Stampington & Company publishes the largest number of niche magazines in the art and crafting industry, with more than 1 million copies sold annually. They currently produce over 30 high-quality titles focusing on crafts such as mixed-media, paper crafting, and both wearable and digital arts. With premium newsstand placement and representation in all major bookstores, crafting chains, upscale grocery stores, and hundreds of independent art and crafting stores, Stampington & Company's publications have become synonymous with quality in design, production, content, and photography. The company also maintains a strong presence in the online crafting supply market offering more than 3,000 art and craft products and a wide variety of self-manufactured art stamps that are sold on their website, which receives more than 100,000 unique visitors and 20 million hits per month.
Get inspired by the beautiful journal pages and courageous stories from acclaimed mixed-media artists inside Art Journaling magazine!
Explore the bustling and artful world within the pages of our newest publication, and find even more reasons and ways to celebrate! Brighten your day with the visual feast of imaginative gatherings that unfold from the pages of Mingle, along with the uplifting stories behind uniquely creative get-togethers — from small and intimate “girls’ nights in” to larger scale art retreats. Discover creative ways for bringing friends and loved ones together—complete with entertaining tips, one-of-a-kind invitations and party favor ideas, recipes, artful décor, creative inspiration, and an all around good time! Make your next get-together “the talk of the town” with ideas from the pages of this photography-rich and engrossing magazine.
You will love the bustling and artful world within the pages of Mingle, where you’ll discover even more reasons to celebrate. Inside the Summer 2019 Edition: Discover Nicole McKinley’s summer celebration. The Mae & Co Creative team presents Babes Who Brunch. Alison McKown gives us a sneak peek into a retirement party fit for the record books. Step into an enchanted forest with Onida Cruz. Jamie Forsythe brings the sea to life in birthday party form. Skybox Event Productions shares a bridal shower based on “The Grand Budapest Hotel.” Check out Harmony Goodson’s succulent-themed dinner.
160 pages of inspiration! Somerset Studio is now an interactive, mixed-media journal with free clip art pages, artist paper tear-outs, and new playshops for artistic experimentation. Who needs a napkin? The Summer 2019 Issue of Somerset Studio is packed full of inspiration. Learn how to turn gorgeous paper napkins into stunning collage elements. Our featured artists share a number of ways of using them as background fodder as well as focal points. Cat Kerr shows how to transform a tape dispenser to a piece of art on a roll. Readers will be excited to find an exclusive interactive activity from Lynne Perrella. All this and more await you.
Come explore the newly revamped Somerset Studio! Dive into its pages to discover a more interactive mixed-media playground – complete with 160 pages of inspiration, hands-on activities that walk you through the artistic process, workshops become “playshops” for experimentation, additional free papers, and more! Features Include: The Book Issue: handmade books, altered books, and more Artist Profile Molly Meng Amy Willcut shares how to encase a significant floral bouquet in resin to create artwork that will stand the test of time. Interesting techniques to create book pages that are full of texture and depth. A spotlight on 3-D books that have art that literally jumps off the page.
Includes Somerset Studio issues Summer, Autumn & Winter 2019
The Anything Goes Issue — no theme, just page after page of amazing artwork! From striking portraits by Jenny Renn to a must-read Artist Profile on Ivy Newport, don't miss adding this inspirational issue to your creative resource library. Somerset Studio is now an interactive mixed-media playground – complete with 160 pages of inspiration, hands-on activities that walk you through the artistic process, workshops that become “playshops” for experimentation, and even more free papers your customers can tear out, crinkle up, and use in hundreds of creative ways.