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    Scrapper ScrappyPam's Avatar
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    Indulge Your Senses!

    Mad About Scrapbooks proudly presents

    All the Rage Ezine

    -- the scrapbook forecasting, trend reporting, and news ezine

    All styles, all genres & mixed media from beginner to advanced
    Staff from across the globe with different styles & tastes
    Current trends and techniques to challenge your creativity
    Real product reviews by real scrapbookers
    Useful articles and layouts with step-by-step instructions
    Where scrapbookers have a real chance of getting published

    Opening Day 12 hour marathon On Line Crop 2 June

    Meet and mingle with staff from across the globe
    Meet and mingle with paper craft celebrities
    Challenges, games, make & takes, prizes and more

    Ezine Launching : 2 June 2007

    PUB CALL!
    Want a chance to be published? All The Rage Ezine has a couple of submission calls that you may be interested in! Go here for more information on the calls and their requirements:

    ATR Pub Calls

    Pam
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    www.RedRubberDesigns.com
    ~*~*~*~

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    From one Scrappy to another: thanks for the info - do you submit your work to publications?

    TFS -sam

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    I don't, typically. It's just not something that I've really been into. But I know a lot of people who do.

    This pub is more geared towards the "real" scrapper out there - rather than the designer fads that we so often see in the scrapping mags. Not putting any of that down; there's some incredibly beautiful work out there. I'm just not sure that's how the "typical" scrapper does things. I know I don't!

    Pam
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    www.RedRubberDesigns.com
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