A Nice Little Suprise

I have been anxiously awaiting the new Somerset Art Journaling magazine. I have not seen anything but a peek at one of my articles in the ad at Stampington. One of my workshop attendees and dear friends Nancy Lefko is going to be featured as well, so we have been emailing to see if the other got their copy yet, lol! For those who missed out on the first issue, (it sold out pretty quickly) this publication reads more like a book. It is full of not only lovely pages, but informative articles and tips from a variety of artists. It is an inspiring read. Back to my story, while accosting the mail lady the other day, I did get another great publication from Stampington, Somerset Holidays. I was originally slated to have this piece in the first issue last year, but they held on to it for this issue instead. It is kind of a look back in time to see work that you did well over a year ago published. My hubby said, oh yeah, I kind of remember that! It will be fun to get this altered Halloween Cookbook back in time for the holiday. We enjoy Halloween a lot in our neighborhood full of kids. This holiday issue is packed with ideas for all holidays, and this is the perfect time of year to start planning ahead, the kids go back to school next week…
On the horizon, Jenny Doh has asked me to do a ‘Workshop’ and ‘With One Palette’ features in a couple of upcoming Somerset Studio issues, so my muse is already working on ideas for those.
While back to school and end of summer bring a tinge of sadness, it also brings free time that just can’t be found during those lovely sunny days. I have a full line up of projects to work on and I’m itching to start, but for this week, I want to squeeze out some more fun in the sun!

8 responses

  1. oh my gosh pam!…that halloween spread is awesome!! love it! congratulations on the work being published! what wonderful news that you were asked to do something in just one palette. can't wait to see what you come up with! your work is always SO inspiring!

  2. I can't wait for that issue! So glad your piece finally showed up:) And can't wait to see your one palette!Your journaling workshop is still providing inspiration, which I hope to follow now that school has started. (I agree, though, there is a tinge of sadness – and exhaustion, the 'new' routine should be old hat by now:)

  3. Can't blame you for wanting more sun time, Pam! Congrats on being published AND being asked to write for Somerset! Yay! Quite an honor!!!! Hugs, Terri

  4. What a great feature! I am going to have to put my self-imposed "Michael's" hiatus on hold long enough to dash over and pick up a copy! Congrats!Jessie(jbguess)

  5. Aren't you sweet for giving me a "shout out !!" 🙂 Can't wait to see the new mags and kudos on the two features you've been asked to write !! Woo hoo !!!!

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