Hot Off the Press: New November Issues!

Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, and Somerset Studio are just a few of my favorite titles that are making their debut this November! Come join me as we reveal a sneak peek inside this month’s iconic Stampington titles, and click here to subscribe to our blog if you want to take advantage of special savings: 

Special Discount  $5 off any November title of your choice!

We want to offer our blog subscribers an exclusive promo code to receive $5 off any November title of your choice. ($5 off discount code can be used only one time per customer.)

Use Promo Code*: BLOG1113 at checkout

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Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging November 2013

The winter issue of Artful Blogging takes you behind the screen to introduce the fresh, promising faces responsible for some of the most prolific blogs read around the world. Featured blogs include scrapbooker and photographer Maggie Holmes, mixed-media artist Junelle Jacobsen from Yes and Amen, and Brittany Watson Jepsen from The House that Lars Built. A feast for the eyes as well as the soul, you’ll be swept away by hundreds of full-color photos, including the beautiful images from blogger Kelly Saur, along with much more.

Where Women Create

Where Women Create November 2013

The November issue of Where Women Create brings you a creative and impressive lineup of extraordinary women to finish out another memorable year. Peek inside the beautiful creative spaces of Margaret Wrinkle, author of “Wash,” Nancy Quinn, and Creative Co-Op Vice President Tamra Bryant. Get a firsthand look at the School of Art Fashion, held by Martha Pullen, and the studios of artists Bettina Lancaster and Donna O’Brien.

Somerset Studio

somerset studio November 2013

 

Spend your time indoors this winter with a variety of must-try projects inside the newest Somerset Studio. Learn how to incorporate ice effects into your art journal pages, create mixed-media holiday gift-wrap, and use wax and plaster to make gorgeous handmade books. We’re thrilled to feature paper, collage, and digital artist Debrina Pratt as our Artist Profile, as well as some new takes on typical holiday color palettes. You also won’t want to miss the cozy and charming tea-themed artwork by Becky Shander or whimsical mixed-media necklaces by Cat Kerr, so reserve your copy today.

 Altered Couture

Altered Couture Nov 2013

Not only is our newest issue of Altered Couture full of fresh winter styles like revamped military jackets and Erica Felton’s high-end clutches made from leather jackets, but it’s also packed with spring and summer fashions you can get started on now: dresses, tanks, vests, and more. You’ll also find a gorgeous embellished tank from Krista Raak and the soaring results of our Fly-High Feather Challenge.

HandCrafted

HandCrafted Nov 2013

We’ve revamped the newest issue of HandCrafted to bring you over 250 of our favorite homemade projects for all occasions. Kate Crane shows how to art journal your year, Debi Beard shares an ensemble inspired by Betsey Johnson, and you’ll also discover how to make a clever photo holder with the help of Heather Anderson. For the first time ever, we’re introducing new green-crafting ideas, and this issue’s also chock full of gift ideas that are perfect for holiday crafting, along with a sweet, simple housewarming gift you’ll want to make for all of your friends.

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly November 2013

Just like Santa’s sack, the winter issue of Art Doll Quarterly is chock full of wonderful things! Beautiful dolls that include charming elves, snowmen, angels, and more, grace our pages to help inspire you for the festive season ahead. We also reveal the winners of our Song Character doll challenge with some fun doll replications of David Bowie, Cher, Dancing Queen, and Puff the Magic Dragon proving how much our readers love a good tune!

*Your Chance to Win!

Want to win one of these new titles? Simply follow these steps for your chance to receive your favorite November issue! Winner is selected at random and will be contacted via email by 11/30/2013.

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

2) Click on your favorite spread from above and you’ll be taken to that magazine’s description page. Browse through the images and pick your favorite one and explain why in the comments section below.

*$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following November issues: Altered Couture, Art Doll Quarterly, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Sew Somerset, Somerset Studio Gallery, Take Ten, and Where Women Create. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 11/30/13. 

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40 Responses to “Hot Off the Press: New November Issues!”

  1. debra higgs says:

    Love craft mags.

  2. Dana Cavanaugh says:

    I would absolutely love to win a copy of my favorite magazine: Somerset Studio! It’s a great source for techniques and ideas. Once I buy them I never throw them away.

  3. Susan Lyons says:

    Would love a copy of Somerset Studio. Interested in trying encaustic in collage.

  4. Lolita hayes says:

    How wonderful it would be to win a copy of “Where Women Create,” “Green Craft Magazine,” or “Where Women Cook!” I would be ecstatic to win any of these delightful magazines! I keep my copies all organized for future references. I ask for these for my birthday or Christmas presents too! PLEASE PICK ME!!!!

  5. Dawn V. says:

    HANDCRAFTED: I’d love to read the article by Kate Crane about how to art journal your year.

  6. Kelly Hogeland says:

    Your magazines are such a treat!

  7. Maria says:

    These look great…I just tried to use the code for the first time on Sew Somerset and I got an error and it would not allow it….any advice?

  8. amy harrison says:

    Handcrafted…I love everything in this magazine.

  9. Robin Redd says:

    Handcrafted! There are quite a few ideas in there I’d love to try and for sure I would read each article in there as I do with all of your publications I get my hands on! <3<3<3

    ~Robin Redd

  10. Candace Campbell says:

    I love all your magazines and my favorite part is always the index cause it teases you with what is in store. I would love the handcrafted magazine as I have not yet looked at that one. thank you

  11. Bonnie says:

    Altered Couture has been a favorite of mine..i’d love a free issue. Thanks for the opportunity via FB.

  12. Diana Pyeatt says:

    Somerset Studio please…it it one of my favorites! Thank you for the chance to win.

  13. Lora Gandy says:

    Love Somerset Studio and would love to add this November issue to my collection. So many wonderful ideas and projects. The cups collages are something I would love to make and work with.

  14. Cindy Holmes says:

    I would definitely have to chose Somerset Studio!!!! I have been a big fan of this magazine!!!!! As to what I thought sounded interesting in it there are so many like the matchbox gifts would be one for sure. Because I have been wanting to get into crafting with matchboxes actually lately I had even gone to the Dollar store to buy some packs of them for projects. I’ve been looking online to try to get some inspiration!!!!! Due to me being a stay at home mom recently my budget for crafting is pretty much zero so craft ideas like this one fits my budget perfectly. There was also another one for sure with lots of ribbon etc. but I couldn’t read what is was but the pictures looked really awesome!!!!!!

  15. Alicia Hayes says:

    I would love where women create ! My Cool Jack is published in this Somerset Studio. I love ALL of your magazines :)

  16. Laura Casey says:

    Somerset Studio !!!! With the weather getting cooler, I could use some fresh inspiration before winter sets in !!! Thanks for the offer to win a new copy of SOMERSET STUDIO !!!!!

  17. kelly dally says:

    They are all so delicious but I would love to try artful blogging.

  18. Kas Mello says:

    I love all the magazines…I could take a subscription to all of them If I won the lottery I would subscribe to them all and get any back issues and spend a week by myself just drooling.
    The Altered Couture magazine article of Gypsy clothing…hey you had me at Gypsy :)

  19. Corrine Davis says:

    Somerset Studio. I recently lost my stash of Magazine in a fire and would love a chance to win one.

  20. fonda rush says:

    i love “where women create”. it’s so fun to peek into others’ work spaces.

  21. Valerie says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on the Art Doll Quarterly! I had to do a double take on the cover art as I thought the Doll was a real person, it is stunning to say the least. The images within are all exceptional but what cought my heart is on image 3, the Visions of Wonder and am looking forward to reviewing the art and studying the article that goes with it. Thank you Stampington for enhancing my Art Doll experience!

  22. Linda Rahman says:

    I love all your magazines! To pick one favorite would be like picking one child over another as your favorite. Marie Antoinette was amazing and opened my world to the love of Marie that must have been buried in my soul as I had named both my girls Marie as their middle name and they are 25 & 35! But having said that, I would love a free copy of The Somerset Studio to read, re-read, inspire me and enjoy. Thanks for the opportunity! Keep on creating!

  23. eva Marklund Planeryd says:

    I love Somerset studio, but i love to try something new.
    Handcrafted can be a new fantastic experience.

  24. Lissa says:

    So reset studio would be my choice. I love your magazine, have had subscriptions to quite a lot of them, some still coming

  25. Lissa says:

    I should also proof my spelling gremlins, that was so reset studio

  26. wendymc says:

    Would love to win a copy of Handcrafted – adore Kate Crane’s work and would love to see the article on Journaling your Year! Thanks for the chance to win!

  27. Cindy Holland says:

    Wow, Handcrafted and Sommerset Studio are favs, have kept many and really enjoy them.

  28. Teddee Grace says:

    Every article in Art Doll Quarterly seems intriguing. I am particularly curious about using natural dyes and the anthropomorphic dolls.

  29. All of Somerset’s offerings continue to kick start my creativity. Always classy and innovative you keep nudging me into that great “zone” of making something unique and wonder filled. I especially enjoy the Holiday, Altered Couture and Jewelry Affaire. Thanks!

  30. Lori says:

    Just discovered “Where Women Create”. Reading articles about other business women was extremely inspiring. I create in my hair studio. Surrounding ourselves with beauty that brings us joy ( people, nature, and material objects)helps to keep inspiration flowing. So looking forward to the next edition!

  31. ,didi1959 says:

    I love Summerset Studio and thanks for the chance to win.

  32. I KNOW I would enjoy Somerset Studio! The Matchbox Gifties are so interesting, and fun looking. The box is a gift in itself. I want to read, and learn more!

  33. Angela NG says:

    Ohhhh.. Would love to stand a chance to win.. I’ve shared it via twitter..pls see link as below..
    https://mobile.twitter.com/pltinabox/status/397025739767156736

  34. Angela NG says:

    I love the reads inAltered Couture.. Is very inspiring.thank you for a chance to win..

  35. Patricia says:

    Handcrafted’s artcile Put A Pin on It by Heather Anderson has my attention! I have way too many grandchildren photos bursting out of albums that are rarely seen, because they are in coffee table book albums. This is a fantastic idea to share some favorites everyday!

  36. Laura Strack says:

    I would love to get my hands on Somerset Studio. It is filled with gorgeous mixed media projects that I would love to explore.

  37. […] buy a copy so you can hold my work in print alongside so many other fabulous artists! There is even a chance to win an issue (or to get $5 off!) at Somerset Place, the Stampington & Company […]

  38. mari says:

    would love a chance to get blissfully lost in and inspired by an issue of somerset studio. Was enthralled by the encaustic article and the matchbox gifts!

  39. Laura says:

    I love the work of Kelly Sauer and would adore a Artful Blogging. As a blogger, I find it keeps me inspired to surround myself with beauty. It looks like your magazine would be a good source for that :)

  40. Sue says:

    Somerset Studio please. Being new at mixed media, I have fallen in love with this magazine that I refer to as a book. They go on the book shelf and I use as reference material all the time.
    I buy Art Doll Quarterly already and it is always fantastic.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, and Somerset Studio are just a few of my favorite titles that are making their debut this November! Come join me as we reveal a sneak peek inside this month’s iconic Stampington titles, and click here to subscribe to our blog if you want to take advantage of special savings: 

Special Discount  $5 off any November title of your choice!

We want to offer our blog subscribers an exclusive promo code to receive $5 off any November title of your choice. ($5 off discount code can be used only one time per customer.)

Use Promo Code*: BLOG1113 at checkout

***

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging November 2013

The winter issue of Artful Blogging takes you behind the screen to introduce the fresh, promising faces responsible for some of the most prolific blogs read around the world. Featured blogs include scrapbooker and photographer Maggie Holmes, mixed-media artist Junelle Jacobsen from Yes and Amen, and Brittany Watson Jepsen from The House that Lars Built. A feast for the eyes as well as the soul, you’ll be swept away by hundreds of full-color photos, including the beautiful images from blogger Kelly Saur, along with much more.

Where Women Create

Where Women Create November 2013

The November issue of Where Women Create brings you a creative and impressive lineup of extraordinary women to finish out another memorable year. Peek inside the beautiful creative spaces of Margaret Wrinkle, author of “Wash,” Nancy Quinn, and Creative Co-Op Vice President Tamra Bryant. Get a firsthand look at the School of Art Fashion, held by Martha Pullen, and the studios of artists Bettina Lancaster and Donna O’Brien.

Somerset Studio

somerset studio November 2013

 

Spend your time indoors this winter with a variety of must-try projects inside the newest Somerset Studio. Learn how to incorporate ice effects into your art journal pages, create mixed-media holiday gift-wrap, and use wax and plaster to make gorgeous handmade books. We’re thrilled to feature paper, collage, and digital artist Debrina Pratt as our Artist Profile, as well as some new takes on typical holiday color palettes. You also won’t want to miss the cozy and charming tea-themed artwork by Becky Shander or whimsical mixed-media necklaces by Cat Kerr, so reserve your copy today.

 Altered Couture

Altered Couture Nov 2013

Not only is our newest issue of Altered Couture full of fresh winter styles like revamped military jackets and Erica Felton’s high-end clutches made from leather jackets, but it’s also packed with spring and summer fashions you can get started on now: dresses, tanks, vests, and more. You’ll also find a gorgeous embellished tank from Krista Raak and the soaring results of our Fly-High Feather Challenge.

HandCrafted

HandCrafted Nov 2013

We’ve revamped the newest issue of HandCrafted to bring you over 250 of our favorite homemade projects for all occasions. Kate Crane shows how to art journal your year, Debi Beard shares an ensemble inspired by Betsey Johnson, and you’ll also discover how to make a clever photo holder with the help of Heather Anderson. For the first time ever, we’re introducing new green-crafting ideas, and this issue’s also chock full of gift ideas that are perfect for holiday crafting, along with a sweet, simple housewarming gift you’ll want to make for all of your friends.

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly November 2013

Just like Santa’s sack, the winter issue of Art Doll Quarterly is chock full of wonderful things! Beautiful dolls that include charming elves, snowmen, angels, and more, grace our pages to help inspire you for the festive season ahead. We also reveal the winners of our Song Character doll challenge with some fun doll replications of David Bowie, Cher, Dancing Queen, and Puff the Magic Dragon proving how much our readers love a good tune!

*Your Chance to Win!

Want to win one of these new titles? Simply follow these steps for your chance to receive your favorite November issue! Winner is selected at random and will be contacted via email by 11/30/2013.

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

2) Click on your favorite spread from above and you’ll be taken to that magazine’s description page. Browse through the images and pick your favorite one and explain why in the comments section below.

*$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following November issues: Altered Couture, Art Doll Quarterly, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Sew Somerset, Somerset Studio Gallery, Take Ten, and Where Women Create. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 11/30/13. 

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