Cardmaking & Papercraft magazine FAQ

Everything you need to know about Cardmaking & Papercraft magazine!

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We know you have lots of questions and we’ve tried to answer the most frequently asked ones here. If we’ve missed out something you desperately need to know, feel free to get in touch by emailing us at writetous@cardmakingandpapercraft.com.

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What is Cardmaking & Papercraft?
How often does Cardmaking & Papercraft come out?
Where can I buy Cardmaking & Papercraft?
How do I get a digital copy of Cardmaking & Papercraft?
How can I subscribe to Cardmaking & Papercraft?
I’m a subscriber and the latest issue hasn’t turned up – what do I do?
Where can I buy back issues of Cardmaking & Papercraft?
I’m a publicist – who should I send press releases to?
Can I book an advert in Cardmaking & Papercraft?
How do I get a job on Cardmaking & Papercraft?
Can I send you my card design for a project?
I would like to offer you an item for review. How can I do this?
I found a mistake in one of your projects. How can I let you know?
I have some suggestions. How can I get them to you?

What is Cardmaking & Papercraft?

A must-have for making gorgeous cards, Cardmaking & Papercraft is packed with inspirational cardmaking techniques and advice from top crafting experts. Each issue is filled with hundreds of beautiful cardmaking ideas featuring the latest trends, bonus patterned papers and comes with a fabulous gift to inspire your makes. Published 13 times a year, each issue delivers in-depth Masterclass and Knowhow features, which are aimed at learning new techniques and help readers to become more confident card makers.

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How often does Cardmaking & Papercraft come out?

Every four weeks. That means there are 13 regular issues of Cardmaking & Papercraft a year. It’s published by Immediate Media.

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Where can I buy Cardmaking & Papercraft?

In the UK, Cardmaking & Papercraft is sold in WHSmith, larger supermarkets and some smaller craft shops. If you can’t find a copy in-store you can order single issues from our subscriptions website.

Where to find Cardmaking & Papercraft worldwide:

We ship Cardmaking & Papercraft to newsstands around the world. Depending on where you live, there’s a good chance there’ll be a distributor or retailer near you that handles the magazine.

United States

These are the websites of the main US bookstore chains featuring their store locators. Click on the links to find a store near you:

http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/storelocator/stores.aspx?x=y&

http://www.booksamillion.com/storefinder?id=4482617077925

Jo-Ann fabric stores also stock the magazine – http://www.joann.com/stores

Outside the US, these are the contact details for the distributors that handle Cardmaking & Papercraft. Just give them a call or drop them an e-mail with your location and they should be able to point you to the nearest Knitter-stocking store.

Australia

Gordon & Gotch, Sydney: (0061) 2 9972 8800

contactus@gordongotch.com.au

Canada

LMPI, Montreal: (001) 514 355 5610

lmpi@lmpi.com

www.lmpi.com

New Zealand

Netlink Magazine Distribution Company, Auckland: (0064) 9366 9966

www.netlinkmagazines.co.nz

South Africa

RNA Distribution, Johannesburg: (0027) 11 248 3500

rna@rnad.co.za

Outside these nations you can buy single issues online at our subscriptions website.

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How do I get a digital copy of Cardmaking & Papercraft?

Cardmaking & Papercraft is available as a digital magazine, in the following formats:

Apple (for iPad and iPhone)

Google (for Android phones and tablets, and computers with the Google Chrome browser)

Zinio (PDF format, for all devices and computers)

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How can I subscribe to Cardmaking & Papercraft?

Click here to see our latest offers for UK and overseas subscriptions.

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I’m a subscriber and the latest issue hasn’t turned up – what do I do?

Please contact our customer services department by phoning 03330 162 151† or visit www.buysubscriptions.com/help.

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Where can I buy back issues of Cardmaking & Papercraft?

Our customer services team (03330 162 151†) keep copies of the six most recent issues of the mag, and you can also buy back issues of Cardmaking & Papercraft online.

If you’re looking for an issue older than that, you can buy a digital version of Cardmaking & Papercraft.

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I’m a publicist – who should I send press releases to?

Send an email with your press release and high-res images to writetous@cardmakingandpapercraft.com.

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Can I book an advert in Cardmaking & Papercraft?

Absolutely! Call our ads team on 0117 300 8214 or email Victoria Allan, Deputy Advertising Manager: victoria.allan@immediate.co.uk.

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How do I get a job on Cardmaking & Papercraft?

Job opportunities on Cardmaking & Papercraft are very few and far between – we’re a close-knit team and people rarely leave. It must be something to do with the general sense of camaraderie or perhaps the sheer volume of crafting and cakes on offer!

There are other job opportunities within our parent company, Immediate Media.

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Can I send you my card design for a project?

We generally work with a list of established cardmaking designers, and commission projects in advance for each issue, who have been working with us for a while now, so there isn’t space on our design team at the moment. If you are still interested, please email writetous@cardmakingandpapercraft.com with examples of your previous makes, showing a variety of techniques, and if a space opens up we may be in touch!

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I would like to offer you an item for review. How can I do this?

Email writetous@cardmakingandpapercraft.com with details.

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I found a mistake in one of your projects. How can I let you know?

Thanks for spotting that! Please send an email to writetous@cardmakingandpapercraft.com.

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I have some suggestions. How can I get them to you?

We love to hear from our readers, so please email us at writetous@cardmakingandpapercraft.com.

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