New Magazine Titles! Glimpse Inside Magical July Issues + Win Your Fave

The perks of working for Stampington are not limited to the wonderful people I work with -  they permeate into plenty of other avenues. For instance, today I was able to forgo my a.m. coffee when I found the new July issues gloriously stacked on my desk. There’s no need for caffeine when I’m flipping through the refreshing pages of exquisite artwork, stunning jewelry spreads, and tales of passion in entrepreneurship – my senses are definitely awakened!

I hope you too will click on each of the July spreads below and catch a glimpse inside the creativity that’s pouring from their pages.

Special Discount → $5 off any July title of your choice!

We want to thank our growing gamut of lovely blog subscribers for your comments, ideas, and support by offering an exclusive promo code to receive $5 off any July title of your choice. ($5 off discount code can be used only one time per customer.)

Use Promo Code*: BLOG0713 at checkout

 

Belle Armoire

Get ready to dress yourself in style this summer with the new red-hot issue of Belle Armoire. From Gemma-Eve McDonald’s Regal Rose collection inspired by dusky floral accents to Sarah Clemens’ flirty and feminine Designer Collection, full of lush, natural fabrics – this issue is sure to tantalize your inner couture. Discover how to herringbone stitch, make bracelets from birch bark, craft body chains perfect for warm weather fashions, and last but not least, one of our former Designer Collection artists, Sharona Nissan, gives a must-read lesson on color-coordinating beads.

 

Somerset Life

The fresh summer issue of Somerset Life transports readers to a breathtaking dinner party that takes place under the stars! Tucked between this issue’s pages, you’ll also find a new approach to Project Life, clever ways to package presents, and the results to our Pretty Parcels challenge. Queen of living in the moment, you won’t want to miss the seamless and poetic prose of Madelyn Mulvaney who returns to our very own Authentic Living column.

 

WWCB

Start to finish, the insights and tangible tips lining the pages of the new Where Women Create BUSINESS are 100 percent created, lived, and shared by women business owners FOR women business owners. Riding the coattails of its sublimely successful predecessor, the premiere issue – which sold out in only two short months – the second installment is filled with creative women who have turned their passions into their professions: Anahata Katkin, Melody Ross, Tracy Porter, and Jillian Cooke, while columnists Kelly Rae Roberts, Holly Becker, and others return to impart even more valuable business advice.

 

Mingle

What’s more romantic than the idea of campfires and champagne? The newest Mingle goes behind-the-tent for an exclusive look at a truly unique, bohemian event whose host, Madelyn Mulvaney, blogs about her hopes: “I want it to feel like something you stand on tiptoe to reach on the highest branch.” Trust us, her article does not disappoint!  You’ll also find thought-provoking reflections on an attendee’s experience at Squam, a soiree inspired by the lovable Shirley Temple, and a tween’s jewelry-making birthday party led by none other than Lisa Leonard.

 

Art Journaling

What better way to capture those warm summer days than breathing in life’s murmurings on exquisite journal pages? The Summer 2013 issue of Art Journaling is sure to inspire a season full of creativity. The distinctive art journal pages of Roben-Marie Smith grace our Artist Portfolio, and artists Amber Walker, Patty Radish, Lindsay Ostrom, Mou Saha, and many more share their hearts, souls, and best techniques through captivating feature articles. This issue also boasts the second installment of Pam Carriker’s new column, “Art Journaling at the Speed of Life.”

 

Somerset StudioSomerset Studio

Discover the latest innovations in paper crafting and mixed media with the newest issue of Somerset Studio. Learn how to make paper out of milk cartons, and swoon over Ranger’s 2012 Designer Challenge results featuring Tim Holtz, Claudine Hellmuth, and Lisa Pace. After reading an enlightening Artist Profile on Lisa Engelbrecht, enjoy a collaborative art quilt that shares the work of mixed-media “all stars” Lynne Perrella, Anne Bagby, and more!

 

Jewelry Affaire

Summer is finally here, so why not spend some time reading through the latest issue of Jewelry Affaire?! Feast your eyes upon new eye-candy, as you find yourself amused and inspired. From baubles and fabric to mixed-media and resin, entertain yourself with pages filled with extraordinary finds that complement any warm-aired outfit! These extraordinary beauties are awe-inspiring and dazzling , so go ahead and lay out in the sun, sip some iced cold lemonade, and join us for a fantastic read!

 

Stampers' Sampler

The results for our cork and color challenges from the new Stampers’ Sampler are in! You’ll definitely want to see what artists have created with our charming coin purse tempting template, plus Guest Artist Melanie Schulenberg wows with her edgy style. Talented featured artists inspire with a range of techniques, including how to transform ordinary materials you have lying around your house into something truly special. Don’t forget about the free artist paper, numerous articles, and extra pages of cards inside — there are more than ever now that we’ve gone quarterly.

 

Your Chance to Win!

Want to win one of these new titles? Simply follow these steps for your chance to receive your favorite July issue! *Winner is selected at random.

1) Pick your favorite spread from above and share it with your friends on Facebook or Pinterest. (This step is optional, but we do appreciate you spreading the love!)

2) Click on your favorite spread from above and you’ll be taken to the description page. Peruse through the images or read the description and let us know what you’re most looking forward to reading about in the blog comments below!

 

*$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following July (Summer ’13) issues: Art Journaling, Belle Armoire, Jewelry Affaire, Mingle, Somerset Life, Somerset Studio, The Stampers’ Sampler & Where Women Create Business. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 07/31/13. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 07/31/13 at 11:59pm.

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74 Responses to “New Magazine Titles! Glimpse Inside Magical July Issues + Win Your Fave”

  1. Seanora says:

    I am interested in reading about the poetry journal in the Art Journaling.

  2. Kristin Freeman says:

    I love the Art Journaling with the special feature of poetry journals..As a poet my eyes and heart went right to this offering. Would love to win this!

  3. I would definitely love to check out those sweet fabric bracelets in Whimsical Wares from the lastest issue of Jewelry Affaire!

  4. Carolyn Williams says:

    Anxious to read about the Desert Rose bracelet in Jewelry Affair. How unique and fun!

  5. Kat Szabo says:

    I saw the word “Palette”, then saw the color palette, and my little ears just perked up like a chihuahua’s at treat time. I’m always practicing palettes and this issue is a definite must-have. Would love to win a copy of this month’s Somerset Studio, and use the money I save to buy a different Stampington & Co publication!

  6. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    I can’t wait to see the results of the designer challenge in Somerset Studio! Mahalo for the op to win a copy.

  7. Becky Green says:

    VERY HARD to choose JUST ONE!!!!!:? (I couldn’t get the pages to MAGNIFY!!! So it was HARD TO READ.:() BUT, I think SOMERSET STUDIO & making paper out of Milk Cartons sounds VERY INTERESTING!!!! I’ve been contemplating making my own paper!:)AND STAMPERS SAMPLER & the Classic Children’s Stories Reimagined sounds ENCHANTING!!!!!!:) I LOOOOOOOOVE Children’s Books/Stories!!!!!!!!!:)

  8. angela fox says:

    “Brave Girls Club” in “Where Women Create Business” is what I’m most interested in reading!

  9. Heather says:

    I am looking forward to the new issue of Mingle and reading Madelyn Mulvaney’s article on her bohemian event.

  10. Carol B. says:

    The article about hammered spoon necklaces from Jewelry Affaire looks interesting.

  11. kathyS says:

    What’s in Your Bag? really looks like fun. (Somerset Studio)

  12. jeannie says:

    Boot bracelets! How intriguing!!!

  13. Michelle says:

    Jewelry Affaire Summer 2013! Excited to read about the Sweet Desert Rose bracelets. They look adorable and, hopefully (fingers crossed) easy to make as I am new to jewelry making. I can see changing up the fabric with the seasons and keeping them in the rotation that way.

  14. rush says:

    i am interested in reading about “Tall cards” in stamper’s sampler

  15. Kristina Mouton’s bracelets in the July issue of Jewelry Affaire look so cute…I can’t wait to read that article.
    Thanks for the discount!
    Deb

  16. sandra J says:

    Can’ wait to see the summer Art Journaling and the new installment of Art Journal at the speed of life!

  17. NM Creatrix says:

    love the business art!

  18. Christi says:

    I haven’t seen the new quarterly Stampers Sampler so that’s what I looked at – I’d LOVE to read more about the Halloween treat bags :)

  19. tina zappone says:

    Art Journaling looks amazing as always. I really want to read the artist portfolio on Roben Marie Smith-love her stuff!! Also, the summertime and poetry journals sound intriguing!

  20. Marilyn Curttright says:

    Gosh, it is a toss up between Somerset Studio & Art Journaling. I’d love to read the Renee Stien article from Art Journaling. Pinning both of them. :-)

  21. Carolyn says:

    I have a bit of a girl crush on Melody Ross. Her optimism and warm heart are contagious. I would be thrilled to have the opportunity to receive the second publication of Where Women Creat BUSINESS! Can’t get too much Brave Girl!

    • Bethany says:

      Ha! Thank you for the laugh this morning. But hey, I don’t blame you – it’s easy to fall in love with Melody’s passion, talent and artistic eye! Thanks for the comment Carolyn. :)

  22. Shirley J says:

    I’m most looking forward to Sascha’s Poetry! I hope to win Art Journaling – thanks for the chance! They are all beautiful issues, as always!

  23. Jenny says:

    Somerset Studio please, if my name is chosen! You got me with paper from milk cartons!

  24. judy h. says:

    I adore the bracelets in the Jewelry Affaire issue! I am collecting and making bracelets just like these. Love the Desert Rose colors, they are my favorite. I cannot wait to read all about how they were made.

  25. Sheila Earhart says:

    Oh my gosh! Where Women Create BUSINESS! If this isn’t a huge dream of mine! Dare I dream that I could bring it to fruition? Perhaps! I’d love to read this new magazine cover to cover! I love all of the artists featured and have taken classes from Anahata… what an awesome role model! And Melody Ross? Amazing! Thank you for the chance to win it!

    Sheila from Oregon

  26. Kathleen says:

    I’m going to buy Where Women Create Business because I can’t wait to dive right in (and you provided the lovely $5 discount), but next on the list is Mingle – it looks fabulous, especially the retreat at Big Sur. I’m signed up for a retreat in CT this fall with Art-Is-You; it’s my third year with them, and it’s a great experience. I’d love to hear about others, and about mingling in different ways, too.
    Kathleen from California

  27. Lisa M says:

    I’m excited about Where Women Create Business, as Tracy Porter is one of my favorite designers. Can’t wait to see that article!

  28. Donna M says:

    The article about Farm Fresh in Stampers’ Sampler sounds intriguing. I’m always looking for ‘fresh’ ideas that are masculine in nature.

  29. Wow so many great articles in the magazines for July. But I think I would have to pick your new publication, WWC Business as I have not seen it yet and I love Anahata Katkin’s creations. She has done an amazing job creating her brand and I am interested in how she did it. Thanks.

  30. Cat says:

    love the scrumptious, yummy colors of the palette. sooo summer!

  31. Kathleen G says:

    I always look forward to Belle Armoire and all the inspirational fashions. Regal Rose is especially intriguing, looks almost Renaissance but with a frilly modern side. Brings out the romantic in me.

  32. I love the Tall Cards feature in Stamper’s Sampler. I always seem to make my cards A2 size-what a great way to change them up a bit! Thanks for a chance to win!

  33. Dawn V. says:

    Somerset Studio: Make the Leap to Art Journaling. Oh, how many times have I tried to keep an art journal. Perhaps this article will show me the way!

  34. Diana says:

    Stamper’s Sampler: Be still, my heart, when I saw the adorable Autumn treat bags. Halloween is my favorite holiday and I would have a blast making these for grandkids and friends! It was hard to decide between Belle Armoire and Stampers, but had to go with the cute this time…

  35. Angela G says:

    I would love Jewelry Affaire for the adorable fabric bracelets and boot bracelets. Of course, I would be happy to win any of these summer editions.

  36. Patty G. says:

    I can’t wait to see the July/August issue of Somerset Studio! What most calls to me are the color palettes used on the sample pages. I also must read more about the “Riding In the Hood” project – it has a great look.

  37. Nan J says:

    Mingle has inspired me to have a little get together and mingle with an old friend and a new friend met at a quilt show. We all purchased a dye kit at the show and have since planned a day “to dye for.” On the other hand, Art Journaling has inspired me to get back to creating stamps. After browsing a local “Big Lots” store in my area I discovered an entire box of small erasers for $1.00. I cannot wait to begin the creative process. Thanks for always inspiring me regardless of which publication I pick up.

  38. All these issues look lovely. I always enjoy them, especially Somerset Living and Belle Armoire, but of this new crop I’m most strongly drawn to Jewelry Affaire, especially the fabric bracelets as well as the ocean-inspired blue pieces. I already feel inspired!

  39. I would love to read more about the Squam experience and Madelyn’s article!!!

  40. Melanie LeGrand says:

    The color palette article in Art Journaling and the art look amazing. I am in love with this idea and would like to learn more. I’d be grateful for any opportunity to win any magazine!! Thank you!

  41. Wendy says:

    love the fabric bracelets! Want to see more!

  42. Would like to see the summer Art Journaling and the new installment of Art Journal at the speed of life!
    Hugs, Frances R

  43. Misty says:

    I would like to read the Eco-print article in Somerset Studios! I attempted my first recycled styrofoam monoprint cards last year!

  44. Sue Jakabosky says:

    I must share the Savage Millinery article with my friend that made me a hat, I can’t wait to read the Regal Rose article and bark cuff bracelets must be good – anytime you can make something of nothing is brilliant, so Belle Armoire it is – well except how do you resist the Wildflower Picnic in Somerset Life?

  45. Chris C says:

    The article on making bracelets from birch bark interests me.

  46. Janet says:

    Would love to go through Somerset Studio. Need a dose of inspiration and it always gave me energy to start a new project!

  47. Valerie says:

    I can not wait to get my hands on Where Women Create Business Summer 2013. I fell in love with Hello Soul. Hello Business. in the winter 2013 issue and on page 8 of the current issue is more tips on how to run your businees the soulful way. Thank you for the opportunity of winning one of your magazines as they are all special!

  48. Joyce says:

    The latest issue of “Art Journaling” almost makes me
    get in the car immediately and drive 22 miles so I
    can have it in my hot little hands immediately.
    Nothing like instant gratification. I can tell it’s
    just loaded with lots and lots of ideas and inspiration! Thank You.

  49. ruby t says:

    I would like to read about the “cowgirl camp-out” in
    Mingle….looks so fun…..or Belle Amour–everything in it is fantastic!

  50. Holly Shaw says:

    So looking forward to Where Women Create Business! I have my own business and am always hungry for business advice and encouragement from industry leaders.

  51. paula says:

    Like the bracelets – am looking forward to reading about them

  52. Cathy says:

    I look forward to all of them

  53. Gayle Warner says:

    I’m looking forward to Somerset Studio & the article about crafting with cardboard.

  54. Donna says:

    All of these issues look delicious, which makes it difficult to pick just one! However, I am choosing “Somerset Life” because I love the beautiful ideas for incorporating artfulness into everyday life.

  55. Patti says:

    Would love to read about the Poetry Journals in the new issue of Art Journaling.

  56. Tisa at Seattle Retro says:

    Jewelry Affaire– Sweet Desert Rose, Spoon necklaces, Paris? Ooh La La! Make this one mine, please!

  57. Deb Plapp says:

    There are several articles in Somerset Studios I’d enjoy reading. It would be great to win it too!

  58. L. Hewitt says:

    Art Journaling. Would love that one.

  59. Jess says:

    I’m looking forward to all the amazing information in Where Woman Create BUSINESS. Especially finding out about the Brave Girl’s Club and how to “find my who” :)

  60. Red Riding Hood and the Wolf are beyond cool. So very archetypal.

  61. Hard to choose!

    The photos from Belle Armoire are breathtaking! They really speak to my romantic soul!

    Can’t wait to read Art Journaling…cover to cover! :-)

  62. Audri says:

    Love the Sweet Desert Rose bracelets from Jewelry Affaire – must make some lovely summery adornments!

  63. Deb says:

    Belle Armoire Summer 2013 Regal Rose

  64. Cathy C. says:

    I’m a fan of Roben-Marie Smith – Art Journaling!

  65. Becki says:

    Can’t wait to look through the article about Sarah Clemens in Belle Armoire! Though everything in there sounds gorgeous!

  66. Debra Gibson says:

    Really love Jewelry Affaire and the desert rose bracelets !! Looks like fun !! I also love Belle Amore Jewelry magazine I already have a great selection of old issues that I read and reread ! I get a lot of inspiration from this magazine ! I hope I win !!

  67. Kathy S says:

    Really love the Jewelery Affaire Mag extracts especially the hammered spoon necklaces and the creative calm necklace looks amazing too – would love to see it all IRL

  68. Gina Shillitani says:

    Somerset Studio’s article about making paper sounds intriguing!

  69. Charm says:

    I’m a fan of Artful Blogging.

  70. Carisa says:

    I love the new Where Women Create Business magazine. I’d love to take the Brave Girl retreat one of these days and would like to read that article to learn more about Melody Ross and her vision and how she created such an awesome and inspiring retreat for women.

  71. beth b says:

    Would love to read more about “Playing with Cardboard” in “Somerset Studio.”

  72. Vicki J Wade says:

    I love the bangle bracelets featured on the cover of Jewelry Affaire – so much I rushed out and picked up a copy. Drove 40 miles to get it and now I’ve marked several pages for my creative days in the studio. Love the necklace using netting from the fruit section of the grocery store!

  73. Katheryn Cooper says:

    Where Women Create:
    I can hardly wait to read about the Marburger Farm Antique Show and also the article on Marion Cardwell-Ferrer. I love the bright colors in her studio.
    I usually buy my copy of at Hobby Lobby and will have to wait until next week to get my issue.

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The perks of working for Stampington are not limited to the wonderful people I work with -  they permeate into plenty of other avenues. For instance, today I was able to forgo my a.m. coffee when I found the new July issues gloriously stacked on my desk. There’s no need for caffeine when I’m flipping through the refreshing pages of exquisite artwork, stunning jewelry spreads, and tales of passion in entrepreneurship – my senses are definitely awakened!

I hope you too will click on each of the July spreads below and catch a glimpse inside the creativity that’s pouring from their pages.

Special Discount → $5 off any July title of your choice!

We want to thank our growing gamut of lovely blog subscribers for your comments, ideas, and support by offering an exclusive promo code to receive $5 off any July title of your choice. ($5 off discount code can be used only one time per customer.)

Use Promo Code*: BLOG0713 at checkout

 

Belle Armoire

Get ready to dress yourself in style this summer with the new red-hot issue of Belle Armoire. From Gemma-Eve McDonald’s Regal Rose collection inspired by dusky floral accents to Sarah Clemens’ flirty and feminine Designer Collection, full of lush, natural fabrics – this issue is sure to tantalize your inner couture. Discover how to herringbone stitch, make bracelets from birch bark, craft body chains perfect for warm weather fashions, and last but not least, one of our former Designer Collection artists, Sharona Nissan, gives a must-read lesson on color-coordinating beads.

 

Somerset Life

The fresh summer issue of Somerset Life transports readers to a breathtaking dinner party that takes place under the stars! Tucked between this issue’s pages, you’ll also find a new approach to Project Life, clever ways to package presents, and the results to our Pretty Parcels challenge. Queen of living in the moment, you won’t want to miss the seamless and poetic prose of Madelyn Mulvaney who returns to our very own Authentic Living column.

 

WWCB

Start to finish, the insights and tangible tips lining the pages of the new Where Women Create BUSINESS are 100 percent created, lived, and shared by women business owners FOR women business owners. Riding the coattails of its sublimely successful predecessor, the premiere issue – which sold out in only two short months – the second installment is filled with creative women who have turned their passions into their professions: Anahata Katkin, Melody Ross, Tracy Porter, and Jillian Cooke, while columnists Kelly Rae Roberts, Holly Becker, and others return to impart even more valuable business advice.

 

Mingle

What’s more romantic than the idea of campfires and champagne? The newest Mingle goes behind-the-tent for an exclusive look at a truly unique, bohemian event whose host, Madelyn Mulvaney, blogs about her hopes: “I want it to feel like something you stand on tiptoe to reach on the highest branch.” Trust us, her article does not disappoint!  You’ll also find thought-provoking reflections on an attendee’s experience at Squam, a soiree inspired by the lovable Shirley Temple, and a tween’s jewelry-making birthday party led by none other than Lisa Leonard.

 

Art Journaling

What better way to capture those warm summer days than breathing in life’s murmurings on exquisite journal pages? The Summer 2013 issue of Art Journaling is sure to inspire a season full of creativity. The distinctive art journal pages of Roben-Marie Smith grace our Artist Portfolio, and artists Amber Walker, Patty Radish, Lindsay Ostrom, Mou Saha, and many more share their hearts, souls, and best techniques through captivating feature articles. This issue also boasts the second installment of Pam Carriker’s new column, “Art Journaling at the Speed of Life.”

 

Somerset StudioSomerset Studio

Discover the latest innovations in paper crafting and mixed media with the newest issue of Somerset Studio. Learn how to make paper out of milk cartons, and swoon over Ranger’s 2012 Designer Challenge results featuring Tim Holtz, Claudine Hellmuth, and Lisa Pace. After reading an enlightening Artist Profile on Lisa Engelbrecht, enjoy a collaborative art quilt that shares the work of mixed-media “all stars” Lynne Perrella, Anne Bagby, and more!

 

Jewelry Affaire

Summer is finally here, so why not spend some time reading through the latest issue of Jewelry Affaire?! Feast your eyes upon new eye-candy, as you find yourself amused and inspired. From baubles and fabric to mixed-media and resin, entertain yourself with pages filled with extraordinary finds that complement any warm-aired outfit! These extraordinary beauties are awe-inspiring and dazzling , so go ahead and lay out in the sun, sip some iced cold lemonade, and join us for a fantastic read!

 

Stampers' Sampler

The results for our cork and color challenges from the new Stampers’ Sampler are in! You’ll definitely want to see what artists have created with our charming coin purse tempting template, plus Guest Artist Melanie Schulenberg wows with her edgy style. Talented featured artists inspire with a range of techniques, including how to transform ordinary materials you have lying around your house into something truly special. Don’t forget about the free artist paper, numerous articles, and extra pages of cards inside — there are more than ever now that we’ve gone quarterly.

 

Your Chance to Win!

Want to win one of these new titles? Simply follow these steps for your chance to receive your favorite July issue! *Winner is selected at random.

1) Pick your favorite spread from above and share it with your friends on Facebook or Pinterest. (This step is optional, but we do appreciate you spreading the love!)

2) Click on your favorite spread from above and you’ll be taken to the description page. Peruse through the images or read the description and let us know what you’re most looking forward to reading about in the blog comments below!

 

*$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following July (Summer ’13) issues: Art Journaling, Belle Armoire, Jewelry Affaire, Mingle, Somerset Life, Somerset Studio, The Stampers’ Sampler & Where Women Create Business. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 07/31/13. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 07/31/13 at 11:59pm.

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