Glimpse Inside: New October Issues + A Coupon + A Giveaway!

glimpse inside September Issues discount code Receive $5 off on October issues, priced $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1015 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Art Journaling

Art Journaling October Issue



In every quarterly issue of Art Journaling, artists open their journals to share creative techniques for expressing raw emotions. This issue’s Artist Profile features Anahata Katkin of PAPAYA! Art and a sneak peek into her creative process. Also in the autumn issue, Ella Wilson truly mixes up her media by using tea to create color on her art journal pages and Bebe Butler illustrates just how much emotion can be portrayed through paint. Plus, list-making doesn’t have to be boring — Jennifer Bomgardner uses her art journal to compile those ever-important lists regarding everyday life.

 

Haute Handbags

Haute Handbags October Issue



Need some inspiration for your next bag project? Look no further! In this issue of Haute Handbags, feast your eyes upon pages and pages filled with one-of-a-kind bags, clutches, coin purses, and more! The decorative bags featured in our autumn issue run the gamut of styles, from elegant to everyday. See our embellished ladylike clutches in a variety of jewel tones, or upgrade your tote bag using a photo transfer technique. We’ll show you how to alter cross body bags, clutches, and shoulder bags using a variety of unexpected mediums and materials. Also, discover new ways to use denim, burlap, velvet, and canvas in your next project.

 

Jewelry Affaire

Jewelry Affaire October Issue



In the autumn issue of Jewelry Affaire, 3 Divas Studio shares a shabby-chic boho collection of necklaces and bracelets. Find creative uses for patina on all sorts of pieces and add an earthy edge to your pieces with raw gemstones. For the girl who likes to add a dose of sparkle to her look, this issue features tiny glass bottle necklace pendants with a dash of whimsy. Plus, we’ll show you how to repurpose typewriter balls into necklaces.

Order a copy today and learn to make and wear visual stunners that can be worn every day, are sure to garner compliments, and command attention.

 

Mingle

Mingle October Issue



Don’t miss out on our holiday entertaining issue, covering every occasion from Halloween to New Year’s! Grab a cup of cocoa, turn on some festive tunes, and get ready for the holiday issue of Mingle jam-packed with events from friendsgiving celebrations and a woodland picnic, to a holiday office party and gift wrapping workshop! Britt Fluth shares her Flannel, Figs, and Fur dinner party celebrating the holiday season and great friends, while Keri-Anne Pink throws a pumpkin carving get-together. You won’t want to miss Tammy Mitchell’s “Bone Appétit” Halloween bash, Patty Smith’s New Year’s party, or Sara De St. Jean’s Cozy Tree Trimming. Make sure to pick up a copy of this festive issue!

 

Somerset Life

Somerset Life October Issue



Somerset Life wants to help you get into the gift-giving spirit with beautiful, creative ideas for adding special handmade touches to your wrapped gift. In the autumn issue, celebrate any occasion with handmade crowns and transform tiny envelopes into gift card holders. Featuring the latest trend — test tubes — see how to fit an entire birthday celebration in a single tube or create stunning soldered ornaments with them. Make easy trick-or-treat bags made from tote bags, or for Thanksgiving, explore a creative way to share your gratitude.

 

The Stampers’ Sampler

The Stampers' Sampler October Issue



Card season is here with this new installment of The Stampers’ Sampler! As we head into the busiest time of the year, preparing for holidays like Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, many of us are inspired by DIY projects that make a statement. The Autumn 2015 Issue of The Stampers’ Sampler includes the Holiday Happenings Challenge results (one of our most popular challenges of the year), full-color articles featuring beautiful rubber stamping projects, and even more!

 

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create BUSINESS October Issue



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 autumn issue introduces Tori Jayne and Sarah Wilkerson of Clickin Moms — a photography organization that embraces and serves female photographers of all levels, from hobbyists to professionals. Other features include Megan Strasser of Fern, a retail space that offers a carefully edited selection of beautiful and unique objects along with a curated assortment of plants, and Claire Godschalk Luff of Finn Meadows Farm. Also, meet Dixie and Linda, “The Funky Junk Sisters,” who are the women behind the Junk Salvation flea market and see how designer Deborah Waltz transforms furniture at Peinture Studio.

 

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway for a Free Magazine

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new October issue to three lucky winners. Leave us a comment about which issue you can’t wait to get your hands on for your chance to win.

Winners will be randomly selected for our magazine giveaway and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 10/31/15 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Autumn ’15) issues only: Art Journaling, Haute Handbags, Jewelry Affaire, Mingle, Somerset Life, and Where Women Create BUSINESS. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer or used on The Stampers’ Sampler. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 10/31/15.

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105 Responses to “Glimpse Inside: New October Issues + A Coupon + A Giveaway!”

  1. Sandra Webster says:

    I can’t wait to see the Where Women Create Business! Always read cover to cover and love the motivated ambition of each author. Gets me so revvvvvvved up!

  2. Carolyn Williams says:

    I am always inspired by those who use art in their journaling and October’s Art Journaling magazine looks to do just that.

  3. Kathleen B. says:

    I love to make art cards, so my favorite issue is Stampler’s Sampler. Thank you for a chance to win!

  4. Jen East says:

    I’m a big fan of most of your publications, but right now Art Jounaling is looking especially juicy!

  5. Madelyn B says:

    I always read ‘Where Women Create Business’ and often read ‘The Stampers Sampler’, so I would love to get my hands on Haute Handbags….and try something new. It looks wild.

  6. heidi w. says:

    Would love a copy of “Where Women Create Business”…this would be really cool as my sister was just featured in Click magazine! I also would love the read on the “Funky Junk Sister!”

  7. Kathy S says:

    Mingle—festive is just around the corner!

  8. sherry butcher says:

    Art Journaling, love this!

  9. Lynn Coulter says:

    I’m looking forward to the next issue of Mingle. I love the party theme ideas. Great work!

  10. Peggy Lee says:

    With so many inspirational featured businesswomen, whom I am very interested in learning more from, I would love to covet an issue of “Where Women Create Business”. It is the one for me!

  11. Sherri says:

    Can’t wait to see Stamper’s Sampler–love the turquoise and black cards by Susan Blakely!

  12. nadya kotik says:

    I can’t wait to get the Mingle magazine

  13. Susan Busha says:

    Jewelry Affair…never seen an issue but this looks like a great issue to start with !

  14. Peg Klitch says:

    Love all your magazines but Art Journal looks exciting this time…can’t wait to receive it! Thanks for consistently providing readers with wonderful material.

  15. Terri francis says:

    I am interested in the issue of Art Journaling. The sample makes me feel like creating something right this minute.

  16. Long time reader, addicted to all publications.
    proud to be published in some and the current Somerset Studios.

  17. Terry G. says:

    I love the “Art Journaling” issue!

  18. Savannah Hickman says:

    I can not wait to get the Jewelry affaire magazine! I am new to jewelry making and would love the inspiration!

  19. I loved seeing the Art Journaling issue. Can’t wait to see it in person! I’m a writer so I appreciate the quality of Somerset Magazines.

  20. Renee Zarate says:

    I noticed Ella Wilson will be in the new Art Journaling issue! I LOVE her work and can’t wait to see what she has created. Looking forward to seeing that issue.

  21. Kathy Gannon says:

    I get so excited when it’s time for a new issue of “Life” is about to come out! I relish every page . . .over and over again. I’ve made or tried so many of the inspirational projects. These magazines are my favorite things!!!

  22. Linda Graf says:

    I make & sell jewelry, but am so drawn to mixed media, so Art Journaling would be exciting to read! Plus so many of those techniques can be applied to my jewelry!

  23. Pam Thonn says:

    Would love any of them! Just started art journaling and love these magazines for inspiration!

  24. Ella says:

    Renee Zarate, you made me tear up! You are so sweet~
    I look forward to seeing your art-I know moving has made life hectic~ Your way with color is always awe-inspiring and makes my inner child want to witness more rainbows and wear more color!

    Me, I love all of these offerings, but Mingle is tempting me~ I love the special holiday touches!

  25. Teresa R says:

    I can’t wait to get the Art Journaling magazine.

  26. MARTHAIA says:

    Oh My !!! Too many hard decisions but I will pick JEWELRY AFFAIRE MAG,,, Thanks

  27. This upcoming issue of “Art Journaling” looks fabulous! Would love to own it! :)

  28. Retta says:

    I cannot wait for the new Jewelry Affaire. It’s always been one of my very favorites!

  29. Denise L says:

    Would love to read Where Women Create Business, as I’m planning a new art studio in the next year!

  30. Judy says:

    I love them all…would love to see Where Women Create Business..Love seeing what others are making.

  31. becca says:

    Well, since I already picked up Art Journaling I would have to say it would be Where Women Create it inspires me on so many levels!

  32. Jessica says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on art journaling!

  33. Barb Lawson says:

    I would love to have a copy of Jewelry Affair Magazine. Such creative jewelry is always a creative adventure for me.

  34. Annmarie says:

    Love all your magazines but your next issue of Mingle is a must have!!

  35. Brooke Bock says:

    I love all the Stampington publications and would love a copy of Somerset Life…It is one of my favorites for inspiration…Hard to choose though..and I was honored and surprised to see my earrings featured for Jewelry Affaire…That issue is fabulous…as always…

  36. Julie Morgen says:

    Have loved reading Where Women Create since first edition and keep all copies. I also make jewelry and all things crafty so I read tons of these magazines. These magazines are so beautifully crafted. Would LOVE to get Jewelry Affaire!

  37. Angela D says:

    I would love to see the new Jewelry Affaire.

  38. Ann says:

    I’m lovin’ those cute little embellished bags in Somerset Life and would love to see more. I pinned here, https://www.pinterest.com/pin/63331938487388509/

  39. SusanIrene says:

    I would love a copy of Somerset Life and will be looking forward to seeing all of the new magazines. They are all so inspirational.

  40. Tiffani says:

    Probably Art Journaling. Looks like lots of beautiful inspiration!

  41. Sheila Wayne says:

    The Haute Handbag looks fun and very interesting. Since a child I have always wanted to expand my sewing skills into a business where I can be designing and creating what I envision.

  42. Elizabeth Reflogle says:

    I need to return to my sewing…one of my first loves so I have to pick “Haute Handbag”.

  43. NieNie says:

    I would love to win a copy of the new Stampers’ Sampler! Bummed that I can’t use the October coupon code on that issue. :/

  44. Brenda Lee says:

    I can’t wait to see those beautiful red pages up close in Art Journaling! Definitely would love a copy of that one.

  45. Vicki Sun says:

    I’d love to get my hands on Art Journaling.

  46. Debbie Gilbert says:

    I love all your publications and subscribe to Digital Studio, however, would love a chance to read Art Journaling! Thank you!

  47. Kathy says:

    All these magazines look great but the “Bone Appetite” article in Mingle sounds intriguing. I would love to win a copy of Mingle and check it out! Thanks for a chance!

  48. Monika R says:

    I’ve treasured the issues of your publications for years. Art Journaling has become one of my favorites, because it was the one that dared me to take a chance doing something new!

  49. anne says:

    I LOVE THEM ALL! Looking at the preview images I would have to pick Where Women Create BUSINESS. Thanks for the offer.

  50. Jeanne Elliott says:

    My fav is Haute Handbags. I love seeing the new bag ideas.

  51. Paula Haynes says:

    I can’t wait to see Art Journaling! I journal and love to see others journaling techniques and amazing layouts.

  52. Jill says:

    Jewelry Affaire!

  53. Linda Thomas says:

    I love all of your magazines, but my all time favorite is Somerset Life. That’s the one that I always anticipate seeing when the new issues come out.

  54. Denise Spillane says:

    Art journaling is the one I love! Best examples and pages ever. I love this magazine and it is like a gift every time I buy it.

  55. stephanie says:

    Art Journaling looks so inspiring! I want!

  56. Jacque says:

    It is difficult to choose, but I would love to have Jewellery Affaire in my collection!

  57. Louena says:

    I really enjoy your publications! The texture of the covers are awesome, so I especially love your art journaling issues! There’s so much to inspire me and I can even adapt to my young granddaughters ! Thanks for all your magazines in a digital world!

  58. Ruby T says:

    I would like to see Jewelry Affaire as the holidays are approaching and many creative projects are always featured. Thank you

  59. Mary G says:

    Somerset Life is my life style “bible”. I’d love to win a copy of the October issue!

  60. Kathy H says:

    I’d love to win a copy of Where Women Create Business. I have subscriptions to Somerset Life and Art Journaling and love them!

  61. Vicki A says:

    Where Women Create….love love love it!

  62. Karen says:

    Yes please ❤️

  63. i WOULD LOVE TO RECEIVE A COPY OF Somerset Life! Thank you for the chance to win!

  64. Rose says:

    Art Journaling is for me. Oh, I wish I could, wish I could. But I’m just not that good…
    Thanks

  65. Beckie Holso says:

    I LOVE “Art Journaling” magazine!

  66. Robin Redd says:

    i love the Art Journal Mag!

    ~Robin

  67. JackieP Neal says:

    The Art Journaling magazine is the one I can’t wait to get my hands on! The inside peeks look so full of color and inspiration, well, it just makes me squeal with delight!! “)

  68. Sonja C says:

    I would love the Where Women Create Business. It’s definitely inspiring and informative!

  69. Francine says:

    Somerset Life is always inspiring and gorgeous. Adjusting from outdoorsy, sunny summer is a little difficult in my rainy Pacific NW. So, I seek the positive outlook of the autumn Somerset Life as a vivid reminder that fall is also a fun and glorious season.

  70. Vickie Rzanski says:

    Haute Handbags Autumn 2015 is the one I want! I love sewing and can’t wait for this issue!

  71. Jamie D, says:

    I would love to win a copy of Haute Handbag!

  72. April Esterly says:

    Would love to see Jewelry Affaire.

  73. stamping sue says:

    The Stampers’ Sampler is my pick…just love all the ideas I get from this magazine.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  74. sherry butcher says:

    Would love to get my hands on The Stampers’ Sampler. TFS.

  75. Connie says:

    I have never read Where Women Create, but I am so very interested in it. I can’t wait to read one.

  76. I’d love to win a copy of Where Women Create Business.

  77. Denise says:

    Jewelry Affaire

  78. Kare says:

    Art Journaling would motivate me.

  79. Teri says:

    I would love to win Where Women Create Business! Especially since Dixie and Linda are in it. :)

  80. Wow, I honestly cannot choose between the October issue of Mingle and Somerset Life… Either one would make me Stop in my tracks… and ponder over each luscious page :)

  81. Gail B. says:

    I would really love to have a copy of the Art Journaling magazine. I am always in need of great ideas.

  82. Cathy C says:

    that faux bone article really looks great

  83. Esther says:

    I can’t wait for Somerset Life.

  84. Why am I so surprised that even at my age I learn something NEW from every issue of Where Women Create Business? Have only read a few of them, but they keep me coming back for more, so I’d love to see the latest issue to see what those creative women are going to teach me! (I’m into Funky Junk myself at ChicTiques Cafe!)

  85. Carla Hundley says:

    This issue of
    The Stampers’ Sampler,
    looks to be full of
    holidays goodies to
    make. Would love an
    issue of it.
    Carla from Utah

  86. Nadine Jordan says:

    I love the Stampede sampler and Someset life.And many others.As I am on a fixed income I have to pick and choose but always work it out.

  87. Shirley says:

    I love almost everything you put out, but Mingle really appeals this time. Thank you!

  88. PUFF says:

    Cant wait to get my hands on the handbag issue I wasn’t to make the bag in this email. It is just enough for me to carry my drawing/sketching stuff in.

  89. Sandra Hughes says:

    I always enjoy Somerset Life and the Oct. issue would be great!

  90. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    Art Journaling is an art I’d like to explore more. Mahalo for this fabulous giveaway.

  91. Patsy Tabbert says:

    That glimpse into Somerset Life is beautiful and I can’t wait to see what’s inside the rest of the magazine!

  92. cheryl dungan says:

    Would love to win the new Art Journaling! Love, love, love your magazines!

  93. Jan Taylor says:

    It’s a pleasure to read any of these issues and I would like to set my eyes on a copy of Somerset Life.

  94. jan says:

    Where Women Create and Somerset Life are two of my favorites!

  95. Robin says:

    Art journaling. And somerset life. I love trying the art journaling techniques and getting ideas from both publications.

  96. Irene Cortez says:

    I would love the Somerset Life magazine. I love your magazines. I thank you for the chance to win a copy. My birthday is in October and I usually get one of my favorite magazines in October and sit at Barnes and Noble with a latte and read through your magazine. Just love how it takes me away to a special zen place. Thank you very much. I love the photography.

  97. Christine V says:

    Art Journaling looks so inspiring this October! But, oh, I do love Sew Somerset – alas not in this give-a-way!

  98. Michelle Nelson says:

    I’m becoming an art journaler and would love to win the Art Journaling magazine for techniques and inspiration.

  99. Karen F says:

    It’s hard to choose just one, but I think it would be the Stamper’s Sampler. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

  100. Rena M. says:

    Where Women Create Business has the best stories and advice for newbies!

  101. Kathleen B. says:

    My favorite is Stampers Sampler Magazine. Thanks for the chance to win!

  102. Debra Armstrong says:

    I would love to see Art Journaling as I never have.

  103. Debi Haverly says:

    It’s a serious toss-up between Art Journaling and Where Women Create Business…my art journals have been neglected recently due to time challenges, so given a choice I would choose Art Journaling, always an inspiration and the new issue looks wonderful!

  104. Anne D says:

    I would love a copy of Jewelry Affaire.

  105. StephanieGab says:

    I would love Art Journaling issue. It’s so difficult to have it from France and it’s so inspiring!!!!

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glimpse inside September Issues discount code Receive $5 off on October issues, priced $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1015 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Art Journaling

Art Journaling October Issue



In every quarterly issue of Art Journaling, artists open their journals to share creative techniques for expressing raw emotions. This issue’s Artist Profile features Anahata Katkin of PAPAYA! Art and a sneak peek into her creative process. Also in the autumn issue, Ella Wilson truly mixes up her media by using tea to create color on her art journal pages and Bebe Butler illustrates just how much emotion can be portrayed through paint. Plus, list-making doesn’t have to be boring — Jennifer Bomgardner uses her art journal to compile those ever-important lists regarding everyday life.

 

Haute Handbags

Haute Handbags October Issue



Need some inspiration for your next bag project? Look no further! In this issue of Haute Handbags, feast your eyes upon pages and pages filled with one-of-a-kind bags, clutches, coin purses, and more! The decorative bags featured in our autumn issue run the gamut of styles, from elegant to everyday. See our embellished ladylike clutches in a variety of jewel tones, or upgrade your tote bag using a photo transfer technique. We’ll show you how to alter cross body bags, clutches, and shoulder bags using a variety of unexpected mediums and materials. Also, discover new ways to use denim, burlap, velvet, and canvas in your next project.

 

Jewelry Affaire

Jewelry Affaire October Issue



In the autumn issue of Jewelry Affaire, 3 Divas Studio shares a shabby-chic boho collection of necklaces and bracelets. Find creative uses for patina on all sorts of pieces and add an earthy edge to your pieces with raw gemstones. For the girl who likes to add a dose of sparkle to her look, this issue features tiny glass bottle necklace pendants with a dash of whimsy. Plus, we’ll show you how to repurpose typewriter balls into necklaces.

Order a copy today and learn to make and wear visual stunners that can be worn every day, are sure to garner compliments, and command attention.

 

Mingle

Mingle October Issue



Don’t miss out on our holiday entertaining issue, covering every occasion from Halloween to New Year’s! Grab a cup of cocoa, turn on some festive tunes, and get ready for the holiday issue of Mingle jam-packed with events from friendsgiving celebrations and a woodland picnic, to a holiday office party and gift wrapping workshop! Britt Fluth shares her Flannel, Figs, and Fur dinner party celebrating the holiday season and great friends, while Keri-Anne Pink throws a pumpkin carving get-together. You won’t want to miss Tammy Mitchell’s “Bone Appétit” Halloween bash, Patty Smith’s New Year’s party, or Sara De St. Jean’s Cozy Tree Trimming. Make sure to pick up a copy of this festive issue!

 

Somerset Life

Somerset Life October Issue



Somerset Life wants to help you get into the gift-giving spirit with beautiful, creative ideas for adding special handmade touches to your wrapped gift. In the autumn issue, celebrate any occasion with handmade crowns and transform tiny envelopes into gift card holders. Featuring the latest trend — test tubes — see how to fit an entire birthday celebration in a single tube or create stunning soldered ornaments with them. Make easy trick-or-treat bags made from tote bags, or for Thanksgiving, explore a creative way to share your gratitude.

 

The Stampers’ Sampler

The Stampers' Sampler October Issue



Card season is here with this new installment of The Stampers’ Sampler! As we head into the busiest time of the year, preparing for holidays like Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, many of us are inspired by DIY projects that make a statement. The Autumn 2015 Issue of The Stampers’ Sampler includes the Holiday Happenings Challenge results (one of our most popular challenges of the year), full-color articles featuring beautiful rubber stamping projects, and even more!

 

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create BUSINESS October Issue



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 autumn issue introduces Tori Jayne and Sarah Wilkerson of Clickin Moms — a photography organization that embraces and serves female photographers of all levels, from hobbyists to professionals. Other features include Megan Strasser of Fern, a retail space that offers a carefully edited selection of beautiful and unique objects along with a curated assortment of plants, and Claire Godschalk Luff of Finn Meadows Farm. Also, meet Dixie and Linda, “The Funky Junk Sisters,” who are the women behind the Junk Salvation flea market and see how designer Deborah Waltz transforms furniture at Peinture Studio.

 

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway for a Free Magazine

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new October issue to three lucky winners. Leave us a comment about which issue you can’t wait to get your hands on for your chance to win.

Winners will be randomly selected for our magazine giveaway and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 10/31/15 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Autumn ’15) issues only: Art Journaling, Haute Handbags, Jewelry Affaire, Mingle, Somerset Life, and Where Women Create BUSINESS. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer or used on The Stampers’ Sampler. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 10/31/15.

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