Breeze of New Autumn Issues + Win Your Fave

A gust of enticing ideas flow from the pages of our new Autumn issues, stirring up all my artistic ambitions and creative energy. If you’re ready to invigorate your senses and get whisked away with tons of how-tos, new DIYs, brilliant photography, and special tips from talented women to spur on your evolution as an artist, then you’ve landed in the perfect place!

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

As our way of saying thank you to every one of our blog followers for your comments, ideas, and support, we want to extend an exclusive promo code your way. Receive $5 off any August title of your choice! ($5 off discount code can be used only one time per customer.)

Use Promo Code*: BLOG0813 at checkout

 

Altered Couture

Altered Couture

If you’re dyeing to learn some new ways to revamp your wardrobe, the autumn edition of Altered Couture is just the ticket! From stylish dyeing treatments for jeans, skirts, and leggings to halter dresses that are perfect for layering – top artists Pat Berryhill and Donna Barnitz open up their closets to share one-of-a-kind wearable projects. If you’re up on ombre, you’ll love the results from our Ombre Challenge, filled with fashion tips that won’t fade.

 

 Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging

Delight in the Autumn 2013 issue of Artful Blogging where you’ll find a complete visual collection of incredible captured moments from prolific bloggers like Rosie from Simply Rosie, primitive artist Karen Brady, and Kris Vavra from Junk Chic Cottage.  In addition, talented mixed-media artist and college instructor Jamie Jamison reveals how to spark your blog with social media by offering writing tips to help tackle a blank screen. A complete illustrative celebration from start to finish, this issue is a must-have resource for new and experienced bloggers alike.

 

 GreenCraft

Green Craft

Trust us — you won’t want to miss the first-ever quarterly issue of GreenCraft Magazine! We’ve geared up to accommodate even bigger and better eco-friendly projects that are sure to inspire the creative upcycler in all of you. By expanding our horizons in this issue, we’ve included projects made from a wide variety of unique recycled materials, like an old-cabinet-door-turned-jewelry-holder, a tiny garden made from an Altoid tin, and earrings made from castoff denim jeans. Also included is a project made especially for your favorite four-legged friends, and you won’t believe your eyes when you see what it’s made of! Make sure you pick up this issue of GreenCraft — you won’t find a magazine like this anywhere else.

Pssst…have you entered to win our GreenCraft instagram challenge?

 

Somerset Home

Somerset Home

Home is where the heart is, so why not craft it to your own liking? This issue offers endless ideas to suit your tastes – from Lucy Akin’s seasonal decorative mantels and herb gardens to techniques for altering pillow covers and slips. Kick start your imagination with even more inspiration from artists who demonstrate how to repurpose croquet mallets, transform wire into wall art, and all-around revamp your home. We also reveal a new section featuring upholstered and redecorated furniture that will make you look twice before tossing out an old dresser or a stained chair! Come home with us, and seek awe-inspiring ways to creatively renovate your living space into what you’ve always wanted.

 

Where Women Create

Where Women Create

Some of the most interesting features are blowing your way in the autumn installment of Where Women Create. Best known for her iconic role as Mimi on the hit TV series, “The Drew Carey Show,” now artist and author Kathy Kinney opens up to share her insights and studio. You’ll also take a road trip to Round Top, Texas, to visit the Marburger Farm Antique Show! In addition to welcoming Ben Ashby of FOLK to The Men Who Make It column, we also reveal the inspiring studio spaces of Stephanie Ponder, Donna Kato, Jessica Swift, Lori Holiday, and Carolyn Westbrook.

 

Stuffed

Stuffed

The autumn issue of Stuffed is bursting at the seams with imaginative softies! The incredible hand-illustrated dolls of Valentina Felce bring a whimsical yet artistic edge to our Artist Portfolio. For a more fantastical approach to softies, Anne-Claire Regan’s “Double-Headed Serpent” and Andrea Ockey Parr’s “Wizard Lizards” will transport you to another world. If monsters are your thing, Jeff Riggan’s needle-felted creatures, “Slugmo” and “Squidboy” will get your skin crawling, while Indira Villalobos-Starr’s “Snuggly Ugly Monsters” embody the cute side of scary. With softies from all walks of life and from all corners of the universe, this issue of Stuffed has something for everyone.

 

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly

Autumn’s just around the bend – which means it’s time for our annual Halloween issue full of witchy women, scary and not-so-scary ghosts, pumpkins, and more. The talented Lynne Perrella takes us on a journey through San Miguel de Allende in Mexico, and we reveal the results of our Santos Cage Doll challenge with inspiring work from our very own readers. Internationally known sculptor and ventriloquist maker Bill Nelson is the subject of our Doll Artist Profile. Bill’s one-of-a-kind figures can be found in the private collections of Demi Moore, Whoopi Goldberg, and David Copperfield!

 

Your Chance to Win!

Want to take home one of these new titles? Simply follow these steps and we’ll chose one lucky winner at random to receive your favorite August issue!

1) Spread the ♥! Click on your favorite spread from above and share it with your friends on Facebook or Pinterest. (This step is optional, but we do appreciate your support.)

2) Click on your favorite spread from above and you’ll be taken to the description page. Peruse through the images and pick one that you like the most. Explain why it caught your eye in the blog comments below!

 

*$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following Autumn issues: Altered Couture, Art Doll Quarterly, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Somerset Home, Stuffed, and Where Women Create. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 08/31/13. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 08/31/13 at 11:59pm.

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62 Responses to “Breeze of New Autumn Issues + Win Your Fave”

  1. Mitzie Crider says:

    These all look wonderful, but my favorite is Artful Blogging. I’d love to win a copy and see if its something I should subscribe too (along with the two jewelry mags of yours I already subscribe to). I have a blog set up but need help getting and keeping it going? Thanks for the chance!

  2. Carolyn Williams says:

    I just want to live at Pineapple Park featured in Where Women Create! It looks so comfy and relaxing. Also it is very beautiful and inspiring.

  3. Mikell says:

    I love all your magazines. I’d love to have the Green Craft book. Haven’t seen one for a while.

  4. Judith Aitken says:

    I love the Greencraft magazine. Although the snuggly sweater vase caught my….such cool colours, it was the denim throw rug that really sold me. Love it. I think this will be a really popular mag.

  5. Sharon Gullikson says:

    I just love the cute animals in the stuffed magazine. I’ve been wanting to make some, but haven’t felt up to it. The magazine would be very inspiring! sharon dot gullikson at gmail dot com

  6. Natasha Poteraj says:

    I would like the Stuffed magazine because I like the quirky look of the creations. They are so different and cool.

  7. Anna H says:

    Well, I did not know you published a green magazine! GreenCraft really appeals to me, and the article on the paper bag place mat is very intriguing. Would love to win a copy – thanks…

  8. Linda Beckert says:

    It’s a hard choice to pick between these magazines, I love Where Women Create, the whole thing because I want to live the artful life! And will!

  9. The “Remnants of Past Projects: Pillows from Scraps” in Somerset Home really spoke to me (actually, I was inspired by all the pages you shared). I could do that project this afternoon with the multitude of scraps I’ve accumulated – and I just may!

  10. Carol B. says:

    My pick would be the Stuffed magazine. The little creations have such personality, especially the little guy on the contents page.

  11. kathyS says:

    Green Craft magazine’s Yankee Tins —so clever.

  12. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    GreenCraft is my favorite and I can’t wait to see how to make sweater vases and paperbag placemats!

  13. Oh deary! I’ve been reading your magazines for so long now. My husband thinks they are “regular” mags and should be tossed after reading. W-H-A-T???? I don’t think so.

    Another collection has started.

    I’ve been blogging a year, so this year, I can’t wait to get my hands on the Artful Blogging book. My friend Linda from Coastal Charm is in there! Yippee!

  14. Ellen says:

    I love all these issues, but the angels spoke to me. I have thought about making a Santos doll and would love to be inspired by the stirrings of autumn! Witches and ghost remind me of my childhood Halloween haunts-I would love to visit the past again~

    GreenCraft does have a fond place in my heart! I already have this issue~

    Thanks Stampington!

  15. Kim says:

    This was a really tough decision! We should be allowed one comment for each magazine hahaha! I think my favorite is Artful blogging and my favorite picture is on page 7, I believe. I love digital work and that’s what the 3 pictures look like. But I like them as pictures to print and frame and hang on the wall! I love your magazines!

  16. Teddee Grace says:

    The Where Women Create feature on Pineapple Park looks absolutely captivating….all that eye candy!

  17. Christi says:

    Both Artful Blogging & Green Craft caught my eye – The lemons look so refreshing & I love that rug! Thanks for the chance to win :)

  18. Lisa M says:

    I adore the scrap pillows in Somerset Home! It’s one of my must-have magazines. I have to say the denim rug is very appealing as well; a few years ago I made a denim bed cover from old jeans and we love how sturdy it is (and washable)!

  19. I have never read green craft and would love to see the new copy. and always love artful blogging and where women create – how can we pick a favorite???

  20. Tisa at Seattle Retro says:

    Can’t decide between Paper Rose Wreaths in Somerset Home or get inspired by the crafty studios of the artists in Where Women Create! Help!

  21. nancy d. says:

    I have always loved Where Women Create, though that denim rug sure caught my eye!

  22. Lissa g says:

    Would love to win A copy of green craft! Love anything recycling!

  23. Diana Polly says:

    Since I already have WWC, I would love to win the new Home issue. Love it.

  24. Carol Barol says:

    Somerset HOME showed the table of contents in the preview. I loved the wire basket with some kind of handmade tag (or tile). I’m anxious to see what that’s all about!

  25. Karlyn H says:

    Page 4 in Where women create caught my eye. I’m always looking for ideas for storage and I like the two bookcases under the board for a table

  26. kathleen gaskell-blankenship says:

    I would love to win this copy of Green Craft. I recycle like crazy and have the boxes of stuff and stuffed closet of “Ooh, I bet I can make something with this.” I have saved lots of Altoid tins and fell in love with the hens and chicken planter (when I plant hens and chickens outside, the critters eat them) I also hold onto unusual bottles and bits of lace; until I saw your spread, it hadn’t occurred to me to use them together! Finding two ideas just from the index makes me can’t wait to see what else is inside.

  27. Leeayn says:

    I can’t decide between Greencraft and Stuffed. I love the denim rug in Greencraft and the tattooed girl in the bathing suit in Stuffed is awesome. I would truly LOVE to make her~ Thank you for these amazing publications.

  28. Mary Anne says:

    I’m a huge fan of using recycled denim, so my eye was immediately caught by the denim run in Greencraft. I haven’t even gone and looked at what else might be in the issue yet!

  29. ruby t says:

    Where Woman Create just looks so good along with GreenCraft….really it is so hard to choose just on favorite because all of the magazines are filled with great ideas and pictures.

  30. I’ve been so inspired by Artful Blogging in the past but have missed the last few issues. I love doing my blog, but it can use a shakeup, and the new issue of Artful Blogging would definitely offer that, along with a refreshed perspective!

  31. Lynda Bettencourt says:

    I love all your magazines, but of the ones pictured, I would love to have “Where Women Create”! I love the inspiration and back stories of the artists & one of these days I would like to have my studio organized like one of theirs! I’m unemployed right now, but I have faith that I will get there! Thanks!!

  32. Sandie Luck says:

    WHERE WOMEN CREATE is always such a source of inspiration for me! The photography captures more than my eye takes in on first perusal, so then I am delighted to reread it all over again to take in every last tidbit I possibly can! HMMMM…HAPPY HAPPY!
    Joyfully…..~Sandie

  33. Marcia Ward says:

    I’m simply adore all things altered! How about those headbands in image 6 of Altered Couture?! Stampington publications are treasured works of art; I love every one!

  34. Teresa Shires Sylvester says:

    I loved the pages in Stuffed, especially the whale! I love how something so seemingly simple can inspire a sense of wonder and whimsy!

  35. Vicki J Wade says:

    I have a new shop for my bucket list — Pinaeapple Park! I’m a fan of WWC…

  36. Valerie says:

    I love Art Doll Quarterly. Page 6 has My Recipe for Success, but what stopped me were the dolls shown on the page. They are magnificent, I would love them even if it wasn’t halloween. I can not get enough of this magazine.

  37. Dixie says:

    I love all the Autumn Issues, but would really like to have the Green Craft issue the best! Now I know what I can do with all the denim I collected.

  38. Shelly S says:

    I love the altered sweater. It looks so feminine and high-end

  39. Jeneen says:

    All of your publications are yummy! I would like to get to know Green Craft better though. :o) The image that grabbed my attention the most, was that of Yankee Tins. Very cool looking, and I just happen to have taken one out of my car today and thought…”what could I do with this?”!! Thanks for all of the inspiration over the years.

  40. Pat says:

    It’s always tough to just pick one of your beautiful, inspiring publications! But this round I must go for Somerset Home. Anything that announces Furniture Redo on the cover gets my attention! And the pillows created from scraps……gorgeous!

    Please bring back the magnifying glass, at least on the Table of Contents page on your issue introductions. I like to read the names of the articles and artists, there are so many artisans I follow, and knowing their work is featured in an issue is a definite teaser to purchase for me.

  41. Lee Wallace says:

    All things nautical I just love so the tattooed beach goers and whale caught my eye. I love Stuffed and anxiously await each issue.

  42. Jacqueline says:

    I have been working on creating my own blog….not quite there yet. I was unaware of Artful Blogging, it certainly appears inspirational. I think perhaps it may be the certain something I need to see my very own come to fruition in a more timely way.

    • Bethany says:

      Oooh, if Artful Blogging helps spur on your craft in any way, please come back and share your inspiration! All the best Jacqueline.

  43. Jackie says:

    would love to win the Where Women Create! All your magazines are wonderful!

  44. Faith Gaspar says:

    Somerset Home of Course… My Fav…. Love, Love, Love it….

    Faith

  45. Jeanne says:

    I love all your magazines, but especially Somerset Home, because it got me thinking, about things I can make with things I already have on hand…..:) and I really enjoy other people’s ideas. I hope I win a free one. thanks in advance!

  46. Connie Minnich says:

    I’ve been thinking about blogging a lot recently and know absolutely nothing about the ‘how to do it’. I really appreciate the chance to win the coming issue. Thanks

  47. Janet Brodie says:

    Came to fingerless gloves on Green Craft site and thought “I’m not the only one who uses my old socks to keep my hands warm in winter. Just never thought to embellish so nicely. Time to wear out a few more Pairs of socks so I can make them into more beautiful fingerless gloves!

  48. Julie Kovac says:

    “Where Women Create!”, the cover caught my eye. It looks like a trailer is being used as an arts/craft room. I have my own art room and I’m always looking for new ideas for it. I’d love to win this month’s issue of that magazine.

  49. Jeanne says:

    Somerset Home all the way! The ruffled tablecloth in bits and pieces got me at first glance. Beautiful!

  50. Jackie says:

    I’d be happy to have any of your publications!

  51. Chris says:

    I love all of your publications, so, yes, it’s a very hard choice indeed. I turned 65 this year, moved to a new home, and finally have my own office to work on my photography and crafts — but it’s pretty much a white box with a desk and bookcases awaiting some inspiration and organization! My four enterprising granddaughters always end up in my office with me and “Where Women Create” always offers ideas and solutions for creative, welcoming spaces for everyone. So that’s my publication of choice!

  52. Angela G says:

    Stuffed! Definitely, Stuffed. The artwork is just so fun and quirky. I’m loving it all from the double headed serpent to the monsters and other fun softies.

  53. Elizabeth L. says:

    I’ve always been a fan and follower of your art magazines, but I have to say I am really liking the new Greencraft! I think it’s time to take on a few new projects!

    I was drawn in immediately by the denim throw rug, but when I stumbled on the cup cozy? LOVE! Perfect for sitting outside on a cool autumn night.

  54. Kristin Townsend says:

    I want to win, let see….., all of them but I loved WWC, I have the one that was just released but the Green one looks great! If I win, I like that one or AB, or Scrapbooking. I have so many of your magazines. These are not magazines but works of art, books, they are just more than anything simple and easy to leaf through, they get your mind racing. I already know what I am making everyone for Christmas!!!

  55. Roxanne Pafundi says:

    I am taken with the Doll Quarterly pictures. The Angels and their wings…with their searching faces looking up…what are they looking for?…chances are what we’re all looking for… and the detail and embellishments in their skirts…one has a bird..seemingly content to be there..yes, the dolls have spoken to me…I too search the sky as these angel dolls are doing in this picture! Thanks for sharing!

  56. Sid says:

    Loving the Home & Stuffed articles ……. just up my street !!

  57. Crystal says:

    Essence of Creation in the Art Doll Quarterly is my favorite, loving the idea of artistically hiding your thoughts and ideas in the cage of the doll, a lot of symbolism and artistic strength in these dolls.

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A gust of enticing ideas flow from the pages of our new Autumn issues, stirring up all my artistic ambitions and creative energy. If you’re ready to invigorate your senses and get whisked away with tons of how-tos, new DIYs, brilliant photography, and special tips from talented women to spur on your evolution as an artist, then you’ve landed in the perfect place!

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

As our way of saying thank you to every one of our blog followers for your comments, ideas, and support, we want to extend an exclusive promo code your way. Receive $5 off any August title of your choice! ($5 off discount code can be used only one time per customer.)

Use Promo Code*: BLOG0813 at checkout

 

Altered Couture

Altered Couture

If you’re dyeing to learn some new ways to revamp your wardrobe, the autumn edition of Altered Couture is just the ticket! From stylish dyeing treatments for jeans, skirts, and leggings to halter dresses that are perfect for layering – top artists Pat Berryhill and Donna Barnitz open up their closets to share one-of-a-kind wearable projects. If you’re up on ombre, you’ll love the results from our Ombre Challenge, filled with fashion tips that won’t fade.

 

 Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging

Delight in the Autumn 2013 issue of Artful Blogging where you’ll find a complete visual collection of incredible captured moments from prolific bloggers like Rosie from Simply Rosie, primitive artist Karen Brady, and Kris Vavra from Junk Chic Cottage.  In addition, talented mixed-media artist and college instructor Jamie Jamison reveals how to spark your blog with social media by offering writing tips to help tackle a blank screen. A complete illustrative celebration from start to finish, this issue is a must-have resource for new and experienced bloggers alike.

 

 GreenCraft

Green Craft

Trust us — you won’t want to miss the first-ever quarterly issue of GreenCraft Magazine! We’ve geared up to accommodate even bigger and better eco-friendly projects that are sure to inspire the creative upcycler in all of you. By expanding our horizons in this issue, we’ve included projects made from a wide variety of unique recycled materials, like an old-cabinet-door-turned-jewelry-holder, a tiny garden made from an Altoid tin, and earrings made from castoff denim jeans. Also included is a project made especially for your favorite four-legged friends, and you won’t believe your eyes when you see what it’s made of! Make sure you pick up this issue of GreenCraft — you won’t find a magazine like this anywhere else.

Pssst…have you entered to win our GreenCraft instagram challenge?

 

Somerset Home

Somerset Home

Home is where the heart is, so why not craft it to your own liking? This issue offers endless ideas to suit your tastes – from Lucy Akin’s seasonal decorative mantels and herb gardens to techniques for altering pillow covers and slips. Kick start your imagination with even more inspiration from artists who demonstrate how to repurpose croquet mallets, transform wire into wall art, and all-around revamp your home. We also reveal a new section featuring upholstered and redecorated furniture that will make you look twice before tossing out an old dresser or a stained chair! Come home with us, and seek awe-inspiring ways to creatively renovate your living space into what you’ve always wanted.

 

Where Women Create

Where Women Create

Some of the most interesting features are blowing your way in the autumn installment of Where Women Create. Best known for her iconic role as Mimi on the hit TV series, “The Drew Carey Show,” now artist and author Kathy Kinney opens up to share her insights and studio. You’ll also take a road trip to Round Top, Texas, to visit the Marburger Farm Antique Show! In addition to welcoming Ben Ashby of FOLK to The Men Who Make It column, we also reveal the inspiring studio spaces of Stephanie Ponder, Donna Kato, Jessica Swift, Lori Holiday, and Carolyn Westbrook.

 

Stuffed

Stuffed

The autumn issue of Stuffed is bursting at the seams with imaginative softies! The incredible hand-illustrated dolls of Valentina Felce bring a whimsical yet artistic edge to our Artist Portfolio. For a more fantastical approach to softies, Anne-Claire Regan’s “Double-Headed Serpent” and Andrea Ockey Parr’s “Wizard Lizards” will transport you to another world. If monsters are your thing, Jeff Riggan’s needle-felted creatures, “Slugmo” and “Squidboy” will get your skin crawling, while Indira Villalobos-Starr’s “Snuggly Ugly Monsters” embody the cute side of scary. With softies from all walks of life and from all corners of the universe, this issue of Stuffed has something for everyone.

 

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly

Autumn’s just around the bend – which means it’s time for our annual Halloween issue full of witchy women, scary and not-so-scary ghosts, pumpkins, and more. The talented Lynne Perrella takes us on a journey through San Miguel de Allende in Mexico, and we reveal the results of our Santos Cage Doll challenge with inspiring work from our very own readers. Internationally known sculptor and ventriloquist maker Bill Nelson is the subject of our Doll Artist Profile. Bill’s one-of-a-kind figures can be found in the private collections of Demi Moore, Whoopi Goldberg, and David Copperfield!

 

Your Chance to Win!

Want to take home one of these new titles? Simply follow these steps and we’ll chose one lucky winner at random to receive your favorite August issue!

1) Spread the ♥! Click on your favorite spread from above and share it with your friends on Facebook or Pinterest. (This step is optional, but we do appreciate your support.)

2) Click on your favorite spread from above and you’ll be taken to the description page. Peruse through the images and pick one that you like the most. Explain why it caught your eye in the blog comments below!

 

*$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following Autumn issues: Altered Couture, Art Doll Quarterly, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Somerset Home, Stuffed, and Where Women Create. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 08/31/13. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 08/31/13 at 11:59pm.

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