Get Published: December 2017 Calls and Challenges

December 2017 Calls and Challenges
Our Stampington publications want your submissions! If you are an artist or writer looking to have your work featured in one of our magazines, here are the December calls and challenges that our editors are looking for. We encourage you to submit your work again even if you have tried before. The following magazines have upcoming deadlines of December 15th (unless otherwise noted), so this is your chance to see your name in print and get published!

Plus, we’re adding a brand-new sister publication to Bella Grace — Bella Grace New Generation! Be a part of the inaugural issue and submit your articles or photography to reach a whole new generation of dreamers and magic makers. See the complete details under the Bella Grace section of this post.

Have questions about submitting your artwork? Please leave a comment below and we’d be happy to help!


Altered Couture banner

Altered Couture Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Richelle Westfall

A hand-me-down sweater … a raggedy old skirt from the thrift store … a plain T-shirt … all of these items can be repurposed into new, fashionable finds with just a few tools and a little creativity. We invite you to submit your own altered and embellished clothing items to be considered for publication in Altered Couture. Items published in the past include skirts, dresses, pants, tops, jackets, vests, shoes, and accessories.

Please submit a “before” photo along with your altered creation, if available. Photos and illustrations showing your process are also strongly encouraged. We also encourage you to submit to our challenges below.
Deadline: December 15th

Challenges

Pretty in Patchwork
Most sewing areas — be it an actual room, a corner, or a dining room table in between meals — have a designated spot where leftover scraps of fabrics are thrown and often forgotten. Maybe it’s a specific bin, a labeled drawer, or a corner of the table. We want to see these lonely leftover fabric pieces, as well as those found in local thrift/antique stores, transformed into eye-catching patchwork designs. You could use the element as a detail to embellish a denim jacket or to lengthen a dress. With reconstruction options galore, we challenge you to upcycle garments, accessories, or shoes with your favorite patchwork patterns. We’re talking mixing prints, complementary and contrasting colors, maybe even adding a dip dye effect, and so forth. Creativity is the key here, and we can’t wait to see your designs come to life!
Deadline: December 15, 2017

Submission Guidelines

Art Doll Quarterly banner

Art Doll Quarterly Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Annie Wahl

Challenges

Ahoy Matey!
Pirates have always gotten a bad rap. These violent tough guys who attack and rob ships at sea are pretty despicable fellas, nonetheless we’ve always been fascinated with them. From the pirates in Peter Pan to Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow to Blackbeard, we know you can come up with some creative dolls for this theme. Do a little research, choose a character, or let your imagination go wild. Whether you make a wench, a pirate, or anything related, we want to see what you can create! Results will be published in our Summer 2018 Issue.
Deadline: December 15, 2017

Tips for Getting Published | Submitting Doll Photographs

Submission Guidelines

 

Artful Blogging banner

Artful Blogging Calls and Challenges

~Photography by Joy Sussman

Let Artful Blogging be your guide as you discover a world filled with visual delights from today’s most inspirational artists, writers, and photographers. In their own words, read how blogging fits into the creative lives of artists and creative souls like yourself. Filled with full-color photography, illustration, mixed-media and assemblage, fabric and vintage artwork — whether or not you have a blog of your own, you will find no richer landscape to spark your own creative fires.

Artful Blogging is a quarterly publication. If you are the creator of a blog or know of one that you think other creative minds would like to know about, please send a letter of interest to the Managing Editor, at artfulblogging@stampington.com.

Deadline for submissions to be received: December 15th

Click here to download our guide for submitting photographs. It will also show you how to convert images to the correct size and resolution for this publication.

Submission Guidelines

Bella Grace Calls and Challenges

Bella Grace Calls and Challenges

~Photograph by Katie Jensen

Bella Grace is a print publication devoted to discovering magic in the ordinary. Our aim is to touch the souls of our readers through beautifully penned stories and striking photographs that capture life’s beautiful adventure.

At Bella Grace, we believe that:

  • Every cloud has a silver lining.
  • An ordinary life can be an extraordinary life.
  • There is beauty and magic to be found everywhere.
  • It’s OK to embrace imperfection.
  • Life should be lived with a full heart and open eyes.

Bella Grace is currently seeking submissions from writers and photographer

What We Are Looking For

Narratives
We are currently looking for original narratives and poetry that focus on the idea that “life is a beautiful adventure.” Submitted work can be about simple pleasures, life lessons learned, slowing down, embracing your authentic self, and more. Written submissions can include accompanying photography, but we will also pair writers up with photographers if necessary.

Photography
Picture submissions should capture the spirit of Bella Grace. They should depict simple moments, bits of romance, feelings of happiness, etc. Photography can be submitted on its own and will be considered for use with narratives or as the background for some of the quotes featured throughout the book.

Lists
Who doesn’t love making a great list? Creating lists can be a very effective and inspiring form of writing. They’re also incredibly fun to read! We aren’t looking for your grocery list; we’re looking for your life lists. A few ideas include 10 Ways to Turn a Day Around, 5 Times I Laughed Uncontrollably, and 15 Things I’d Tell My 15-Year-Old Self. Make it funny, make it sweet … the choice is yours.

Instagram Collections
Who doesn’t love Instagram? As artists and creatives, it’s such a great way to beautifully share our days with others. It also serves as a diary to help us document our days. In each issue of Bella Grace we feature a few Instagram collections. We’re now opening this up to submissions! All you need to do is send 15 images that you feel capture your Instagram and a statement about what living a Bella Grace life means to you to bellagrace@stampington.com. If selected, you will need to provide high-resolution images that can be printed at 5″ x 5″, 300 dpi.

Ideas To Get You Started

We are happy to receive general submissions, but in case you need a few ideas to get you started, we are also looking for responses (photographic or written or both) to the following prompts:

Stories of Self-Love
Most of us have our own bag of tricks we turn to when we need to show ourselves a little love and kindness. For our editor-in-chief, it’s a quiet night spent under her very favorite blanket and the first book in the Harry Potter series. It never fails to brighten her spirits. What is it you turn to? What’s your recipe for self-love? (Lists and narratives accepted.)

Small, Random Acts of Kindness
It’s been said that you never know what another person might be going through, so it’s important to be kind with everyone. A small gesture, such as a flower placed on a car windshield or an anonymous note left for someone to find, can make a huge impact. For an upcoming issue of Bella Grace, we are hoping to gather as many ideas for committing random acts of kindness as we possibly can. Furthermore, if you have a story to share about the impact an act of kindness has had on you, we’d love to hear it.

You in a Song
Wouldn’t it be great to have a theme song for yourself? One that would be played as though you were in a movie? Here in our office, we’ve been asking each other what a song about them would sound like, and what lyrics it would contain. Now, we want to issue the same question to you. If someone wrote a song about you, what would the lyrics be?

Super Sassy Bios
One of the most challenging assignments can be to write a biography for yourself. No matter how short the requirement, the task can be daunting. While perusing blogs, we’ve spied some really clever bios, some so unique that we can’t help but feel we know that blogger. In 30 words or less, what can you say about yourself? Don’t be boring and follow the usual format. Make it fun and attention-grabbing.

Bella Grace is released on a quarterly basis: March, June, September, and December. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis, but must be received on or before the following dates to be considered for a specific issue.

Deadline for submissions:

Summer Issue — January 15th • Autumn Issue — April 15th • Winter Issue — July 15th • Spring Issue — December 15th

For consideration, please send any of the above to:

bellagrace@stampington.com

Click here to download our guide for submitting photographs. It will also show you how to convert images to the correct size and resolution for this publication.

 

Be a Part of a New Generation

To see a comprehensive guide for submitting your writing or photography to Bella Grace: New Generation, please click here.

We’re sharing Bella Grace with a whole new generation of young women.

In 2018, we will be launching Bella Grace New Generation, which will feature the same inspirational content you love in Bella Grace, but geared toward girls ages 12 to 19.

We are currently looking for the following people to help us launch this exciting new title:

  • Writers and photographers who fall within our target age range
  • Young women ages 12 to 19 interested in being part of a special focus group where they will help generate ideas for content as well as provide feedback on potential topics, designs, and stories
  • Parents of young women in this age range willing to share what kinds of content they would like their daughters to read
  • Parents who can write thoughtful, reflective articles geared toward young women in this age group

If you fall into one of these categories and are interested in being part of something truly special, please send an email to bellagrace@stampington.com.

Submission Guidelines

 

GreenCraft Calls and Challenges

GreenCraft Magazine Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Kathy Hays

 

Repurposing Vintage
Thrift-store shoppers and junkers everywhere: We challenge you to reuse vintage in a fresh, upcycled manner. Adding paint or embellishments are just a couple examples of ways you can breathe new life into vintage items. Why not stop into your local thrift store or secondhand shop for inspiration?
Deadline: Ongoing.

Create With Me
Showing children the value of recycling can be one of the most rewarding and fun green projects of all. We challenge you to explore the many ways that repurposed and recycled materials can be used to make chic and artistic projects for kids. This is a fun and playful challenge, and we encourage you to let your inner child shine! Toys and games made from recycled materials are fantastic, as well as easy-to-follow crafts for seasonal projects like holiday ornaments or Valentine’s gifts. Just remember to keep it simple for small hands.
Deadline: Ongoing.

Green Living
This department is dedicated to showcasing projects that promote a green lifestyle. These items do not have to be made from recycled or repurposed materials, but they do have to be eco-friendly. Reusable fabric towels, homemade household cleaners, and reusable sandwich bags are some examples of what we’re looking for.
Deadline: Ongoing.

Feature Articles
Finding creative and cost-effective uses for old items is nothing new to artists, but the spirit of preserving the planet is more important than ever before. That’s why GreenCraft Magazine is here — to honor and inspire those who find artistic applications for normally discarded resources. GreenCraft features articles about repurposing trash to treasure and showcases projects where waste is upcycled into ecologically chic creations. Have you found a use for cardboard rolls left over from paper towels? Have you cut up an old T-shirt and knitted it into a purse? Have you taken a burned-out light bulb and made it into a beautiful flower vase? Have you transformed old board games into notebooks? Then we want to hear from you! Submit your recycled, reused and repurposed items to GreenCraft Magazine today!
Deadline: December 15th

Submission Guidelines

Prims Calls and Challenges

Prims Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Trudy Honeycutt

Prims features exclusively handcrafted folk art inspired by a bygone era that will captivate the imagination and enchant with its simple beauty. Artwork by primitive, folk, historic, and early Americana artists explore the traditional beauty of handcrafted art making. Included on the pages are dolls, paintings, mixed-media artwork, along with a mix of teddy bears, animals, and other primitive characters. Stampington & Company’s tri-annual publication is released every January for spring, May for summer, and September for autumn/winter.
Deadline: December 15th for the May issue.

Pattern Spotlight
Do you have a pattern for a primitive doll with step-by-step instructions that you would like to share? We would love to see your patterns and possibly feature them in the publication. To be considered, please email or mail in your pattern, doll/hi-res images, and instructions by the deadline.
Deadline: Ongoing

Antiquated Aquatics
Last summer, Renee Tousignant introduced her fisherman character Pete and his haul of fish. Inspired by her fish, we have decided to center a challenge on aquatic creatures. You may want to create a regular old fish or get more creative with other oceanic creatures such as octopi, otters, starfish, shark, or even a mythical sea creature like a kraken or mermaid. If it lives in the water, it is fair game. Unleash your primitive designs!
Deadline: December 15, 2017
* In addition to this challenge, we are also accepting primitive artwork in the patriotic and Americana theme — break out the star- and striped-fabric for this issue!

Submission Guidelines

Willow and Sage banner

Willow and Sage Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Melinda Barnett

Launched in 2014, Willow and Sage features natural, handmade products that soothe both body and soul. We’re paying special attention to unique packaging and the art of presentation, and we want YOU to be a part of the next issue!

Here’s what we’re looking for:
• bath salts and soaks • solid perfumes • natural scents • homemade soaps • chemical-free lotions and make-up • toiletries (such as deodorant and toothpaste) • hair treatments, spray-in conditioners, and dry shampoos • face masks • sugar scrubs • soy and wax candles • unique spa kits • gift bundles • handmade bath and body products in beautiful packaging • lifestyle stories that touch on adopting a natural lifestyle • and more

Deadline for Submissions:

For May issue: December 15th

For Consideration, Please Send
High-Resolution Digital Project
Photographs to:

willowandsage@stampington.comFor general artwork guidelines and
more information, please visit:
stampington.com/submissions
We Also Accept Mail Submissions:

Stampington & Company
Attn: Willow and Sage
22992 Mill Creek
Suite B
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

Submission Guidelines

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December 2017 Calls and Challenges
Our Stampington publications want your submissions! If you are an artist or writer looking to have your work featured in one of our magazines, here are the December calls and challenges that our editors are looking for. We encourage you to submit your work again even if you have tried before. The following magazines have upcoming deadlines of December 15th (unless otherwise noted), so this is your chance to see your name in print and get published!

Plus, we’re adding a brand-new sister publication to Bella Grace — Bella Grace New Generation! Be a part of the inaugural issue and submit your articles or photography to reach a whole new generation of dreamers and magic makers. See the complete details under the Bella Grace section of this post.

Have questions about submitting your artwork? Please leave a comment below and we’d be happy to help!


Altered Couture banner

Altered Couture Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Richelle Westfall

A hand-me-down sweater … a raggedy old skirt from the thrift store … a plain T-shirt … all of these items can be repurposed into new, fashionable finds with just a few tools and a little creativity. We invite you to submit your own altered and embellished clothing items to be considered for publication in Altered Couture. Items published in the past include skirts, dresses, pants, tops, jackets, vests, shoes, and accessories.

Please submit a “before” photo along with your altered creation, if available. Photos and illustrations showing your process are also strongly encouraged. We also encourage you to submit to our challenges below.
Deadline: December 15th

Challenges

Pretty in Patchwork
Most sewing areas — be it an actual room, a corner, or a dining room table in between meals — have a designated spot where leftover scraps of fabrics are thrown and often forgotten. Maybe it’s a specific bin, a labeled drawer, or a corner of the table. We want to see these lonely leftover fabric pieces, as well as those found in local thrift/antique stores, transformed into eye-catching patchwork designs. You could use the element as a detail to embellish a denim jacket or to lengthen a dress. With reconstruction options galore, we challenge you to upcycle garments, accessories, or shoes with your favorite patchwork patterns. We’re talking mixing prints, complementary and contrasting colors, maybe even adding a dip dye effect, and so forth. Creativity is the key here, and we can’t wait to see your designs come to life!
Deadline: December 15, 2017

Submission Guidelines

Art Doll Quarterly banner

Art Doll Quarterly Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Annie Wahl

Challenges

Ahoy Matey!
Pirates have always gotten a bad rap. These violent tough guys who attack and rob ships at sea are pretty despicable fellas, nonetheless we’ve always been fascinated with them. From the pirates in Peter Pan to Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow to Blackbeard, we know you can come up with some creative dolls for this theme. Do a little research, choose a character, or let your imagination go wild. Whether you make a wench, a pirate, or anything related, we want to see what you can create! Results will be published in our Summer 2018 Issue.
Deadline: December 15, 2017

Tips for Getting Published | Submitting Doll Photographs

Submission Guidelines

 

Artful Blogging banner

Artful Blogging Calls and Challenges

~Photography by Joy Sussman

Let Artful Blogging be your guide as you discover a world filled with visual delights from today’s most inspirational artists, writers, and photographers. In their own words, read how blogging fits into the creative lives of artists and creative souls like yourself. Filled with full-color photography, illustration, mixed-media and assemblage, fabric and vintage artwork — whether or not you have a blog of your own, you will find no richer landscape to spark your own creative fires.

Artful Blogging is a quarterly publication. If you are the creator of a blog or know of one that you think other creative minds would like to know about, please send a letter of interest to the Managing Editor, at artfulblogging@stampington.com.

Deadline for submissions to be received: December 15th

Click here to download our guide for submitting photographs. It will also show you how to convert images to the correct size and resolution for this publication.

Submission Guidelines

Bella Grace Calls and Challenges

Bella Grace Calls and Challenges

~Photograph by Katie Jensen

Bella Grace is a print publication devoted to discovering magic in the ordinary. Our aim is to touch the souls of our readers through beautifully penned stories and striking photographs that capture life’s beautiful adventure.

At Bella Grace, we believe that:

  • Every cloud has a silver lining.
  • An ordinary life can be an extraordinary life.
  • There is beauty and magic to be found everywhere.
  • It’s OK to embrace imperfection.
  • Life should be lived with a full heart and open eyes.

Bella Grace is currently seeking submissions from writers and photographer

What We Are Looking For

Narratives
We are currently looking for original narratives and poetry that focus on the idea that “life is a beautiful adventure.” Submitted work can be about simple pleasures, life lessons learned, slowing down, embracing your authentic self, and more. Written submissions can include accompanying photography, but we will also pair writers up with photographers if necessary.

Photography
Picture submissions should capture the spirit of Bella Grace. They should depict simple moments, bits of romance, feelings of happiness, etc. Photography can be submitted on its own and will be considered for use with narratives or as the background for some of the quotes featured throughout the book.

Lists
Who doesn’t love making a great list? Creating lists can be a very effective and inspiring form of writing. They’re also incredibly fun to read! We aren’t looking for your grocery list; we’re looking for your life lists. A few ideas include 10 Ways to Turn a Day Around, 5 Times I Laughed Uncontrollably, and 15 Things I’d Tell My 15-Year-Old Self. Make it funny, make it sweet … the choice is yours.

Instagram Collections
Who doesn’t love Instagram? As artists and creatives, it’s such a great way to beautifully share our days with others. It also serves as a diary to help us document our days. In each issue of Bella Grace we feature a few Instagram collections. We’re now opening this up to submissions! All you need to do is send 15 images that you feel capture your Instagram and a statement about what living a Bella Grace life means to you to bellagrace@stampington.com. If selected, you will need to provide high-resolution images that can be printed at 5″ x 5″, 300 dpi.

Ideas To Get You Started

We are happy to receive general submissions, but in case you need a few ideas to get you started, we are also looking for responses (photographic or written or both) to the following prompts:

Stories of Self-Love
Most of us have our own bag of tricks we turn to when we need to show ourselves a little love and kindness. For our editor-in-chief, it’s a quiet night spent under her very favorite blanket and the first book in the Harry Potter series. It never fails to brighten her spirits. What is it you turn to? What’s your recipe for self-love? (Lists and narratives accepted.)

Small, Random Acts of Kindness
It’s been said that you never know what another person might be going through, so it’s important to be kind with everyone. A small gesture, such as a flower placed on a car windshield or an anonymous note left for someone to find, can make a huge impact. For an upcoming issue of Bella Grace, we are hoping to gather as many ideas for committing random acts of kindness as we possibly can. Furthermore, if you have a story to share about the impact an act of kindness has had on you, we’d love to hear it.

You in a Song
Wouldn’t it be great to have a theme song for yourself? One that would be played as though you were in a movie? Here in our office, we’ve been asking each other what a song about them would sound like, and what lyrics it would contain. Now, we want to issue the same question to you. If someone wrote a song about you, what would the lyrics be?

Super Sassy Bios
One of the most challenging assignments can be to write a biography for yourself. No matter how short the requirement, the task can be daunting. While perusing blogs, we’ve spied some really clever bios, some so unique that we can’t help but feel we know that blogger. In 30 words or less, what can you say about yourself? Don’t be boring and follow the usual format. Make it fun and attention-grabbing.

Bella Grace is released on a quarterly basis: March, June, September, and December. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis, but must be received on or before the following dates to be considered for a specific issue.

Deadline for submissions:

Summer Issue — January 15th • Autumn Issue — April 15th • Winter Issue — July 15th • Spring Issue — December 15th

For consideration, please send any of the above to:

bellagrace@stampington.com

Click here to download our guide for submitting photographs. It will also show you how to convert images to the correct size and resolution for this publication.

 

Be a Part of a New Generation

To see a comprehensive guide for submitting your writing or photography to Bella Grace: New Generation, please click here.

We’re sharing Bella Grace with a whole new generation of young women.

In 2018, we will be launching Bella Grace New Generation, which will feature the same inspirational content you love in Bella Grace, but geared toward girls ages 12 to 19.

We are currently looking for the following people to help us launch this exciting new title:

  • Writers and photographers who fall within our target age range
  • Young women ages 12 to 19 interested in being part of a special focus group where they will help generate ideas for content as well as provide feedback on potential topics, designs, and stories
  • Parents of young women in this age range willing to share what kinds of content they would like their daughters to read
  • Parents who can write thoughtful, reflective articles geared toward young women in this age group

If you fall into one of these categories and are interested in being part of something truly special, please send an email to bellagrace@stampington.com.

Submission Guidelines

 

GreenCraft Calls and Challenges

GreenCraft Magazine Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Kathy Hays

 

Repurposing Vintage
Thrift-store shoppers and junkers everywhere: We challenge you to reuse vintage in a fresh, upcycled manner. Adding paint or embellishments are just a couple examples of ways you can breathe new life into vintage items. Why not stop into your local thrift store or secondhand shop for inspiration?
Deadline: Ongoing.

Create With Me
Showing children the value of recycling can be one of the most rewarding and fun green projects of all. We challenge you to explore the many ways that repurposed and recycled materials can be used to make chic and artistic projects for kids. This is a fun and playful challenge, and we encourage you to let your inner child shine! Toys and games made from recycled materials are fantastic, as well as easy-to-follow crafts for seasonal projects like holiday ornaments or Valentine’s gifts. Just remember to keep it simple for small hands.
Deadline: Ongoing.

Green Living
This department is dedicated to showcasing projects that promote a green lifestyle. These items do not have to be made from recycled or repurposed materials, but they do have to be eco-friendly. Reusable fabric towels, homemade household cleaners, and reusable sandwich bags are some examples of what we’re looking for.
Deadline: Ongoing.

Feature Articles
Finding creative and cost-effective uses for old items is nothing new to artists, but the spirit of preserving the planet is more important than ever before. That’s why GreenCraft Magazine is here — to honor and inspire those who find artistic applications for normally discarded resources. GreenCraft features articles about repurposing trash to treasure and showcases projects where waste is upcycled into ecologically chic creations. Have you found a use for cardboard rolls left over from paper towels? Have you cut up an old T-shirt and knitted it into a purse? Have you taken a burned-out light bulb and made it into a beautiful flower vase? Have you transformed old board games into notebooks? Then we want to hear from you! Submit your recycled, reused and repurposed items to GreenCraft Magazine today!
Deadline: December 15th

Submission Guidelines

Prims Calls and Challenges

Prims Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Trudy Honeycutt

Prims features exclusively handcrafted folk art inspired by a bygone era that will captivate the imagination and enchant with its simple beauty. Artwork by primitive, folk, historic, and early Americana artists explore the traditional beauty of handcrafted art making. Included on the pages are dolls, paintings, mixed-media artwork, along with a mix of teddy bears, animals, and other primitive characters. Stampington & Company’s tri-annual publication is released every January for spring, May for summer, and September for autumn/winter.
Deadline: December 15th for the May issue.

Pattern Spotlight
Do you have a pattern for a primitive doll with step-by-step instructions that you would like to share? We would love to see your patterns and possibly feature them in the publication. To be considered, please email or mail in your pattern, doll/hi-res images, and instructions by the deadline.
Deadline: Ongoing

Antiquated Aquatics
Last summer, Renee Tousignant introduced her fisherman character Pete and his haul of fish. Inspired by her fish, we have decided to center a challenge on aquatic creatures. You may want to create a regular old fish or get more creative with other oceanic creatures such as octopi, otters, starfish, shark, or even a mythical sea creature like a kraken or mermaid. If it lives in the water, it is fair game. Unleash your primitive designs!
Deadline: December 15, 2017
* In addition to this challenge, we are also accepting primitive artwork in the patriotic and Americana theme — break out the star- and striped-fabric for this issue!

Submission Guidelines

Willow and Sage banner

Willow and Sage Calls and Challenges

~Artwork by Melinda Barnett

Launched in 2014, Willow and Sage features natural, handmade products that soothe both body and soul. We’re paying special attention to unique packaging and the art of presentation, and we want YOU to be a part of the next issue!

Here’s what we’re looking for:
• bath salts and soaks • solid perfumes • natural scents • homemade soaps • chemical-free lotions and make-up • toiletries (such as deodorant and toothpaste) • hair treatments, spray-in conditioners, and dry shampoos • face masks • sugar scrubs • soy and wax candles • unique spa kits • gift bundles • handmade bath and body products in beautiful packaging • lifestyle stories that touch on adopting a natural lifestyle • and more

Deadline for Submissions:

For May issue: December 15th

For Consideration, Please Send
High-Resolution Digital Project
Photographs to:

willowandsage@stampington.comFor general artwork guidelines and
more information, please visit:
stampington.com/submissions
We Also Accept Mail Submissions:

Stampington & Company
Attn: Willow and Sage
22992 Mill Creek
Suite B
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

Submission Guidelines

Related Posts: