Spiced September Issues: $5 Off + Win Your Most Treasured Title

Every fall I am always excited for the cooler weather, chances to layer coats and indulge in a cup of hot cocoa.  I am even more excited about the September Stampington publications! There is nothing like a good fall issue to curl up with near the fireplace and a cup of tea in hand as you wind down or start your day.  The effervescent photography and gossip-worthy articles will engulf you in their beauty. Get ready to be inspired this autumn season by the amazing craftsmanship flowing from the pages.

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

We want to thank our greatest fans and loyal blog subscribers for your comments and support by offering an exclusive promo code to receive $5 off any September title of your choice. ($5 off discount code can be used only one time per customer.)

Use Promo Code*: BLOG0913 at checkout

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If you haven’t already, jump on the digital bandwagon with the autumn 2013 issue of Somerset Digital StudioThis beautiful, full-color publication showcases the best digitally created artwork from talented artists. Each issue contains fascinating and informative feature articles, a breathtaking gallery of reader-submitted digital artwork, a digital dictionary, a photo-editing software comparison chart, and wonderfully written and informative articles by leading digital artists like Traci Bautista, Anahata Katkin, and Jaya Suberg. These will not only teach you the best applications and programs used by professionals, but also teach you the tricks they use on their own artwork.

 

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Fall into the sparkling array of artisan wearable art pieces found in the newest installment of Belle Armoire Jewelry! With a Designer Collection by Nora Rochel and a set of “Artfully Adjustable” necklaces from Staci Louise Smith that you can wear several ways, there is page after page of fashionable inspiration. Who doesn’t love jewelry? Add a handmade touch to your own collection for the perfect birthday or Halloween goody bag stuffer, and make sure you catch the lessons by Kelly Kuhlman on how to forge wire around handmade and vintage books.

 

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The autumn issue of Where Women Cook is filled with delicious foods, beautiful photography and truly touching stories. With everyone from writers to teachers to restaurateurs, the women in this inspiring issue share their advice for good cooking and importance of quality living. Patti Peck tells her story of the numerous peaks and valleys in her restaurant career and dishes on her latest success with Beachwood Café in Hollywood Land. Other feature articles include Susan Curtis and Nicole Ammerman of The Sante Fe School of Cooking; Ba Culbert of Seattle, Washington’s Tilikum Place; Paul Lowe of Sweet Paul Magazine; and Catherine McCord of the Weelicious blog.

 

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Welcome to the Autumn 2013 issue of Prims! A wonderful issue packed with both spooky and fanciful Halloween-inspired artwork, along with whimsical, Christmas-themed creations. Each handcrafted piece not only captures a nostalgic and folk-art feel, but are also deliciously ragged, tattered, and lovable. This issue if filled with beautiful fall colors and dolls that are dressed in the best fall and winter holiday garb. Our newest issue also features a set of vintage-style pull toys by Joanna Bolton and perfectly tattered pumpkins by Mandy Fischer.

 

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The autumn issue of Somerset Apprentice presents work by top mixed-media artists Dina Wakley, Kate Crane, Priscilla Jones, Nancy Lefko, Donna Salazar, and more. This full-color 144-page publication provides a basic and thorough understanding of techniques with easy-to-understand instructions and close-up photos. If you’re like me, you sometimes need help to recreate these beautiful mixed-media pieces. Our From the Pros section offers essential tips and tricks from successful artists like Marah Johnson, Lisa Bowlin, Lindsay Ostrom, Julie Nutting and others with a peek into their creative processes.

 

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Christmas, Halloween, Valentine’s Day, birthdays, and more – there’s always a reason to be festive with Somerset Holidays & Celebrations. If you’re looking to add a little handmade sparkle to your holiday season, look no further. Discover the beauty and the excitement of handcrafted holidays with pages packed with stunning artwork and great ideas – you will be set for the entire year! This gorgeous and sentimental publication is sure to become a part of your holiday traditions and will be your go to guide for amazing handmade gifts and décor.

 

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You asked for it, and we’re giving our readers another look at The Freckled Army in the September/October edition of Somerset Studio. This is going to be one exciting Halloween season! Be sure to check out the sinister results of our Haunted Challenge, an Artist Profile on La Dolce Vita’s Caterina Giglio, an informative look at making Gelli Prints, and a breathtaking encaustic collection by Connie Freedman. Also, The Birth of Ophelia by Auralea Krieger welcomes you into this new issue. In addition to some of the best features we’ve had, Jen Osborn talks about her art journaling process, and Becky Shander shares beautiful artwork inspired by the seaside – the perfect cap to a creative summer.

 

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The holidays are coming up faster than you think – learn affordable ways to surprise your family and friends with delightful ideas from inside this issue! From ghostly ghouls to happy harvests and sweet snowmen, Take Ten has you covered this season. We’ve added, for the first time, nearly 40 quick-and-easy holiday-themed cards to our repertoire, and this issue features one of our most popular design patterns ever — the flag template. Also spotlighted in this editon are a collection of cards featuring retro pin-up girls, sets of thank you cards  that will surely impress the recipient, a card set that puts the “sweet” in home sweet home, and a white pen highlight technique that you won’t be able to resist.

 

*Your Chance to Win!

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

1) Pick your favorite spread from above and share it with your friends on Facebook or Pinterest. Make sure you tag us!

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 September (Autumn ’13) issues: Belle Armoire Jewelry, Holidays and Celebrations, Prims, Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Digital Studio, Somerset Studio, Take Ten and Where Women Cook. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 09/30/13. Contest is open to U.S. and international residents and ends 09/30/13 at 11:59pm.

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Posted: Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013 @ 9:40 am
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17 Responses to “Spiced September Issues: $5 Off + Win Your Most Treasured Title”

  1. Absolutely can’t wait to see the upcoming issue Belle Armoire Jewelry … the knotless netting around that heart – oh my good gravy but it’s AMAZING!!!

  2. kathyS says:

    I am sooo looking forward to the wearable Knotless Netted items from Belle Armoire Jewelry.

  3. Katyoparty says:

    Looking forward to the new Apprentice issue!

  4. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    I want to learn how Dream was fabricated in Somerset Apprentice. Love hanging art on a hanger! Genius!

  5. Lisa M says:

    I am unbelievably excited that a new Holidays & Celebrations is available. Last week I pulled out all my old issues and have been perusing them at bedtime for ideas. If only it came out more than once a year!

  6. Melanie LeGrand says:

    Cannot wait to read more about the beach finds mixed media canvas. Looks like a Beautiful article!!

  7. Ellen says:

    I would love to see the Holiday & Celebration issue. It is often flying off the shelves of my local bookstore. I think it would be fabulous to see this issue offered 4x’s a year.

    Lately though Prims’ style is capturing my attention~ I am making a doll, now. Tina’s dolls inspire my crow like tendencies.

  8. Sandie Luck says:

    So love the up-close photos and detailed instructions that SOMERSET APPRENTICE reveals. UMMMM ~ I love to savor the intricate details that the creative artists share. So much like a WONDERFUL visit shared with a mentor……~Thank you!
    Joyfully…..~Sandie

  9. Boneita says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to save $5. Wish I could get one of everything – it’s like picking only one piece off a dessert buffet. Fell in love with Somerset Studio so many years ago and it is still my favorite Stampington companion.

  10. Jeanne says:

    Purples and greens!! Tilley McLeod

  11. I’m looking forward to reading Patti Peck’s story in Where Women Cook, and also making that delicious White Chocolate Pumpkin Nog! I pinned it.

    • Bethany says:

      Thanks Maria! Stay tuned because we just visited Patti Peck in Hollywood and will be posting a new blog post in the next couple weeks sharing a behind the scenes glance! Cheers.

  12. Jane says:

    Thank you for another great contest and coupon!!! I posted my favorite Stampingon Magazine, Somerset Apprentice, to my facebook a couple of days ago, linking your facebook site to it, and gave my friends a ‘heads up’ to the best magazine company out there! (No im not ‘sucking up’ to win a contest. Lol Everyone knows you guys are the best!) I also mentioned the great contests and sales you guys have & directed them to sign up for your emails to see them, especially your August Sale of back issues, which I have been looking over for several weeks now and have 89 issues in my shopping cart and 111 in my wish list (BTW, I am so thankful you guys made it a lot easier to hold the mags I want by making a wish list and keeping them in the shopping cart so they didnt disappear!

    There is SO much artwork in this new issue of Somerset Apprentice that it’s hard to pick just one article I’m excited to read about! I think I’m excited too see Kate Crane’s article the most and take another shot at trying to make her artwork! Thank You Ronni Jane

  13. Jane says:

    I forgot to mention my Facebook name is Ronni Taylor. ;) just in case…fingers crossed! Lol

  14. Candy says:

    As a practicing Wiccan for decades, whose grandson was born on Halloween, there is only ONE choice possible for me: the PRIMS issue! “Spooky and Fanciful” doesn’t begin to describe our family’s observance of Samhain/All Hallows Eve/Halloween.’
    ‘Blessed Be, Please Choose Me!’ <];~D

  15. Patricia says:

    I am a huge fan of Nancy Lefko, so Somerset Apprentice with her Tea Time article would make my day!

  16. Ronni Jane says:

    Hello :) I was just writing to find out when and where you release the names of the winners of this contest, as well as the others, specifically the “Birds Of A Feather”. I’m anxious to run out & buy the new issue of Somerset Apprentice if I am not a winner. :D Thank you, Ronni

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Every fall I am always excited for the cooler weather, chances to layer coats and indulge in a cup of hot cocoa.  I am even more excited about the September Stampington publications! There is nothing like a good fall issue to curl up with near the fireplace and a cup of tea in hand as you wind down or start your day.  The effervescent photography and gossip-worthy articles will engulf you in their beauty. Get ready to be inspired this autumn season by the amazing craftsmanship flowing from the pages.

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

We want to thank our greatest fans and loyal blog subscribers for your comments and support by offering an exclusive promo code to receive $5 off any September title of your choice. ($5 off discount code can be used only one time per customer.)

Use Promo Code*: BLOG0913 at checkout

1SOM-DIG1302_4

If you haven’t already, jump on the digital bandwagon with the autumn 2013 issue of Somerset Digital StudioThis beautiful, full-color publication showcases the best digitally created artwork from talented artists. Each issue contains fascinating and informative feature articles, a breathtaking gallery of reader-submitted digital artwork, a digital dictionary, a photo-editing software comparison chart, and wonderfully written and informative articles by leading digital artists like Traci Bautista, Anahata Katkin, and Jaya Suberg. These will not only teach you the best applications and programs used by professionals, but also teach you the tricks they use on their own artwork.

 

1JWL-1304_6

Fall into the sparkling array of artisan wearable art pieces found in the newest installment of Belle Armoire Jewelry! With a Designer Collection by Nora Rochel and a set of “Artfully Adjustable” necklaces from Staci Louise Smith that you can wear several ways, there is page after page of fashionable inspiration. Who doesn’t love jewelry? Add a handmade touch to your own collection for the perfect birthday or Halloween goody bag stuffer, and make sure you catch the lessons by Kelly Kuhlman on how to forge wire around handmade and vintage books.

 

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The autumn issue of Where Women Cook is filled with delicious foods, beautiful photography and truly touching stories. With everyone from writers to teachers to restaurateurs, the women in this inspiring issue share their advice for good cooking and importance of quality living. Patti Peck tells her story of the numerous peaks and valleys in her restaurant career and dishes on her latest success with Beachwood Café in Hollywood Land. Other feature articles include Susan Curtis and Nicole Ammerman of The Sante Fe School of Cooking; Ba Culbert of Seattle, Washington’s Tilikum Place; Paul Lowe of Sweet Paul Magazine; and Catherine McCord of the Weelicious blog.

 

022_PRI0913

Welcome to the Autumn 2013 issue of Prims! A wonderful issue packed with both spooky and fanciful Halloween-inspired artwork, along with whimsical, Christmas-themed creations. Each handcrafted piece not only captures a nostalgic and folk-art feel, but are also deliciously ragged, tattered, and lovable. This issue if filled with beautiful fall colors and dolls that are dressed in the best fall and winter holiday garb. Our newest issue also features a set of vintage-style pull toys by Joanna Bolton and perfectly tattered pumpkins by Mandy Fischer.

 

1APP-1302_1

The autumn issue of Somerset Apprentice presents work by top mixed-media artists Dina Wakley, Kate Crane, Priscilla Jones, Nancy Lefko, Donna Salazar, and more. This full-color 144-page publication provides a basic and thorough understanding of techniques with easy-to-understand instructions and close-up photos. If you’re like me, you sometimes need help to recreate these beautiful mixed-media pieces. Our From the Pros section offers essential tips and tricks from successful artists like Marah Johnson, Lisa Bowlin, Lindsay Ostrom, Julie Nutting and others with a peek into their creative processes.

 

1SOM-HOL13_2

Christmas, Halloween, Valentine’s Day, birthdays, and more – there’s always a reason to be festive with Somerset Holidays & Celebrations. If you’re looking to add a little handmade sparkle to your holiday season, look no further. Discover the beauty and the excitement of handcrafted holidays with pages packed with stunning artwork and great ideas – you will be set for the entire year! This gorgeous and sentimental publication is sure to become a part of your holiday traditions and will be your go to guide for amazing handmade gifts and décor.

 

040_SOM0913

You asked for it, and we’re giving our readers another look at The Freckled Army in the September/October edition of Somerset Studio. This is going to be one exciting Halloween season! Be sure to check out the sinister results of our Haunted Challenge, an Artist Profile on La Dolce Vita’s Caterina Giglio, an informative look at making Gelli Prints, and a breathtaking encaustic collection by Connie Freedman. Also, The Birth of Ophelia by Auralea Krieger welcomes you into this new issue. In addition to some of the best features we’ve had, Jen Osborn talks about her art journaling process, and Becky Shander shares beautiful artwork inspired by the seaside – the perfect cap to a creative summer.

 

020_TEN0913

The holidays are coming up faster than you think – learn affordable ways to surprise your family and friends with delightful ideas from inside this issue! From ghostly ghouls to happy harvests and sweet snowmen, Take Ten has you covered this season. We’ve added, for the first time, nearly 40 quick-and-easy holiday-themed cards to our repertoire, and this issue features one of our most popular design patterns ever — the flag template. Also spotlighted in this editon are a collection of cards featuring retro pin-up girls, sets of thank you cards  that will surely impress the recipient, a card set that puts the “sweet” in home sweet home, and a white pen highlight technique that you won’t be able to resist.

 

*Your Chance to Win!

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

1) Pick your favorite spread from above and share it with your friends on Facebook or Pinterest. Make sure you tag us!

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 September (Autumn ’13) issues: Belle Armoire Jewelry, Holidays and Celebrations, Prims, Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Digital Studio, Somerset Studio, Take Ten and Where Women Cook. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 09/30/13. Contest is open to U.S. and international residents and ends 09/30/13 at 11:59pm.

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