Glimpse Inside New May Issues and Enter to Win Your Favorite!

Glimpse Inside New May Issues

glimpse inside April Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new May issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0516 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Willow and Sage

Glimpse Inside Willow and Sage

Get your skin summer ready with these simple and natural tips for exfoliation, moisturizing, bronzing, and more inside the summer issue of Willow and Sage. Get personal on your next product packaging project — we’ll show you how to use vintage newspaper, paper bags, and even finished coloring book pages. Just in time for summer, learn how to treat yourself to a hydrating strawberry watermelon facial, and mix up a homemade deodorant that’s chemical-free and full of ingredients to keep your skin nourished and odor-free. Get ready for more DIY bath and beauty ideas, such as a rosehip and ginseng face cream, an insect bite roll-on remedy, a kiwi skin brightening mask, chai tea soap, and much more.

Somerset Studio

Glimpse Inside Somerset Studio

In the latest issue of Somerset Studio, explore the Artist Portfolio of Jeanne Oliver, art inspired by the movie “Amelie,” and quirky vintage photos adorned with colorful handmade hats. Find tutorials for altered birdhouses that are perfect for spring, experimenting with encaustics, and weathered collages by Amy Wilcutt.

GreenCraft Magazine

Glimpse Inside GreenCraft Magazine

As the summer rolls around and the weather warms up, it’s the perfect time to go dumpster-diving for those recycled materials to incorporate in your upcycled craft projects — and to provide a little inspiration, we invite you to explore the new and improved GreenCraft Magazine! We’ve introduced several new and enticing departments, including a Green Profile (a look into an especially green company or artist), Green Basics (a how-to article about making your own paints with an accompanying project), and Green Tips from the artists (giving you insight from seasoned GreenCrafters). This issue of epic celebrations also features L.K. Roberts’ birthday kit, and other projects from artists on how to make birthday wrapping, cards, and fun party supplies from recycled items. Also, Ella Wilson presents her funky matchbox magnets, Michelle Lichter uses umbrella spokes to create stunning pot markers, and Linda Harder creates an adorable and functional bag from a worn-out dress shirt.

Artful Blogging

Glimpse Inside Artful Blogging

The Summer 2016 Issue of Artful Blogging will have you flipping through the pages again and again. Get a first-hand look at the photography skills of Tina Sosna at worteinbildern.blogspot.com and Nicola Taylor at nicolataylorphotographer.com. Discover the homes of Jana Roach at vintagewhitesblog.com and Mary Alice Patterson at chateau-chic.blogspot.com. Learn about Lori Plyler’s artistic skill and technique at blog.studiowaterstone.com, and explore the digital designs of Michelle Shefveland at cottagearts.net. There’s something for everyone in this captivating issue.

 

Altered Couture

Glimpse Inside Altered Couture

Find DIY fashion transformations inside the latest Altered Couture that will freshen up your wardrobe for the summer season. In this issue, Yana Dvoretska of YODSlowWear explains how to use food items straight from the kitchen to create dyed pieces of wearable art, and Lusia Flores shows how to transform vintage handkerchiefs into stylish tops perfect for warmer weather. Learn the basics of ice-dyeing from Marcia LaBant, make a festival-ready floral crown from upcycled materials with a step-by-step tutorial from Rebecca Hummel, and see the results of the Something Worth Saying challenge.

Prims

Glimpse Inside Prims

Experience pages full of primitive artwork and inspiring artists in the newest issue of Prims! Discover patriotic themes by Sharon Stevens, Wendy Campbell Klepper, Wendy Simon, Trudy Honeycutt, and Ginny Lettorale. Meet Karen Brady Hammontree’s summer parades and Rachael Kinnison’s Strawberry Banke and Pig. You won’t want to miss Bonnie and Clyde by Judy Smith, or Frankie, Nora, and Tessa by Penny Grotz. Pick up a copy today!

Where Women Create

Glimpse Inside Where Women Create

Whether it’s art, food, music, written works, or choreographed dances, extraordinary women know that the process of creating is as important as what ultimately gets created. That’s why extraordinary women pay attention to the details of their work spaces … making sure that they surround themselves with visually stimulating inspiration and unique organizational systems.

In this issue, discover the clean and serene studio of painter Carrie Bloomston, the eclectic creative space of jewelry designer Denise Hagood, the well-organized sewing studio of the women behind Simple Simon and Company, and the colorful, flower-filled workspace of floral designer Kiana Underwood.

Art Doll Quarterly

Glimpse Inside Art Doll Quarterly

In this issue of Art Doll Quarterly, we welcome summertime with Leslie Molen’s Summer Plum Rain doll inside Part 3 of the beautiful Four Seasons doll series. We’re also proud to present the spectacular work of Dawn Panttaja — her lovely ceramic lost dolls are sure to capture your heart. Ilisha Helfman shares how she transforms humble clothespins into art dolls, and master dollmaker Jack Johnston shares his first sculpt in several years — Grandmother and Laddie — in this tribute to his beloved grandma and collie. The results of our Dr. Seuss Doll Challenge are revealed, with artwork inspired by “The Cat in the Hat,” “Wocket in My Pocket,” “Zizzer Zazzer Zuzz,” and “Fluffy Blue Who” to bring a smile to your face. Other features include our Doll Artist Pofile with Doreen Kassel’s sensational work, and a large gallery of dolls created by our readers.

Enter Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away brand-new May 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 will be randomly selected for our magazine giveaway and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 5/31/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Sumer’16) issues only: Willow and Sage, Where Women Create, Prims, GreenCraft Magazine, Artful Blogging, and Altered Couture. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 5/31/16.

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48 Responses to “Glimpse Inside New May Issues and Enter to Win Your Favorite!”

  1. L. Coulter says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/64387469651391825/ I pinned my favorite magazine, Willow and Sage, at this link. Love the botanicals!!

  2. Karen in OH says:

    Somerset Studio was my pick to add to Pinterest. The “stitch & stash” article looked very appealing and got the old creative juices flowing in the stitching direction.

  3. I love all of your magazines! Especially Where Women Create…….so inspirational!
    :)
    https://www.pinterest.com/pegasis41/favorite-magazines/

  4. Wendi Unrein says:

    Well i am a die hard WWCreate fan and buy them all. Butttt i am starting to glance at the others for inspiration. I honestly have to say i like them all equally right now as i haven’t found my true niche yet.

  5. Dee says:

    Love them all, but fondest of Somerset Studio!

  6. Angela D says:

    I love Art Doll Quarterly, but would love to win a Green Craft.

  7. nancy dempsey says:

    I really like “Where Women Create”, but I’m also a die hard “Somerset Studio” fan! Thanks!

  8. Kathy S says:

    Rust, bleach and ice-dying all found in Altered Couture. Looks wonderful.

  9. Roberta says:

    I’m a sucker for Green Crafts! Love that one. But I’d be hard pressed to pick out my next fave — they are all so good.

  10. Julia D says:

    Somerset always has inspiring ideas for the crafter and I appreciate the quality of the magazine.

  11. Mabelle McCoy says:

    I love where women create. I also just picked up Sometset studio from Barnes and Noble.

  12. Brenda F-O says:

    I’d like to read Somerset Studio b/c it has a variety of articles on mixed media; and I already subscribe to GreenCraft!

  13. Mary Pendergrass says:

    I’ve loved Somerset Studio since I saw the first issue. It has changed over the years but it still inspires me.

  14. Karen says:

    I love all of your magazines! I have a very hard time picking a favorite — If I have to choose favorites I would choose between Somerset Studio, Greencraft, and Art Doll Quarterly.

  15. got to be Somerset Studios. My favorite all time pick.

  16. Sharon says:

    I pinned the quilted flowers. Check it out at sharon1220 under “items for the house” or some such lable. I think the flowers are a cute idea to use up extra quilt squares.

  17. Annmarie says:

    Love Where Women Create. So much inspiration in those pages.

  18. Elizabeth Lumsden says:

    The quilted flowers look awesome on Prims! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/59461657558946224/

  19. Sheila says:

    I chose Somerset Studio. Love all of the inspiration in each and every issue. I especially like the mixed media and assemblage and would love to see more of this type of art. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/78179743510733738/

  20. Ann says:

    I would love to read more about experimenting with encaustics and weathered collages in Somerset Studio. I pinned here, https://www.pinterest.com/pin/63331938488643128/.
    (P.S. I picked up the recent copy of Willow and Sage and it is so wonderful, thank you for such great publications.)

  21. Mary Cain says:

    I like them all but Green Craft is my favorite. So many creative ways to turn ordinary things into extraordinary art.

  22. Jen E says:

    I pinned the Artful Blogging spread here:
    https://www.pinterest.com/swxe/art-journals-themes-tips-techniques/
    Think I really need some quiet time this summer after a hectic college semester, and this just looks and sounds so peaceful!

  23. Kathy says:

    I pinned the Artful Blogging spread here:
    https://www.pinterest.com/kathybgannon/looooove-this-stuff/

    If you’re not familiar with these magazines, you need to be! Every one of them is a work of art and each has so many inspiration within its pages! I can’t wait for the newest edition each quarter!!!

  24. Somerset Studios my favorite…..love the collage ,the wings…..the variety of all the mixed media…..one can learn from different media’ s

  25. Sandra Webster says:

    I always love the new issue of Willow and Sage. The calming photos and interesting displays create a peacefulness just by looking. Love it!

  26. Sandra Webster says:

    I also love Altered Couture! It is always a challenge to take something you already have and turn it into something timeless and new. The ideas and photos from this magazine always inspire!

  27. Carla Hundley says:

    Pinned at this address:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/52846995606181482/

    Carla from Utah

  28. Pamela DePaul says:

    I love all the magazines but PRIMS is by far my favorite. I love the pictures and the stories of the designers. They make me feel like I can create if I only try. I used to make dolls years ago but got away from doll making but now I’m creating dolls again and this makes me very happy. Thanks for all the creative magazines you create!

  29. Marilynne Wasielewski says:

    Pinned it but my computer crashed, so I’m commenting instead…love Somerset Studio! It is so full of creative ideas for so many media. Never tire of reading it over and over.

  30. Tisa says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/494973815276883892/
    My bestie Grace moved away 15 years ago and is an avid quilter. I know she hasn’t read PRIMS so I’d love to win it for her so she’ll be inspired to send you samples of her work to see!

  31. You’re asking which child I love best…not fair! Artful Blogging is a wonderful gift of encouragement while Willow and Sage give lots of ‘take care of me’ instructions. But the one I’ve never seen, in person, is Green Craft…looks delightful!

  32. Laura says:

    http://pin.it/ZIgnICN

    I love this magazine! It always gives me great ideas for designing my dream studio. This cover is gorgeous and the typewriter is perfect here!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

  33. AK says:

    Where Women Create because I”m infinitely mesmerized by the magic found in every cubby & corner of the artist studio.

  34. Tonya Muller says:

    I liked Art Doll.Quarterly on Facebook. My true love is jewelry making but I wAnt to learn to make dolls

  35. Tammy Oviedo says:

    I love Art Doll Quarterly it’s a favorite of mine! Always has something I want to make! Thanks so much for great magazines!

  36. Sharon says:

    Decisions, decisions! So hard to choose…but I do love the winged ornament from Somerset Studio. Pinned it as inspiration!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/288089707392309440/

  37. Alison says:

    I love the magazine spread in the GreenCraft Magazine above. The spread is so colorful and it grabbed my attention! Thanks for the chance to win!

  38. Lynda Harley says:

    I have always loved Somerset Studio. The collection of articles on different artist and the pieces they create are so well written. The photographs are delightful. Total eye candy to spur on the creation of something huge.The covers are stunning, the pages filled to the brim with the most outrageous art! I appreciate each and every issue I buy at Barnes and Nobles!

  39. Lou Baker Downing says:

    I love all of your magazines and never throw them out. I hoard each of them! My favorite is Somerset Studio.

  40. Nancy Russell says:

    All your magazines are totally inspiring and wonderful! My favorite is Green Craft. I have enjoyed hour upon hour of looking at projects that you’ve shown. I get so excited and get right down to trying at least one or two projects that I’ve seen! Thank you for helping me continue exploring my creative side!

  41. Colleen Bammann says:

    Somerset Studio always has great ideas it is one of my favorite magazines you publish. Wonderful artists.

  42. Pamela DePaul says:

    My favorite is Prims. I love all the others to view and have eye candy but I love the characters created in Prims. I read every article twice and get inspired. I love dolls and the personalities they exit.

  43. blanca says:

    I love all magazines that stampington publishes. My favorites are where women create, summerset life & willow & sage. thank you for providing a place of inspiration for crafters.

  44. Lancia Lee says:

    I tried to submit a comment several times because yesterday was my birthday. I love Stampington publications, but when I became unemployed, I’ve not been able to buy them.

  45. Lancia Lee says:

    I love the jewelry mags, Where Women Create, & Gallery.

  46. Deborah Cornatzer says:

    Somerset Studio is my fave! Pinned it!.

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Glimpse Inside New May Issues

glimpse inside April Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new May issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0516 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Willow and Sage

Glimpse Inside Willow and Sage

Get your skin summer ready with these simple and natural tips for exfoliation, moisturizing, bronzing, and more inside the summer issue of Willow and Sage. Get personal on your next product packaging project — we’ll show you how to use vintage newspaper, paper bags, and even finished coloring book pages. Just in time for summer, learn how to treat yourself to a hydrating strawberry watermelon facial, and mix up a homemade deodorant that’s chemical-free and full of ingredients to keep your skin nourished and odor-free. Get ready for more DIY bath and beauty ideas, such as a rosehip and ginseng face cream, an insect bite roll-on remedy, a kiwi skin brightening mask, chai tea soap, and much more.

Somerset Studio

Glimpse Inside Somerset Studio

In the latest issue of Somerset Studio, explore the Artist Portfolio of Jeanne Oliver, art inspired by the movie “Amelie,” and quirky vintage photos adorned with colorful handmade hats. Find tutorials for altered birdhouses that are perfect for spring, experimenting with encaustics, and weathered collages by Amy Wilcutt.

GreenCraft Magazine

Glimpse Inside GreenCraft Magazine

As the summer rolls around and the weather warms up, it’s the perfect time to go dumpster-diving for those recycled materials to incorporate in your upcycled craft projects — and to provide a little inspiration, we invite you to explore the new and improved GreenCraft Magazine! We’ve introduced several new and enticing departments, including a Green Profile (a look into an especially green company or artist), Green Basics (a how-to article about making your own paints with an accompanying project), and Green Tips from the artists (giving you insight from seasoned GreenCrafters). This issue of epic celebrations also features L.K. Roberts’ birthday kit, and other projects from artists on how to make birthday wrapping, cards, and fun party supplies from recycled items. Also, Ella Wilson presents her funky matchbox magnets, Michelle Lichter uses umbrella spokes to create stunning pot markers, and Linda Harder creates an adorable and functional bag from a worn-out dress shirt.

Artful Blogging

Glimpse Inside Artful Blogging

The Summer 2016 Issue of Artful Blogging will have you flipping through the pages again and again. Get a first-hand look at the photography skills of Tina Sosna at worteinbildern.blogspot.com and Nicola Taylor at nicolataylorphotographer.com. Discover the homes of Jana Roach at vintagewhitesblog.com and Mary Alice Patterson at chateau-chic.blogspot.com. Learn about Lori Plyler’s artistic skill and technique at blog.studiowaterstone.com, and explore the digital designs of Michelle Shefveland at cottagearts.net. There’s something for everyone in this captivating issue.

 

Altered Couture

Glimpse Inside Altered Couture

Find DIY fashion transformations inside the latest Altered Couture that will freshen up your wardrobe for the summer season. In this issue, Yana Dvoretska of YODSlowWear explains how to use food items straight from the kitchen to create dyed pieces of wearable art, and Lusia Flores shows how to transform vintage handkerchiefs into stylish tops perfect for warmer weather. Learn the basics of ice-dyeing from Marcia LaBant, make a festival-ready floral crown from upcycled materials with a step-by-step tutorial from Rebecca Hummel, and see the results of the Something Worth Saying challenge.

Prims

Glimpse Inside Prims

Experience pages full of primitive artwork and inspiring artists in the newest issue of Prims! Discover patriotic themes by Sharon Stevens, Wendy Campbell Klepper, Wendy Simon, Trudy Honeycutt, and Ginny Lettorale. Meet Karen Brady Hammontree’s summer parades and Rachael Kinnison’s Strawberry Banke and Pig. You won’t want to miss Bonnie and Clyde by Judy Smith, or Frankie, Nora, and Tessa by Penny Grotz. Pick up a copy today!

Where Women Create

Glimpse Inside Where Women Create

Whether it’s art, food, music, written works, or choreographed dances, extraordinary women know that the process of creating is as important as what ultimately gets created. That’s why extraordinary women pay attention to the details of their work spaces … making sure that they surround themselves with visually stimulating inspiration and unique organizational systems.

In this issue, discover the clean and serene studio of painter Carrie Bloomston, the eclectic creative space of jewelry designer Denise Hagood, the well-organized sewing studio of the women behind Simple Simon and Company, and the colorful, flower-filled workspace of floral designer Kiana Underwood.

Art Doll Quarterly

Glimpse Inside Art Doll Quarterly

In this issue of Art Doll Quarterly, we welcome summertime with Leslie Molen’s Summer Plum Rain doll inside Part 3 of the beautiful Four Seasons doll series. We’re also proud to present the spectacular work of Dawn Panttaja — her lovely ceramic lost dolls are sure to capture your heart. Ilisha Helfman shares how she transforms humble clothespins into art dolls, and master dollmaker Jack Johnston shares his first sculpt in several years — Grandmother and Laddie — in this tribute to his beloved grandma and collie. The results of our Dr. Seuss Doll Challenge are revealed, with artwork inspired by “The Cat in the Hat,” “Wocket in My Pocket,” “Zizzer Zazzer Zuzz,” and “Fluffy Blue Who” to bring a smile to your face. Other features include our Doll Artist Pofile with Doreen Kassel’s sensational work, and a large gallery of dolls created by our readers.

Enter Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away brand-new May 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 will be randomly selected for our magazine giveaway and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 5/31/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Sumer’16) issues only: Willow and Sage, Where Women Create, Prims, GreenCraft Magazine, Artful Blogging, and Altered Couture. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 5/31/16.

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