$5 Off Coupon + Pin to Win: Celebrate 2014 with New Titles!

Enter 2014 with creativity on your side when you glimpse inside our brand-new January titles. From mixed-media mélanges and innovative art journaling ideas, to primitive artwork and new, unique trends on the jewelry scene – this month’s titles are sure to impress every type of creative. Please join me as we delve inside and learn how you can win your favorite one of the bunch!

Special Discount  $5 off any January title of your choice

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

Use Promo Code*: BLOG0114 at checkout

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The Stampers’ Sampler

 

Stampers Sampler 2014

Start your New Year off right by diving into the latest issue of The Stampers’ Sampler. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, our Stitched Hearts challenge is sure to inspire you to spread the love. Also included in this issue are the stunning results from our Bird Template Challenge and Mail Art Challenge, both of which garnered a huge and enthusiastic response from readers. And last, but certainly not least, our special Guest Artist Tim Holtz will be on hand to share some gorgeous cards and amazing techniques. Trust us, you do not want to miss this exciting issue!

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Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create Business 2014

Whether your business is small, large, or merely a dream just waiting to unfold, this issue of Where Women Create BUSINESS has useful guidelines that will help make it a success. From what it takes to run a quaint Bed & Breakfast in San Luis Obispo to what makes major manufacturers like Ellison – parent company to Sizzix – tick from its CEO Kristin Highberg, you’ll get useful advice that’s easy to apply to your own business in practical ways. We’re also very excited to reveal relevant tips from Annie Sloan, creator of Chalk Paint and founder of Annie Sloan Paints, as well as share insights from Mai Olivo, creator of Ruche, a vintage-inspired online boutique with a modern touch.

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Somerset Studio

 

Somerset Studio 2014

New Year’s Resolution #5: Make time to do what you love, make something with your hands,  and dream. Push your limits, and elevate your craft with the innovative paper crafting techniques inside January’s Somerset Studio. We want you to be inspired. From an Artist Profile on mixed-media and assemblage artist Crystal Neubauer to ways to rework old art, this issue gives every creative mind a fresh start. You’ll also find an interesting faux encaustic technique, take a peek inside OKLovely’s print shop, learn how to make paper from discarded teabags, and devour a striking palette of Bordeaux-colored artwork.

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Somerset Life

 

Somerset Life 2014

Make a resolution to infuse creativity into every facet of your life! There’s no better way to start living more artfully than with the Winter 2014 issue of Somerset Life. Tracey Leber shares how to turn a tool caddy into a functional storage piece for art supplies, and Monica Sabolla Gruppo offers her take on a portable studio. Those looking for smaller projects will love reading about how to personalize plain tea towels with a bit of ribbon and a rubber stamp. And as always, our “Creative Living Ideas” present simple ways to make everyday items extraordinary.

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Prims

 

Prims 2014

Revel in the simplicity behind each and every one of the primitive, handmade creations inside Prims. Tattered, weathered, and worn: You’ll delight in clay and cloth rabbits by Cheryl Foster, Hope Rayel Morgan’s nesting dolls, and Barb Moore’s family of rabbits, “Nana, Mamma And Squeak.” From Rachael Kinnison’s miniature bunnies to Candice Worth’s beautifully handcrafted Odesa Owl – this issue’s art will warm your heart and inspire your own creativity. Come join us for a number of primitive, handmade pieces, including artwork by Colleen Moody, Junker Jane, Andrew Dyrdahl, Paula Walton, along with many others.

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Mingle

Mingle 2014

 

The winter release of Mingle is our best issue yet! Climb aboard for a breathtaking bohemian wedding and a tutu-themed tea party for little girls. In addition to eye-catching photography of the most unique and artistic events, this issue also reveals a sentimental celebration of adoption with a “Gotcha Day” party, and how to throw a heartwarming wedding on an $800 budget. We’re excited to set sail and explore Pino Pie Days with Katherine Dunn, as well as share the creative details that make any gathering a memorable success.

***

Jewelry Affaire

 

Jewelry Affaire 2014

Kick off your New Year diving into our latest winter issue! Filled with delectable delights and stunning statement pieces, you will be mesmerized by the latest, innovative trends on the jewelry scene. Featured artist Marcy Mantle shares with us her journey in making jewelry, and shows us how to create our very own metal etched jewelry set. The washi tape trend has taken over the arts and crafts world, and Vanessa Spencer and Johanna Love are no strangers to this popular material. Creating their own variations of feather earrings shows that a roll of washi tape can go a long way. Watercolor art takes a big leap from the canvas to wearables, as Susan Chesley takes us on this new venture.

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Belle Armoire

 

Belle Armoire 2014

Absorb the stylish, winter fashions inside the newest edition of Belle Armoire. We’re tipping our hat to Amy Granville, millinery artist and this issue’s featured Designer Collection, as well as sharing darling fashions from Dawn-Younger Smith, the Boudoir Queen. Get ready to soak in even more artisan, wearable projects like how to make nuno-felted dresses, leather purses, felted purses, and hand-woven jackets, and don’t miss out on the results from our striking silhouettes challenge.

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Art Journaling

 

Art Journaling 2014

It’s a new year, and we’ve got brand-new techniques to share within the winter edition of Art Journaling. Uncover a transcendent Artist Portfolio featuring the spiritual artwork of Bebe Butler, and follow along with Roc Nicholas, as she uses striking color and imagery in her gratitude journal.  This issue also reveals a record of Lydia Velarde’s days that she journaled in her artist’s sketchbook, and you will definitely want to stick around to see how Brigid Gallagher Davies elevates everyday ephemera into art.

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Your Chance to Win!

We’re giving away a brand-new January title to one lucky winner! Simply follow these steps to enter for your chance to win:

1) Click on your favorite spread above.

2) Pin or “Like” that particular issue. 

3) If you pinned to Pinterest, share the link in the comments section below. If you “liked” on Facebook, tag us so we can see. 

4) If you don’t have Facebook or Pinterest, please comment below with which issue you’re most excited to crack open and why!

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Good luck! With Somerset Place love,

Blog Writer

*Winner is selected at random and will be contacted via email. *$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following (January ’14 titles) issues: The Stampers’ Sampler, Where Women Create Business, Somerset Studio, Somerset Life, Prims, Mingle, Jewelry Affaire, Belle Armoire, Art Journaling. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 01/31/14. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 01/31/14 at 11:59pm.

 

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66 Responses to “$5 Off Coupon + Pin to Win: Celebrate 2014 with New Titles!”

  1. Darlene says:

    Here’s what I wrote on my Facebook page:

    Check out the new issue of Jewelry Affaire – So many creative ideas!

  2. These look great! Thanks for a chance to win, I have shared my favourite – Somerset Studio – on Facebook.
    Happy New Year!
    Alison

  3. Mendy says:

    Art Journal…the perfect inspiration for the new year!

  4. Teddee Grace says:

    The collision of mixed media and scrapbooking sounds like a wonderful accident! I was trying to see more of the detail in that photo. Count me in…and thanks!

  5. Carolyn Williams says:

    Love Somerset Studio for creative moments!

  6. Tisa@SeattleRetro says:

    How did you know I’ve been stalking Tim Holtz?! He’s hard to find, so the Stamper’s Sampler is the one for me :)

  7. I pinned a photo from Somerset Studio. It is still one of my favorites!

  8. Velvet says:

    So many great ideas! Here’s my pin:
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/35254809556929869/

  9. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    Love them all but Somerset Studio catches my imagination. Mahalo for the op to win a copy.

  10. LaurieW says:

    I shared on pintrest here: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/268456827761755828/ Would love to win Somerset Studio. Thanks for the coupon, I can’t wait for Art Journaling to arrive!!

  11. Carol b says:

    Belle Armoire caught my attention with the felted items.
    Carol b( Cln crs)

  12. Micki says:

    So hard to choose between Somerset Studio or Art Journaling, but I pinned Art Journaling. Thanks so much for the coupon and the chance to win.

  13. Nancy J Burdge says:

    I pinned Stamper’s Sampler here http://www.pinterest.com/njbz/products-and-things-i-love/
    I also liked it on Facebook, excited about Tim Holtz in the issue.

  14. tina zappone says:

    Art Journaling is my favorite Stampington publication. With Christmas just behind me and five January birthdays and my niece’s baby shower, I won’t be able to treat myself for a while!

  15. Kim says:

    I pinned the Somerset Studio edition and Where Women Create, but my fave is Somerset Studio. I love looking at the pages and learning new things. Just flipping thru makes my brain awaken! Thanks for such wonderful magazines. They are all really great!

  16. Ceil Petrucelli says:

    I actually have a few favorites, but I pinned the Jan/Feb 2014 Issue of Somerset Studio because I’m a mixed media artist and always looking for new ideas and inspiration. Love your magazines!

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/361695413794882908/

  17. Becky J says:

    The Prims magazine looks darling…my fingers are itching to stitch :) Thanks

  18. Kelly Paquet says:

    I would love to win the Where Women Create business with the article about Kathy Davis!

  19. Robin Redd says:

    All of your magazines are just fabulous! I especially like Art Journaling…..

    ~Robin Redd

  20. Lisa M says:

    Definitely The Stamper’s Sampler; I am a huge Tim Holtz fan!

  21. Karen L says:

    hard to decide between the Art Journaling or the Somerset Studio – I always learn so much from either one, but I’m settling on the Art Journaling.

  22. Cheryl Estill says:

    Ok, lets face it…there’s NEVER a copy of a magazine that Somerset publishes that I am not excited to open! I LOVE them all. They are the most beautiful creative magazines I’ve ever seen! They inspire me to try new things…I pass them on to friends and family. Love them all.

  23. Judy Millard says:

    Can’t wait to read the new Stampers’ Sampler and the article by Tim Holtz!!

  24. Karen Ewert says:

    I am always excited to see what you have in Jewelry Affaire. The ideas are always so inspiring.

  25. Amanda Trent says:

    I can’t wait to pick up a copy of Jewelry Affaire. I’ve always wanted to learn how to do those bracelets by Jen Cushman.

  26. Ronni Jane says:

    I have been purchasing your Where Women Create Business since the first edition. So, it’s no surprise that I would like to win the most recent! Not for any specific article in it, just to follow and learn as much as I can about starting and having a business thru the advise of all the wonderful artists.

  27. KT says:

    No question, Art Journaling is my favorite. I am looking forward to the meditation article. Ommm…

  28. Dooreen Rousseau says:

    Love the issue of Art Journalling! Pam Carriker is so inspiring and I get so many ideas from this great publication.

  29. Peggy says:

    I pinned the newest issue of Stampers Sampler. It’s always exciting to know I can go to a wonderful LSS and pick up the latest issue so I can be inspired. Stampers Sampler and Take 10 are such superb publications. I am so pleased that you still publish real magazines for those of us who cherish going page by page.

  30. Carol Mc says:

    I love this magazine. I so look forward to the advice and seeing inside the studios and places of business. I pinned it: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/113082640617338515/

  31. Art Journaling – I am going to try a journal for 2014 and am looking for inspiration!

  32. Colleen says:

    Where Women Create is my favorite. Posted to Facebook telling all that this magazine is always filled with inspiration.

  33. jan metcalf says:

    Somerset Studio, love the scrapbook page with mixed media! She was reminiscing dance, I would nod to my sewing adventures!

  34. victoria ozanich says:

    PRIMS!!! I’ve been making dolls since 1982 and love this magazine. A new twist on my doll making! Who would ever have guessed that doll making could be this fun? I don’t feel inhibited when looking at these wonderful creations in PRIMS! Thank you!!!! <3

  35. gina says:

    I pinned a link to Where Women Create Business because I adore Kathy Davis and admire all that she has accomplished. #mentor #green w/envy #wwcbusiness

  36. Madelyn B says:

    Always look forward to Where Women Create Business – it has useful info plus motivates me to work harder at expanding my business.

  37. Sheila says:

    Such a difficult choice to make, but I pinned the January issue of Somerset Studio. Here is the link: http://www.pinterest.com/pilapost/stampington-stuff/

  38. jan says:

    Somerset Life. I’ve already purchased my 3 other fav’s. Art Journaling, Studio, and WWC Business. I’d already have Life but the store didn’t have it out yet! Yes……I’m a BIG fan and have been since the beginning when Somerset Studio’s binding was 3 staples! Remember that???

  39. lisa says:

    gotta love art journaling.. posted in FB and tagged you!

  40. Cynthia says:

    Love Somerset Life…always inspires!

  41. Thornn says:

    Got to go with Art Journaling! I’ve just recently discovered this title and have been busily tracking down all the back issues! This title has introduced me to so many artists and I am now a Memeber of several blogs just to keep up with each new development.

  42. Marie says:

    I have just placed my order for my Art Journal magazine and want to thank you for the discount! As for the drawing – oh my! so many beautiful magazines, but I’m going with Somerset Life, since I am always searching for creative living ideas!

  43. rosalie ogburn says:

    Stampers Sampler is my choice, especially since Tim Holt is one of the guest designers in this issue. He is amazingly talented.

  44. rosalie ogburn says:

    Stampers Sampler is my choice, especially since Tim Holt’s designs will be featured.

  45. I pinned this on Pinterest . I love Prims because I learn so many things and get a lot of inspiration.

  46. Carla Hundley says:

    Wonderful looking issues.
    I’s like a copy of
    Somerset Studio as I’m
    into scrapbooking and
    like learning about
    mixed media also.
    Carla from Utah

  47. Carla Hundley says:

    Liked on FB also.
    Carla from Utah

  48. Becca says:

    Somerset Studio get my vote–and that article is where my creative life seems to be headed!

  49. Sharon Gullikson says:

    http://stampington.com/publications/whats-new-coming-soon/Jewelry-Affaire-Winter-2014
    I think that I pinned it correctly, but if not, I’ll just say that I like the jewelry issue. I have been wanting to get into jewelry making…

  50. stamping sue says:

    I want to see the new Stamper’s Sampler with the bird template ideas. I sent in a couple but guess I didn’t make it but still want to see what everyone else did with the template.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  51. chark says:

    I liked Somerset Studio on fb!

  52. Andrea says:

    I LOVE Somerset Studio and I pinned it. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/133067363964081895/

  53. galia says:

    I love the Somerset studio, it looks wonderful, love mixed media.

  54. Patty says:

    Actually, all Somerset publications look fantastic but I’m going to start with Somerset Life
    http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/9f/8c/25/9f8c25c0ba032489397c35a5967a706f.jpg

  55. Karen Funk says:

    I would love to look inside Jewelry Affaire. I have a cuff bracelet that I would love to do some embellishing on and it looks like there are some beautiful ideas included in this issue.

  56. lynne says:

    I’ve pinned Prims and Art Journaling. Prims for the whimsical side of me and Art Journaling for the more practical side (I have a 6 minute journal for daily practice.) These publications inspire me to want to do much, much more.

  57. Dominique Steinke says:

    Love all the Somerset publications but Art Journaling is my favorite of all! Here’s my pin: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/215046950931031481/

  58. ruby t says:

    All of the publications are winners in my book!
    For picking one is hard…so Somerset Studio, The Stamper”s Sampler or Jewelry Affaire would be welcome.
    Thanks for the great ideas and publications.

  59. Madelyn B says:

    Can’t wait to read “When Scrapbooking and Mixed Media Collide” (Somerset Studio) as that is exactly what I’ve been trying to do in my work. Would like to become more proficient.

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Jordan Giveaway ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Enter 2014 with creativity on your side when you glimpse inside our brand-new January titles. From mixed-media mélanges and innovative art journaling ideas, to primitive artwork and new, unique trends on the jewelry scene – this month’s titles are sure to impress every type of creative. Please join me as we delve inside and learn how you can win your favorite one of the bunch!

Special Discount  $5 off any January title of your choice

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

Use Promo Code*: BLOG0114 at checkout

***

The Stampers’ Sampler

 

Stampers Sampler 2014

Start your New Year off right by diving into the latest issue of The Stampers’ Sampler. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, our Stitched Hearts challenge is sure to inspire you to spread the love. Also included in this issue are the stunning results from our Bird Template Challenge and Mail Art Challenge, both of which garnered a huge and enthusiastic response from readers. And last, but certainly not least, our special Guest Artist Tim Holtz will be on hand to share some gorgeous cards and amazing techniques. Trust us, you do not want to miss this exciting issue!

***

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create Business 2014

Whether your business is small, large, or merely a dream just waiting to unfold, this issue of Where Women Create BUSINESS has useful guidelines that will help make it a success. From what it takes to run a quaint Bed & Breakfast in San Luis Obispo to what makes major manufacturers like Ellison – parent company to Sizzix – tick from its CEO Kristin Highberg, you’ll get useful advice that’s easy to apply to your own business in practical ways. We’re also very excited to reveal relevant tips from Annie Sloan, creator of Chalk Paint and founder of Annie Sloan Paints, as well as share insights from Mai Olivo, creator of Ruche, a vintage-inspired online boutique with a modern touch.

***

Somerset Studio

 

Somerset Studio 2014

New Year’s Resolution #5: Make time to do what you love, make something with your hands,  and dream. Push your limits, and elevate your craft with the innovative paper crafting techniques inside January’s Somerset Studio. We want you to be inspired. From an Artist Profile on mixed-media and assemblage artist Crystal Neubauer to ways to rework old art, this issue gives every creative mind a fresh start. You’ll also find an interesting faux encaustic technique, take a peek inside OKLovely’s print shop, learn how to make paper from discarded teabags, and devour a striking palette of Bordeaux-colored artwork.

***

Somerset Life

 

Somerset Life 2014

Make a resolution to infuse creativity into every facet of your life! There’s no better way to start living more artfully than with the Winter 2014 issue of Somerset Life. Tracey Leber shares how to turn a tool caddy into a functional storage piece for art supplies, and Monica Sabolla Gruppo offers her take on a portable studio. Those looking for smaller projects will love reading about how to personalize plain tea towels with a bit of ribbon and a rubber stamp. And as always, our “Creative Living Ideas” present simple ways to make everyday items extraordinary.

***

Prims

 

Prims 2014

Revel in the simplicity behind each and every one of the primitive, handmade creations inside Prims. Tattered, weathered, and worn: You’ll delight in clay and cloth rabbits by Cheryl Foster, Hope Rayel Morgan’s nesting dolls, and Barb Moore’s family of rabbits, “Nana, Mamma And Squeak.” From Rachael Kinnison’s miniature bunnies to Candice Worth’s beautifully handcrafted Odesa Owl – this issue’s art will warm your heart and inspire your own creativity. Come join us for a number of primitive, handmade pieces, including artwork by Colleen Moody, Junker Jane, Andrew Dyrdahl, Paula Walton, along with many others.

***

Mingle

Mingle 2014

 

The winter release of Mingle is our best issue yet! Climb aboard for a breathtaking bohemian wedding and a tutu-themed tea party for little girls. In addition to eye-catching photography of the most unique and artistic events, this issue also reveals a sentimental celebration of adoption with a “Gotcha Day” party, and how to throw a heartwarming wedding on an $800 budget. We’re excited to set sail and explore Pino Pie Days with Katherine Dunn, as well as share the creative details that make any gathering a memorable success.

***

Jewelry Affaire

 

Jewelry Affaire 2014

Kick off your New Year diving into our latest winter issue! Filled with delectable delights and stunning statement pieces, you will be mesmerized by the latest, innovative trends on the jewelry scene. Featured artist Marcy Mantle shares with us her journey in making jewelry, and shows us how to create our very own metal etched jewelry set. The washi tape trend has taken over the arts and crafts world, and Vanessa Spencer and Johanna Love are no strangers to this popular material. Creating their own variations of feather earrings shows that a roll of washi tape can go a long way. Watercolor art takes a big leap from the canvas to wearables, as Susan Chesley takes us on this new venture.

***

Belle Armoire

 

Belle Armoire 2014

Absorb the stylish, winter fashions inside the newest edition of Belle Armoire. We’re tipping our hat to Amy Granville, millinery artist and this issue’s featured Designer Collection, as well as sharing darling fashions from Dawn-Younger Smith, the Boudoir Queen. Get ready to soak in even more artisan, wearable projects like how to make nuno-felted dresses, leather purses, felted purses, and hand-woven jackets, and don’t miss out on the results from our striking silhouettes challenge.

***

Art Journaling

 

Art Journaling 2014

It’s a new year, and we’ve got brand-new techniques to share within the winter edition of Art Journaling. Uncover a transcendent Artist Portfolio featuring the spiritual artwork of Bebe Butler, and follow along with Roc Nicholas, as she uses striking color and imagery in her gratitude journal.  This issue also reveals a record of Lydia Velarde’s days that she journaled in her artist’s sketchbook, and you will definitely want to stick around to see how Brigid Gallagher Davies elevates everyday ephemera into art.

***

Your Chance to Win!

We’re giving away a brand-new January title to one lucky winner! Simply follow these steps to enter for your chance to win:

1) Click on your favorite spread above.

2) Pin or “Like” that particular issue. 

3) If you pinned to Pinterest, share the link in the comments section below. If you “liked” on Facebook, tag us so we can see. 

4) If you don’t have Facebook or Pinterest, please comment below with which issue you’re most excited to crack open and why!

***

Good luck! With Somerset Place love,

Blog Writer

*Winner is selected at random and will be contacted via email. *$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following (January ’14 titles) issues: The Stampers’ Sampler, Where Women Create Business, Somerset Studio, Somerset Life, Prims, Mingle, Jewelry Affaire, Belle Armoire, Art Journaling. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 01/31/14. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 01/31/14 at 11:59pm.

 

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