Scrapbook News and Review Aug/Sept Call

Special Double Issue for August/September 2009

By Style* (see special call below)
My first job
School days/teacher's gifts
Silly grins and crazy faces
Stamped backgrounds

Digital Scrapbooking
Adding selective color to photos
Converting photos to black-and-white

Back to school
Cards that feature sewing
Cards that feature dry embossing
ABC (Anything But Cards) -- Teacher Gifts

Fashion stamps -- can be shoes, dresses, purses, make-up, etc. Think diva.
Reader Spotlight: Transportation -- can be airplanes, cars, trucks, trains. Any stamp that features a form of transportation.
* can be cards, layouts or projects as long as they feature stamps

Altered Art
ATC's -- of any style or theme
Arches -- of any style or theme
General call -- altered art projects of your choice

Deadline: August 1, 2009

Send submissions to

Call Guidelines
Please submit your pages with the following guidelines:
Pages only unless specified, no mini albums, altered projects or home d�cor
Can be of any size, i.e. 12"x12", 8"x8", 6"x6"
Artwork can be traditional, hybrid or digital (please specify)
Please send images as large as possible and we�ll scale to size
You must name your image with the title of the layout or project.
The call name must be specified in subject line of your e-mail
There are no restrictions on whether your artwork has been posted to an online gallery, blog or other site but we respectfully request you take them down upon request for publication.

Important to Note: Please register on our site before sending in your submissions. This will ensure we�re able to properly contact you as well as authorize you to view the magazine should your artwork be accepted for publication. All submissions must include a SNR username.

Special Call for August/September Issue
By Style
In each issue of Scrapbook News and Review, we feature scrapbook pages by style and skill level. As a chance to see as many styles and genres as possible, for this call only, we do not restrict the amount of submissions per scrapbooker. In fact, we'd prefer to see at least three to five layouts per person in order to give us an idea of how well your defined style is. We're currently looking for pages of size or subject. It must be a clearly defined style, for example: clean and simple, modern and graphic, shabby chic, freestyle, eclectic, etc. Please include the style category you feel best describers your work

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