color-coordinated artwork ranging from a wardrobe full of blue dresses to a blue-and-white cat. Check out 50 Fabulous Stamp Tips sent in by readers. It's Hats off to Denise Oleson, who shares a neat card-making trick. Annette Hansen creates a variety of Bird Cards using just one stencil. Cean Schopf illustrates the calendar's Most Unusual Holidays, including 'Don't Step on a Bee Day' and 'Name Tag Day.' Dutch stamper Corrie Herriman inhabits a Wonderland of Art. Two nature-inspired cards are featured in Tips & Techniques. A Halloween matchbox and seasonal die-cut card fill The Card Shoppe. Art Journaling is the focus for The Reinker. Mail Art is celebrated with ATCs in the Galleria. A Photo Gallery includes vendors and stampers at a fun stamp show. Deb Domick is the issue's Best New Stamper. Short Takes shares news from the rubber universe. Spotlight reviews focus on Rubbernecker, Deep Red Stamps, Newton's Nook and CC Designs. 

	Inside Issue 192<br>
Inside this issue:
Fran Seiford, owner of Stampendous, fills this issue's cover with women of the world, flowers and super-hot colors. The international flavor continues within the Women of the World section—a wonderful celebration for all. Out to Sea artwork is wet and wild, with mermaids, sharks and swimmers with flippers. Learn about Pocket Letters—a fun way to share ACTs and little gifts. Tips & Techniques describes dimensional stamping. The Card Shoppe celebrates the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer. Gabrielle Gern combines images in unexpected ways in her collages. A four-page Travel Album features high-flying stamp art. Turquoise Is Terrific, according to The Reinker, who showcases beautiful cards and special background techniques. Best New Stamper Jane Luxem has subscribed to RSM for the past 20 years, but this is the first time her artwork has appeared in the magazine. Learn how Andrea Robert made a Simple Board Book—you can, too. An amazing Birthday Card by Lisa Hom is filled with candles and fortune cookie sayings. The latest Stamp Store Locator is in this issue, along with a report on the Hamburg Stamp Show. Spotlight reviews highlight Stamping Sensations, Touché Rubber Stamps, Dog Stamps Plus and Gentle Creations (aka Stickerville).  

	Inside Issue 191<br>
Inside this issue:
Stampers create mini-movies for the Film Strip Challenge. Endearing messages say P.S. I Love You with stamps. Robots take over The ATC Shoppe. Butterflies fill a Springtime Galleria. A stamper for 40 years, Bunny Wotherspoon, enjoys the simple things, although her artwork is far from simple. Cover artist Christina Hecht puts her stamp on sending and receiving letters. A report on three heavenly stamping retreats. Brenda Clark likes to tell stories with stamps. Sammy-Jo Woodward let's her art-light shine within scenes of nature. A Black & White Plus One Album includes collages with positive messages. Stampers think blue when creating stamp art in a Delft-tile style. The Reinker describes three cool techniques: Using embossing powders; adding Stampendous Fun Flock and  finding hidden images in random backgrounds. Best New Stamper Michele Kosciolek of Canton, Michigan, is hooked on Viva Las VegaStamps! images. Spotlight reviews describe stamps available from JudiKins, StampDiva, Paper Sweeties and Rosie's Roadshow. 

	Inside Issue 190<br>
Inside this issue:
We're Home for the Holidays with inspired Christmas scenes from 11 talented stampers. Add another dimension to your holiday cards with ideas from the Pop-out holiday feature. Beautiful background textures are described in the Tips & Techniques column. The Reinker focuses on vintage seasonal images. Cover artist Nadia Bayazitov remembers those lazy, crazy, snowy days of childhood. Three of her beautiful cards are featured in The Card Shoppe column, too. Stay up-to-date with stamped calendars. Stampers take to the roadways and skyways on buses, trains, cars, 'weinermobiles' and hot-air balloons. Learn how to stamp on ceramic tiles. Find step-by-step instructions for a shadow-box ornament. Copic marker blending techniques—made simple! Meet multi-media artist Lea Cioci. Get to know Best New Stamper Jackie Grace. Feast your eyes on the Album of Elephants. Find a new outlet for your stamping delights in the Friendly Stamp Store Locator. Spotlight reviews highlight Art Neko, Red Handed Rubber Stamps, a book about Dee Gruenig called Invitations Everywhere, and new products from BoBunny. 

	Inside Issue 189<br>
Feline trick-or-treaters haunt the Fall issue of RSM—thanks to cover art by Anne Gibson, owner of Movable Parts Rubber Stamps. Her cover features five kitties hitting the streets on Spook Night. Readers will Just Say Boo! when they see all the scary cards in the Halloween section.  Zebras, bears, wolves and even low-rider roadrunners are featured in the Wild Animals feature story. The Reinker's special Technique Challenge focuses on embossing tips. Stamp artist Glenda Tkalac loves to stamp; when she's at work . . . well, that's another story. There are thirteen (count them, 13!) examples of design techniques included in the Elements of Composition feature. The Tips & Techniques column provides money-saving ideas to get the most from your stamps and supplies. Deadbeat Designs owner Mark Jetton comes close to baring all in an interview with editor Rubberta Stampling. Find out how to make your own Halloween postage. Easy-to-follow instructions for making  comb-bound booklets. Winning Bingo Cards, an Autumn Galleria and a creepy Skull Album round out this issue. Spotlight reviews highlight DRS Designs, Repeat Impressions, Stampendous, Design your Mark, and SAR (some-assembly-required®).    

	Inside Issue 188<br>
Summertime and the stamping is easy, especially when it comes to learning Resist Techniques explained in the Reinker column and doing Gelli® Art, explained by Nancie Waterman. Anne Sagor shares Coloring with Pencil Tips, using hummingbird examples. Stampers in North Carolina think outside the box, creating Matchbox Marvels and showing how to make your own. Days Gone By takes you on a trip down memory lane with Hedy Lamarr and Mr. Bill. Cover art by Linda Accuosti recalls those lazy days of summer. There's no limit to stamping, as artists prove creating compositions using Black & White, Plus 1 Other Color. Meet the owner of Jambalaya Stubby Stampers, Vicki Blancq. A 40-foot Stamped Mural welcomes visitors to a middle school in Maryville, Tennessee. Stampers in the United Kingdom share ideas and artwork. A-Camping and A-Stamping includes scenes by BIO stamp club members. Quick Cards for grads and patriots. Spotlight reviews of StampFe Art Stamps, RubberHedgehog Rubber Stamps, Jim Stephan's Rubber Art Ink and JackBear Rubber Stamps.   

	Inside Issue 187<br>
This glorious Garden issue provides plenty of seeds to help grow your stamping skills. Cover art by Karen McIntyre combines stamps and die cuts, while the Reinker follows up with helpful die-cut information. Garden-related stamp art runs the gamut from serene scenes to a man-eating plant. Cartoon artwork places Minnie Mouse on a pedestal and includes a famous quote from Mae West. Best New Stamper Jean Goben sent in artwork for both themes. Debra Valoff, former owner of Rubbermoon Rubber Stamps, shares doodling and stenciling tips. A Fabric Stamping section showcases wearable art with information on how it was made. Master stamper Susan Shuler provides step-by-step coloring instructions. The Doggie Galleria celebrates our fine, furry friends. Mark Jetton of Deadbeat Designs provides inspiration for simple Valentine cards. Spotlight reviews feature Beeswax Rubber Stamps, MFP (the new name for Marks Finest Papers and Stamps), Sin City Stamps, and new products from Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko.  

	Inside Issue 186<br>
Warm wishes for Peace on Earth are beautifully stamped by Marina Lenzino, the cover artist for the Holidays edition of RSM. There's a World of Snow inside the magazine, starting with nostalgic scenes of days gone by and ending with a C.S. Lewis quote. Clever Christmas cards are featured in the Reinker column. An artist profile on Tonya Weakley also highlights seasonal stamping. Weakley shares tips for stamping on Kraft paper. Rhonda Secrist Thomas will show you how to stamp on ribbon. Three inventive stampers create holiday gifts out of fabric. Carol-Suzanne Crown shares her method for transforming paper and ink into vibrant works of art. Amazing vistas await on pages with Window-Shape Challenge artwork. Bea Scholes lives the dream inside her unbelievable stamp room. Barb Gibbons explains how to 'keep it in perspective' when stamping a scene. An up-to-date Store List for the U.S.A. and Canada. Postcards from Camperstamper. Meet Best New Stamper Nadia Bayazitov. Spotlight reviews for Gourmet Stamps, 100 Proof Press, and Rollerwall.  

	Inside Issue 185<br>
A combination of collage and creepy Halloween imagery fill this issue's cover, thanks to Linda Accuosti. Ghosties are on parade inside the issue, as specters show up in all sorts of unexpected places. Stampers from around the world made collages worthy of a museum wall. Israeli stamper Irit Shalom's House of Everything makes her stamping dream a reality. Thanksgiving cards by Charol Chiaramonte are botanical wonders. Profiles on mother-and-daughter artists Jessi and Robin Cornwell. Three stampers have put their personal stamp on blogging—they share their methods and inspiration. Sara Hanlon's star book has a Halloween theme—watch out—it's sure to cast a spell on you. Poe gets romantic in the Fall Galleria. A government experiment goes wrong in the Spaced Out Album of Art. Reinker provides a new twist to iris folding. Two out-of-this world background techniques are explained in the Tips & Techniques column. Reinker Jackie Shenise reports on TheCollinsGroup wholesale show. Spotlight reviews for Leavenworth Jackson, Ducks In A Row, SkyBluePink, Eat Cake Graphics and The Stamp Doctor. 

	Inside Issue 184<br>
Debra Valoff took stamp in hand and created cover art on the Jewelry theme. Her artwork is worthy of Tiffany's. Stampers create wearable stamp art—bracelets, necklaces and earrings. Step-by-step instructions for a rose necklace. The Music theme honors show tunes, jazz, disco and bird songs. Artist profile on Alaska stamper Kersten Christianson. The Frog Album brings summer to life in shades of green—frog green. A single butterfly image is the basis for a multitude of beautiful cards.  Lisa Hom stamped 75 candles on an birthday card. Take a 'Spiritual Journey' with UK stamper Kate Crane. Two stampers use images in unusual ways in 'Masters of Illusion.' Collage wall hangings by mixed media artist Carol-Suzanne Crown. The Jimi Hendrix Stamping Experience. An easy-to-do glue resist technique in Tips & Techniques. The Reinker column takes you “back to the beach.'  The livin' is easy in a Summertime Galleria. Sisters Janene Jackson and Cinda Bauer describe an exciting time at Stampaway USA. Spotlight reviews for RubberStampConcepts, Purrs & Pants, Carve, Stamp Play, Technique Tuesday. 
	Inside Issue 183
	• Susan Cureton is this issue's Best New Stamper. Her House-Shape Challenge artwork reminds us how much fun it is to come home. 
	• Celebrate a Canine Jubilee. There are more dogs in this issue—and on it's cover—than any issue we've published before. 
	• Dream Makers provides a window into eleven stampers' day and night-time dreams.
	• The results of the House-Shape Challenge are in. 'Home is Where the Stamps Are.' 
	• Beautiful Blending. Learn (or relearn) helpful techniques for using a blender pen. 
	• The Card Shoppe brings you snail mail cards worthy of the title MAIL ART! 
	• The Tips & Technique column focuses on Embossing and Painting on Black Paper. The results are amazing. 
	• Carol-Suzanne Crown creates Fabric & Paper Collages. See her handiwork in this issue. 
	• Quoth the Raven: An album of Edgar Allen Poe artwork. 
	• Stamping on Acetate is easier and more effective that you might expect. Learn how in this feature story.
	• The Reinker describes products to make your stamp art shine—Bling Is in the Air.
	• The Spring Galleria celebrates a season of renewal with artwork by Amaji Fox, Andrea Robert, Karen Sweeny-Justice, Tonya Weakley, Laurie Collins, Blonde Woman Stamping and Linda Markee.
	• Dreaming penguins, a fabric tip, and new images by 11-year-old Savaan Wallace are included in the Short Takes column.    
	• Spotlight reviews focus on Meer Images, Sideshow Stamps, The Stampin' Place, Rollagraph and Paper Wishes. 
	Inside Issue 182
	• Jeannie Comcowich is Best New Stamper. 
	• Distant worlds look like 'the final frontier' in Carol Sutter's vision for her cover art on the Outer Space theme. Intergalactic artwork by 10 other stampers will leave you wondering, do little green men really exist?.  
	• The Black Cats theme was perfect for Halloween. Cats turned up in pajamas, within flowers, looking up at the moon, prowling around under street lamps and riding on broomsticks. All this makes for a night to remember.
	• Part II of Bringing Your Stamp Art to Life: tips on how to represent what we see, hear and feel in our stamp art. 
	• Sue Fergus shows how to mix stamping with Zentangles in her story When Rubber Tangles with Tiles   
	• You, too, can stamp fun goodie bags for the holidays. Cean Schopf shares tips and three fun examples in It's in The Bag.
	• Use bleach to remove color and create Scenic Masterpieces. Jeannie Comcowich tells how. 
	• Debra Valoff has fun making Pocket Note Cards. She describes how this is done. 
	• Homegrown is Best, an album of tomato-related artwork. 
	• Lyn Brough is an avid bookmaker. Her Black Cat Journal is a perfect fit for this issue's Black Cat theme. A template for recreating similar book pages is included in the story. 
	• Magical Embellishing. The Reinker and two other expert stampers love to embellish their cards. They offer tips on how you can do this, too.
	• Spotlight reviews focus on images from Stamping Sensations, Butter Side Down and The Stampsmith. Tsukineko has a new name—Imagine Crafts. Use Green Sneakers templates to make your own Gratitude cards.
	• Anne Gibson of Movable Parts made 'incredible edibles' out of paper. Feast your eyes upon them in the Short Takes column. 
	Inside Issue 181
	• Jeannie Comcowich is Best New Stamper. 
	• Distant worlds look like 'the final frontier' in Carol Sutter's vision for her cover art on the Outer Space theme. Intergalactic artwork by 10 other stampers will leave you wondering, do little green men really exist?.  
	• The Black Cats theme was perfect for Halloween. Cats turned up in pajamas, within flowers, looking up at the moon, prowling around under street lamps and riding on broomsticks. All this makes for a night to remember.
	• Part II of Bringing Your Stamp Art to Life: tips on how to represent what we see, hear and feel in our stamp art. 
	• Sue Fergus shows how to mix stamping with Zentangles in her story When Rubber Tangles with Tiles   
	• You, too, can stamp fun goodie bags for the holidays. Cean Schopf shares tips and three fun examples in It's in The Bag.
	• Use bleach to remove color and create Scenic Masterpieces. Jeannie Comcowich tells how. 
	• Debra Valoff has fun making Pocket Note Cards. She describes how this is done. 
	• Homegrown is Best, an album of tomato-related artwork. 
	• Lyn Brough is an avid bookmaker. Her Black Cat Journal is a perfect fit for this issue's Black Cat theme. A template for recreating similar book pages is included in the story. 
	• Magical Embellishing. The Reinker and two other expert stampers love to embellish their cards. They offer tips on how you can do this, too.
	• Spotlight reviews focus on images from Stamping Sensations, Butter Side Down and The Stampsmith. Tsukineko has a new name—Imagine Crafts. Use Green Sneakers templates to make your own Gratitude cards.
	• Anne Gibson of Movable Parts made 'incredible edibles' out of paper. Feast your eyes upon them in the Short Takes column. 
	<ul><li>Jennifer Mendoza is named Best New Stamper. See Rubberta's Editor's Space for details on this new feature. </li>
	<li> Butterflies, beetles, bees, a thoughtful frog and a musical maestro highlight Susan Shuler’s cover art for the Flowers & Bugs theme. Ten pages of floral fantasies and buggy artwork in this issue's centerpiece.  </li>
	<li>The Self-Portraits theme provides insight into how stampers see themselves—or would like to be seen. Meet Rowdy Lady, Too Fond of Books, Wild Thing and The Swimmer, among others.</li>
	<li>Bring Your Stamp Art to Life features amazingly simple ways to add motion and emotion to stamping projects. </li>
	<li>Discover sticky solutions to your adhesive problems in Nancie Waterman's in-depth story on glues.</li> 
	<li>Take a spin with Lori Macedone as she creates fun-filled Spin Art with a child's toy.	</li>
	<li>Brenda Clark's stamping philosophy is instructive: 'There are no mistakes—only embellishment opportunities.'An artist profile on Brenda includes more helpful hints for happy stamping.</li>
	<li>It's summertime and the Fish Family head off on a July 4th picnic, complete with baseball gear and an unusual stamped purse. </li>
	<li>Lynne Moncrieff of Scotland provides two charming Steampunk cards for The Card Shoppe.</li>
	<li> Stamps With Punch can make an strong impression. Shirley Rainman, owner of the stamp company Make An Impression, shows how with four special occasion cards. </li>
	<li>ATC specialist Laurie Tolmasoff sends inspiring messages to family and friends every two months. Her cards are easy to replicate!</li>
	<li>A Fabulous Fold Card by Mark Jetton is featured in the Reinker column. </li>
	<li>Take the House Template Challenge and show us what's in your house.</li>
	<li>Photos from eleven stamp stores are in RSM's biannual Store List—Where the Stamps Are. </li>
	<li> The Altered Photos of Sandra Levy provide insight into her Paris home. Sandra shares tips on how you, too, can create similar scenes.</li>
	<li>Spotlight reviews focus on ERA Graphics, Fred Mullett's newest Free Range Rubber sets, Crafty Secrets move to digital images, the latest from Stampscapes, and how to make wonderful window cards using dies from Frantic Stamper.</li> 	
	<ul><li>Linda Accuosti serves up colorful cupcakes in her cover art, a perfect entryway into this delicious issue. Scrumptous art on the Incredible Edibles theme will have you hungering for more. </li>
	<li>The Going Green theme gave stampers a reason to send in frogs, trees and green smoothies. Yum . . . well, we're not so sure. </li> 
	<li> A profile on Dutch stamper Stempelientje, who loves fairytale stamping.</li>
	<li> Follow Debra Valoff's simple steps for making a Pop-Out Card for spring—or any season. </li>
	<li> Unusual Easter cards are featured in the Reinker column.</li>
	<li> Springtime cards fill The Card Shoppe and Quick Cards columns.</li>
	<li> Card designer Kezia Sullivan offers inspiration and expertise for making special occasion cards. </li>
	<li> Letterboxing and stamping became a favorite pastime for Kelly Dally, whose hand-carved LTCs (Letterbox Trading Cards) feature an ice cream fairy, a Hello Kitty design, Wandering Wanda and more.  </li>
	<li> Meet mixed media artist Edie Schneider and see her sculptures, pins and business card holders all made by stamping on clay.</li>			
	<li> After her mother’s surgery, Julie Shields stamped special Fortune Cookie cards with uplifting messages and a unique pull mechanism.</li>
	<li> Star Trek's Captain Kirk, T. Rex of the prehistoric age, and an up-to-date online dating service join forces in the issue's  Humor Album. Chuckles for all ages. </li>
	<li> Two-and-a half pages of Online Stamping Resources.</li> 	
	<li> Rejoice, write 'Dear Santa' letters, light candles on a menorah and promote 'Peace on Earth.' Artwork with these ideas are included in this issue's O Holy Night section.</li>
	<li> Cover art by Finnish opera singer Liisa Viinanen was inspired by a French song 'The March of the Magi Kings.' Liisa’s kings travel in an unusual way!</li>
	<li> Words and images connect beautifully in artwork submitted for The Writer's Art theme.</li>
	<li> You'll find plenty of technique stories in this issue, including one about double embossing, another about Zentangle® as a stress reducer, a third on  how to make special gift tags that double as ornaments. </li>
	<li> Colorful holiday cards are featured in Reinker, The Card Shoppe and Quick Cards columns.</li>
	<li>A profile on artist Torrey Mosely and her 3-D artwork suggests she's 'out in left field,'  but she doesn't leave us out of the fun.</li> <li> Roc Nicholas loves to incorporate stamping in journal pages and provides tips on how you can do this, too. *Inspired by the great outdoors, Annette Hansen makes cards to sell online. </li>
	<li> We can't stop laughing and hope you can't either, when you see artwork in the Humor Album.</li><li>A list of great stamp stores across the USA and Canada includes stories on Stamper's, Ink and Frog's Whiskers. </li>	
	<li> Spotlight reviews focus on new medallion stamps from SAR (some-asembly-required®), Terri Sproul's Jewel Effects Mixers, Touché's vast collection of images, Mark's Finest Papers and Stamps a Heinrich Co. and fun stamp sets from Stampin' Up!</li></ul> The fun begins with nine pages of stamp art on a Humor theme. (What's more fun than stamping, anyway?) After laughing for a while, attend a Masquerade Party, where one artist 'went ape,' stamping a gorilla sporting a purple mask. You can learn how to make Splatter Backgrounds and how easy it is to stamp on vellum. Reinker pays close attention to inks. Sue Speck describes paper-weaving techniques. Gather coloring tips for both Copic markers and pencils from expert stamper Barbara Gibbons. Steampunk is still with us, as four 'gear-fab' pieces crank up a special Album section. The Quick Cards column features greetings with an upbeat message, and The Card Shoppe concentrates on simple messages, like 'I think you are . . . cool!' Sue Marvin shares her artistic vision. Three stampers tell how they became fast friends through Pen Pal listings in RSM. Let us know what you think of RSM by filling out a survey questionnaire. Spotlight reviews feature journaling stamps from Blockheads Paper Art, clever images from Hambo Stamps, Heartfelt Creations die cuts and images, Artistic Output's vintage designs, and cute critters from Stamps on Fire. Victoriana meets Jules Verne and the Wild West--this issue includes eight pages of Steampunk artwork. Family, honoring life's greatest treasures, is celebrated by nine exceptional rubber stamp artists. You can learn basic composition techniques from Karen McIntyre and make 3-D Pyramid Dolls--templates included, provided by Betsy Manning. Carvers tell how they swap art. Kliban cats fill a Feline Album. The Tips & Techniques column describes ways to add borders with puff paint. Thanks to Laura Anne Jacobs, coloring with PanPastels is quick and easy. The Reinker column focuses on seasonal cards: Father's Day and the Fourth of July. Check the Quick Cards by Texan Mark Jetton--watch out, they're hot!  You'll also find fancy framework techniques in The Card Shoppe and a list of stamp stores in the USA, Canada and The Netherlands. Spotlight reviews feature Jumpables from Make An Impression; unusual adhesives from Viva Las Vegastamps! ;  Stampa Barbara images through Stamp A Mania; and hundreds of images from Repeat Impressions, Gourmet Rubber Stamps and Highlander Celtic;   'Cute (endearingly attractive ) and Weird (avant-garde) stamp art. Learn how Brenda Clark transformed computer mistakes into art. Roc Nicholas rocks with an Inchie Box, super-saturated envelope art, and a journal made from toilet-paper rolls. Tips & Techniques describes ways to combine images and text. Transform your pet portraits into stamps. A delicious album of dessert art. The Hanging Project by Janet Coleman. Storing stamps and supplies the Janene Jackson way. Asian-inspired cards by Australia's Mary Waspe. Reinker focuses on a cool folio stamp from Toomuchfun, brayer backgrounds and more. An article on background stamps to help you simplify your cardmaking. Spotlight reviews include Creative Road Trip, a book about art retreats; yummy new products from Clearsnap; StampersBest; Misty Mountain Rubber Stamps; and Cheery Lynn.  'Let heaven, nature and stampers sing!' Celebrate the holidays with special Christmas Carol stamp art. Buttons, ribbons and bows make great embellishments. Learn how to work with die-cut designs for a layered effect. Make a charming holiday pop-up card. Turn family photos into stamps. Five stampers use one stamp to create five unique scenes. Tri-fold and cut-away cards are easy and fun. Three quick holiday cards. Karen Azinger tells about her creative odyssey. Find out about the art of Letterboxing. Two stampers team up to make great scenes. Find the Best Stamp Stores, with reports on Bizzy B's, Pen Ventures and Wishful Thinking. Sleigh bells are ringing in Reinker's column. Spotight reviews of Flexible Art Molds from Articus Studio, Stained-glass Glitter Kits from Stamp La Jolla, DRS Rubber Stamps, My Paper Moon, the Emotions Collection from Magenta, and Trash-to-Treasure Papermaking, a book by Arnold Grummer. Dark & Stormy Nights, Borders & Frames
Fall 2011, #173

<ul><li>View dark and stormy Halloween scenes from Creepy Lane to Dating Mismatches.</li>
<li>Add effective borders and frames to your artwork.</li>
<li>Appreciate how Karen McIntyre focuses her scenes on The Great Indoors</li>
<li> Create backgrounds and skies with PanPastels.</li>
<li>Meet accomplished stamper Rosemary Marino. </li>
<li> Find out about DogGone Stamps, a company run by mom, son and stepdad. </li>
	<li>Learn how Carol Sutter uses bleach to create the Northern Lights.</li> 
	<li> Make quick autumn cards using markers. </li>
<li> See how Donna Heber shares simple scenic stamping techniques, with no masking.</li>  
	<li> Enjoy an album of artful autumn cards. </li>
	<li>Reinker highlights several simple cards, including a window card that changes with the seasons. </li>
	<li> Masks (not the Halloween-type) coupled with stencils provide a simple resist technique.</li>
<li>Read Spotlight reviews on HALOS (Hook and Loop System), Rubber Hedgehog Rubber Stamps, Loralie Designs, punches and letterpress plates from Stampin' Up!, Earth Art International. </li></ul> Enjoy a Chocolate Fantasy, with artwork featuring M&Ms, truffles, Oreos, and more yummy treats. Step into a nature-filled theme of trees--naturally beautiful. Learn more about nature stamping from Fred. B. Mullett. Focus in on resist techniques through the Tips & Techniques column. Build bright, quick backgrounds with Staz-On ink. Watch a painting by Zana Clark of Stamp Zia come to life.   Check out unusual nursery rhyme artwork and layered cards. Have a hoot with Reinker and owl art. Hold on to your poker chips and dominos--the owner of Mystic Angel Creations tells how she stamps on them  to create unusual jewelry. Laugh out loud at a snake card with a hidden message. Read Spotlight reviews on LA Rubber Works, Door County and SilverCrow Creations and more. Follow the trail of stamped bunnies. Enjoy artwork responding to the theme of She Loves . . . (fill in the blank). Use tags to create swing books and triptychs. Find out how to stamp and color photostamps. A new column, Reinker, focuses on tips and ideas. Stamp with watercolor crayons and alcohol inks. Make your own Springtime greeting cards featuring Easter themes and floral bouquets. Learn about iris folding using satiny ribbons. Visit the Crackerbox Palace, meet the owner, admire her artwork. Check out the creative correspondence of two master stampers. Fashion your own jewelry, switchplates and folding dolls. Feast your eyes on more Asian art. Read the Spotlight reviews of new stamp collections, Smooch Spritz sprays and more.
Celebrate Alice's adventures. Christmas cards. The K.I.S.S. method. (keep it simple) explained. Torn paper techniques. Stamping a holiday garland. Make your own Endless Card. Brushing up on scenic stamping. First Day Covers. Profiles on Marian Kitagawa, Ann Mumper. Best stamp stores. 
Halloween artwork. More art on an Asian theme. Summer and fall greeting cards. Two experts share their masking techniques. Silhouette cards. Sharing ATCs with friends and family. Album of humor. Online resources for all your rubber needs. 

Artwork on an alphabet theme. Coloring the Terry Medaris way. Scenic stamping on photographs. Dragons and unicorns—fantasy land! Shading and highlighting tips. Cool beach scene. Envelope and swing books. da Vinci's Inchies. Album of insect art. Swinging clown card. Simple collage cards. Quick watercolor backgrounds. Stamp store list with photos. Amazing Asian artwork. Stamped envelopes. Friendship cards. Batik technique. Painted backgrounds. Kewpies and Brownies. Box cards with a surprise inside. Neat Artist Trading Cards (ATCs). Adding texture to your art. 

Angels in Stampland. Artwork involving TV sets. Quick Holiday cards. Gift Guide. Stamped bracelets. Working with watercolors. Winter and fantasy scenes. Stamping on painted surfaces. Attractive faux layers. On the road with Camper Stamper. Multi-layered cards and art cards in The Card Shoppe. 

Celebrating Planet Earth. Spooky Halloween cards. Cool coloring with Copic Markers. Stamping on velvet. Adding sparkle with Perfect Pearls/Pearl Ex. The fine art of color pencils. Stamping funny scenes. Fast and easy cards. Unmounted stamps. Western scenes and collage. Art on a rouge theme. Building better backgrounds. Embossing with a Cuttlebug. Designing and stamping your own purse. Taking your scenic art to the next level. Quick cards. Asian artwork. Fun with Inchies.   Romantic valentines. Rubber stamp royalty. Easy collage-style cards. Etching copper with stamps. How-tos for alcohol inks. Making cool backgrounds. Glittering winter scenes. Magical birthday cards. St. Patrick's Day card. Cover art by Hannamaija Teisko. How peace came to Stampland. Magnetic stamp art. Holiday Gift Guide. Pop-up and old-fashioned Christmas cards. How to use Perfect Pearls for dramatic effect. Wilderness art from Cindy Milliron. Nature-inspired artwork. Tips on embossing. Enchanted artwork, making backgrounds and cataloging stamps. Profile on Hannamaija Teisko.   Faeries & elves stamp art. Halloween cards. Stamped triptych. A book that celebrates the Beatles. Fantasy art by Kristina Louthan. Starting and maintaining a stamp club. Our froggie friends are back. Fall greeting cards.   Vacation scenes. Artwork with numbers. Stamped boxes with  nursery rhymes. Layered birthday and thank you cards. Encaustic backgrounds. Stamped chairs. Stamped mini-cottage. Gifts for soldiers. Sympathy cards.  Surrealistic stamp art. Southwestern vistas. Specialty embossing. Feline fantasies by CATlanta. Thomas Kinkade scenes. Simple brayering. Swaps by Cherry Pie Art Stamp group. A book about nests. 3-D nautical and flower cards. Making stamped checkbook covers. Cover art by Cinda Bauer. The stamp challenge to try new techniques. How Rubber Changed Our Lives. Architecture—towers of imagination. The art of stamped flowers. Frogs in Love. Making your own postage—artistamp technique. Spring album of art. Stamping on gourds. Working with words and images on cards. Scenic pleasures—the art of Philomena Lowe. Cover art by Beverly Shupp. Together Frog-ever—fun with frogs. Magic Moments. Stamped stickers—art without masking. Choosing the right colors. Valentine's Day artwork. Stamping with Soot. Profile on southwest stamper Chrisann Montana. Rosemary Marino explains paper embroidery. Cool winter cards. A visit to Art & Soul. Using art from old stories on ATCs. Cover art by Diana Collier. Children's stories in stamps. Holiday artwork. Christmas ornaments to make ourself. Effective cards by Jackie Hill. Gina May's travel cards. Believe the Magic—a holiday album. Hollywood revisited. Stamping on photos. Special embellishments—a magnet, pearls on wire and coordinating ribbon for wax resist. Tips on fast watercolor backgrounds. Gift guide. Cover art by Marla Scheidegger. Happy hauntings in Stampland. A rubberized dinner is served. Amazing and magical ATCs. Stamped candles. A Halloween treat holder. Scenic masterpieces with tips from experts. Stamping together—friends connect across the world. A house stamp that adjusts for the holidays. Carin Brahm's stamping odyssey. A distress technique explained. Tips for making great backgrounds. Cover art by Anne Gibson. Stamping and the stars. Meow and woof—stamp art about pets. Bracelets and earrings made  from stamped bottle caps. To blog or not to blog. . . that is a question. Novel approaches to scenic stamping by Rebecca Stiles. Art on the wing. Making a simple card with torn paper. Birthday cards. More simple cards. Cover art by Michelle Bodensteiner. Lands of make-believe. Dressed to stamp in a fashionable way. 
Stampbord boxes. Illustrating a children's book. Telling a story with stamps. Using transparencies to place images. Going Full Tilt—pushing stamps to the max. More exciting SHE stories. Friends in Focus—the art of Viann Borgman. Cover art by Maxine Gillis. The Adventures of SHE. Winged artwork: Flights of Fancy. Paper dolls in all shapes and sizes, with artist information. Multi-block carvings by Julie Bloch. Turning photographs into rubber stamps.Tips for stamping photostamps. Distinctive cards. Basic stamping techniques. Birthday and special occasion cards. A stamping hideaway. Stampville, USA—Beverly Shupps make-believe world.  Cover art by Carol Sutter. The Ha-Ha Hall of Fame. Winter in Stampland. Blending techniques with chalk. Stamping on the high seas. Simple and beguiling backgrounds. Postage swap featuring children's book animals. Masking tips and techniques. Profile of Audrey Hernandez, designer for Paperbag Studios. From remnants to art—using old pieces in new artwork. Carol Sutter shares coloring techniques used on the cover art. Cover art by Joyce Owen. Holiday stamping ideas. Paper dolls in a variety of shapes and sizes. Stamping skyscapes. Using static cling foam with unmounteds. Mixed-media cards by Renee Stockfleth. Turning a 78 rpm record album into a work of art. A special tribute book by Linda Berge. Art according to the clock--including a CD clock that works! Cards for Mr. Wrong. The healing power of journaling. Retro holiday cards. Punched accents in Tips & Techniques. Cover art by Jacquelyn Shenise. Tricked-out cards for Halloween. Giving thanks through stamped artwork. A special Spell Box with polymer cover, bottles and great ideas. Stamping your own coasters. A pocket museum that hold miniature art. Cards fashioned with stamps and paper punches. Interviw with Australian stamp artists Sulea Lee. Stamping on rice paper and acrylic. Artist Trading Cards. Framing your art. An album of heavenly scenes. Cover art by Michelle Bodensteiner. 50 Fabulous Stamping Tips. Celebrating famous artists through stamps. Painting with inks—direct from reinkers. Gallery of art using a favorite stamp. Masking magic. Paper spirals. Tips on how to use Twinkling H20s and Radiant Pearls. Gift box for note cards. Tips on using a Glue Pad. The art of Heidi den Dopper. A stamp room with a view, including layout for desk and various storage units. Cover art by Colleen Dequaine. Musically inclined stamp art. The Color Purple. Art with a French twist. Cards for mom and dad. Profile on assemblage and book artist Mary Ambrose. Stamping with watercolors and tips from cover artist Colleen Dequaine. Watercolor crayons. Captivaing collage. Profile of Eli Persson of Norway. Equestrian album. Using soot to create beauty. Cover art by Diana Collier. Charming embellishments and how to adhere them to stamp art. The magically stamped world of mythology. Scenic wonders. Easter greetings. A tunnel book. Humorous cards. Tips for composing by threes. Embossing magic with UTEE and gold leaf. Marbled backgrounds. Stamping on photos. Interview with stamp artist Beverly Shupp. A stamp room retreat. Diana Collier shares coloring tips, with step-by-step instructions on sections of her cover art. Cover art by Beverly Shupp. Celebrating the 50s & 60s. Art on a timely theme. Blending techniques using brush markers. Giving and receiving a card a day. Scenes of country life. Creating sizzling sunsets. Altered postcards. Beenebag's visual journals. Fashionable Paris book. A lovely collage and step-by-step instructions on how it was made. Two simple cards that share classic greetings. Black-and-white stamp art. Cover art by Jennifer Martin. Lovingly stamped Holiday greetings. Artist Trading Cards and instructions on how to make simple ATCs. The art of rubber stamp travel. How to make a slider card, instructions by Rubbermoon owner Debra Valoff. Karen Tetrault's perfect pins. A nautical stamp board and a stand-up 'thank-you angel.' Window cards. Journal art. Stylish holiday cards. Stamping with glitter. Cover art by Diana Sample. Adventures at sea. Fright Night cards for Halloween. Stamping in the Aquatic Zone. Napkin backgrounds. Reduction carving samples and instructions. How to make a skewer book. The joys of journaling. Layered cards for all occasions. Album of stamped envelopes. Stamping on fabric to make fancy envelopes. Mini-message book with template. A stamping station in the kitchen. Cover art by Michelle Bodensteiner. A stamping tour of France. Artful pins from polymer, paper, dominos, shrink plastic and fabric. Scenic masterpieces. Making friendship books. Art with photos. Tips on how to use your time well. Stamping on copper to make jewelry and ornaments. MicaMagical cards. Easy origami accents for cards/artwork. Eyelet enhancements. Coloring technique tips from Glynda Taylor. Robin Pierce and the art of dimension. Cover art by Michelle Bodensteiner. A stamped African safari. Stamp art with Egyptian motifs. Beautiful boxes of wood, paper and polymer. Feline-inspired artwork. Unmounting your stamps to solve storage problems. Elegant Victorian cards. Coloring techniques. CD card-book project. Asian-themed cards. The scenic art of Mark Roseboom. Cover art by Carol Chiaramonte, with some extras by Paula Montgomery of Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers. High School Confidential—artwork with high school photos. Working with eyelets, brads and rivets. Comfort journals. Home decorating with stamps. Cards that open and close in unusal ways. Whodunnit Mystery Swap Book. Participating in collaborative art projects. Stamped bracelets. Name that advertiser from his/her high school photo. The Creative Process—Meeting procrastination head on. An album of quotes. RSM staff high school photos. Cover art by Nanci Ring, aka Inky. Honoring our friends. Stamping the perfect shoe. Simple greeting cards. Valentines. Southwestern art and coloring techniques from Terry Medaris. Information on new ink products. Mixed-media jewelry. More black & white art. Stamped boxes. Incredible inks. Travel cards. Groundhog Day cards. Shading techniques. The artwork of Nancy Armstrong. An interactive Tag Book. Cover art by Jana Davidson. A Christmas celebration. Snowman ornament card. The Victorian Age. A visit to several stamp rooms, including storage tips for stampers. Surface treatments for 3-D objects, like boxes, book covers, trays, mannequins. Unusual paper clothing. Elvis album. Artist Trading Card swap. Using Delight modeling compound to make Southwestern art. Tessellation stamping. B&W card designs. Mixed-media cards by Margaret Haley. Cover art by Cathy Mendola. Creating your own landscapes. Art without color—everything in black, white and gray. Stamped dolls in paper and fabric. Vintage Charmings—incorporating ephemera from France. Stamping and scrapbooking. 3-D flowers. Gail Durbin's visual autobiography. Red Hat ladies. The art of Heidi Moore. Album of summer fun artwork. Using Stampbord (scratchboard) for stamping projects. Stamping on stone and metal. Cards with a nature theme. Cover art by beenebag, aka Brenda Shackleford. Stamp art that blossoms and grows. Beautiful images in clay. Dream journals. Spiral notebooks. Domino art. Spring envelopes. Terry Garrett's artistic vision. Delightful dolls. Profile of Joyce Owen. How Kathi Schie gets her artwork to stand out! Resist techniques. Dimensional glazes. Fast birthday cards. Clear, photopolymer stamps. Cover art by Karen Azinger. Have stamps, will travel. Seaside stamping. Maria Dellos describes stamping on gourds and using other natural materials. Halloween album. The Birds & Bees. Stamped jewelry. Humor from Kathy McCullagh-Pauszek. Stamps and stencils working together. Art doll kit. Stamping on a scenic theme. Color blending for successful backgrounds. The Cat's Meow in The Last Word. Cover art by K. Moss. Art on the wing. Wonderful wristwear. A stamped and painted wooden box. A pagoda card and template. Techniques for adhering vellum papers. Artwork about faces. Instructions and template for a little envelope book. Using a resin coating on artwork. An Asian Album. Tips on glitter and framing. A quadra-fold card, with template. Two layered cards with aquatic themes. A collage love story. Results of RSM's Count the Santas Contest. Cover art by Connie Carson. Beautiful stamped dolls. Dreamy stamp art. Stamping meets origami. Collaborative art journals. Eraser carvings by Joan Iversen Goswell. Profile of MJ Barber–artist and traveler. Profile of artist Alice Armstrong. Embellishments and fancy backgrounds. Winter Album–Let it snow! Seasonal cards. Dried flowers. Asian collage. Book review of Stamp Artistry by Rice Freeman-Zachery. Cover art by Connie Carson. Transforming books into works of art. Star-studded scenes. Holiday card ideas. A watercolor technique. Album of offbeat humor. Adding dimensional glass accents. Standee box art by Janet Hofacker. Album of artwork from Inky, aka Nanci Ring. Pictorial postmarks and rubber stamps. Envelopes with an autumn theme. Whatever happened to those old-time stamp companies? When to stop on a stamping project. A winter collage. Holiday cards. Cover art by Nanette Alexander. Self-portraits on a rubber-stamped canvas. A stamped journey to the East. Artist Trading Cards. Claudine Hellmuth's book about collage. A Halloween Album. A butterfly die-cut, pop-up card. The Artist Stamps, a rubber stamp company. Memory and dream books. Art-doll cards. Art from the Holy Moly Mackerolies. Inspired collages. Report on Artfest. Quick backgrounds from magazines and calendars. Wise women cards. A card with fabric, feathers and a framed African mask. Working with transparencies and shrink plastic.
Cover art by Anne Gibson. Butterfly art takes flight. Unusual journeys in RubberStampLand. How to create your own web page. Artopia: A world of artistamps. Oriental art and inspiration. Mixed-media art from Catherine Moore of Character Constructions. A stamped keepsake box. Two simple greeting cards. How to create a shining glitter card. A layered card with dried flower embellishments. Cover art by Jana Davidson. Artwork with faces. Funny stamp art. Altering books. Rainbow ink pads demystified. A skirt that doubles as a journal. Enhancing stamp art with beads and wire. Using shrink plastic to make antique-style jewelry. Precise image placement. Collage cards. Tips for framing stamp art. A simple-to-make globe card. Floral collage with postage stamps. Cover art by beenebag, aka Brenda Shackleford. Pressed flower embellishments. Postcards in a variety of styles. Collage art by K. Moss. A mixed-media tag. Tips on Kaleidoscope Stamping. Direct-To-Paper techniques with foam forms. Keeping stamps clean and more! An Oriental Fan Card. Two textured cards. Artist profiles on Sondra Long and Beth Kramer. An unusual background with metallic inks. Simple greeting cards. An Easter card and a dragonfly card. A layered collage card. Cover art by Susan Williamson. Celebrating heroes among us—firemen, moms, veterinarians and more. Scenic stampert Jolene Meyer shares tips and techniques for using Stampscapes images. Baby shower invitations and cards. Using colored pencils—tips from expert Anne Sagor. Cover art by Terrie Lightfoot. Art about guys. Holiday cards. Great stamping gifts. Pop-up card with template. Beautiful pins. An accordian-fold book with template. Profile on Lisette Cannedy of Non Sequitur. Using Pearl Ex. Cards in black and white. Cover art by Hannamaija Teisko. An odyssey of Asia artwork. Embossing tips from expert stampers. Basic embossing information. Stamping on dominos. More artwork with quotations. 3-D stamping. Jeanie Eberhardt's artistamps and trading cards. Profile on Sandy Bartholomew or Bartholomew's Ink and BeezInk. Stamped mosaics on a frame. A shaker greeting card. Tags. Making an articulated doll. Seasonal cards Cover art by Jana Davidson. Illustrated quotes. How to master masking. Stamping on a glass plate. Dr. Phil's Top 10 Romantic Myths. The Brown Bag Challenge. Tips for traveling with stamps. Etching glass with rubber stamps. A swap for carvers. Instructions for making painted paper. Wall and des Cover art by Nanette Alexander. Stamping that includes photographs. Cat artwork. Photopolymer clay pins. Weaving with paper. Profiles on The Carving Consortium. Gift wrap. Functional box art. A seasonal wall hanging. Simple, little books to make. Dream postcards. Mini-book with windows. Tips on using metallic inks. Simple cards. Cover art by Robin Bielefeld. Stamping clouds and skies. Watercolor techniques for stamp art. Rubber stamped chuckles. Mini-rugs in paper. Easter cards. Stamped clocks. Artist profile on Kinga Britschgi, a stamp designer. Mosaics made with strips of paper. Retro birthday cards. Stamping on wood. Journaling. Bookmarks tips. Tag art. A shadow box. A stamped purse. Cover art by Kathy Hofmann. Rubber responses to Sept. 11. Valentines. Art with postal images. Adding embellishments. Mixed media cards. Dogtionary—a multi-page greeting card. Cloth pendants. A stamped message in a box. Calendar pages for January and February. Mother and daughter team create Cover art by Karen Azinger. Holiday issue. Mounting your own stamps. Moveable tag art dolls. Easy holiday cards. Calendar pages for November and December. Artwork created with hand carved images. Eraser Carving 101—simple instructions for beginning carvers. Artist profiles on Nancy Ring and pj dutton. A diorama shaker card. One stamp collage art by Dawn Houser. Cover art by Fanny Schrader. Out-of-this world artwork, aliens invited. Making a visual journal. Artists create an amazing playing card deck. Stamping on blank tickets. Layered cards. A Halloween gallery. Encaustic wax backgrounds. Back to school stamp art. Working with dry pastel chalks. Two simple cards. An out-of-this-world window card. Using shrink plastic. Calendar pages for September and October. Cover art by Robin Bielefeld. Stamp art of the world's wonders—from Stonehenge to Mickey Mouse. The art of embellishment. Health and safety tips. Shrink plastic pins. Dimensional flower cards. Fourth of July cards. A 3-D TV card. Lacquered boxes and pins. Profiles on scenic stamper Louise Rocheleau and layer-card specialist June Wylie. Tag art by Margie Kieper. Collage card secrets. Cover art by Susan Williamson. Stamp art from the garden. Artistamps—examples and how-tos. Brayering techniques. Scenic stamping. How to use a blender pen. A  pocket card that can hold almost anything. Collage art. A mail art exchange called BrainWaves. How to make simple calendar cards. An unusual dimensional card. Glitter how-tos. Profile on The Empress of Ladd-Reingold. Cover art by Margie Kieiper. Stamp art that says 'Meow.' Brush marker techniques. Mini-pins from slides. A stamped mouse pad. Easy-to-make paper. Making a journal. A Victorian envelope. Ideas and inspiration from two experts. Easy-to-do embossing. Bubble paper. Dragonfly artwork. Eraser-carved portraits. A vision of Africa. Dimensional techniques with fabric and tags. Advanced 3-D card with floral motif. Cover art by Marian Janicik. The stamps are out there in space! How frames and borders enhance artwork. Introduction to collage. Advanced watercolor technique . Stamping on craft boxes. Stampaholic Fanny. Scenic stamping with vellum. The Hubby Card Swap. Valentine's Day cards. An answer to the question: What is Mail Art? Stamping on glossy paper. Bead accents. Sponged backgrounds and masking. Cover art by Deborah Langdon. Christmas in Stampland. Simple holiday greetings. How to stamp on silk. Harry Potter and rubber stamps. Grocery bags, brayers and paints. Carving how tos. Birthday cards. Guide to rubber stamp inks. Collage tips. Shadow stamping. Putting a stamp scene in a little box. Stamping with Cover art by Mark Jetton. A stamped tribute to Hollywood and cinema favorites. Scream-worthy Halloween cards. Backgrounds using brayers. Easy fabric stamping with transfer paper. Color theory explained. The imaginative artwork of Michele DeMayo. 40 Fabulous Stamp Tips. How to make a stamped fabric necklace. Bookmaking and book-altering. Easy humorous cards. Fast Halloween cards. Cover art by beenebag, aka Brenda Shackleford. Fantasy and mythological artwork. Interview with Nick Bantock, creator of Griffin & Sabine series. Humorous stamp art. Scenic stamping by Tyra Smith. Making a great paperweight. Using watercolor markers. Paper sculpting and hand-made jewelry. Working with Lumiere paints. Embellishing photos with stamps. RSM at 20. An aquarium card. The next generation of stampers. Cover art by Marina Lenzino. 12 pages of stamped collages, with tips from artists on how they were done.  Making a pyramid box, with template. Making an explosion card, with template. Etching glass with rubber stamps. Step-by-step masking instructions. Adding dimension with puff paper. Making and sharing ATCs. How rubber stamp companies picked their names. Sunshine super art. Cover art by Sue Marvin. It's a stampin' safari, complete with lions, tigers and Tarzan. Stamping small projects. Artwork from Marylinn Kelly. Eraser carving tips and techniques. Art inspired by the sun. Carving and meditation. Making bookmarks. Susan Dworski's artistamps. Stamping stationery.  A St. Patrick's Day scene. A Mother's Day card. Using watercolor pencils. The mail art scene in Denmark. Cover art by Elaine Schenot. Stamp art celebrating the year 2000. Accordion cards. A stained-glass look. How to stamp clouds. A mixed media set of Tarot cards. Stamped scenes from Ann Tittsworth. Easy stamping on bisqueware. Janet Hofacker's stamped journals. Zoo art from Germany. Coloring with pencils. Creating art with a mosaic look. A valentine with a hidden key. Cover art by Robin Bielefeld. Once Upon a Time: Fantasy and mythology artwork. Gift ideas. A roundup of cartoon images, from Bugs Bunny to Ziggy. Art from the heart by Patrice Mathis. Stamping on wood and porcelain. Quilting with pieces of paper. Art from Robin Pearl of Tin Can Mail. Christmas memory books. Tips on using vellum. RSM's favorite cover art. Cover art by Lei Bammel,  Halloween artwork. Surreal landscapes. Calendar art. Stamping T-shirts. Claudia Medaris and the art of collage. Scenic stamping. A Chinese puzzle. Dreamlike artwork. Tips on colorizing black and white photos.  Cover art by Marika Tesko. Sunlit artwork with suns in each piece. Exotic stamped scenes. Profile on the RAPS exchange—amazing swaps by eraser carvers. Glitter how tos and tips. Secrets of perfect lamination. Papermaking. Creating a stamped cube, with template. Recycling found objects. Stamping simple cards. Cover art by Ronda Salzwedel. How-tos and tips for coloring with pencils. Stamp inks explained. Carved artwork by Dawn Houser. Stamping and needlework combine. Your stamping horoscope. Making an A-frame card. Using liquid appliqué. Paper crafting with found objects. Creating simple tropical scenes. 
Cover art by Valérie Besser. Special 100th Anniversary Issue, with artwork celebrating RSM's 100th issue. Some RSM history, along with photos. Stamping a wallpaper border. Visits with Jack the Rubber and Solar Z. Coloring with chalks. Using eyelets to create movable art. Stamped refrigerator magnets. The ultimate stamping room. Simple embossing and masking techniques. Cover art by Nancy R. Clark. Visions of paradise—idyllic artwork. Eraser carving for beginners. Advanced masking and positioning tips from Kathy Lewis. Recycling gift wrap for stamping projects. Profile of Kathryn Aldridge, who found relief through rubber. Interview with RSM Art Director Nancy R. Clark. Candace Cedotal shares her dream artwork. Rick Steiner and Karen Watanabe—two dynamic San Diego stampers. 50 Fabulous Stamp Tips. Stamping in Germany.