Giveaway and Glimpse Inside New March Issues

From the secret lives of books to how to preserve flowers in tiny glass pendants, there is something for everyone in these must-have March issues. Follow along as we open up their pages to give our Somerset Place readers an exclusive glimpse inside. Don’t forget to enter our giveaway at the bottom of this post for your chance to win.

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Receive $5 off any March title of your choice. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0315 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can be used only one time per customer).

 

Bella Grace

Bella Grace Issue 3
Bella Grace
makes its debut as a quarterly publication with this inspiring spring issue. Kim Klassen talks about the beauty of capturing everyday life, and Hannah Marcotti teaches women to embrace their “Wild Woman Edge.” Plus, you won’t want to miss a moving story about a woman’s acceptance of her graying hair and how she manages to find her own silver lining. This issue also takes a look at Kelly Rae Roberts’ possibilitarian project and shares some of our favorite Instagram collections, along with an article on the secret lives of books.

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Belle Armoire Jewelry Spring 2015

If you’re looking to take your jewelry making to the next level, you won’t want to miss the spring issue of Belle Armoire Jewelry. Within its pages, you’ll discover how to use pennies, coins, and buttons in new ways, and see how to preserve tiny flowers in glass pendants. It’s also got necklaces galore – from wood-cuts and rustic mixed-media pieces to a tin-cut necklace and Cat Kerr’s silver winged pendants. This issue’s designer collection is perfect for spring, featuring Nina Bagley’s netted wire, gorgeous trinkets, and beautiful handmade chains. Melinda Barnett shares her pretty pottery shard jewelry set, and there are plenty more intricate jewelry projects to inspire you through the season.

 

Somerset Apprentice

Somerset Apprentice Spring 2015

The spring issue of Somerset Apprentice is bursting with wonderful artwork that is sure to inspire you. Learn the fundamentals of creating Somerset-esque artwork or simply perfect what you already know with easy-to-understand instructions and close-up photos by artists like Linda Trenholm, Ivy Newport, Kathy McCreedy, Laly Mille, Anne Bagby, Cynthia Shaffer, and Lynn Whipple. Join us as these artists share the secrets to creating stunning layered collages, mixed-media masterpieces, and assemblage art. Our From the Pros section includes tips and tricks from artists Sarah Ahearn Bellemare, Lisa McIlvain, Caterina Giglio, Mandy Russell, Renee Stien, and others.

 

Somerset Digital Studio

Somerset Digital Studio Spring 2015

Whether you’re new to the world of digital artwork or are an experienced veteran, the colorful spring issue of Somerset Digital Studio has something for everyone. This publication features the creative artwork of Cheryl Tarrant, Veronica Hassel, Raphaël Vicenzi, Anja De Dobbelaere, Angi Sullins & Silas Toball from Duirwaigh Studios, and many others. With 11 full-feature articles, 8 Spotlight mini-articles, and page after page of Gallery offerings, you’ll be delighted with the diversity of work. From the whimsical to the dramatic, photo manipulation to fabulous blending tricks, and lots of iPhoneography, you’ll find artwork to spark your creativity.

 

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio March/April 2015

Celebrate the beginning of spring with the leading mixed-media magazine on the market, Somerset Studio. Discover the extraordinary artistic styles of Shelley Rhodes, who combines fabric, paper, and stitching with drawings and prints, in our Artist Profile. Read along as Finnabair takes on texture, Colette Copeland explores a new form of monoprinting, and we’re also going to show you how to fix “ruined” paintings. Learn how to craft journals from discarded packaging material, enjoy a clever mini-book that’s full of cheeky and snarky fun, and stick around as we take an in-depth look at journaling on a small scale.

 

Take Ten

Take Ten Spring 2015

Get into the spirit of spring with the newest issue of Take Ten! Within these pages you will find instructions for over 300 sweet and seasonal cards. Whether you’re looking to make cards that feature contemporary birthday cupcakes or you want to create a more understated thank you card, be sure to pick up your copy for inspiration. Learn to make stand-out party invitations as the warmer months approach or change your stamping routine with artful design layouts by taking pointers from our Design Challenge. And be on the lookout for all the stripy cards in this issue, a result of our Stripe Hype Challenge!

 

Where Women Cook

Where Women Cook Spring 2015

Ever wonder where someone who is constantly in the public eye curls up to indulge in a bit of comfort food? This issue reveals the beautiful kitchens of Sally McKenney from the popular baking website Sally’s Baking Addiction and country music singer Sunny Sweeney. You won’t want to miss out on some juicy insider secrets from Delilah Snell, co-creator of the annual food and craft conference, Craftcation. And to celebrate the beginning of spring, get some tasty cupcake inspiration from Debbie Adler of Sweet Debbie’s Organic Cupcakes. Welcome this wonderful new season with Where Women Cook!

Don’t Forget to Enter our Giveaway!

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new March issue to three lucky winners. Leave us a comment about which issue you find most intriguing for your chance to win.

 

Winners will be randomly selected and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 03/31/15 at 11:59pm.

 

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Summer ’15) issues only: Where Women Cook, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Take Ten, Somerset Studio, Somerset Digital Studio, Somerset Apprentice, Take Ten, or Bella Grace. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 03/31/15.

 

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99 Responses to “Giveaway and Glimpse Inside New March Issues”

  1. stamping sue says:

    I always like Take Ten because I’m a cardmaker at heart and love to see what cards others create. But I like Somerset Studio for it’s in dept articles on how to create the most creavtive art!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  2. Kathy Davis says:

    Take Ten would be my pick.

  3. Kathrine says:

    Somerset Studio is my favorite magazine. I’ve have been reading it since I started rubber stamping many years ago. But I’m very intrigued by Bella Grace. It looks like a new favorite!

  4. Allison CB says:

    Where Women Cook ….looks very interesting!!!

  5. Tabitha Klucking says:

    I’ve recently gotten into jewelry and metals, so the Belle Armoire Jewelry really caught my eye this month. Love that bracelet!

  6. Anna H says:

    Well, the Bella Grace looks very inviting, would love to delve deeper into it. Thanks for the chance!

  7. would love a copy of Belle Grace…taking a class from Kim Klassen…would love to explore her article and be inspired by the other artists featured

  8. Kathy S says:

    Is it spring yet? In Belle Armoire Jewelry it seems so. Beautiful.

  9. Rae Jean Wycoff says:

    The Belle Armoire Jewelry looks intriguing!

  10. Kathlene Ford-Walters says:

    Definitely Somerset Apprentice. Looks like a fantastic magazine.

  11. Jackie P Neal says:

    Surely the Somerset Studio is my favorite!! Thanks so much for the chance!!

  12. terri says:

    Take Ten would be my first choice for sure.

  13. Diva Kreszl says:

    I love all your publications but my. Favorite would have to be Bell Grace with Somerset Studio coming in second!

  14. joy meadows says:

    Bella Grace sounds divine to me! I love all of the Somerset publications; just don’t have the budget to purchase them all. :(

  15. Esther says:

    I love Bella Grace. I love every issue. I’m sure the next issue will just as good

  16. Marilyn C. says:

    Somerset Studio please!

  17. Colleen Bammann says:

    The Spring issue of Somerset Digital Studio looks amazing with lots of color and ideas. I do prefer a magazine to look at so my first choice would be Somerset Studio. I love working with fabric, paper and stitching on it. Thanks for providing great magazines for all of us to learn from.

  18. Nancy Lorenz says:

    I absolutely love your wonderful creative magazines. I pour over them every time I buy one or receive one as part of subscription in the mail. I also appreciate how you send each one wrapped in plastic or in a envelope so it has less chance of getting bent or destroyed on the way to my home. Thank you for the care you put into sending them. That also shows me the care you put into each edition that you publish! Since I get a few already, I think I’ll choose Take Ten since I haven’t subscribed to it yet. Thank you for the opportunity!

  19. carmelle Tidd says:

    Summerset Studios looks to be the most appealing magazine for me. I have not seen this magazine in person. Unfortuantely I live in a small town that does not carry the magazines, so would love to win a copy.

  20. Jennifer Hernandez says:

    I cannot wait for the next issue of Bella Grace! The magazine is absolutely gorgeous, but reading the publication transports you to a zen-creative place where peace and creativity are abundant. Love this magazine!

  21. jan says:

    I never miss an issue of Somerset Apprentice!!!!

  22. carol barol says:

    My experience with making jewelry is limited but I must say that not only the cover of Belle Armoire caught my eye, but also the sea inspired pieces. I’m dieing to give these a try! Love indeed!

  23. Without a doubt Somerset Studio Magazine! I love creating in mixed media and your March featured artists are sure to give some creative inspiration!! Thanks for the opportunity! :)

  24. Cindi says:

    Bella Grace is a beautiful, ethereal read.
    I like the wonderful way it looks at life and the
    photos are gorgeous! Many thanks, Cindi

  25. Susan Batson says:

    Somerset Studio is a must!

  26. I am a fan of Take Ten! I love making cards. Once you send someone a handmade card, you can NEVER give them store bought. Great Inspiration when you need a great card, and you have little time!

  27. nancy Johnston says:

    I would love the Belle Armoire Jewelry for inspiration in my own work, but Somerset Studio is always the ONE I absolutely have to get each month if none others.

  28. Robin Redd says:

    I’m VERY intrigued by the Somerset Apprentice!

  29. Kim Gaynor says:

    I’m very intrigued by the new issue of Bella Grace. The photography is stunning! I’m definitely going to check out Kim Klassen’s website!

  30. Deb Brown says:

    Oh! The Take Ten! I need lots of ideas for wonderful cards for my seniors at work!! Would love to win it.

  31. Amy says:

    Bella Grace! My favorite magazine on the market@

  32. Kelly Aubert says:

    I’m dying to see Bella Grace!

  33. Maggie M says:

    I would enjoy either Somerset Studio or Take Ten as I love both mixed media art and card-making:)

  34. sally peters says:

    I love Somerset. I’ve kept every issue from the beginning.

  35. Debbie Gilbert says:

    Oh, I would love to try Artful Blogging – Your mags are the best by far. I already receive Somerset Digital Studio and it is AWESOME!!!

  36. melissa says:

    Would love to have the jewelry magazine. It is so inspiring.
    melissa

  37. oh, I’d love a copy of Somerset Apprentice! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  38. Barbara Moore says:

    I would love to give Somerset Apprentice a good look. I read Somerset Studio always but would like to try a new magazine.

  39. NancyJB says:

    I always like to look at Sommerset Studio and enjoy Finnabair’s work.

  40. Ella says:

    Ooooh, so hard to pick! I am intrigued to see the floral art by Shelly Rhodes, but I can’t wait to see the magic inside Bella Grace~

    The coin said heads: Somerset Studio

  41. anne says:

    I am interested in mixed media so would love to check out the Somerset Studio magazine.

  42. Carol boyer says:

    Where women cook. Hands down!

  43. Teri says:

    I would love to win a copy of Where Women Cook. It is my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win. :)

  44. cathy ward says:

    Would love to win Bella Grace as I am a big fan of Kim Klassen’s!

  45. Ann says:

    Somerset Studio is looking so fabulous to me. Would love to win it. I just picked up the Somerset Apprentice Spring Issue and it is wonderful.

  46. Carol Weiler says:

    I would love Somerset Apprentice. Love learning new techniques and I like the art of several artists listed. Thanks for the opportunity.

  47. Susan S says:

    I cannot choose which issue I am most intrigued by because I enjoy so many of the magazines. Somerset Studio, Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Digital Studio, Take Ten and Belle Armoire Jewelry. They are all wonderful!

  48. Christine V says:

    Only ONE Inspiring magazine? There are so many talented artists and production people at work in each glorious magazine it makes it near impossible to choose! So, for this season, I think…it may be Somerset Studio. Not only are these works inspirational but I may be able to work along with the artists and develop some inspiration of my own. Thank you for so many delightful inspirations!

  49. MARTHAIA says:

    Somerset Studio is a favorite enjoy all the projects of mix media art..

  50. My favorite is Take Ten. As a card maker I love to see new manufacturers and new ideas.

  51. Darla says:

    I had seen your May/June Somerset Studio Magazine in the grocery store and the cover drew me in. I bought it not sure of the term mixed media. I then became interested in trying out one of the simpler projects. Like the Composition Book cover one. I also liked the free artist paper. I then discovered your website and the free projects. I saw this contest and see that the Apprentice magazine is for beginners. I would love to see that one also. I’m sure it is great an should have more for me to start with. Thanks so much. Water Color pencils is all I did before :-)

  52. Vicki W says:

    I’d enjoy learning new techniques with Somerset Apprentice.

  53. Normajean Brevik says:

    Belle Armoire Jewelry! Love, love, love the Faux Sea bracelet!!!

  54. Deb says:

    I’d go for the Where Women Cook. I’ve made a recipe from Sally’s Baking blog so would enjoy seeing an article on her.

  55. Jodi says:

    I love the Apprintence issue and always look forward to the new issues. It’ an inspiration and clear guide on how to do things or remember how to do things. (LOL)

  56. Sharon says:

    For me, the March issue of Somerset Studios would be most intriguing. I’m very much into upcycled journals, and enjoy exchanging info on what may be accomplished from cardboard boxes, hemp cord, paint, and magazine bits!

  57. Pam S says:

    The Belle Amoire Jewelry issue looks lovely! Lots of beautiful and unique jewelry ideas. Thanks for the chance to win!

  58. Sarah says:

    I think that Belle Grace sounds nice!

  59. Catherine G says:

    I love all of the additions, but I can never wait for Take Ten to be published!

  60. Lori H says:

    I’m a big fan of Somerset Digital Studio. Thanks for the entry into your giveaway!

  61. Ooh! The Bella Grace “Finding Stillness” issue looks amazing! Thanks and God bless!

  62. Renee says:

    I love Sommerset Apprentice! It is always an inspiration. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

  63. Miss Iowa says:

    I already subscribe to several of your magazines and love them dearly, but I don’t get Take 10. I started out rubber stamping and stamps still figure greatly in my artwork.

  64. Fonda Rush says:

    “Take Ten” would jump-start my creativity! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  65. Jane Oetterer says:

    I love the Somerset Life magazine!

  66. Cathy C says:

    I love Kim Klassen’s work – Bella Grace!

  67. Scharlyn says:

    Oh my, the Sophie’s Choice of magazines! If I have to choose it would be Bella Grace, but I love them all!

  68. Constance R. says:

    Somerset Digital Studio is a really good magazine. I have three issues and I have learned so much from them. If I don’t win this issue, I’ll buy it. Thanks for this great publication!

  69. Lucie Hale says:

    It is so hard to choose but I think I am most intrigued by the Somerset Studio issue which will have an article by Finnabar and also some articles on clever mini books!!!

  70. Sandra Cook says:

    I would pick Somerset Studio. I can’t wait to getmy hands on a copy. After reading about the issue, it is exactly what I need to getmy creative juices flowing again!

  71. Kathy says:

    I would like Sommerset Apprentice as I am always trying to improve my work.

  72. Barb Skelley says:

    Would LOVE to win a copy of Somerset Digital Studio. Always waiting anxiously for the next edition, but unfortunately it is not always available at our local bookstore. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

  73. Gayle Johnson says:

    My absolute favorite right now is Bella Grace, which I already have. I have to purchase them the first day they are on the stands. I also like Somerset Studio and I am interested in trying the Somerset Digital Studio, so winning ether of those would be really nice. I have been collecting many of your publications for many years. I keep them all, except when I accidentally buy duplicates.

  74. Barb Buckton says:

    I look forward to Sommerset Life.

  75. KYM ROBSON says:

    I love them but my two favorite would be Home and green crafts.

  76. Laura West says:

    Somerset Apprentice looks like a magazine that I would absolutely love to get!

  77. Laura says:

    Somerset Studio and Somerset Digital Studio are filled with wonderful colors and designs to inspire any creative soul!

  78. I always share my Where Women Cook issues with my three grown daughters, who then pass them on to friends!

  79. Sandra H. says:

    I really like Somerset Studio as each issue is always different and so inspiring.

  80. Ellee says:

    Where Women Cook is my choice.

  81. Yan says:

    Somerset Digital Studio, of course!

  82. Rose says:

    Your magazines are a great inspiration to me. I would pick the Apprentice. Thanks the chance.

  83. Sarah Thomas says:

    I love Kim’s work and Bella Grace grabbed my attention immediately. But then I scrolled and as you might imagine several others did as well! Since all of the above is not an option I’m leaning towards Where Women Cook. Thanks! :-)

  84. Luz Rubianes says:

    I like the variety of information in the Somerset Studio magazine.

  85. Dana Martin says:

    Hello everyone there!
    My favorite of these? Somerset Studio…..I still have copies from over 4 years ago…I read and re-read them for inspiration and for a lift if i am having a bad day,,, really!
    Thanks
    hugs, Dana Martin

  86. chark says:

    Apprentice looks cool!

  87. Sarah Oswald says:

    I like the Belle Armoire Jewelry one the best thanks for the chance to win.

  88. jean marmo says:

    I think Somerset studios is my fave. Such amazing inspiration!

  89. Marcia Borgstadt says:

    Bella Grace looks so FUN!! Just from the photo, it looks very simple, yet elegant! Good luck to me!

  90. Vanessa G P says:

    Belle Armoire Jewelry would be a fun read! Thank you for such amazing eye candy and inspiration!

  91. Lucie Hale says:

    I am most intrigued by Somerset Studio. Can’t wait to read Finnabairs take on texture. I do a lot of mixed media! Also, the craft journaling articles look particularly interesting as I have lately been doing a lot of art journaling, and love making my own books!

  92. Judy Hall says:

    The beauty and intrigue of Bella Grace have been calling to me. This month’s story about coming of “grace”, Kellie Rae Roberts and her wonderful possibilitarian tribe and the glorious photography make me want this beauty even more.

  93. Beth says:

    I would be very interested in Somerset Apprentice. Thanks for the chance of seeing it!

  94. Erin Beutel says:

    It’s hard to choose from all the beautiful new issues but I’d really love to read Bella Grace.

  95. Somerset Studios is my favorite, from the spreads featured. However, each one has its charm and of course, they all give such amazing inspiration!

  96. Ellee says:

    Where Women Cook definitely caught my eye!

  97. Christine V says:

    Somerset Apprentice; an awesome way to learn new techniques!

  98. M Kat says:

    I love Bella Armoire Jewelry! It inspires me to do better in my own work!

  99. Sandra W says:

    I find the Bella Grace most intriguing as I have not seen an edition of this magazine yet. I have quite a few copies of the others and read them all cover to cover several times. I find all the Somerset Studios magazines to be a delight to the senses.

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From the secret lives of books to how to preserve flowers in tiny glass pendants, there is something for everyone in these must-have March issues. Follow along as we open up their pages to give our Somerset Place readers an exclusive glimpse inside. Don’t forget to enter our giveaway at the bottom of this post for your chance to win.

discount

Receive $5 off any March title of your choice. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0315 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can be used only one time per customer).

 

Bella Grace

Bella Grace Issue 3
Bella Grace
makes its debut as a quarterly publication with this inspiring spring issue. Kim Klassen talks about the beauty of capturing everyday life, and Hannah Marcotti teaches women to embrace their “Wild Woman Edge.” Plus, you won’t want to miss a moving story about a woman’s acceptance of her graying hair and how she manages to find her own silver lining. This issue also takes a look at Kelly Rae Roberts’ possibilitarian project and shares some of our favorite Instagram collections, along with an article on the secret lives of books.

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Belle Armoire Jewelry Spring 2015

If you’re looking to take your jewelry making to the next level, you won’t want to miss the spring issue of Belle Armoire Jewelry. Within its pages, you’ll discover how to use pennies, coins, and buttons in new ways, and see how to preserve tiny flowers in glass pendants. It’s also got necklaces galore – from wood-cuts and rustic mixed-media pieces to a tin-cut necklace and Cat Kerr’s silver winged pendants. This issue’s designer collection is perfect for spring, featuring Nina Bagley’s netted wire, gorgeous trinkets, and beautiful handmade chains. Melinda Barnett shares her pretty pottery shard jewelry set, and there are plenty more intricate jewelry projects to inspire you through the season.

 

Somerset Apprentice

Somerset Apprentice Spring 2015

The spring issue of Somerset Apprentice is bursting with wonderful artwork that is sure to inspire you. Learn the fundamentals of creating Somerset-esque artwork or simply perfect what you already know with easy-to-understand instructions and close-up photos by artists like Linda Trenholm, Ivy Newport, Kathy McCreedy, Laly Mille, Anne Bagby, Cynthia Shaffer, and Lynn Whipple. Join us as these artists share the secrets to creating stunning layered collages, mixed-media masterpieces, and assemblage art. Our From the Pros section includes tips and tricks from artists Sarah Ahearn Bellemare, Lisa McIlvain, Caterina Giglio, Mandy Russell, Renee Stien, and others.

 

Somerset Digital Studio

Somerset Digital Studio Spring 2015

Whether you’re new to the world of digital artwork or are an experienced veteran, the colorful spring issue of Somerset Digital Studio has something for everyone. This publication features the creative artwork of Cheryl Tarrant, Veronica Hassel, Raphaël Vicenzi, Anja De Dobbelaere, Angi Sullins & Silas Toball from Duirwaigh Studios, and many others. With 11 full-feature articles, 8 Spotlight mini-articles, and page after page of Gallery offerings, you’ll be delighted with the diversity of work. From the whimsical to the dramatic, photo manipulation to fabulous blending tricks, and lots of iPhoneography, you’ll find artwork to spark your creativity.

 

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio March/April 2015

Celebrate the beginning of spring with the leading mixed-media magazine on the market, Somerset Studio. Discover the extraordinary artistic styles of Shelley Rhodes, who combines fabric, paper, and stitching with drawings and prints, in our Artist Profile. Read along as Finnabair takes on texture, Colette Copeland explores a new form of monoprinting, and we’re also going to show you how to fix “ruined” paintings. Learn how to craft journals from discarded packaging material, enjoy a clever mini-book that’s full of cheeky and snarky fun, and stick around as we take an in-depth look at journaling on a small scale.

 

Take Ten

Take Ten Spring 2015

Get into the spirit of spring with the newest issue of Take Ten! Within these pages you will find instructions for over 300 sweet and seasonal cards. Whether you’re looking to make cards that feature contemporary birthday cupcakes or you want to create a more understated thank you card, be sure to pick up your copy for inspiration. Learn to make stand-out party invitations as the warmer months approach or change your stamping routine with artful design layouts by taking pointers from our Design Challenge. And be on the lookout for all the stripy cards in this issue, a result of our Stripe Hype Challenge!

 

Where Women Cook

Where Women Cook Spring 2015

Ever wonder where someone who is constantly in the public eye curls up to indulge in a bit of comfort food? This issue reveals the beautiful kitchens of Sally McKenney from the popular baking website Sally’s Baking Addiction and country music singer Sunny Sweeney. You won’t want to miss out on some juicy insider secrets from Delilah Snell, co-creator of the annual food and craft conference, Craftcation. And to celebrate the beginning of spring, get some tasty cupcake inspiration from Debbie Adler of Sweet Debbie’s Organic Cupcakes. Welcome this wonderful new season with Where Women Cook!

Don’t Forget to Enter our Giveaway!

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new March issue to three lucky winners. Leave us a comment about which issue you find most intriguing for your chance to win.

 

Winners will be randomly selected and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 03/31/15 at 11:59pm.

 

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Summer ’15) issues only: Where Women Cook, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Take Ten, Somerset Studio, Somerset Digital Studio, Somerset Apprentice, Take Ten, or Bella Grace. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 03/31/15.

 

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