Glimpse Inside May Issues and You Could Win a Free Magazine!

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Willow and Sage

Willow and Sage Glimpse Inside May



Come and celebrate a full year of Willow and Sage with us! With over 25 different recipes, gorgeous packaging ideas for handcrafted bath and body products, and beautiful Somerset-style photography, we’re certain that you’ll find all the inspiration you need to take up this unique craft. In this issue, we’re offering herbal tips on getting a good night’s sleep and lovely, aromatic concoctions for soaking your sore muscles, plus learn how to create a spa in a jar — just in time for Mother’s Day. We’re also showcasing creative ways to turn your tea stash into soap scrubs, sweet tub teas that even children can make, and even more innovative ways to use essential oils.

 

Prims

Prims Magazine Glimpse Inside May



Travel back to a bygone era with the nostalgic and folkloric dolls inside our summer issue of Prims. Dawn Tubbs’ Miss Liberty, Uncle Sam, and Dogs In the Boat, all come together to evoke sweet summer days, and the wonderful patriotic sentiments of Independence Day. You will also discover beautifully handcrafted creations, like the Ladies of Lickety-Split by Penny Baugh, Franklin Mouse by P.K. Gracia, and Penny Poppet by Rachael Kinnison. Don’t miss out on Donna Dobos’ Primitive Pineapple, Wendy Simon’s Scrappy Chickens, or Tammy Franck’s elegant birds. This issue is sure to be a page-turner!

 

GreenCraft Magazine

GreenCraft Magazine Glimpse Inside May



Summer is coming, and so is the latest issue of GreenCraft Magazine! In this new installment, you will find intriguing and inventive projects to take up your vacation time. Learn how to revamp an old T-shirt for maximum fun in the sun, create a notebook from recycled materials, and document all your summer adventures, and make a purse from scrappy leftovers, which is ideal for outdoor events. You’ll also discover how to use a burlap rice sack to make an apron and a set of shabby-chic bags, plus give old cylinder mailers a second life by turning them into delicate, feminine bottle holders. Don’t miss out on these and many other great summer projects.

 

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio Glimpse Inside May



Push your creativity to the limit with an array of never-before-seen features inside the summer installment of Somerset Studio.  Find the results of Ranger’s annual design challenge, plus follow along as Renee Stien shares ideas for making mixed-media décor. We’re also excited to offer an inspiring Artist Profile on Jessie Chorley, who tells magnificent stories through collage and embroidery. Don’t miss out on Sarah Westwood’s whimsical wax creations, and pick up a few techniques on how to use paste papers in new and exciting ways. There’s tons of inspiration to be found in this summer issue, so be sure to pick up your copy.

 

Altered Couture

Altered Couture Glimpse Inside May



Get the hottest styles just in time for summer with the latest issue of Altered Couture. This May, we’re bringing back some very skilled designers, like Nancy Romans, Margot Silk Forrest, Diane Aguilar, Brenda Greenfield, Wendy Bryant, and more, and introducing new names who offer interesting ideas and upcycles. You’ll learn three ways to alter scarves into tops, and new ways to repurpose camera straps, American flag shorts, and a jean pinafore. Find seasonal clothing and DIY inspiration for stylish kimonos, boho vests and bags, friendly fox pumps, and the perfect tanks for summer. Plus, we’re proud to reveal the results of the Modern Marilyn Challenge, where we asked artists to channel their favorite icon and alter away. Don’t miss it!

 

Where Women Create

Where Women Create Glimpse Inside May



Does your crafting nook need a new look? Find the inspiration to rejuvenate your studio space in the summer issue of Where Women Create. This issue is filled with the workspaces of talented and creative women like Debra Andriulli of Homespun Living, and Bethany Kramer who makes gorgeous pottery and ceramic sculptures. Also, don’t miss out on the artistic quarters of Betz White — designer, artist, and best-selling author. We’ll also drop in on Jona Thomson of Little Hill Farm, Beckah Krahula, Anne Freund, Melody Nunez, and many others.

 

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging Glimpse Inside May



Join us and explore a world full of creativity, heart-touching stories, and exceptional photography in the summer issue of Artful Blogging. Kayla Krajna’s shares the importance of having a creative outlet in a hectic existence, while Sara Charlesworth invites us to enjoy the romantic, dramatized moments of everyday life on her blog Chalk White Arrow. Learn how Julia Barger’s blogging journey began with the simple act of journaling, and discover Ashley Hallmark’s unique style and love for storytelling on her blog Ruby & Perry. We’ll introduce you to Anna Drozd’s unconventional blogging style on her blog Scrapowina, and immerse you in the ultra-chic world of Amy Schwager’s fashion-forward illustrations.

 

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly Glimpse Inside May



Welcome summer with this issue of Art Doll Quarterly! Our Doll Artist Profile features Valerie Bunnell, who infuses her figures with identities that blur the line between the real and the make-believe. We’re also delighted to present an article by Lisa Lichtenfels, who discusses techniques for creating realistic sculptures with fabric. Follow up on part two of Lillian Alberti’s behind the scenes peek at ODACA, plus don’t miss out on Girl Scout dolls by Maureen Regalado, vintage circus clowns by Deborah Bowe, and spectacular, miniature sculptures by Kristiina Meiner. Also, we’re revealing the results of our Black & White Challenge — from a dashing pirate to an enchanting fairy, and themes of unrequited love to dolls inspired by Emily Dickinson, these creations are sure to inspire.

 

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway for a Free Magazine!

We’re giving away a brand-new May issue to three lucky winners. Leave us a comment about which issue you can’t wait to get your hands on for your chance to win.

Winners will be randomly selected and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 5/31/15 at 11:59pm PST.

 

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Summer ’15) issues only:  Altered Couture, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Prims, Where Women Create, and Willow and Sage. Coupon code does not apply to Somerset Studio or Art Doll Quarterly. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 5/31/15.

 

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101 Responses to “Glimpse Inside May Issues and You Could Win a Free Magazine!”

  1. Patsy Tabbert says:

    They all look gorgeous but I’d have to choose Prims because I’ve never seen it before. Thanks for the opportunity!

  2. Susan Fake says:

    I can’t wait for the new Artful Blogging. So inspiring!

  3. Barbara M says:

    I would choose Somerset Studio. The variety of artful approaches is in sync with my interests.

  4. stamping sue says:

    Somerset Studio is the one for me! thanks for the chance to win this magazine.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  5. Ann says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on the current issue of ” Where Women Create”. I am always on the look out for fun and creative storage solutions and ideas. Love your publications.

  6. Cinthia says:

    sooo interesting

  7. Kim Gaynor says:

    I’ve always been a huge fan of Where Women Create, and I’d love to peruse a copy of Artful Blogging. I just can’t seem to find it in my area.

  8. Debi Siegert says:

    Art Doll Quarterly, article on Valerie Bynnell’s dolls, love them!!

  9. Dana Martin says:

    I think your PRIMS cover loos fantastic this month and would know I would eat up this issue in a heart beat if I won it.

    Thanks all,
    Dana Martin from Utah

  10. Renee Zarate says:

    Somerset Studio would be my pick. Can’t wait to see what Cat Kerr has created!

  11. Nancy Lorenz says:

    I love all your wonderful publications and I am subscribed to a few of them and pick up at Barnes and Noble several others as they come out. They are so beautifully done and I learn from each and every one. Somerset Studios is my absolute favorite, but right now I’m in the process of reorganizing my Studio and have been collecting issues of Where Women Create the past year to get ideas. I have gotten many and have incorporated some of the ideas with many to go!!! A little at a time, to make it just right!!! The ideas I have learned from others through your publications has been in the hundreds and Where Women Create in its self has given me many for my studio. I still need more an Thats why I would love to receive Where Women Create!!

  12. Nancy Johnston says:

    I’d like to see the Greencrafts magazine. For some reason I’ve never picked one up, and it looks like it has fun projects. Thank you!

  13. Sharon Howell says:

    I like GreenCraft Magazine the best of your spring releases.

  14. Kathy S says:

    I would choose Somerset Studio. The feature on monoprinting looks very interesting, as well as the Artist Profile on Jessie Chorley. Thank you.

  15. Patricia says:

    Love GreenCraft Magazine! Can’t wait to check out the Mousetrap Clips! :o)

  16. Myrna Ernst says:

    I love so many, but this month’s Greencrafts appeals to me!

  17. Judy says:

    I would love to feast on the new issue of Art Doll. I’ve not found one locally.

    Thank you for the chance.

    • Sarah says:

      You can order Art Doll Quarterly online at stampington.com, or you can try to find it in-store at Barnes and Noble, Joanns, or Michaels. Good luck!

  18. Cathy says:

    Somerset Studio, Art Journaling and The Apprentice are my favorite magazines.

  19. Maggy Everett says:

    I love Willow and Sage! This issue has an article on a spa in a jar-how fun is that! Should be another great issue.

  20. Linda Hudson says:

    It would be wonderful to have a copy of Willow and Sage- so beautiful and useful…..

  21. Karen L says:

    Somerset Studio – looks great!

  22. I look forward to seeing the new issue of Where Women Create. I think I have every one! I find so much inspiration from these women and their beautiful studio spaces. I read the entire magazine from front to back. Love Love Love!!!
    Thank You for the opportunity :)

  23. I just went to Country Living Fair and saw a demo on handmade soaps. I have ordered the tub bath teabags from Stampington, and would LOVE a Willow and Sage magazine!

  24. Kathy Bumb says:

    I adore Somerset Studio. I look forward to obtaining this magazine whenever it first appears. Love the fantastic projects.

  25. Michele S says:

    I’m torn between Where Women Create and Artful Blogging. I love both of them. But I would choose Where Women Create if I were to be so lucky to win a May issue.

  26. Debbie says:

    oh my!! all of your publications are a feast for the eyes :-)
    I especially love Somerset Studios…always packed full of inspirational goodness.

  27. Susan Sims says:

    Any issue is a delight! I can never let go of any I have bought. They are so inspiring.

  28. Susan Sims says:

    Any issue is a delight. I can never part with any I have bought.
    They are always inspiring.

  29. Lynn Allyn Worthington says:

    I’ve been thinking about art dolls lately and would like to try my hand. The Digital Studio is my current favorite and I can’t live without it!!

  30. Debara Power says:

    Thanks for the glimpse of Prims. Love the Ladies of Lickety Split!!

  31. Tabitha Klucking says:

    Somerset Studio would be my pick. Thanks!

  32. Tisa@ChicTiquesCafe says:

    Pretty sure my neighbor would like me to get my own Where Women Create magazine—she ‘loaned’ me some about six months ago & I’m ashamed to admit that I was curled up in bed last night still re-reading them because I find them so inspiring!

  33. Judy Rogers says:

    Where Women Create, it is very inspiring to read and see what other women create, how they started, their studios. That someone is living the dream! It is always uplifting to know there are so many avenues to use your artistic abilities and make money doing it! Love! Love!

  34. Ella says:

    I love Willow and Sage! I use to make soap and bath salts and this publication inspires me to try, try again~

    Thank you, for the chance to win~

    I would be happy to win any one of these!

  35. Kim Calvelage says:

    My fave for this month is Willow and Sage. May is always known for “pampering moms” month and this looks to fit every aspect of a mom pampering herself! I don’t know how long I can wait before I run out to get it!!!!

  36. I shop at thrift stores often so it would be awesome to win Altered Couture. Thanks for the chance!!

    Carmen L

  37. Lee Koopman says:

    Gosh, I have never seen Willow and Sage before and I would love a glimpse into this one though Altered Couture first took my eye. I love using herbs and essential oils and this looks like a publication I would really enjoy. Thanks for the chance.

  38. Sophia Vida says:

    I love all of your magazines!! Your publications are full of so many wonderful articles and inspirational ideas. But two of my favorites are Willow and Sage and Artful Blogging. It would be great to win either one of these issue. Thanks so much! ~Sophia Vida

  39. Joanne Thompson says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on Willow and Sage magazine. Always to some great ideas for making bath salts and other natural products. Love it!

  40. Susan says:

    Love the GreenCraft Magazine!

  41. Ti Bo says:

    Love projects in Willow and Sage…. will b checking to see if its in store tomorrow…forgot to check today ! But i cant wait til end of May to see it. ; )

  42. Gabriella Kohanyi says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on the current issue of Green crafts Magazine. I am always on the look out for creative ideas. Love your publications.

  43. MARTHAIA says:

    Altered Couture is one I enjoy reading when visiting my bff…

  44. annmarie says:

    I love all of your magazines!!! But, if given a choice of a free one, I would love a copy of Where Women Create.

  45. Vicki Wright says:

    I can hardly wait to see the new Artful Blogging! Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

  46. Kay Durrant says:

    I live in the UK and would give my right arm – no left I am right handed – for the availability of all these magazines here. I used to subscribe to some but the postage is prohibitive since I retired so am missing them a lot

  47. Dawn Massey says:

    Love all of the magazines but , Prims would be my choice. Thanks

  48. Rita Rousseau says:

    The Prims dolls are adorable and appealing. It’s been too long since I bought an issue; the time is now and all because of the dolls.

  49. jackie p neal says:

    Oh my goodness! I would love either Green Craft or Somerset Studio!! Treasures each and every one of them!

  50. M J Harvey says:

    Green Crafts it is! Your magazines are wonderful.
    M J

  51. carrol says:

    Would love any stamping ton publication but if I had to pick one….prims☺☺☺☺

  52. Pamela Margraf says:

    Have not seen a copy of GreenCraft Magazine and would love to win a copy. Thanks.

  53. Catherine G says:

    I love all of your publications! The ones here that I can’t wait to get me hands on are: Where Women Create – Summer 2015. I love to read about other artists creations and the spaces they use to find their inspiration. Somerset Studio May/June 2015 also looks absolutely delightful with many treasures to peruse and inspire!

  54. chark says:

    Those dolls look so cute! gotta see how they were made!

  55. ROBIN CALRK says:

    I CAN’T WAIT TO GET MY HANDS ON ARTFUL BLOGGING THIS MONTH, BECAUSE IT’S THE ONLY ONE I DON’T ALREADY HAVE……I LOVE ALL OF YOUR MAGAZINES!!!!!!

  56. Octavia Lewis says:

    I love all the magazines, just ordered several. I would love to have a closer look into Willow & Sage.

  57. Sheila says:

    Art Doll Quarterly or Green Craft – Use to subscribe to Art Doll and loved it, however I needed to cut back on my spending. Green Craft looks like an interesting magazine and I like to make items from recycling or repurposing items. Would love to win either of them.

  58. Victoria O says:

    PRIMS…due to my love of dolls! (And besides, my Inner Child is tugging at my pant leg for it!) <3

  59. Rosie Virok says:

    All of your publications are awe inspiring!!! I would enjoy receiving any of them. Such a wonderful opportunity.

  60. Rosanna says:

    LOVE the new Altered Couture! I’m big into recycling things and love to see different ideas of altering clothing! :)

  61. Teresa says:

    PRIMS! Love them!

  62. Barbara Moore says:

    I would love to win a copy of Green Crafts magazine. It would be so interesting to see this magazine and decide whether I would like to subscribe.

  63. NancyR.Allen says:

    I have always enjoyed all of your magazines, but Where Woman Create fascinates me. I would love to read the May Issue. Thanks for the chance.

  64. Susan says:

    Love all your publications! I think Where Women Create is such an inspiration to women of all professions, I have a room all to myself and when I open the door I feel like I enter into a fantasy I have created and left out the reality behind the closed door..(a requirement).

    • Sarah says:

      Sounds like you have the dream! It’s always nice to have a place to create where the rest of the world can be kept at bay.

  65. Neema says:

    While all of your publications are so beautifully presented, I am super excited about the new issue of Artful Blogging.

  66. Katie B says:

    green crafts want to read more about those mousetrap clips. They are stunning. Always love looking through where women create too.

  67. Jean Speake says:

    Definitely “Where Women Create” would be my choice. This magazine is both an inspiration and a how-to guide for me as I develop my “empty nest” space into my creative space!

  68. Debra says:

    I like Green Craft. I really enjoy repurposing things I can’t bear to toss.

  69. peggy says:

    Artful Blogging as I recycle the beautiful photos.

  70. Laurie says:

    Love Artful Blogging and it is my dream to be featured in it someday! So, until then I can enjoy all the wonderful blogs featured.

  71. Grace says:

    love, love, love where women create! I will be moving soon and need inspiration for my own room to create in.

  72. Robin Rose says:

    How to pick just one?!?! They all look amazing! Willow & Sage is filled with so many wonderful recipes, GreenCraft with my love of reusing things instead of throwing them away, Prim full of wonderful and beautiful creations…so hard to choose. My choice today is Prim! Keep up the wonderful job of bringing these awesome magazines to us..in print!

  73. Would love to get my hands on the “Where Women Create” magazine! My “art closet” is a disaster and would love to see what environment other creative women work in!! Thanks for the opportunity! :)

  74. jan metcalf says:

    Prims! The dolls are drawing me in!

  75. LuAnna says:

    I lovve Willow and Sage…. Spa in a jar, yes please !!!!

  76. Roxanne says:

    Oh My! its really hard to pick just one that I can’t wait to get my hands on! But I suppose my first choice is Prims.I love the sweet creations from muslin and natural fabrics and to see such sweet lil ducks and birds from cloth…Love them! :)

  77. michelle says:

    adore them all but would love the green craft magazine! thanks for the chance to win! ;)

  78. Emily N. says:

    I can’t wait to get the GreenCraft issue. I love that mousetrap project!

  79. Colleen Bammann says:

    GreenCraft has to be my favorite this time.

  80. Melinda says:

    I am waiting for Somerset Studio!!! The cover project is fabulous and I also want to learn how to do the monoprinting.

  81. Trish says:

    Willow and Sage! Love it!

  82. Kathy H says:

    I am a huge fan of Prims and have a subscription to Somerset Studio. I received this latest edition last week and it is awesome!! Thanks for all the creative inspiration. I love the great variety of styles and the art papers are a huge bonus!! Be especially blessed!!

  83. Pat May says:

    GreenCraft……..this issue looks so interesting and inspiring. My subscription ran out, I just renewed, but would love the May issue which I will miss!

  84. Suan J. says:

    GreenCraft ….love GreenCraft and this issue looks particularly good.

  85. Shannon McC says:

    Where Women Create could really boost my inspiration. I am indeed in need!

  86. jan b. says:

    It’s been a while since I picked up a copy of Somerset Studio. It would be enjoyable to spend some time perusing a new issue.

  87. Karen Daniels says:

    Willow & Sage is my all time favorite magazine. I look forward to reading the new issue every quarter.

  88. Artful Blogging magazine is my fave.
    I’m eager to read the newest issue.

  89. Sandra H. says:

    I have always enjoyed GreenCraft and this summer issue looks great!

  90. Lee Wallace says:

    Art Doo Quarterly, please! I’ve already two of the others!

  91. Magpie Sue says:

    I’m so happy to discover this opportunity is still available! I’ve been looking for the new issue of Prims at my local JoAnn’s. I’m guessing they haven’t received or put them out yet. I’d be just as happy to get it this way!

  92. Deborah Bowe says:

    I am thrilled and excited about the several, fun and resourceful variety publications that Stampington offers. I am a doll artist and I am a happy subscriber of the “Art Doll Quarterly”. I will be purchasing my copies of Green Craft and Prims soon as I love to draw inspiration from various sources and your magazines are filled with interesting articles, fascinating creations and talented artists. I hope you will expand your list of magazines available in the near future. I wish you all the very best and continuous success. THANK YOU!!!

  93. Joan Diaferio says:

    I have made many shawls, but have never seen one like the Dream Shawl in the May issue of Altered Couture. It is so beautiful and I want to make one with a free issue of this great magazine! Thank you.

    • Sarah says:

      Yes, I was amazed by the Dream Shawl as well. I have a lace tablecloth that needs a makeover and this might be the perfect project for it!

  94. Susan M. says:

    I choose Green Craft…lots of inspiration inside! I love the mouse trap!

  95. Kim Klintz says:

    OOh who could choose just one, but since I must, I pick Willow and Sage!! I can’t wait to WIN!!!

  96. I would choose Artful Blogging. I like many of your publications and that is one that I have not yet purchased this month. I would love to win a copy. Thanks for all the great publications and inspiration.

  97. Where Women Create is my pick. Every issue always inspires me!

  98. Colleen Bammann says:

    Somerset Studio has to be my favorite. Love to win it.

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Willow and Sage

Willow and Sage Glimpse Inside May



Come and celebrate a full year of Willow and Sage with us! With over 25 different recipes, gorgeous packaging ideas for handcrafted bath and body products, and beautiful Somerset-style photography, we’re certain that you’ll find all the inspiration you need to take up this unique craft. In this issue, we’re offering herbal tips on getting a good night’s sleep and lovely, aromatic concoctions for soaking your sore muscles, plus learn how to create a spa in a jar — just in time for Mother’s Day. We’re also showcasing creative ways to turn your tea stash into soap scrubs, sweet tub teas that even children can make, and even more innovative ways to use essential oils.

 

Prims

Prims Magazine Glimpse Inside May



Travel back to a bygone era with the nostalgic and folkloric dolls inside our summer issue of Prims. Dawn Tubbs’ Miss Liberty, Uncle Sam, and Dogs In the Boat, all come together to evoke sweet summer days, and the wonderful patriotic sentiments of Independence Day. You will also discover beautifully handcrafted creations, like the Ladies of Lickety-Split by Penny Baugh, Franklin Mouse by P.K. Gracia, and Penny Poppet by Rachael Kinnison. Don’t miss out on Donna Dobos’ Primitive Pineapple, Wendy Simon’s Scrappy Chickens, or Tammy Franck’s elegant birds. This issue is sure to be a page-turner!

 

GreenCraft Magazine

GreenCraft Magazine Glimpse Inside May



Summer is coming, and so is the latest issue of GreenCraft Magazine! In this new installment, you will find intriguing and inventive projects to take up your vacation time. Learn how to revamp an old T-shirt for maximum fun in the sun, create a notebook from recycled materials, and document all your summer adventures, and make a purse from scrappy leftovers, which is ideal for outdoor events. You’ll also discover how to use a burlap rice sack to make an apron and a set of shabby-chic bags, plus give old cylinder mailers a second life by turning them into delicate, feminine bottle holders. Don’t miss out on these and many other great summer projects.

 

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio Glimpse Inside May



Push your creativity to the limit with an array of never-before-seen features inside the summer installment of Somerset Studio.  Find the results of Ranger’s annual design challenge, plus follow along as Renee Stien shares ideas for making mixed-media décor. We’re also excited to offer an inspiring Artist Profile on Jessie Chorley, who tells magnificent stories through collage and embroidery. Don’t miss out on Sarah Westwood’s whimsical wax creations, and pick up a few techniques on how to use paste papers in new and exciting ways. There’s tons of inspiration to be found in this summer issue, so be sure to pick up your copy.

 

Altered Couture

Altered Couture Glimpse Inside May



Get the hottest styles just in time for summer with the latest issue of Altered Couture. This May, we’re bringing back some very skilled designers, like Nancy Romans, Margot Silk Forrest, Diane Aguilar, Brenda Greenfield, Wendy Bryant, and more, and introducing new names who offer interesting ideas and upcycles. You’ll learn three ways to alter scarves into tops, and new ways to repurpose camera straps, American flag shorts, and a jean pinafore. Find seasonal clothing and DIY inspiration for stylish kimonos, boho vests and bags, friendly fox pumps, and the perfect tanks for summer. Plus, we’re proud to reveal the results of the Modern Marilyn Challenge, where we asked artists to channel their favorite icon and alter away. Don’t miss it!

 

Where Women Create

Where Women Create Glimpse Inside May



Does your crafting nook need a new look? Find the inspiration to rejuvenate your studio space in the summer issue of Where Women Create. This issue is filled with the workspaces of talented and creative women like Debra Andriulli of Homespun Living, and Bethany Kramer who makes gorgeous pottery and ceramic sculptures. Also, don’t miss out on the artistic quarters of Betz White — designer, artist, and best-selling author. We’ll also drop in on Jona Thomson of Little Hill Farm, Beckah Krahula, Anne Freund, Melody Nunez, and many others.

 

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging Glimpse Inside May



Join us and explore a world full of creativity, heart-touching stories, and exceptional photography in the summer issue of Artful Blogging. Kayla Krajna’s shares the importance of having a creative outlet in a hectic existence, while Sara Charlesworth invites us to enjoy the romantic, dramatized moments of everyday life on her blog Chalk White Arrow. Learn how Julia Barger’s blogging journey began with the simple act of journaling, and discover Ashley Hallmark’s unique style and love for storytelling on her blog Ruby & Perry. We’ll introduce you to Anna Drozd’s unconventional blogging style on her blog Scrapowina, and immerse you in the ultra-chic world of Amy Schwager’s fashion-forward illustrations.

 

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly Glimpse Inside May



Welcome summer with this issue of Art Doll Quarterly! Our Doll Artist Profile features Valerie Bunnell, who infuses her figures with identities that blur the line between the real and the make-believe. We’re also delighted to present an article by Lisa Lichtenfels, who discusses techniques for creating realistic sculptures with fabric. Follow up on part two of Lillian Alberti’s behind the scenes peek at ODACA, plus don’t miss out on Girl Scout dolls by Maureen Regalado, vintage circus clowns by Deborah Bowe, and spectacular, miniature sculptures by Kristiina Meiner. Also, we’re revealing the results of our Black & White Challenge — from a dashing pirate to an enchanting fairy, and themes of unrequited love to dolls inspired by Emily Dickinson, these creations are sure to inspire.

 

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway for a Free Magazine!

We’re giving away a brand-new May issue to three lucky winners. Leave us a comment about which issue you can’t wait to get your hands on for your chance to win.

Winners will be randomly selected and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 5/31/15 at 11:59pm PST.

 

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Summer ’15) issues only:  Altered Couture, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Prims, Where Women Create, and Willow and Sage. Coupon code does not apply to Somerset Studio or Art Doll Quarterly. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 5/31/15.

 

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