Glimpse Inside September Issues: $5 Off + Chance to Win

Autumn, in all of its wonderful golden-orange glory, is upon us, and that means taking trips to the pumpkin patch, stocking up on candy for trick-or-treaters, and indulging in fun family gatherings. If you need homemade gift gift ideas or seasonal project inspiration, pick up Somerset Holidays and Celebrations,or discover countless must-try techniques in these new September issues.Find our newest issues at Stampington.com

 

We’re offering an exclusive deal to all of our wonderful blog followers. Use the promo code BLOG0914 and you’ll get $5 off any of our new September publications. Simply copy and paste the coupon code when prompted at checkout.

 

 

Somerset Studio Sept/Oct 2014

Somerset Studio Sep/Oct '14Paper crafting, art stamping, and the lettering arts are elevated to an artistic level in Somerset Studio! Join the celebration of these popular handcrafting styles in the industry’s most trusted and innovative mixed-media magazine, and learn about working with exotic papers, intriguing art stamps, fine calligraphy, and more from fellow artists. This issue shares an exciting Artist Profile on Andrea Matus deMeng, edgy packaging ideas by Kelli May Krenz, and the results of our Masquerade Challenge. Top artists will also reveal lessons in working in lots of layers, how to make the most out of a single color palette, and a fun paper towel batik technique.

 

Somerset Apprentice Autumn 2014

Somerset Apprentice Autumn 2014Our Autumn 2014 issue of Somerset Apprentice is bursting with wonderful works that are sure to inspire you. Featuring art by Laly Mille, Kristen Robinson, Becky Shander, Juliette Crane, and other talented artists, you’ll love being an apprentice to these gifted teachers as they walk you through their projects step-by-step. Learn how to create layered collages and assemblage art with detailed, close-up photographs and clear, concise instructions. Our From the Pros section includes tips and tricks from successful artists like Mary Beth Shaw, Jesse Reno, Kate Crane, Andrea deMeng, Teresa McFayden, and others. Don’t miss this jam-packed issue for a huge dose of creativity!

 

Belle Armoire Jewelry Autumn 2014

Belle Armoire Jewelry Autumn 2014Each 144-page issue is of Belle Armoire Jewelry is overflowing with exciting projects, such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and more. Autumn brings with it new fall styles and bold colors, including a gorgeous enameled bangle set, Cat Kerr’s Marie Oliver necklaces, and a stunning coral necklace. Our previous Designer Collection artist Kristin Oppold shares more of her knotted work, and Shari Replogle shares how to make decorative eye pins to inspire your future projects. You don’t want to miss Kathy Thompson’s crazy wire necklaces, or any of the new techniques and tips inside this inspiring autumn issue!

Somerset Digital Studio Autumn 2014

Somerset Digital Studio Autumn 2014Don’t miss this amazing issue showcasing some of your favorite digital artists, as well as new ones. We’re happy to feature the talented Louise Robinson and her Dreamluxe series; Rebecca McMeen, whose amazing work is always spectacular; iPhoneography superstars Nicki Fitz-Gerald, Bob Weil, and Edi Caves; and the awe-inspiring work of Jee Young Lee. This beautiful 144-page, full-color publication highlights the best digitally created artwork around. 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 more.

 

Take Ten Autumn 2014

Take Ten Autumn 2014As the days get shorter, there is no better time to get inspired for the prime card-giving season. In addition to our typical array of quick-and-easy stamping projects and colorful card ideas, we will have a designated holiday section — including Halloween, Thanksgiving, Season’s Greetings, and more — that offer tips to make cards that take less time than grabbing your car keys and driving to the bargain mart. Find tips for stamping on kraft cardstock, creating alluring gift tags, applying an ethereal inking effect, and more! Original articles features card themes ranging from chic and sophisticated to quirky critters designed from leftover patterned paper. This year forget about costly gifts, and give a personal and beautiful, handcrafted sentiment straight from the heart.

 Where Women Cook Autumn 2014

Where Women Cook Autumn 2014A shared love of food – whether it’s cooking it, talking about it, or eating it – brings people together. Join us for a culinary adventure within the pages of Where Women Cook. In this issue, we share the beautiful Nashville home of Rose Falcon, wife of country music star Rodney Atkins, and go inside New York Times bestselling author Danielle Walker’s stunning kitchen space. In addition to the breathtaking photography you’ve come to expect from Where Women Create, you’ll also get to peek inside the eclectic home of Brandy Harper, and be inspired with recipes from Gina Weathersby, creator of the online magazine 513 {eats} and author of “The Yummy Supper,” Erin Scott.

 

Somerset Holidays and Celebrations 2014 Volume 8

Somerset Holidays and Celebrations 2014 Volume 8Somerset Holidays & Celebrations Volume 8 has an array of beautiful projects in store for those who like to celebrate by creating art. Lucy Langlois shares her ingenious and stunning technique for making Christmas trees from crown molding; Shirley Hudson appeals to our nostalgic side with vintage-inspired, hand-embroidered ornaments; and Catherine Matthews-Scanlon honors home and the holidays all at once with her Christmas-themed plush houses. If you’re looking to create something a bit spookier, you’ll love Jill McCall’s ephemera-filled Halloween ornaments and Tina Haller’s skeleton-topped bottles. For those who crave something sweet, Connie Fong’s lovely mini-paper-dress garland is perfect for Valentine’s Day.

Somerset Holidays and Celebrations 2014 Volume 8

 

 

Prims Autumn 2014

Prims Autumn 2014

Prims exclusively features art inspired by a bygone era. Inside this exciting issue, you can find Michelle Christman’s needle-felted penguins, each wearing a festive red, green, and white knitted scarf — delightful carolers singing enchanting songs during the holidays. Marie Morgan shares her pumpkins with quirky personalities, and Sharon Stevens shows you how to create a Halloween witch with a pumpkin head dressed in a pretty frock. Rounding out the season are Renee Tousignant’s primitive snowmen and snowwoman and Mandy Fischer’s captivating Halloween dolls.

 

Your Chance to Win One of Our September Issues!

We’re giving away brand-new September issues to THREE lucky winners! 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 and tell us which issue you find most appealing and why.

 

*Winners are selected at random and will be contacted via email. *$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following 2014 September issues only: Somerset Studio, Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Digital Studio, Take Ten, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Somerset Holidays & Celebrations, Where Women Cook, and Prims. Discount code can be used only one time per customer, and expires 09/30/14. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 09/30/14 at 11:59pm.

 

Congratulations to Our Glimpse Inside Winners for the Month of August:

Shannon Bundschuh, Debbie Hight, and Kim Gaynor

 

The Bella Grace Blog Hop

The Bella Grace Blog HopJoin Becky Shander as she undertakes a journey of personal exploration, which takes her to her biological mother’s homeland, the beautiful Thailand. Visit Becky’s blog for a chance to win a copy of Bella Grace plus a gorgeous collection of brightly-colored antique hand-stitched trim.

 

Click here to follow the Bella Grace Blog Hop

 

 

 



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Posted: Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014 @ 6:05 pm
Categories: Art Dolls and Softies, Digital Art, Glimpse Inside And Sneak Peeks, Holidays, Jewelry Making, Mixed-Media Art, Stamping.
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45 Responses to “Glimpse Inside September Issues: $5 Off + Chance to Win”

  1. Jayne Krause says:

    I like the Take Ten issue the best, however, the other issues look good also. Thank you

  2. jennifer farnes says:

    i liked celebrations on facebook and left a comment. i also pinned it: http://www.pinterest.com/farnia/all-things-lovely/
    i love everything stampington. every. thing. wish oh wish this issue will find its way to me.

  3. Jani Howe says:

    The Somerset Holidays issue looks appealing to me, have been looking for a special project for this year, may find it in there!

  4. Fonda Rush says:

    Here is my link: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/178314466471282438/ to the jewelry. This is such a unique piece, and I would like to make it.

  5. LoriSW says:

    Here is my pin to the lovely Holidays and Celebrations, love it! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/124834220896464769/

  6. Kathy Bumb says:

    http://www.pinterest.com/bailey631/favorite-places-and-things/ I love Somerset Holidays. They always have fabulous ideas for the holidays or any day really.

  7. Donna Kalinowsky says:

    I like all the new issues but my favorite is Proms because of the snow girl doll on the cover.

  8. Vicki A. says:

    I like them all but the Prim is my favorite :)

  9. Karen L says:

    digitsl studios – making “real” art is messy

  10. Laura Strack says:

    I’m looking forward to the holidays this year. My sisters and I always try to get our crafty mojos together and create something festive. Receiving a copy of the “Somerset Holidays and Celebrations” would provide us the perfect creative jump start for our holiday project ideas. Thanks for the chance to win!

  11. stamping sue says:

    I like the take ten magazine…it’s always full of great ideas.
    I tried to do the facebook but not sure it worked. I’m a stamper not a computer person.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  12. Jane Corbett says:

    I love the snowman doll featured in Prims magazine. Her dress is gorgeous, with the lace overlaying the plaid. I also love her boots and her hat. I would love to win this issue. thank you.

  13. Sharon McDonagh says:

    Winning any issue would be such a treat, but since you asked for a preference, I’ll pick the holiday issue. I love all hokiday decor and making gifts. Crossing my fingers!

  14. Stevie Dickinson says:

    Somersets Holidays and Celebrations

  15. Stevie Dickinson says:

    is my cup of tea. I love crafting the witch dress and hat. more more.

  16. Shari Welch says:

    The holiday issue looks interesting. I honestly have to say I love anything you publish. http://www.pinterest.com/boutiqueunique/just-had-to-share/

  17. Carol Y says:

    I really like the Cargo Vessels, but I could only pin the cover: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/94575660900475847/

  18. Cydne Hawkins Wright says:

    With the holidays coming up, how could I not get excited with the cute projects shown in this issue?

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/42643527697348984/

  19. Kira says:

    I LOVE the where women cook! You can nearly smell the bread, the pages just look like they are smiling at the thought of fall just around the corner so they can really celebrate & shine. LOVE IT!!!

  20. sherry butcher says:

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/18999629653662821/
    THE Take Ten has cards I don’t make but could with the Magazine.

  21. Kay Wallace says:

    Just getting to know your magazine, so was pleased to post it to my “Making an Art Journal” board on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/119063983873931179/

  22. Sandra Cook says:

    Prims is my favourite!

  23. gwen jensen says:

    i love the take ten issues. i’ve been published in them before but more importantly i’ve been infinetly inspired by them

  24. Kathy S says:

    I like the Belle Armoire Jewelery -more great Christmas Gift ideas

  25. Roberta says:

    Take Ten will always be my go-to inspiration guide!

  26. Beth Figiel says:

    Pined and ordered the Autumn 2014 issue of Somerset Apprentice could NOT resist the $5 off! CAN’T WAIT!!!!
    http://www.pinterest.com/lovingit13/stampington-company/

  27. Beth Figiel says:

    I would Love the Somerset Studio Sep/Oct 2014 too! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/540994973961701013/

  28. lou downing says:

    Love all of your publications. Especially like the Belle Armoire Jewelry this time. I pinned but didn’t copy the link. :( Would love to own this magazine. Thanks for the chance.

  29. Christine says:

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/73816881368060932/

    Your Somerset Holidays and Celebrations looks like a delightful and inspiring issue. Your publications always have such beautiful pieces to be inspired by.

  30. Julia says:

    I love the digital imagination title and image…. funny that it reaches out to me even though I prefer non-digital creative time! I also love the first one, which prompted me to order my very first Somerset issue/publication ever. :) Would love to win something to see even more. Thanks for the coupon code and chance to win.

  31. Sandra H. says:

    I love the little winter white scrap houses in the new Somerset Holidays & Celebrations and would love to win this edition.

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Autumn, in all of its wonderful golden-orange glory, is upon us, and that means taking trips to the pumpkin patch, stocking up on candy for trick-or-treaters, and indulging in fun family gatherings. If you need homemade gift gift ideas or seasonal project inspiration, pick up Somerset Holidays and Celebrations,or discover countless must-try techniques in these new September issues.Find our newest issues at Stampington.com

 

We’re offering an exclusive deal to all of our wonderful blog followers. Use the promo code BLOG0914 and you’ll get $5 off any of our new September publications. Simply copy and paste the coupon code when prompted at checkout.

 

 

Somerset Studio Sept/Oct 2014

Somerset Studio Sep/Oct '14Paper crafting, art stamping, and the lettering arts are elevated to an artistic level in Somerset Studio! Join the celebration of these popular handcrafting styles in the industry’s most trusted and innovative mixed-media magazine, and learn about working with exotic papers, intriguing art stamps, fine calligraphy, and more from fellow artists. This issue shares an exciting Artist Profile on Andrea Matus deMeng, edgy packaging ideas by Kelli May Krenz, and the results of our Masquerade Challenge. Top artists will also reveal lessons in working in lots of layers, how to make the most out of a single color palette, and a fun paper towel batik technique.

 

Somerset Apprentice Autumn 2014

Somerset Apprentice Autumn 2014Our Autumn 2014 issue of Somerset Apprentice is bursting with wonderful works that are sure to inspire you. Featuring art by Laly Mille, Kristen Robinson, Becky Shander, Juliette Crane, and other talented artists, you’ll love being an apprentice to these gifted teachers as they walk you through their projects step-by-step. Learn how to create layered collages and assemblage art with detailed, close-up photographs and clear, concise instructions. Our From the Pros section includes tips and tricks from successful artists like Mary Beth Shaw, Jesse Reno, Kate Crane, Andrea deMeng, Teresa McFayden, and others. Don’t miss this jam-packed issue for a huge dose of creativity!

 

Belle Armoire Jewelry Autumn 2014

Belle Armoire Jewelry Autumn 2014Each 144-page issue is of Belle Armoire Jewelry is overflowing with exciting projects, such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and more. Autumn brings with it new fall styles and bold colors, including a gorgeous enameled bangle set, Cat Kerr’s Marie Oliver necklaces, and a stunning coral necklace. Our previous Designer Collection artist Kristin Oppold shares more of her knotted work, and Shari Replogle shares how to make decorative eye pins to inspire your future projects. You don’t want to miss Kathy Thompson’s crazy wire necklaces, or any of the new techniques and tips inside this inspiring autumn issue!

Somerset Digital Studio Autumn 2014

Somerset Digital Studio Autumn 2014Don’t miss this amazing issue showcasing some of your favorite digital artists, as well as new ones. We’re happy to feature the talented Louise Robinson and her Dreamluxe series; Rebecca McMeen, whose amazing work is always spectacular; iPhoneography superstars Nicki Fitz-Gerald, Bob Weil, and Edi Caves; and the awe-inspiring work of Jee Young Lee. This beautiful 144-page, full-color publication highlights the best digitally created artwork around. 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 more.

 

Take Ten Autumn 2014

Take Ten Autumn 2014As the days get shorter, there is no better time to get inspired for the prime card-giving season. In addition to our typical array of quick-and-easy stamping projects and colorful card ideas, we will have a designated holiday section — including Halloween, Thanksgiving, Season’s Greetings, and more — that offer tips to make cards that take less time than grabbing your car keys and driving to the bargain mart. Find tips for stamping on kraft cardstock, creating alluring gift tags, applying an ethereal inking effect, and more! Original articles features card themes ranging from chic and sophisticated to quirky critters designed from leftover patterned paper. This year forget about costly gifts, and give a personal and beautiful, handcrafted sentiment straight from the heart.

 Where Women Cook Autumn 2014

Where Women Cook Autumn 2014A shared love of food – whether it’s cooking it, talking about it, or eating it – brings people together. Join us for a culinary adventure within the pages of Where Women Cook. In this issue, we share the beautiful Nashville home of Rose Falcon, wife of country music star Rodney Atkins, and go inside New York Times bestselling author Danielle Walker’s stunning kitchen space. In addition to the breathtaking photography you’ve come to expect from Where Women Create, you’ll also get to peek inside the eclectic home of Brandy Harper, and be inspired with recipes from Gina Weathersby, creator of the online magazine 513 {eats} and author of “The Yummy Supper,” Erin Scott.

 

Somerset Holidays and Celebrations 2014 Volume 8

Somerset Holidays and Celebrations 2014 Volume 8Somerset Holidays & Celebrations Volume 8 has an array of beautiful projects in store for those who like to celebrate by creating art. Lucy Langlois shares her ingenious and stunning technique for making Christmas trees from crown molding; Shirley Hudson appeals to our nostalgic side with vintage-inspired, hand-embroidered ornaments; and Catherine Matthews-Scanlon honors home and the holidays all at once with her Christmas-themed plush houses. If you’re looking to create something a bit spookier, you’ll love Jill McCall’s ephemera-filled Halloween ornaments and Tina Haller’s skeleton-topped bottles. For those who crave something sweet, Connie Fong’s lovely mini-paper-dress garland is perfect for Valentine’s Day.

Somerset Holidays and Celebrations 2014 Volume 8

 

 

Prims Autumn 2014

Prims Autumn 2014

Prims exclusively features art inspired by a bygone era. Inside this exciting issue, you can find Michelle Christman’s needle-felted penguins, each wearing a festive red, green, and white knitted scarf — delightful carolers singing enchanting songs during the holidays. Marie Morgan shares her pumpkins with quirky personalities, and Sharon Stevens shows you how to create a Halloween witch with a pumpkin head dressed in a pretty frock. Rounding out the season are Renee Tousignant’s primitive snowmen and snowwoman and Mandy Fischer’s captivating Halloween dolls.

 

Your Chance to Win One of Our September Issues!

We’re giving away brand-new September issues to THREE lucky winners! 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 and tell us which issue you find most appealing and why.

 

*Winners are selected at random and will be contacted via email. *$5 off discount applies to purchases of any of the following 2014 September issues only: Somerset Studio, Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Digital Studio, Take Ten, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Somerset Holidays & Celebrations, Where Women Cook, and Prims. Discount code can be used only one time per customer, and expires 09/30/14. Contest is open to U.S. residents and ends 09/30/14 at 11:59pm.

 

Congratulations to Our Glimpse Inside Winners for the Month of August:

Shannon Bundschuh, Debbie Hight, and Kim Gaynor

 

The Bella Grace Blog Hop

The Bella Grace Blog HopJoin Becky Shander as she undertakes a journey of personal exploration, which takes her to her biological mother’s homeland, the beautiful Thailand. Visit Becky’s blog for a chance to win a copy of Bella Grace plus a gorgeous collection of brightly-colored antique hand-stitched trim.

 

Click here to follow the Bella Grace Blog Hop

 

 

 



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