Blog Giveaway: Win a Brand-New Winter Title from Stampington

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we’re celebrating with a special glimpse inside our new December publications.  As snow capped mountains and fuzzy blankets make their debut, our repertoire of stunning winter titles unveil gorgeous photography and artistic inspiration on every page. Please join me as we explore more and learn how you can win your favorite!

Special Discount  $5 off any December title of your choice

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

Use Promo Code*: BLOG1213 at checkout

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Sew Somerset

Sew Somerset 2014

This December, we’ve stitched together a variety of vibrant, mixed-media projects in the newest Sew Somerset. From functional pieces like a wire and fabric wreath by Jennifer Swift and Sunny Carvalho’s collaged cuffs, to abstract painted and stitched art by Christina Romeo and Cat Kerr’s mini quilted fanciful dresses, you’ll learn how to incorporate sewn elements into much more than fabric by way of the innovative ideas found within these pages.

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Explore a memorable Designer Collection by clay artist Melanie West, and indulge in many winter-inspired jewelry creations hidden within the newest issue of Belle Armoire Jewelry. You’ll also uncover detailed tutorials on beading, enameling, and how to make beach pottery necklaces and resin trinkets. Reacquaint yourself with household names like Inez Dun, Kathy Thompson, and Kathy Combs; and join us as we welcome many artists new to the pages of Belle Armoire Jewelry, like Marcie Carroll with her unique Fidget Pendants.

 

Art Quilting Studio

Art Quilting Studio 2014

Cozy up with the winter edition of Art Quilting Studio and the variety of quilted features found in every shape, style, and color. You’ll want to blanket yourself in Lorie McCown’s Artist Portfolio, and revel in our Series Showcase on Jo Morphett’s “Thread Art Silhouettes.” This issue’s got everything covered – from ocean-themed art quilts “painted” with thread and Lindsay Ostrom’s quilted, whimsical wall hanging to Terry Stegmiller’s heartfelt free-motion heart quilts and Cynthia Minoli’s serene depiction of a breathtaking fabric sunset.

 

Take Ten

Take Ten 2014

The December issue of Take Ten is packed with quick and easy stamped artwork that is sure to make you swoon! From the ever-popular “clean and simple” style of card making, to cards that experiment with a combination of paint and rubber stamping, this issue has something for everyone. Find clever ideas for quick and easy gifts, as well as the return of our Masterboard department, which demonstrates a technique for shaving precious time off of your card making adventures. Be sure to pick up this issue of Take Ten, and get your New Year started off right!

 

Somerset Studio Gallery

Gallery 2014

From heartfelt denim hearts by Becky Shander to haunted Halloween canvases by Shannon Bundschuh, this issue of Somerset Studio Gallery has something for every type of creative mind. Cat Kerr shares a fun way to display art cards with her inspirational resin window charmers, and you’ll delight in Donna Salazar’s mixed-media collages that are full of texture. Be sure not to miss Kate Crane’s quirky and colorful art journal and unique, portrait pouches by Ella Wilson by reserving your copy today.

 

Where Women Cook

Where Women Cook 2014

This winter, indulge in good food and feel-good stories with Where Women Cook. Our newest issue takes you inside the home kitchens of Ingrid Hoffman, host of “Simply Delicioso” on The Cooking Channel and New York Times best-selling author Cheryl Najafi. Travel outside of the home to visit the talented Jennifer Hart, owner of The Love Apple in Taos, New Mexico and sisters Marnie and Lydia Clark, specialty shop proprietors of Cheese Cave.

 

Artists’ Café

Artists' Cafe

We’re unveiling brand-new features in the newest installment of Artists’ Café, including the addition of artwork from bestselling publications, Somerset Apprentice, Sew Somerset, Art Journaling, and Somerset Workshop. You won’t want to miss Hanne Matthiesen’s year of stitching project, the bright and brilliantly stitched art journal of Roxanne Padgett, or an up-close look at the portfolios of multiple top mixed-media artists.

 

*Your Chance to Win!

Take home your favorite December title by following these simple steps: 

1) Like or pin this blog post:




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 by commenting below.

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*Winner is selected at random.
*$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following (December  ’13) issues: Art Quilting Studio, Artists’ Café, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Sew Somerset, Somerset Studio Gallery, Take Ten, Where Women Cook. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 12/31/13. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 12/31/13 at 11:59pm.

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104 Responses to “Blog Giveaway: Win a Brand-New Winter Title from Stampington”

  1. Katie B says:

    I’m looking forward to learning how to stamp with paint. When I do it’s so messy looking.

  2. betsy skagen says:

    Just purchased somerset studio and somerset memories at barnes and noble and am excited to see take 10

  3. Thank you so much for sharing. I am very interested in checking out the stitched art journal of Roxanne Padgett. I will remember her name and check her out. I have done a little bit of stitching within my mini books and would love to do more.

  4. Cathy C says:

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/155514993356465545/
    I’m looking forward to seeing the shadowbox pendants in Gallery

  5. Hope Amen says:

    Looking forward to seeing articles by some of my favorite artists in the upcoming SEW Somerset issue.

  6. Patty Gracey says:

    I’d love to study the English Country spread in Take Ten. I love the color scheme and like the addition of non-paper items – and not just things you buy in a scrapbook store!

  7. I really am in love with the woodland princess necklace! I can’t wait for this issue, I think that necklace will be the first thing I create from it!

  8. Patricia D. says:

    Want to make the bracelets in Belle Armoire Jewelry. Thanks!

  9. Valerie says:

    I just reviewed the Dec. issue of Where Women Cook and they have a lavender and blackberry scone on image 4 that I’m looking forward to trying. I love scones and I heard you could cook with lavender but this will be my first attempt. Then check out the kitchen, oh my gosh who couldn’t be inspired when working in that space. Again Stampington has outdone themselves with the next issues. Thank you!

  10. The Take Ten magazine always intrigues me…so many ideas, so little time!

  11. Victoria says:

    I am looking forward to the year of stitching project in Artist’s Cafe. This is something I’ve been wanting to do and am sure this will be just the inspiration I need to begin.

  12. Carol B. says:

    The tiny dress stitchings from Sew Somerset peaked my interest.

  13. Cyndi Cesare says:

    I’m most looking forward to Layers of Letters in Artist Cafe because I found bags and bags of old love letters from 1917-1925 in the back of an antique car. I’ve had these letters for a few years and have always wanted to do something with them. I take them out every now and then to read and visualize the relationship that these two lovers had back then.

  14. Stephanie Goodin says:

    I can’t wait to see Christina Romeo’s work in Sew. I love her work!!

  15. Norma & Ronni Jane says:

    as always I’m very thankful for this opportunity to win one of your beautiful magazines! This month I would really enjoy seeing the profiles of the successful artists Kelly Rae Roberts specifically! I just purchased her flying lessons “the whole shabang” from her website & a signed picture of her art for my mom for Christmas. Both of us would love to see your Artist Cafe’.
    Thank you again & Happy Holidays, Norma & Ronni Jane

  16. Rea says:

    I would love to win Take Ten,I voted on that magazine cover and would love to learn how to stamp with paint. (my email in case you need it, nathansmom7@gmail.com)

  17. The Lavender Blackberry Scones in Where Women Cook really made me smile (as did all the other inviting pages shown), and made me want this issue!

  18. Susan Batson says:

    Sew Somerset inspires me to attempt new sewing and needlework. I love fabrics, trims, and all things sewing and needlework. Would love this!

  19. jean yates says:

    I adore the Woodland Princess Necklace by Kathy Thompson. She eloquently expresses the wild and fierce beauty which is a part of winter in the forest. Belle Armoire Jewelry is always inspiring to me!
    jean

  20. Marilyn Curttright says:

    Such a difficult decision, all of your magazines are just superb. But I’m intrigued by the Somerset Studio Gallery “New Year, New Start, New Journal” article. Thanks for the opportunity!

  21. Kory U says:

    I’d love to see any of these but I think Take Ten and Belle Amoire Jewelry would be very inspirational! All look good!

  22. Katie James says:

    Looking forward to a new issue of Belle Armoire Jewelry! Love to see what new materials artists are using… or what old materials they will use in a new and creative way!

  23. Karen W says:

    I’m looking forward to New Year, New Start, New Journal in Somerset Studio Gallery, as that’s exactly what I need to kick start my art in a new year.

  24. Becky J says:

    Wow, you had me at the intro photo for december’s Where Women Cook – gorgeous!! I am looking forward to reading about the “Cheese cave” shop as my girls, sis-in-law and I have a dream of opening an eclectic shop….swoon :) Thanks for the giveaway!!

  25. Lisa M says:

    I adore the artwork of Nancy Maxwell James, and her Bingo Cards in Sew Somerset are just stunning. Can’t wait to buy the new issues!

  26. KaySue says:

    I am interested in Where Women Cook to read about Ingrid Hoffmann and Joy the Baker, and also try out the recipes.

  27. Holly R. says:

    So looking forward to the new Belle Armoire Jewelry
    issue. Love the Woodland Princess necklace.

  28. I love so many of your magazines. In this list I would love reading Where Women Cook. The photo spread drew me in with the beauty of the enamel ware and greenery. Takes me back to when I was a little girl and my grandmother used enamel ware. I also love the quality of your photographs on each page of your magazines and in Where Women Cook, I know I would enjoy the recipes along with the photos and the stories that go with them.

    ♥Lee Ann

  29. oops, I forgot in my comment above to add my pin link: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/45810121183588724/

  30. Kelly says:

    i LOVE everything about you! pick one?? i can’t!

  31. Cassie Peters says:

    That Studio gallery spread looks amazing

  32. Kay Naugle says:

    I have such an awesome collection of a variety of your publications but I am always looking forward to the next Art Quilting Studio! I had the opportunity to meet Pam Carriker in Texas. I enjoyed her teaching, color palette, and techniques! Nice to see her work featured on your post!

  33. Amy says:

    Sunny’s freehand stitched cuffs look fascinating and those mini dresses are too cute! I can’t wait to read about both projects!

  34. Frances says:

    Well what can I say except the choice is difficult! I would love to see what Jennifer Swift is up to these days. Really like the look of Sew Somerset and Take Ten. Thanks for the chance to win.

  35. Jackie says:

    I love everything mixed media so the new Artists Cafe looks just delish! I would especially like to read about the Visual Poem article you have! Thanks for the chance! “)

  36. Debbie L says:

    I like the freehand stitched cuffs in Sew Somerset.
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/206813807862008512/

  37. Rosanna says:

    I really like the Artists’ Cafe. A lot of inspirational ideas in there! :)

  38. Kim McM says:

    The stitched and colored mini quilts in Art Quilting Studio look fun and do-able. And I always crave color in the midst of winter. Thank you for the giveaway!

  39. Stacy says:

    I am SO looking forward to reading the Artist’s Cafe! There’s something about the soft colors in the preview that are just so inviting! Warm, gentle, and somehow wintry at the same time.

  40. Kristina says:

    Oh, in the Artist’s Cafe, just everything – such beautiful artwork!

  41. marylouh says:

    Take Ten. A different point of view looks interesting. It’s hard to read the small print.

  42. Dawn V. says:

    Somerset Studio Gallery for Cat Kerr’s article on displaying art cards as inspirational resin window charmers. I always wish that I had time to work on an art journal and create art cards (and ACEOs).

  43. Jocelyn says:

    I really like the Artists’Cafe. It hard to chose which feature is the most attractive, but I am strongly pulled toward the Visual Poem article.

  44. Amanda W. says:

    Oh my gosh…I can not pick just one!! But the first one I go to is the Sewing. I love the stitched birds on the wreath, but look forward to reading about all the projects. The beauty of ALL your publications is that I LEARN so much about different techniques, and they introduce me to trying things that I never would have before! I love reading about the artists and finding new lovely blogs to follow. Thank you so much! My absolute favorite publication is Art Journaling, but it wasn’t in the picks above. Have a wonderful day!

  45. Julie Cordwell says:

    I’m really looking forward to learning new jewelry techniques – Belle Armoire looks amazing!

  46. Rowena says:

    I can’t wait to see the portfolios of top mixed media artists in the Artist’s Cafe.

    Mixed media with wax is my current addiction and the work stories of other mixed media artists keeps me inspired.

    Thank you Stampington!
    Rowena Meyer-Allen

  47. Danielle V says:

    Looking forward to reading the article “Layers of Letters” in Artist’s Cafe. I love the layout of the cover and can’t wait to curl up with the magazine and a cup of tea!

  48. Eileen Terhaar Clark says:

    I would love to win a copy of Artist’s Cafe because the preview pages called to me! The different techniques and takes on new ways to look at my art! The icing on the cake is the article by Kelly Rae Roberts! I just met her, but have loved her work from the first page I read in her book Taking Flight! I sure hope that I will be one of the lucky ones!!!

  49. Paulette Chiuppi says:

    Working to introduce something new into my mixed media pieces,and I am drawn to the Art Quilting Studio. The “Painting with Fabric and Thread” piece looks very intriguing. Thanks for this opportunity.

  50. Debbi says:

    Looking forward to the cover look of Take Ten….. Paint splatters! Thanks

  51. fonda rush says:

    i would love to see more “clean and simple” style cards in the “take ten” publication. i haven’t tried making these kinds of cards yet, so i am interested in seeing as many as i can.

  52. Melissa Kennedy says:

    I love the “Layers of Letters” from Artists’ Cafe; I’ve recently become slightly obsessed with old letters (bought um, a few too many off of ebay . . . ) and would love to see more of how they’re used in the gorgeous artwork here.

  53. kyla says:

    Oh, the Art Quilt magazine looks fabulous, especially the mini art quilts. It’s so difficult to get your magazines in the UK but I will be looking out for this one!.
    Kyla

  54. Judith Aitken says:

    I am torn between Somerset Studio Gallery and Artists cafe. I like the layer of letters but also the canvas of hope. Both are stunning and it would be great to learn the techniques. If I had to pick one it would have to be the canvas of hope.

  55. Kirsti Cook says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing the shadow box jewellery in the Studio Gallery and the lovely art journalling…tbh it ALL looks fantastic!! Xxx

  56. Evelien says:

    I’m looking forward to everything hope I can get it here in the Netherlands! Creative greetings Evelien Jalving.

  57. Kathy Wood says:

    I love both the Somerset Studio Gallery and the Artists Cafe. I enjoy getting inspiration from others and being able to see such diverse work in one place. Love it!!

  58. Jan Johnson says:

    I want to see the Art Journaling piece in Somerset Studio Gallery and the article by Christy Tomlinson!

  59. Ann Jobes says:

    I think the new year, new journal article would be interesting and motivating to read – I want to carve out time to create at least a little something everyday!

  60. Jo Urbani says:

    In Artists Cafe – Teesha, Kelly Rae and everything mixed media . What’s not to love?!

  61. Beth Figiel says:

    Favorite spread is Artists’ Café. Choose one? Impossible! I can’t do that so I will narrow it down to two. Seeing the visual eye candy of
    Kelly Rae Roberts and learning about something new to me with Cathy Cullis. ALSO just placed Somerset Apprentice Magazine on MY SANTA list. SANTA I’ve been good I swear!!!

  62. carol branum says:

    love winning and love your stuff,happy holidays!Carol branum

  63. Love the collections of fabulous creative inspiration on your sites, but clicked on English Country and Take 10, like the idea that we can be creative and pretty in a short space of time in our busy lives

  64. Vicki says:

    I love Somerset Studio’s winter issue, especially the spread on art journaling for the new year.

  65. Alicia says:

    Would love to see all the mixed media in the Somerset Studio Gallery.

  66. Debbie says:

    As an international subscriber – I’m looking forward to the day that any of the Take Ten magazines become available digitally!

  67. Terry G. says:

    Just purchased Sew somerset as well as Artist’s Cafe. Both so inspiring. Sew Somerset charmed me as always. I particularly liked the article by Wendy Brightbill, liked her work; and liked the article by Colette Copeland and have enjoyed her art in other issues by Somerset. Beth Leintz and Christina Romeo caught my attention too! I tend to savor all the articles though! Each has something to offer and inspire.
    I would love to get a copy of Somerset Gallery now!

  68. Annie froese says:

    I am looking forward to the article on Sabrina Ward Harrison! I have all of her books and find her to be an incredible inspiration!

  69. Laura Grabow says:

    I am looking forwarding to reading the article “Serendipity “in the Sew Somerset Magazine Thank you for the contest.

  70. Judi Pennington says:

    I would love to read the Inside Look about some of my favorite artists.

  71. brenda says:

    I am so drawn to the little stitched dresses! I would love to read that article!

  72. Barb Smith says:

    I am looking forward to everything in this issue of Artists Cafe but anytime I have the chance to read up on Teesha Moore brings me sheer excitement. I love her and her style and never fail to learn new things from her.

  73. Mary Ann Hurt says:

    I would like to look at the Take Ten magazine because it indicates it is going to show us how to do quick, clean, clear cards and pages. I do not enjoy putting a bunch of stuff on a page, I like the photos to stand out and the text to be read. So, I am anxious to see how you do cards and pages with a more clean look, less clutter, and quickly too! I am retired, but I have a lot of things I do and need to save time so that I am able to keep busy and play with other things as well as making cards and scrapbooks. So–quick, less messy, and classy is what I would like to learn.

  74. Christie says:

    I have a hard time choosing since they are all very inspiring to me to do something new artistically, but I am drawn more to Women who Cook and Take Ten, English Country. Thanks for the opportunity.

  75. chris C says:

    All the articles in Artist Cafe look interesting. I don’t think I could choose just 1!

  76. Denny says:

    Mixed media texture project sounds right up my alley.

  77. Laura Strack says:

    I am torn between Sew Somerset and Belle Armoire Jewelry. I have enjoyed Sew Somerset and already know how fabulous it is but I would love to see how that lovely Woodland Princess necklace from artist Kathy Thompson was created. It is lovely :)

  78. ruby t says:

    I really look forward to reading the Art Quilt Gallery on the Printing of leaf designs and stitching on top of those. That issue looks like a good one.

  79. Julia LK says:

    Fun! Love Somerset Magazines!

  80. Barbara F. says:

    I always look forward to take ten. The painting on cards article looks great, as it is something I have just started playing around with. I can’t wait to see what other wonderful work in the magazine will inspire me!

  81. Teresa R says:

    I want to read about the Clean & Simple card making project

  82. Kara says:

    I’ve recently started making cheese, so I am very excited about reading the article about the Cheese Cave in Where Women Cook.

  83. Robyn says:

    I’m really looking forward to learning how to make that stunning woodland princess necklace or seeing into Teesha portfolio.

  84. TinkieBean says:

    Love the eye candy of Artist’s Cafe and Somerset Studio Gallery…gorgeous color!

  85. Michele says:

    looking forward to New Year, New Start, New Journal in Somerset Studio Gallery.

  86. NancyLee says:

    Take Ten looks like it has ideas to last all year!

  87. Everything in Artists’ Cafe looks wonderful – it’s impossible to choose, but the poppy seed pod projects inspire me to think creatively about the other seed pods and natural materials to be found outdoors at this time of year.

  88. Lynn Martinek says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing artists’ Cafe’ the see what Teesha Moore, Mary Beth Shaw, and the other multi-media artists are currently up to. The Journal work looks amazing! So much detail and visual delights on every page! Makes me want to go to my art room and play! Going now!

  89. Lucy says:

    I will be waiting to sit with a coffee at my elbow to read the new articles about the bright and brilliantly stitched art journal of Roxanne Padgett, or an up-close look at the portfolios of multiple top mixed-media artists in the Artist Cafe.

  90. Carol L says:

    If I have to choose one, it’s Art Quilting Studio.

  91. Teri says:

    I’m still having a little difficulty feeling free in art journaling and keep studying the way different artists work writing and images together. Can’t wait to see Art Cafe.

  92. Inger says:

    I would love to read the article about “Layers of Letters”. If it’s as good as the pictures are beautiful it’s going to be something extra!

  93. Kris says:

    The Serendipity article in Sew Somerset looks like a beautiful project. I also love the neutral look of several other projects.

  94. Denise Bryant says:

    Looking forward to Take Ten’s Clean & Simple ideas!

  95. Maura says:

    Looking forward to reading everything in the new Artists Cafe, especially Art Journal feature.

  96. Lura Brown says:

    it is always so hard to pick just one magazine, yours are the best there are and i would be happy with any of them but since i have bought some of them already i would like the artists cafe. thank you for the chance to win. xoxo

  97. Debbie Kaste says:

    I’m looking forward to ‘Take Ten’ as I noticed my friend Lynne Moncrief has artwork in there. She does such lovely work and I’m always intrigued by what she does.

  98. stamping sue says:

    In the Take Ten issue there’s an article called under the sea. looks like a good one about stamping on canvas.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  99. Kelly Sas says:

    Being from Wisconsin “The Dairy State” and where cheese is at every meal I am very interested in the Cheese Cave article in Where Every Woman Cooks. BUT I LOVE every issue of Sew Somerset and I read every article word for word in each issue so I guess I have to say I really would pick this publication if I were to win because I MUST read Freehand Stitched Cuff!!!

  100. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    Can’t wait to read the Book Section in the Somerset Studio Gallery!

  101. I love the Clean and Simple and A Different Point of View projects in Take Ten. I would definitely be trying those out! Just found your website! I’m hooked!!!

  102. Pam Brown says:

    I love the bracelet in Belle Amoire Jewelry. It is something I would like to make. I love buttons and that is the most clever and interesting application using buttons.

  103. I’m looking forward to reading Sew Somerset! Those mini, stitched dresses piqued my interest. I also like the various textures, fabric and collage elements in the Freehand Stitched Cuffs.

  104. linda g says:

    Can’t wait for the Stampler’s Sampler…Tim, hearts and birds…all winners in my book! headed back to the blog to explore the contents of the other magazines….may need more than 1 magazine this month!

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Jordan Art Quilting StudioArtists' CafeBelle Armoire JewerlyFreebiesGiveawaySew SomersetTake TenWhere Women Cook ,,,,,,,,,

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we’re celebrating with a special glimpse inside our new December publications.  As snow capped mountains and fuzzy blankets make their debut, our repertoire of stunning winter titles unveil gorgeous photography and artistic inspiration on every page. Please join me as we explore more and learn how you can win your favorite!

Special Discount  $5 off any December title of your choice

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

Use Promo Code*: BLOG1213 at checkout

***

Sew Somerset

Sew Somerset 2014

This December, we’ve stitched together a variety of vibrant, mixed-media projects in the newest Sew Somerset. From functional pieces like a wire and fabric wreath by Jennifer Swift and Sunny Carvalho’s collaged cuffs, to abstract painted and stitched art by Christina Romeo and Cat Kerr’s mini quilted fanciful dresses, you’ll learn how to incorporate sewn elements into much more than fabric by way of the innovative ideas found within these pages.

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Explore a memorable Designer Collection by clay artist Melanie West, and indulge in many winter-inspired jewelry creations hidden within the newest issue of Belle Armoire Jewelry. You’ll also uncover detailed tutorials on beading, enameling, and how to make beach pottery necklaces and resin trinkets. Reacquaint yourself with household names like Inez Dun, Kathy Thompson, and Kathy Combs; and join us as we welcome many artists new to the pages of Belle Armoire Jewelry, like Marcie Carroll with her unique Fidget Pendants.

 

Art Quilting Studio

Art Quilting Studio 2014

Cozy up with the winter edition of Art Quilting Studio and the variety of quilted features found in every shape, style, and color. You’ll want to blanket yourself in Lorie McCown’s Artist Portfolio, and revel in our Series Showcase on Jo Morphett’s “Thread Art Silhouettes.” This issue’s got everything covered – from ocean-themed art quilts “painted” with thread and Lindsay Ostrom’s quilted, whimsical wall hanging to Terry Stegmiller’s heartfelt free-motion heart quilts and Cynthia Minoli’s serene depiction of a breathtaking fabric sunset.

 

Take Ten

Take Ten 2014

The December issue of Take Ten is packed with quick and easy stamped artwork that is sure to make you swoon! From the ever-popular “clean and simple” style of card making, to cards that experiment with a combination of paint and rubber stamping, this issue has something for everyone. Find clever ideas for quick and easy gifts, as well as the return of our Masterboard department, which demonstrates a technique for shaving precious time off of your card making adventures. Be sure to pick up this issue of Take Ten, and get your New Year started off right!

 

Somerset Studio Gallery

Gallery 2014

From heartfelt denim hearts by Becky Shander to haunted Halloween canvases by Shannon Bundschuh, this issue of Somerset Studio Gallery has something for every type of creative mind. Cat Kerr shares a fun way to display art cards with her inspirational resin window charmers, and you’ll delight in Donna Salazar’s mixed-media collages that are full of texture. Be sure not to miss Kate Crane’s quirky and colorful art journal and unique, portrait pouches by Ella Wilson by reserving your copy today.

 

Where Women Cook

Where Women Cook 2014

This winter, indulge in good food and feel-good stories with Where Women Cook. Our newest issue takes you inside the home kitchens of Ingrid Hoffman, host of “Simply Delicioso” on The Cooking Channel and New York Times best-selling author Cheryl Najafi. Travel outside of the home to visit the talented Jennifer Hart, owner of The Love Apple in Taos, New Mexico and sisters Marnie and Lydia Clark, specialty shop proprietors of Cheese Cave.

 

Artists’ Café

Artists' Cafe

We’re unveiling brand-new features in the newest installment of Artists’ Café, including the addition of artwork from bestselling publications, Somerset Apprentice, Sew Somerset, Art Journaling, and Somerset Workshop. You won’t want to miss Hanne Matthiesen’s year of stitching project, the bright and brilliantly stitched art journal of Roxanne Padgett, or an up-close look at the portfolios of multiple top mixed-media artists.

 

*Your Chance to Win!

Take home your favorite December title by following these simple steps: 

1) Like or pin this blog post:




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 by commenting below.

***

*Winner is selected at random.
*$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following (December  ’13) issues: Art Quilting Studio, Artists’ Café, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Sew Somerset, Somerset Studio Gallery, Take Ten, Where Women Cook. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 12/31/13. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 12/31/13 at 11:59pm.

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