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

New November Issues



Discount Receive $5 off on November issues, priced $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1115 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Altered Couture

New November Issues Altered Couture

Altered Couture is a 160-page publication dedicated to altered and embellished clothing and accessories. In this issue, Teagan Cowlishaw, the woman behind fashion label AARLI, shares her passion for sustainability and provides tips on how to update your denim. Delia Randall, of the blog Delia Creates, shows how to transform plain rain boots into unique and essential footwear for winter. Also, learn the how-to essentials on eco-printing from Yana Dvoretska of YOD clothing, and explore the results of our Anything Athletic challenge. You won’t want to miss upcycled project inspiration from Julie Phelps, who shows off her leather-detailed clutches.

Art Doll Quarterly

New November Issues Art Doll Quarterly



Explore the world of doll making with the winter issue of Art Doll Quarterly, which features doll artist Robin Foley, the results of “The Dance” Challenge, and a Behind-the-Scenes look at ODACA by Lillian Alberti. Meet Hansel & Gretel by Sheri DeBow, or see how Danita’s art doll was inspired by her childhood. Plus, read “Hair is Everywhere” by Cindee Moyer, and “Solving My Artistic Mysteries” by Nina Tugarina. This issue also features seasonal dolls, like Winter’s Snow Flower by Leslie Molen, Santas, elves, angels, and more.

Artful Blogging

New November Issues Artful Blogging

Get ready for another issue of Artful Blogging full of inspiring bloggers, photography, and stories. Follow along with Barb Brookbank as she lives and learns on her blog, keepingwiththetimes.com. Travel the world and gain photography tips with Abby Ingwersen on her blog, laceandlilac.com. In this Winter 2016 issue, explore food and all it entails with the masterminds behind goldminejournal.com, as well as glimpse inside the craft world of Lindsey Bonnice on livesweetblog.com. You won’t want to miss all this issue has in store!

GreenCraft Magazine

New November Issues GreenCraft Magazine



GreenCraft Magazine includes an array of winter-appropriate projects to make from recycled, salvaged, and found materials. As the holidays roll in, what better way to show appreciation than to make gifts from beautiful, nostalgic pieces? Gather sustainable inspiration from Vesna Taneva-Miller, who puts old Christmas cards to a new, elegant use, and Melinda Barnett’s beautiful crystal ornaments made from salvaged chandelier pieces. Want to get the whole family involved? Take a cue from Frances Peets, who uses paper bags and upcycled paper to create an array of holiday décor and wrapping that’s perfect to make with even the youngest children. The Winter 2016 issue also has an extraordinary amount of projects to repurpose wearables, a variety of intriguing upcycled jewelry collections, and so much more — there is even a quick, easy, junk-to-gift idea for the entire family! The sentimental appeal only sweetens each project.

Somerset Studio

New November Issues Somerset Studio

Explore a variety of techniques and inspiration for your paper crafting and fine art endeavors with the November issue of Somerset Studio. Kass Copeland shares her mixed-media assemblages in the Artist Profile, and Lisa Bebi explores painting with shaving cream. Make stitched and painted gift bags for all your holiday needs, or create whimsical softies that are perfect for both adults and children. Inside this winter issue, journal the 12 Days of Christmas, make fun and funky shirts to gift to your artistic friends, and see a breathtaking collection of winter-inspired jewelry. All this and more inside the latest Somerset Studio.

Where Women Create

New November Issues Where Women Create



The winter issue of Where Women Create shares the stories of extraordinary women in creative industries. Meet Emily Henry, the interior designer behind Millicent’s distinct collection of furniture designed to complement soulful living, and we’ll introduce you to Danielle Hession, a mixed-media artist inspired by society’s relationship with treasured objects and personal memories. Also in this issue, artist Jeanne Oliver shows off her clothing, bags, art, jewelry, and vintage pieces that tell a story; and Barbara Johansen-Newman discusses her jobs as a children’s book illustrator, author, and textile designer. Plus, artist and designer Noel Solomon shares how she creates one-of-a-kind custom pieces of paper art for weddings, children, home décor, and exclusive retailers that are inspired by the eclectic collection of items that line the walls of her studio.

Willow and Sage

New November Issues Willow and Sage

Within the winter issue, find gift-worthy ideas like chamomile melt-and-pour soaps molded inside tiny tart tins, and garden herb salt soaks packaged in whimsical glass vials with homegrown herbs like lavender, rosemary, and mint. We also dive into the benefits of carrot seed oil and present ideas on how you can take your homemade products to the next level with this essential ingredient. If you’re looking for makeup with all-natural ingredients, we have a recipe for foundation (with SPF!) and powder. Also featured in this issue: healing lotions and balms, a holiday DIY sugar scrub party, an interview with plant- and mineral-based skincare company Apoterra Skincare, and many more projects to inspire you during the season of giving.

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new November 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 11/30/15 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’16) issues only: Altered CoutureArtful BloggingGreenCraft MagazineWhere Women Create, and Willow and Sage. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer or used on Somerset Studio or Art Doll Quarterly. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 11/30/15.

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103 Responses to “Glimpse Inside: New November Issues + A Coupon + A Giveaway!”

  1. Sandra Webster says:

    Can’t wait to see the new copy of Willow and Sage and try the recipes! Love the photography, too!

  2. Would love to get my hands on the November Somerset Studio issue to see all the crafty holiday goodness! Thanks for the opportunity! :)

  3. Jackie P Neal says:

    Ohhhh! I would love a copy of Somerset Studio! My all time favorite!

  4. Charlotte McCaig says:

    It’s a toss up between Greencraft and Altered Couture….hmmmm….Greencraft! I love finding new ways to use what I already have!

  5. Jean Marmo says:

    Wow – fabulous! Would love a copy of Somerset Studio!

  6. I would love to read the newest edition of Where Women Create. Thanks for the opportunity!

  7. Kathy S says:

    Somerset Studio magazine looks wonderful. Particularly the Winter bracelet and the ‘Make it Your Own’ department. Thanks.

  8. Lauree says:

    i love them all!!!

  9. Luz Rubianes says:

    Artful Blogging magazine looks like it would be a magazine to give me a world of ideas. Checking out what others do is just ‘yummy’.

  10. Terri francis says:

    I can’t wait to see Art Doll quarterly . The sneak peek looks adorable!

  11. I have a subscription to Willow and Sage, and Love it! I would love “Where Women Create”. It Might Inspire me to organize my craft room

  12. Gail Klein says:

    Since I already have a subscription to Somerset Studio, I have to go with Greencraft! Looks like some amazing recycling projects!

  13. I have some vintage dominoes and have been deliberating on what to do with them—until I saw the Green Craft issue for Nov…..now I NEED to read it to know what to do! Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

  14. Lucie Hale says:

    I’m fascinated with artistic women, so I think I would love to get the Where Women Create magazine. I’ve often dreamed about leaving my day job and jumping into the creative pool, but am intimidated by not having a steady paycheck. Perhaps reading about others lives, can help me out a little!

  15. Helen Potter says:

    I would love a copy of Altered Couture! Thank you for the chance to win!

  16. Autumn says:

    Oh how I can’t wait to see what’s in store in this issue of Somerset Studio!!! The sneak peeks of each magazine are so enticing and I really appreciate the promo code! TFS!

  17. linda giese says:

    Green Craft magazine appeals to me. I do a lot of recycled projects and the altoid boxes and domino project are right up my alley!

  18. Renee Zarate says:

    I would love a copy of GreenCraft!

  19. Suzanne Sampson says:

    I would love to win a copy of Greencraft Magazine! I have to admit though, I love them all!

  20. Sandie Luck says:

    WHERE WOMEN CREATE is featuring one of my virtual mentors…Jeanne Oliver!! Sure would love to have a copy to enjoy her featured creative inspiration and the many others that are included in this issue!

  21. Anne D says:

    I’d love a copy of Greencraft – this issue looks like fun!

  22. Barbara M says:

    My choice is Somerset Studio.

  23. Patricia Allard says:

    I can’t wIt to see Somerset Studio….it is a lovely magazine!

  24. Karen Daniels says:

    Willow and Sage is my favorite magazine. I love pouring through the pages to get ideas for bath and body products to make.

  25. Susie Morris says:

    I would love a copy of where women create to get some craft room inspiration ! Ty!

  26. Barb Lawson says:

    I have never tried Willow and Sage. I think I would like this magazine with all of the beautiful pictures and recipes

  27. Roberta says:

    Oh, I am definitely a Green Craft gal! I love re-purposing almost anything!

  28. Barbara Moore says:

    I would love to get my hands on Green Craft Magazine. I really love the idea of using things found in nature or recycled when crafting and I’d like to see how informative this magazine would be. Plus fun!

  29. Sandra Hughes says:

    My choice would definitely be GreenCraft since all the articles are always great.

  30. It is so hard to choose, I love them all. But Willow and Sage is really calling my name. Thank you for the chance to win this beautiful magazine.

  31. Jessica says:

    Somerset studio and artful blogging!

  32. Teddee Grace says:

    Artful Blogging looks intriguing as usual

  33. Jeanne Kelly says:

    Would love to have the upcoming Somerset Studio. Just love hoe jam packed this magazine is with delicious inspiration!

  34. Connie Minnich says:

    I signed up to take an online course with Jeanne Oliver. Would love to read more about her in the new ‘Where Women Create’. Thanks for the chance.

  35. kimberly robson says:

    Would like to have Somerset Studio Christmas around the corner and lots gifts to make.

  36. would love the new green craft magazine

  37. I can’t wait to get my hands on the latest Art Doll Quarterly as I am a mixed media art doll artist! Always such intriguing and spectacular one-of-a-kind dolls inside the pages of ADQ! Thanks for a chance!

  38. Jen E says:

    All enticing, but I always like the mix of techniques in Somerset Studio to share with my students.

  39. Dalia in SoCal says:

    I love all Stampington magazines and I love looking at all the pictures, reading the articles and learning new techniques, I find them enticing, interesting, entertaining, motivating, innovative, intriguing and most of all, inspirational.

  40. Ann L. says:

    Art Doll Quarterly. Of all your publications, this one is the most fun to explore.

  41. Jeanette says:

    I can’t wait to thumb thru the November issue of Art Doll Quarterly! It’s so exciting to see what beauties the artists have created.

  42. Search says:

    Somerset Studio! My subscription ran out and I’m trying some new directions with a Jewelry Affair subscription, but I’m missing Studio!!

  43. Becky J says:

    Oh I would love to receive a copy of Willow and Sage- thanks for the generous giveaway!

  44. Jennifer Young says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on the new Somerset Studio. It has always been my favorite!

  45. Anne M Rowe says:

    Love GreenCraft and can’t wait to pick up the next issue! Love the article on the blog.

  46. Shelly Boughner says:

    It would be great to receive the new Greencraft and explore new ideas for creating holiday gifts!

  47. Linda K says:

    I would LOVE to get a copy of Willow and Sage. I have never seen this magazine but have been hearing stellar things about it!

  48. I would love Somerset Studios. Its my favorite magazine. Its so full of beautiful and inspiring art!

  49. April Esterly says:

    I would love to see Altered Couture.

  50. Lucy says:

    I love seeing where women create… I love peeking inside there creative spaces

  51. anne says:

    My favorite is Somerset Studio. Reading it gets me so inspired! Thanks for the offer.

  52. stamping sue says:

    Somerset Studio is the magazine for me. always lots of inspiration in that magazine. thanks for the chance to win it.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  53. Carla Hundley says:

    All of these look
    great and I would
    like to receive
    the Green Craft
    Magazine issue.
    Carla from Utah

  54. Ann says:

    I love the salt soak vials and would love to read more of the November “Willow and Sage”. I pinned here, https://www.pinterest.com/pin/63331938487598670/

  55. Donna says:

    Greencraft
    repurpose, repurpose!

  56. Michelle says:

    Willow & Sage for sure!

  57. Ruby Claggett says:

    I would love to win a copy of Somerset Studio! I enjoy keeping up with the new trends and it gets my creative juices flowing!

  58. Ruby Claggett says:

    I would love to win a copy of Somerset Studio! I enjoy keeping up with the newest trends and it keeps the creative juices flowing!

  59. Misty says:

    It has to be GreenCraft! That necklace with altered Altoid tin is inspiration for me to make my birdnest necklace and place inside bird-themed tin with shredded papers- Oh can’t wait!

  60. beth says:

    Somerset Studio has so many inspiring ideas! All the creativity is amazing!

  61. Karen S. says:

    I’d love to peruse Green Craft. It’s a super resource for activities with the teens I work with, who love to re-make/upcraft with things already around.

  62. Lee Wallace says:

    Art Doll….love, love, love this magazine!

  63. Mitzie Crider says:

    I’m dying to get my hands on Greencraft. It sounds wonderful!

  64. Rita Brymer says:

    Just purchased Willow and Sage, Love It! I hope I win so I can get one of those other fabulous magazines OR give away another Willow & Sage to a friend!

  65. MARTHAIA says:

    Each and every magazine is a must have,,,,so I will start with the Altered Couture Magazine..Thanks for the chance ..

  66. Ruby T says:

    Somerset Studio looks good to me from the sneak peek above. Artful Blogger has such wonderful photography. Love them all!

  67. Beckie Holso says:

    Every other month, I look forward to my Somerset Studio subscription. But this preview has me really interested in the GreenCraft Magazine!

  68. Shirley J. says:

    My soapmaking supplies have languished far too long. Willow and Sage will provide the perfect inspiration.

  69. Karen Ewert says:

    Where Women Create is one I would love to get. I am a big fan of the brand “Handmaids”….

  70. Karen N says:

    Green Craft, Where Women Create, and of course, Somerset Studio… each one inspires me. It’s hard to choose. Thank you for all of them!

  71. Becky Dickinson says:

    Willow and Sage. 1st I read it, then send it to my sister. Then, she makes the items and I get samples! Perfect!

  72. Lillian says:

    Would love to get my hands on the new Artful Blogging! One of my absolute favorites!!

  73. Kristen says:

    I would love to win an issue of Where Women Create! I am taking a class with Jeanne Oliver and would love to read her story in this issue. Also other stories I would love to read as well!

  74. kim says:

    I am loving them all how can I pick one? :)
    GreenCraft looks especially awesome! Thanks so much for a chance!~kim

  75. Peggy Lee says:

    I love natural skin care products, for personal as well as gift giving! Willow and Sage would looks to be awesome!Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

  76. Lori says:

    I so would love ‘Where Women Create’. Inspires me to do art and feed my creative needs! Love that you make offers for us to enjoy your loves!

  77. Dianna says:

    Looking forward to Somerset palace and the Assemblage article!

  78. Kelly Aubert says:

    Altered couture! But really all of them!!!

  79. Paula Walton says:

    Can’t wait to look through Where Women Create! :)

  80. Nova says:

    Excited to peruse the new Somerset Studio, especially for the mixed media!

  81. Maeve Binder says:

    I would love to win Willow & Sage! And I already purchased the current issue of Where Women Create. It is fabulous, of course!

  82. Tineke says:

    Can’t keep my eyes off the beautifull art of Somerset Studio…

  83. julianna says:

    i only recently found out about you guys, and as a digital artist, i really am interested in somerset studio – have been thinking about an xmas subscription present to myself..

  84. julianna says:

    or two :)) my daughter is getting into paper crafts.

  85. Karen Ewert says:

    I have some of J. Wecker items and would love to learn more about her…..thanks for the opportunity to win the magazine!

  86. Simone says:

    I would love to get the Willow and Sage. I want to try some recipes.

  87. Teri Cox says:

    I love seeing Where Women Create! Their studio’s
    are always inspiring!! Their crafts are Uplifting! Can’t wait to receive my copy!!! :0)

  88. Kristen says:

    I would love to win the magazine “Where Women Create”. When I saw the cover I was excited! I am taking a class the Jeanie on Van Gogh!

  89. Becky Craig says:

    Where Women Create, because I’m creating a quilting studio and revamping my art studio. Thanks for the chance to win!

  90. Debbie White says:

    I think that I would like an issue of Artful Blogging. It’s hard to choose!

  91. JeanFB says:

    I would love a copy of Somerset Studio, to see the beautiful arches project and how to make it.

  92. dianarose says:

    Green Craft is my choice. I am a collage artist and use only recycled elements in my creations. Thank you!

  93. vickie maddox says:

    I love Where Women Create and would love to win an issue…thanks for all the lovely magazines that you provide for us all to enjoy…Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas to you and yours……sincerely, vickie

  94. Misty says:

    Definitely GreenCraft is the way to go. It’s not recycling if I’m just hoarding! Must get through my tins and packages!

  95. Barbara Moore says:

    The Green Craft magazine would be ideal to try for me! I would love to give it a try.

  96. Janice says:

    Usually I would say Sommerset Studios but GreenCraft looks interesting. I’m willing to try something new! Thanks for the giveaway.

  97. I’m loving this sneak peek into green craft magazine. I would just love to get more info about the tin necklace! Thanks Somerset!

  98. Pamela DePaul says:

    I think I saw my name as a winner for something but can’t find the page again to try and collect. Did I win something through one of your blogs?

    • Sarah says:

      Hi Pamela, you were a winner in November 6th’s Creative Impulse newsletter. Please pull up that newsletter in your email, or any Creative Impulse you may have, and follow the instructions listed there. Congratulations!

  99. Linda Cravens says:

    Green Craft is soooo cool, would love a copy.
    Already subscribe to Somerset Studio, Stampers Sampler and Take Ten.
    Thanks!

  100. Brigitte Pisarek says:

    I’d love to get my hands on the “Willow and Sage” magazine to create a deliciously looking soap.

  101. Missy says:

    I’d love to receive Willow and Sage and use the recipes to make bath salts to give as gifts, utilizing upcycled test-tubes to package them!

  102. Retta says:

    Can’t wait to see the next Art Doll Quarterly!

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New November Issues



Discount Receive $5 off on November issues, priced $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1115 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Altered Couture

New November Issues Altered Couture

Altered Couture is a 160-page publication dedicated to altered and embellished clothing and accessories. In this issue, Teagan Cowlishaw, the woman behind fashion label AARLI, shares her passion for sustainability and provides tips on how to update your denim. Delia Randall, of the blog Delia Creates, shows how to transform plain rain boots into unique and essential footwear for winter. Also, learn the how-to essentials on eco-printing from Yana Dvoretska of YOD clothing, and explore the results of our Anything Athletic challenge. You won’t want to miss upcycled project inspiration from Julie Phelps, who shows off her leather-detailed clutches.

Art Doll Quarterly

New November Issues Art Doll Quarterly



Explore the world of doll making with the winter issue of Art Doll Quarterly, which features doll artist Robin Foley, the results of “The Dance” Challenge, and a Behind-the-Scenes look at ODACA by Lillian Alberti. Meet Hansel & Gretel by Sheri DeBow, or see how Danita’s art doll was inspired by her childhood. Plus, read “Hair is Everywhere” by Cindee Moyer, and “Solving My Artistic Mysteries” by Nina Tugarina. This issue also features seasonal dolls, like Winter’s Snow Flower by Leslie Molen, Santas, elves, angels, and more.

Artful Blogging

New November Issues Artful Blogging

Get ready for another issue of Artful Blogging full of inspiring bloggers, photography, and stories. Follow along with Barb Brookbank as she lives and learns on her blog, keepingwiththetimes.com. Travel the world and gain photography tips with Abby Ingwersen on her blog, laceandlilac.com. In this Winter 2016 issue, explore food and all it entails with the masterminds behind goldminejournal.com, as well as glimpse inside the craft world of Lindsey Bonnice on livesweetblog.com. You won’t want to miss all this issue has in store!

GreenCraft Magazine

New November Issues GreenCraft Magazine



GreenCraft Magazine includes an array of winter-appropriate projects to make from recycled, salvaged, and found materials. As the holidays roll in, what better way to show appreciation than to make gifts from beautiful, nostalgic pieces? Gather sustainable inspiration from Vesna Taneva-Miller, who puts old Christmas cards to a new, elegant use, and Melinda Barnett’s beautiful crystal ornaments made from salvaged chandelier pieces. Want to get the whole family involved? Take a cue from Frances Peets, who uses paper bags and upcycled paper to create an array of holiday décor and wrapping that’s perfect to make with even the youngest children. The Winter 2016 issue also has an extraordinary amount of projects to repurpose wearables, a variety of intriguing upcycled jewelry collections, and so much more — there is even a quick, easy, junk-to-gift idea for the entire family! The sentimental appeal only sweetens each project.

Somerset Studio

New November Issues Somerset Studio

Explore a variety of techniques and inspiration for your paper crafting and fine art endeavors with the November issue of Somerset Studio. Kass Copeland shares her mixed-media assemblages in the Artist Profile, and Lisa Bebi explores painting with shaving cream. Make stitched and painted gift bags for all your holiday needs, or create whimsical softies that are perfect for both adults and children. Inside this winter issue, journal the 12 Days of Christmas, make fun and funky shirts to gift to your artistic friends, and see a breathtaking collection of winter-inspired jewelry. All this and more inside the latest Somerset Studio.

Where Women Create

New November Issues Where Women Create



The winter issue of Where Women Create shares the stories of extraordinary women in creative industries. Meet Emily Henry, the interior designer behind Millicent’s distinct collection of furniture designed to complement soulful living, and we’ll introduce you to Danielle Hession, a mixed-media artist inspired by society’s relationship with treasured objects and personal memories. Also in this issue, artist Jeanne Oliver shows off her clothing, bags, art, jewelry, and vintage pieces that tell a story; and Barbara Johansen-Newman discusses her jobs as a children’s book illustrator, author, and textile designer. Plus, artist and designer Noel Solomon shares how she creates one-of-a-kind custom pieces of paper art for weddings, children, home décor, and exclusive retailers that are inspired by the eclectic collection of items that line the walls of her studio.

Willow and Sage

New November Issues Willow and Sage

Within the winter issue, find gift-worthy ideas like chamomile melt-and-pour soaps molded inside tiny tart tins, and garden herb salt soaks packaged in whimsical glass vials with homegrown herbs like lavender, rosemary, and mint. We also dive into the benefits of carrot seed oil and present ideas on how you can take your homemade products to the next level with this essential ingredient. If you’re looking for makeup with all-natural ingredients, we have a recipe for foundation (with SPF!) and powder. Also featured in this issue: healing lotions and balms, a holiday DIY sugar scrub party, an interview with plant- and mineral-based skincare company Apoterra Skincare, and many more projects to inspire you during the season of giving.

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new November 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 11/30/15 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’16) issues only: Altered CoutureArtful BloggingGreenCraft MagazineWhere Women Create, and Willow and Sage. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer or used on Somerset Studio or Art Doll Quarterly. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 11/30/15.

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