Stampington & Company

New Title Launch, Bella Grace, Inspires a Life Less Ordinary

LogoOn the heels of its successful launch of Willow and Sage, Stampington & Company unveils its third new title this year: Bella Grace. Dedicated to discovering magic in the ordinary, the 160-page publication features a folding, book-jacket style cover, thick paper, and zero outside advertising that make it look and feel more book than magazine — and it has quality content to match. With 37 literary features and workbook spaces, this publication poses a different perspective on creativity for Stampington and offers something for everyone.

New Homemade Bath and Body Magazine Takes Newsstands by Storm

LogoStampington & Company steps outside of its carefully carved niche this year with its newest publication, Willow and Sage. The semiannual title turns the company’s crafting lens onto the art of homemade bath and body products, gift-giving, and natural living. The 144-page magazine features 70 recipes and homemade gift ideas, along with uses for natural products and inventive, do-it-yourself packaging. After just eight weeks on newsstands, Willow and Sage has already begun putting down roots as a strong addition to Stampington’s publication list, out-performing every other magazine launch in the publisher’s history.

Stampington & Company Puts Digital Inspiration Into Print

LogoFrom the photorealistic to the fantastic and fanciful, Stampington & Company’s new book-azine, Digital Inspiration, features unique and beautiful artwork on larger than life pages (9” W x 11.875” H). Launched this April, the annual publication is loaded with 224 pages of breathtaking images, engaging and informative articles, and innovative tutorials such as how to mix analog with digital. Awarded the 2014 American Inhouse Design Award by Graphic Design USA, the premiere issue is a standout in both design and content quality.

Five Years of Beautiful Aprons for Apron-Ology

LogoApron-ology’s unique take on a fashionable trend is one of the ways it sets itself apart from the typical fashion magazine. In the five years the magazine has been on the market, it has been mentioned on CBS’s Morning News in 2011 and exemplified how a “trend can be the perfect fit” on Niche Media in 2012.

Where Women Create BUSINESS Named Among Min's Hottest Magazine Launches of 2013

LogoWhere Women Create BUSINESS Named Among min’s Hottest Magazine Launches of 2013 Selected from over 700 titles, this new magazine both inspires and educates the small artisan entrepreneur and those who share a passion for success.

Calligrapher Lends Her Hand-Inked Designs to New Stamp Line

LogoWith more than 30 years of professional calligraphy experience, artist and instructor Linda Schneider is releasing her debut stamp line through Stampington & Company. This new collection, entitled The Flourishing Quill, features 13 stamps based on Schneider’s “ornate pictorial calligraphy” designs, including decorative elements, feminine figures and artistic portraits.

Founder of MaryJanesFarm Lends Her Voice to New Magazine Column

LogoSimple living advocate and founder of MaryJanesFarm magazine MaryJane Butters is sharing her love of a back-to-basics way of living in a new column in Somerset Life magazine. Each issue of this quarterly magazine, published by Stampington & Company, encourages readers to elevate even the most ordinary moments of our lives into extraordinary ones with simple projects, Creative Living Ideas and more.

Editor-in-Chief Makes an Impression with Whimsical New Stamp Line

LogoAfter being at the helm of top-ranked art and crafting magazines for nearly five years, Stampington & Company’s Editor-in-Chief, Jenny Doh, is releasing her first stamp line. This new collection, entitled CRESCENDOh DOOhDLES, features 40 stamp images based on Doh’s original doodles, including birdcages, dresses, banners, and other decorative elements.

Artist Mary Engelbreit Invites Fans to Explore Her Never-Before-Seen Office Studio

LogoInternationally recognized illustrator, author and entrepreneur Mary Engelbreit has invited Where Women Create into her never-before-seen office studio for the Autumn ’09 issue. Each issue of this quarterly magazine, published by Stampington & Company in partnership with author Jo Packham, lets readers explore the studios of top artists, giving them a behind-the-scenes look at what drives them to create.

New Magazine Challenges Crafters to Think "Green"

LogoFinding creative uses for old items is nothing new to artists, but the spirit of preserving the planet is more important than ever before. On August 1, 2009, Stampington & Company will release a new, “green”-themed publication entitled GreenCraft Magazine. This eagerly-anticipated title will showcase more than 200 of projects made from recycled materials submitted by crafters from around the globe.