August 19, 2011

New Somerset Studio, Take Ten and More!!!

The Autumn Issue of Take Ten has everything you need to get ready for the upcoming holidays. Flip through pages and pages of inspiring cards, which include holiday designs for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. If you’re looking for a great technique to make your seasonal projects really shine, you’ll find articles in this issue that demonstrate how to turn old gift cards into stylish embellishments, and how one stamp can create a variety of coordinating holiday accessories. Pick up this issue of Take Ten for a quick and easy holiday season

Discover the magic of handcrafted holidays with our annual issue of Somerset Holidays & Celebrations! With page after page of inspired art to commemorate Christmas, Halloween, Valentine’s Day, Birthdays, and more, this beautiful publication is sure to become a part of your holiday traditions. Included on the pages of this issue are pieces by Catherine Matthews Scanlon, Danita, Becky Shander, Ingrid Pomeroy, Vanessa Valencia, Claudine Hellmuth, Angela Harris, and many more. Whether you need holiday gift tags or Valentine Party Sticks, Volume 5 of Somerset Holidays & Celebrations is full of ideas for all your festive gatherings!

Somerset Apprentice provides a more basic and thorough understanding of techniques and includes easy-to-understand instructions and close-up photos. Kelly Rae Roberts, Donna Downey, Traci Lyn Huskamp, Bethany Kartchner, and 16 other talented artists are featured in the Autumn ’11 issue of this popular magazine. Each artist takes you on a step-by-step journey with them as they complete a work of art! In the From the Pros section we offer tips & tricks from successful artists – this issue showcasing Nathalie Kalbach, Pam Garrison, Julie Bergmann, Angela Harris, and more. From layered collages to assemblage art, you’ll find all you need to stimulate your creativity!

Each year, we challenge our Somerset Studio readers to create Halloween-inspired artwork for the September/October issue. For 2011, we’ve changed gears and challenged them to create art in the likes of the late, great Alfred Hitchcock! Inside, you’ll find an evidence journal by Angela Cartwright that incorporates real ephemera from when her sister starred in The Birds. You’ll also find several Hitchcock-esque art dolls and clever ideas for Halloween treat bags. Filled with page after page of unique mixed-media projects, this is an issue you won’t want to miss!
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