Glimpse Inside January Issues + Your Chance to Win One

For a shiny New Year, soak up new projects, new techniques, and make a fresh creative start with the innovative ideas inside these stunning January reads!

We’re sharing a special discount as per usual — just for our blog readers. (Have you subscribed yet? Click here to have our blog promos and projects sent directly to your inbox). After exploring our brand-new selection, take advantage of this FREE SHIPPING discount, which applies to any of our January releases.

Use Promo Code: BLOG0113*

Art Journaling Winter '13The Winter ’13 issue of Art Journaling has something for everyone! If you’re interested in creating pages that beg to be touched, Kelly-Ann Halbert’s use of three-dimensional elements will definitely inspire you. Roc Nicholas shares how to transform gorgeous spreads into a handmade journal that really pops. For artists who struggle with the blank white page, Mary Freeman shows how to create vivid backgrounds with everything from paint to paper to rubber stamps. Last but definitely not least, this issue’s Artist Portfolio will delight every artist, featuring the beautiful journals and artistic journey of Mary Ann Moss.

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Somerset Studio Jan/Feb '13Kick off the New Year with 2013′s most popular and innovative techniques.  Our newest Somerset Studio shows you how to create texture in your artwork, and perform breathtaking photo transfers on wood.  Along with a stunning Artist Profile on superstar Sarah Ahearn Bellemare, we reveal the imaginative results of our Aqua Challenge and share amazing mixed-media art that you can wear. You won’t want to miss unforgettable tips and inspiration from today’s hottest artists – like how to create a haven for your art journals – in this dazzling issue.

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Where Women Create BUSINESS Volume 1Where Women Create BUSINESS is an invaluable guide for every professional – from those just starting out to experienced business women. Through advice columns and in-depth feature articles, Where Women Create BUSINESS offers a multitude of knowledge and inspiration to women with a passion for success. The premiere issue is bursting with expert artisans and entrepreneurs whose extraordinary businesses speak for themselves, including Anna Griffin, Amy Butler, Kelly Rae Roberts, Vicki Brask, Holly Becker, and many more!

 

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Jewelry Affaire Winter '13The first-ever winter issue of Jewelry Affaire is a wonderland of easy-to-make designs. Sometimes the best findings make the best jewelry. Library card catalogues, dice, and shotgun shells are just a few found objects that make the jewelry in this issue so unique – there’s nothing else like it. For a winter that is opulent and productive, pick up this new issue and begin 2013 by creating jewelry you’ll love to wear and share.

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Stampers' Sampler Winter '13Don’t miss the exciting artwork within The Stampers’ Sampler like guest artist Margriet van Schaik’s elegant yet edgy cards. You’ll also find the gorgeous results from our Bottle Template Challenge and Tiny Hearts Challenge that are sure to set your own heart aflutter. The Fabric Fixation challenge results are in as well, and we know they will ignite your creativity with this technique that is one of the hottest trends in rubber stamping right now! Find articles that showcase exciting inking techniques, fresh, new ways to use a neon color palette, and amazing hand-carved stamps in this issue you won’t want to miss.

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Somerset Life Winter '13Make a New Year’s resolution to get artfully organized, and stick to it with the inspired ideas inside Somerset Life – like how to dress up your kitchen with simple tattered dish towels, make decorative shabby chic book bundles, and turn a vintage typewriter into a must-have photo display.  Filled with creative living ideas and tips for transforming everyday moments into unforgettable ones, this issue will inspire even the most novice crafter with its contemporary and romantic photographs and insightful, uplifting articles like “A Story of Two Art Friends.”

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Belle Armoire Winter '13Explore a winter wonderland of fashions inside the most chic issue of Belle Armoire to date! Inside this new edition, you will find the exquisite Designer Collection of Judy R. Clark and three of our most popular challenge results: eco-chic purses; wedding wear; and sentimental symbols.  Straight from New York Fashion Week, designer Katherine Soucie shows off her most recent collection, and we inspire you to create couture clothing from pantyhose. Last, but not least, love to layer this winter with a spotlight on neck cowls and scarves.

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Prims Winter '13Filled with beautiful and traditional handcrafted art, the Winter 2013 issue of Prims features a set of vintage-style dogs by Wendy Meagher, Queen Anne-inspired candy containers by Rachael Kinnison, Karen Brady Hammontree’s classic teddy bears with a French twist, and sweet paper clay dolls by Julie Haymaker Thompson. You will also find artwork by Paula Walton, Robin Seeber, Barb Moore, and Jennifer Lanne, along with many others.

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Want to win one of these issues? Click on your favorite spread, check out that issue’s table of contents, and let us know which artist you’d like to learn from most in the blog comments below! One lucky person will be selected at random to receive their choice of one of these brand-new January issues.

*Free shipping offer applies to U.S. purchases of the following January (Winter ’13) issues only: Art Journaling, Belle Armoire, Jewelry Affaire, Prims, Somerset Life, Somerset Studio, The Stampers’ Sampler, and Where Women Create BUSINESS. Discount code cannot be combined with any other offer and expires 1/31/13.

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96 Responses to “Glimpse Inside January Issues + Your Chance to Win One”

  1. jan m says:

    Somerset Studio would be my lucky win! Just received the Stamper’s Sampler for a gift subscription and am anxiously awaiting its arrival!! :)

  2. vicki says:

    I would love to learn how to make Wendy Meagher’s Dawgs. They are too cute in Prim.

  3. Marilyn says:

    In Art Journaling,the article “For the Love of Dogs” by Jill Beninato sounds like it would be a fun read.

  4. Pearl says:

    Barb Moore’s Blooming Beulah caught my eye. I would love to learm more about her techniques.

  5. Karen says:

    Roc Nicolas pop-up art journaling

  6. Sabrina says:

    I would love to get my hands on Jewelry Affaire. I normally work with paper and collage, sometimes drawing, but more and more I’m drawn to simple jewelry designs. Elizabeth Payne’s beautiful rose earrings are “drawing” me in. Thanks!

  7. Erica says:

    For me it’s Erin Banzakein from Somerset Life. She’s writing about finding her voice which is something I want to focus on more this year.

  8. Terrie says:

    Love them all but especially intrigued by Where Women Create-BUSINESS

  9. Stacy says:

    What immediately leapt out at me this time were Elena Todorovska’s patchwork jackets in Belle Armoire. Colorful, warm, neo-Victorian romance!

  10. Pamela U says:

    Somerset Life “Shabby Chic Tea Towels”.
    Looks like fun.

  11. Cindy Dorr says:

    Ohhhhhhh – I want Jewelry Affaire – looks awesome!

  12. Tracy Donner says:

    Where Women Create Business would be my first choice. I do LOVE all the others as well. I really would like to learn more about the business end of the art biz. Kelly Rae Roberts is my inspiration.

  13. Deb Hiffernan says:

    I would choose Art Journaling. I want to be able to express my voice, my style, my words/storytelling in my art. All the others interest me though. :-) Thank you!

  14. Khristina says:

    The Art of Gratitude. I would love to start a gratitude daily journal.

  15. Jackie says:

    Storytelling as Medicine in Art Journaling sounds like it would be a good article to read in the new year.

  16. rush says:

    i would like to see more from scarlet clay (i can’t read the table of contents very well!, so i think that is the name)and somerset life.

  17. I would love to learn how Wendy Meagher came to create those unique and simply adorable little vintage-style dogs!

  18. Gypsy Girl, Doily Pants look interesting…oh to be thin enough to wear such beauties. Belle Armoire is a fantastic magazine, I would love to win it.
    Deb

  19. Samantha says:

    It is really tough to pick just one magazine! I have never owned Art Journaling magazine, but the Nostalgic Narrative spread by Chelsey Velilla is really inspiring and even the description above makes me want to read Mary Freeman’s article. Then again I have to say that in Jewelry Affaire the Velvet Renaissance Bracelet by Kathy Buchanan looks amazing, I can’t wait to try making it- in fact I will probably go out and pick up J.A. this weekend!

  20. I love Somerset Life! The vintage teatowels peaked my interest too.
    All of your magazines are absolutely wonderful! Thank you for producing them. It’s a great way for me to feel a connection with other crafters and artists.

  21. Connie Bruce says:

    I love the matchbox houses that Renee Rogers created in Somerset Life! They are just precious!! It looks like there are a lot of other great ideas in the magazine. I subscribe to several of your publications, but have never looked through a Somerset Life – I think I might have to consider that one.

  22. beatriz_souza says:

    Though I love everything Stampington & Company does, especially the Somerset Studio, I cannot help but admit this time, “The Dawgs” stole my heart as well as that of my beloved garfield.the.dog!

  23. Debi says:

    Storytelling as Medicine is an article that I would love to read this month!! I love all of the January issues, and would also love to read the new Where Women Create Business.

  24. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    Roc Nicholas in Art Journaling has an interesting articlce on pop journals. Can’t wait to read it and hope I win it.

  25. Donna Larson says:

    My book of grace in Somerset Life sounds interesting; but the shabby chic towels caught my eye also.

  26. Carol b says:

    Love the way Margo Mooney uses those adorable animal. They would make charming children’s cards. It would be inspiring to learn from her.
    Carol b

  27. Jenny says:

    How wonderful… I would choose Art Journaling… I love everything about it… and would certainly love the chance to see more of Mary-Ann Moss’ stunning work…

    Jenny ♥

  28. Wow there are so many beautiful projects and art styles to try. But those vintage buttons used for wrapping are really catching my eye! What fun.

  29. Lynn H S says:

    Pop-up art journaling by Roc Nicolas, but the entire magazine looks delicious!

  30. I just love Somerset Life, there are amazing projects to try out and extend our crafty lives, thanks for the opportunity to win!!!

  31. Mary Anne says:

    I haven’t seen an issue of ‘Prims’ (yet!) – and have to say that I am fascinated with Wendy Meagher’s ‘The Dawgs’ and also the ‘Meet the Flockers in Steampunk’ birds!! Both are SOOOO cute!

  32. Jeannie says:

    I love Belle Amoire and this issue looks fabulous! I am intrigued by the Outdoor Sketchbook tips by Ms. Parrish. Of course, all of the issues will eventually make it to my bookshelf. :)

  33. Susan Morse says:

    I would pick Somerset Studio because I like it and I’ve already bought Art Journaling this month.

  34. Natasha Poteraj says:

    I like the Stampers Sampler. I would like to see the article about using vintage papers to wrap. The printing is so small that I can’t see who wrote the article. Sorry.

  35. Sharon Gullikson says:

    Stamper’s Sampler is a great magazine. I like the style, and would like to see the spread about wrapping little boxes with vintage papers and things by Susan Coy (?)

  36. Joy Northrop says:

    Renee Rogers/Somerset Life!

  37. Marybeth says:

    Somerset Studio – For the Love of Aqua…just in time for spring!

  38. Penny says:

    OMG -You’re killing me here! I want them all! I’m going to order Somerset Studio right now…stores take too long to get them! I feel a subscription happening in a couple minutes! I’m way too impatient!

  39. Dana Cavanaugh says:

    I would love a copy of Somerset Studio. Such great mixed media projects in each and every issue! Love the previews!

  40. tina zappone says:

    I must have the Art Journaling issue. Mary Ann Moss is one of my absolute favorites!

  41. Lynn Stevens says:

    Would love to see the Trio of hearts by Chantel Johnson in Somerset life. Swoon….

  42. Reba Kinney says:

    Somerset Studio definitely. This is the magazine that inspired me to create. It’s fab! Then Art Journaling for the techniques that I have to try!
    I like Lisa Bowlin. (the print was almost too small to read.)

  43. Becky Green says:

    I would have to say I would LOOOOOOVE to learn more about Marqriet Van Schaik & her cards!!!!! I LOOOVE to make cards! AND am ALWAYS looking for NEW TECHNIQUES!!!!!! :)

  44. I’m really looking forward to the new Somerset Studio issue. I love Cat Kerr’s work and would be really excited to try out her Bliss Necklace project.

  45. NWFlamingo says:

    Sonya Winston in Stamper’s Sampler as I love to travel and I love travel inspired art.

  46. I would love to have the Somerset Life issue, particularly to learn more from Scarlett Clay!

  47. Boo says:

    My favorite was Mary Freeman in Art Journaling. I have a back issue of Art Journaling and I look at it over and over.

    Thanks for the contest.

  48. Barbara Hartling says:

    I am probably the only person who has not read one of your magazines… I would love to have a Stamper’s Sampler. I love rubber stamping.

  49. Karin R. says:

    It’s a tough choice between Art Journaling and Stampers Sample… Art Journaling and storytelling as medicine.
    Lots of love from Indy

  50. Liz S. says:

    I like Roc Nicholas of Art Journaling…that popup journal is awesome, inpsiring, and colorful!

  51. Natalie says:

    I’m just starting to play with making mixed media type jewelry, so I’d love to learn from Susan Stacy in this winter’s Jewelry Affaire

  52. Lisa M says:

    I’m not a jewelry-lovin’ kinda gal, usually, but the beautiful necklace in this post made me click through to see Jewelry Affaire!

  53. Joan VanCourt says:

    Every issue looks like a winner.

  54. julie m says:

    The Magic of Paper by Beatrice Mahan in Art Journaling.

  55. Linda Greiss says:

    I would love to make the Pop Up Journal in the new Art Journaling issue! Thanks for the opportunity to win an issue.

    Linda

  56. wendymc says:

    From Life, the Connie Fong article – I’m curious to see if she’s the same artist that created several rubber stamps that I own!

  57. sherry butcher says:

    from Prims Wendy Meagher,love the Draws.

  58. Denise says:

    Somerset Studio would be my choice. The whole issue looks great as usual but “For the Love of Aqua” sounds wonderful! Thank you!

  59. Ronni Taylor says:

    I recently went to Hastings and wanted to purchase your new magazines, but they didn’t have them out, so as i waited for a coffee to be made, i noticed a cart on the side with new magazines on it. I than ran over and saw SS Studios, S. Sampler, & Art Journaling & got really excited because I LOVE your magazines, so I bought those. But they didn’t have the WWCBusiness on the cart and I’m extremely excited for that one because I am planning on selling the jewelry I have made and maybe some art and want to learn as much as I can about business! Especially from the artists in your magazines! Especially Kelly Rae Roberts!!! Thank u

  60. Christi says:

    The Magic of Paper by Beatrice Mahan in Art Journaling – looks SO cool & I really would love to get started on a good art journal this year :) (and of course I LOOOOVE paper)

  61. Linda Cain says:

    This is a beautiful way to show us your magazine. Love the layout here!

    ~Linda

  62. JoniG says:

    Somerset Life most sparks my interest! The article entitled My Book of Grace is calling my name. I think the author is Monica Gruppo, although the font is too small for me to do more than guess. Thank you so much for showing us the preview.

    Best,
    Joni

  63. Karen D says:

    I would love to see Somerset Life and read about becoming “artfully organised”, as that is something that I always struggle with. I am always full of good intention, but never seem to be organised enough to carry out all the ideas that I have. I would also love to read the article about the little boutique with a twist and the parcels with antique papers and buttons. I could not read the names of the authors of the articles as the font was too small, but the pictures spoke a thousand words and were most inviting.

  64. Faith says:

    I would love ‘Art Journaling’, and in particular Mary Freeman , making backgrounds with all types of media. Thanks.

  65. Faith says:

    I would love a closer look at’Art Journaling’, and in particular Mary Freeman , making backgrounds with all types of media. Thanks.

  66. Mary McVay says:

    I want to learn from Roc Nicholas how to make a pop-up journal. Making a journal is something I haven’t tried yet. I’ve been wanting to for a long time.

  67. Somehow I missed this Prims..so would be great to win it!!. All of your publications are fantastic. It’s great to have a place where artist can display and share. Several I must see that I MUST follow up on but I love the Blooming Beulah by Barb Moore.

  68. mary ann moss in art journaling!

  69. Ginia Bell says:

    I’d love the new Art Journaling issue.
    I want to read Back into Art Journaling by Belinda Fireman

  70. Carolyn Williams says:

    The Magic of Paper by Beatrice Mahan looks so inviting!

  71. I would so enjoy the Art Journaling magazine, and reading and learning the how to of the pop ups, that Roc Nicholas makes

  72. Melanie Butler says:

    As a paper crafter, I cannot wait to read The Magic of Paper! Looks new and exciting!

  73. LaWana Whitley says:

    It is toooo hard to choose! BUT Wendy Meagher’s wonderful creatures grab your heart the minute you look into their eyes! To be able to see those sweet little things come to life would be amazing!

  74. Ellen says:

    All the issues have swoon worthy appeal! I love Wendy Meagher’s THE DAWGS ;D

  75. Linda S. Cravens says:

    Jewelry Affaire absolutely! The article highlighted here “whimiscal wares” is very intriguing.

  76. Angela G says:

    I’d also like Jewelry Affaire for the Tassel necklace article and the Stubled Upon, and really to read about all the artists (unfortunately my eyes can not read the artists name on the webpage as they appear to small for me)…all the more reason hy I hope to win this magazine.

  77. Beverly S says:

    Most of the articles in Art Journalling grabbed my attention, but the one I’m most interested in is Storytelling as Medicine by Soraya Nullian.

  78. Tisa at Seattle Retro says:

    Anything to get organized around here would be a big plus! So Somerset Life’s offerings sound like a match made in crafty home-heaven. (Of course, for the times I don’t WANT to be organized–most of the time–Jewelry Affaire calls to me). Thanks for the chance to win! Keep ‘em comin’. (I’m halfway through my copy of the 1st Where Women Create Business & love it!)

  79. Jayne says:

    Out of Prims, Wendy Meagher, the Dawgs are to die for!

  80. Marcy says:

    Already a subscriber to Art Journaling and Somerset Studio, so I would love to get the new business one, or the current blogging magazine.

  81. sheila tatum says:

    ArtJournaling – “Storytelling as Medicine” sounds very interesting…Counselors use this method all the time…Art is healing for the SOUL!

  82. Krystal Wolf says:

    I would love, love, love to check out where women create business…looks like a winner!

  83. Deb says:

    Couldn’t find the Table of Contents for Somerset Studio, but the project titled “For the Love of Aqua” looked wonderful!

  84. Karen S. says:

    The bird themed project by Carrie Avery in Stamper’s Sampler sounds alluring.

  85. Robin says:

    I would love to see more about “My Book of Grace” in Somerset Life’s newest issue. I have recently ventured into altering books and this one reminds me of a roladex. I could so keep a book like this on my desk!

  86. pattisj says:

    The fabric fixation spread from The Stampers’ Sampler caught my eye.

  87. Linda K says:

    These issues all look so appealing, but I am most interested in Where Women Create Business. I really know nothing about this sector in persuing a career of sorts in the art world so every bit of information from the experts will be of tremendous help and understanding.

  88. Kat says:

    So many beautiful magazines. I find myself very intrigued by Jewelry Affaire the Velvet Renaissance Bracelet by Kathy Buchanan. Thank you.

  89. Julie says:

    Love June Beach’s creations. So unique. Would love to win Jewelry Affair issue to help inspire me and my Etsy Shoppe.

  90. Caroline says:

    I’d love to learn from Wendy Meagher in the latest Prims magazine. Those little pups on the cover are just so adorable!

  91. Mary R says:

    Art is for Everyone by Mary Chamberlain in Somerset Studio. I have lots of stuff to create with, I just don’t believe I have the “artistic touch” that others appear to have so beautifully. I have to start somehwere

  92. Johanna B says:

    The entire issue of Art Journaling sounds fabulous! There are so many things I would like to learn more about featured in this issue. I am especially intrigued by Chelsey Velilla’s article Nostalgic Narratives. I am interested to see what she has to say, and I love the picture in the table of contents that goes with the article. Thanks for the chance to win it!

  93. Terry says:

    Definately and without a doubt “THE DAWGS” by Wendy Meagher !!! It is always a delight to see how creative and cute her animals are.

  94. ronni says:

    How do we know who won? I want to go buy my where women create business If I haven’t. Thank you.

    • Jordan says:

      Hello,

      The winners have been selected for the Where Women Create BUSINESS giveaway. It was so lovely seeing how many followers participated, and sadly, only four could win!

      ~Jordan

  95. Susan says:

    I would like to have the Prims Autumn 2013 issue; I would really love to learn from Rachel Kinnison.
    Thanks! Your magazines are wonderful.
    |Susan Burns

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For a shiny New Year, soak up new projects, new techniques, and make a fresh creative start with the innovative ideas inside these stunning January reads!

We’re sharing a special discount as per usual — just for our blog readers. (Have you subscribed yet? Click here to have our blog promos and projects sent directly to your inbox). After exploring our brand-new selection, take advantage of this FREE SHIPPING discount, which applies to any of our January releases.

Use Promo Code: BLOG0113*

Art Journaling Winter '13The Winter ’13 issue of Art Journaling has something for everyone! If you’re interested in creating pages that beg to be touched, Kelly-Ann Halbert’s use of three-dimensional elements will definitely inspire you. Roc Nicholas shares how to transform gorgeous spreads into a handmade journal that really pops. For artists who struggle with the blank white page, Mary Freeman shows how to create vivid backgrounds with everything from paint to paper to rubber stamps. Last but definitely not least, this issue’s Artist Portfolio will delight every artist, featuring the beautiful journals and artistic journey of Mary Ann Moss.

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Somerset Studio Jan/Feb '13Kick off the New Year with 2013′s most popular and innovative techniques.  Our newest Somerset Studio shows you how to create texture in your artwork, and perform breathtaking photo transfers on wood.  Along with a stunning Artist Profile on superstar Sarah Ahearn Bellemare, we reveal the imaginative results of our Aqua Challenge and share amazing mixed-media art that you can wear. You won’t want to miss unforgettable tips and inspiration from today’s hottest artists – like how to create a haven for your art journals – in this dazzling issue.

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Where Women Create BUSINESS Volume 1Where Women Create BUSINESS is an invaluable guide for every professional – from those just starting out to experienced business women. Through advice columns and in-depth feature articles, Where Women Create BUSINESS offers a multitude of knowledge and inspiration to women with a passion for success. The premiere issue is bursting with expert artisans and entrepreneurs whose extraordinary businesses speak for themselves, including Anna Griffin, Amy Butler, Kelly Rae Roberts, Vicki Brask, Holly Becker, and many more!

 

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Jewelry Affaire Winter '13The first-ever winter issue of Jewelry Affaire is a wonderland of easy-to-make designs. Sometimes the best findings make the best jewelry. Library card catalogues, dice, and shotgun shells are just a few found objects that make the jewelry in this issue so unique – there’s nothing else like it. For a winter that is opulent and productive, pick up this new issue and begin 2013 by creating jewelry you’ll love to wear and share.

~

Stampers' Sampler Winter '13Don’t miss the exciting artwork within The Stampers’ Sampler like guest artist Margriet van Schaik’s elegant yet edgy cards. You’ll also find the gorgeous results from our Bottle Template Challenge and Tiny Hearts Challenge that are sure to set your own heart aflutter. The Fabric Fixation challenge results are in as well, and we know they will ignite your creativity with this technique that is one of the hottest trends in rubber stamping right now! Find articles that showcase exciting inking techniques, fresh, new ways to use a neon color palette, and amazing hand-carved stamps in this issue you won’t want to miss.

~

Somerset Life Winter '13Make a New Year’s resolution to get artfully organized, and stick to it with the inspired ideas inside Somerset Life – like how to dress up your kitchen with simple tattered dish towels, make decorative shabby chic book bundles, and turn a vintage typewriter into a must-have photo display.  Filled with creative living ideas and tips for transforming everyday moments into unforgettable ones, this issue will inspire even the most novice crafter with its contemporary and romantic photographs and insightful, uplifting articles like “A Story of Two Art Friends.”

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Belle Armoire Winter '13Explore a winter wonderland of fashions inside the most chic issue of Belle Armoire to date! Inside this new edition, you will find the exquisite Designer Collection of Judy R. Clark and three of our most popular challenge results: eco-chic purses; wedding wear; and sentimental symbols.  Straight from New York Fashion Week, designer Katherine Soucie shows off her most recent collection, and we inspire you to create couture clothing from pantyhose. Last, but not least, love to layer this winter with a spotlight on neck cowls and scarves.

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Prims Winter '13Filled with beautiful and traditional handcrafted art, the Winter 2013 issue of Prims features a set of vintage-style dogs by Wendy Meagher, Queen Anne-inspired candy containers by Rachael Kinnison, Karen Brady Hammontree’s classic teddy bears with a French twist, and sweet paper clay dolls by Julie Haymaker Thompson. You will also find artwork by Paula Walton, Robin Seeber, Barb Moore, and Jennifer Lanne, along with many others.

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Want to win one of these issues? Click on your favorite spread, check out that issue’s table of contents, and let us know which artist you’d like to learn from most in the blog comments below! One lucky person will be selected at random to receive their choice of one of these brand-new January issues.

*Free shipping offer applies to U.S. purchases of the following January (Winter ’13) issues only: Art Journaling, Belle Armoire, Jewelry Affaire, Prims, Somerset Life, Somerset Studio, The Stampers’ Sampler, and Where Women Create BUSINESS. Discount code cannot be combined with any other offer and expires 1/31/13.

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