6 Free Projects + Happy Thanksgiving from Somerset Place!

Thanksgiving Ideas

Happy Thanksgiving, from all of us at Stampington & Company to you and yours! 

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Thanksgiving how-to project

To thank our blog subscribers for following Somerset Place and to wish you a wonderful holiday, we’d like to offer you 6 Free Projects if you’re looking for last minute ideas to add pretty color palettes and a bit of rustic charm to your Thanksgiving tabletop!

1) Altered Baskets

2) Mini Name Cards

3) Paper Mache Pumpkins

4) Harvest Affaire Laminated Placemats

5) Harvest Affaire Pinecone Place Cards

6) Perfectly Wrapped Pumpkin Muffins

 

6 Things We’re Thankful For…

1) Our loyal blog subscribers who support and encourage us to always offer the most valuable and relevant content that you crave.

2) The amazing owners of Stampington & Company, Kellene and Jonathan Giloff, and our dedicated staff who always strive to make each day better than the last.

3) Another successful year of publishing the stories and artwork of incredibly talented artists from around the globe.

4) The ability to connect with so many creative people and companies through FacebookTwitter, and Pinterest.

5) The swoon-worthy new additions to our Shoppe this week that are perfect for holiday projects.

6) The precious time we will spend with beloved friends and family during the holidays.

 

We want to know: What are you thankful for?

 And again, Happy Thanksgiving!

Blog Writer

*Photography credit: Johanna Love
*Project Credit: Vanessa Spencer

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Posted: Thursday, November 28th, 2013 @ 8:00 am
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4 Responses to “6 Free Projects + Happy Thanksgiving from Somerset Place!”

  1. Lisa M says:

    I’m thankful to Stampington for inspiring me for so many years! I still remember the day I found the fourth issue of Somerset Studio at Michael’s. It was so new and different from anything I’d ever seen and I got very excited leafing through it at the store. I went straight home and called to order the previous three issues and enter a subscription and haven’t missed one since.

    It only gets better! :)

  2. Jen says:

    Great post, looking forward to reading more!

  3. selena says:

    merci pour tous ces magnifiques projets!

  4. Jen says:

    Beautiful ideas! I especially liked the pinecone place cards. I grew up with pine trees surrounding our garden and spent many happy hours playing and crafting with them. My group of students with intellectual disabilities recently made Christmas trees with some and they look lovely.

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Thanksgiving Ideas

Happy Thanksgiving, from all of us at Stampington & Company to you and yours! 

 ***

Thanksgiving how-to project

To thank our blog subscribers for following Somerset Place and to wish you a wonderful holiday, we’d like to offer you 6 Free Projects if you’re looking for last minute ideas to add pretty color palettes and a bit of rustic charm to your Thanksgiving tabletop!

1) Altered Baskets

2) Mini Name Cards

3) Paper Mache Pumpkins

4) Harvest Affaire Laminated Placemats

5) Harvest Affaire Pinecone Place Cards

6) Perfectly Wrapped Pumpkin Muffins

 

6 Things We’re Thankful For…

1) Our loyal blog subscribers who support and encourage us to always offer the most valuable and relevant content that you crave.

2) The amazing owners of Stampington & Company, Kellene and Jonathan Giloff, and our dedicated staff who always strive to make each day better than the last.

3) Another successful year of publishing the stories and artwork of incredibly talented artists from around the globe.

4) The ability to connect with so many creative people and companies through FacebookTwitter, and Pinterest.

5) The swoon-worthy new additions to our Shoppe this week that are perfect for holiday projects.

6) The precious time we will spend with beloved friends and family during the holidays.

 

We want to know: What are you thankful for?

 And again, Happy Thanksgiving!

Blog Writer

*Photography credit: Johanna Love
*Project Credit: Vanessa Spencer

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