Glimpse Inside: New December Issues + Coupon + Giveaway

Glimpse Inside New December Issues



Discount Receive $5 off on new December issues. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1215 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

The Coloring Studio

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: The Coloring Studio



The Coloring Studio is not your kid’s coloring book. With an imaginative collection of sophisticated, edgy illustrations in the Somerset-esque style you’ve come to love, this special book puts an artistic spin on today’s hottest trend. Featuring 60 unmatched illustrations from the industry’s top artists, including Christine Mason Miller, Suzi Blu, Lindsay Ostrom, Linda Trenholm, Deb Dunn, and more, this coloring book includes bonus content and ideas that you won’t find in similar publications.

Inside the Premiere Issue:

  • Art journalers Susie LaFond and Mou Saha show how you can transform your coloring pages into art
  • A special section on Zendoodle with basic patterns for you to fill in
  • How to incorporate watercolor pencils and other unique coloring tools
  • Distinctive palettes to work with
  • A primer on basic color theory

Whether you love contemporary art, want to get your creative juices flowing, or simply need some “me time,” The Coloring Studio won’t restrict you to a single theme, but offers a wide variety of designs just awaiting your own personal style.

Bella Grace

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Bella Grace



In this inspiring issue of Bella Grace, hear the powerful, uplifting story of 8 cancer survivors. Christine Mason Miller shares more of her Ordinary Sparkling Moments, and Alisha Fridland talks about the power of incorporating dance into your life. Also, see what our readers will not be doing in the coming year with their “un-resolutions” for 2016. This issue features a profound encounter with a stranger, an article about steering clear of the self-help trap, and includes more than 10 worksheets and prompts to fill in and explore.

Artists’ Cafe

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: The Artists' Cafe



The publishers of Somerset Studio invite you to explore the finest moments from over a decade in print with Artists’ Café. This decadent, 144-page magazine is jam-packed with the best paper crafting and mixed-media projectscollected from past issues of Somerset Studio, Somerset Apprentice, Sew Somerset, Art Journaling, and Somerset Workshop. Relive favorite articles, discover techniques you may have missed or get reacquainted with an admired artist. In our newest issue, Eve Watters creates mixed-media art wall hangings, and Pam Carriker shares her art journaling techniques.

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Belle Armoire Jewelry



This winter, dive into an abundance of techniques with jewelry from Carol Kornievsky, Melinda Barnett, Linda Bucci, Cherie FitzSimons, and more. In this issue, Jamie Larson explores another way to use corks in jewelry-making with her caged and intricately beaded necklaces, and Laura Guenther shares an assortment of enameled statement jewelry. Also, polymer clay takes center stage in Brooke Bock’s collection of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that are pieced together with black wire and adorned with gorgeous frayed ribbon. Plus, Vivian Driskill’s trio of silver cuffs are a delight for anyone who is a fan of vintage metalwork with their slightly steampunk and very romantic look.

Take Ten

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Take Ten



Each New Year is the chance for a new start, and in turn the December 2016 Issue of Take Ten is getting ready to hit newsstands with nearly 300 fresh ideas for beautiful cards. In this issue, mini-sized cards take one little sentiment at a time and there are a few of these fun, stationery sets that you can stamp up in a jiff to celebrate every sentiment or occasion. The results of the latest design challenge are some of the strongest we have seen, with so many wonderful submissions that it was difficult to choose. Valentine’s Day is also on the horizon, and we have many lovely ideas; whether making cards for friends, family, or a romantic interest, there is something sweet for everyone. In addition, find many beautiful feature articles from artists such as Lynne Moncrieff, Janice Long, Monica Montez-Stine, and more!

Where Women Cook

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Where Women Cook



The latest issue of Where Women Cook features celebrity Southern chefs Robin Shea and Paula Deen, passionate farm-to-table food blogger Valentina Solfrini, and country music superstar and Food Network host Trisha Yearwood. Also, Kristen Farmer Hall of Baking Bandits and pastry chef Rebecca Rather share their sweet stories, and Eva Kosmas Flores delves into her life as a food, lifestyle, and travel photographer. Meet recipe developer, educator, herbalist, and author of “Wild Drinks & Cocktails” Emily Han, and many more inspirational women inside this new issue.

Somerset Studio Gallery

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Somerset Studio Gallery



Somerset Studio Gallery ― a special publication that features everything you love about Somerset Studio in 200 lush pages ― returns with mixed-media artwork to inspire. In this issue, Laura Roberts introduces us to her Finial Birds, and Kim Collister shares her Tentacle Block Assemblages. Other features include Lynne Moncrieff sharing her technique for combining stamping and paperclay, Johwey Redington expressing her aesthetic of melancholy in encaustic collage, and Sue Nunn delving into the art of assemblage.

Art Quilting Studio

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Art Quilting Studio



In the Winter 2016 issue of Art Quilting Studio, explore the latest trend in wearable art quilts with animal brooches by Viv Sliwka of Hen’s Teeth Art. Ann Brauer shares her fabric strips quilt series, and you won’t want to miss a must-read Artist Portfolio on Jill Kerttula. In our Quilting the Odd & Unusual Department, Jennifer Hammond Landau explains how she found inspiration for her art quilt in a compost pile. This issue has it all; discover Donna Weber’s architectural quilting style, and Carrie Payne’s Girls in Dimensional Dresses.

Sew Somerset

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Sew Somerset



In the winter issue of Sew Somerset, Caterina Giglio fills her stitched ephemera collages with old button cards, lace scraps, and antique images of 1920s flappers, and Jean Rubman’s hanging quilts capture the memories of cherished moments with girlfriends. Explore Provence through Lilla Le Vine’s eyes in her fabric book illustrated with visions of Nice, a castle, and more. Also, Niki Meiners’ shabby chic patchwork kites take flight and provide a whimsical decoration to any room. This issue also features stitched cards, memory books filled with mixed and matched fabric remnants, an idea for bookmarks to gift, folk art-inspired mixed-media sewn projects, and more.

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway to Win a New December Issue

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new December 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 12/31/15 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’16) issues only: Art Quilting StudioBella GraceBelle Armoire JewelryWhere Women Cook, Take Ten, Somerset Studio Gallery, Sew Somerset, and Artists’ Cafe. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 12/31/15.

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79 Responses to “Glimpse Inside: New December Issues + Coupon + Giveaway”

  1. Stephanie says:

    Bella Grace! Un-resolutions sound cool.

  2. Ann says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on and would love to read more about the Mixed – Media Altered Notebook in Somerset Studio Gallery. Always love your publications. Merry Christmas!

  3. I’ve been wanting to jump into the jewelry making craft, and the December Belle Armoire cover alone has me itching to get started … what a stunning project!!

  4. Carla Hundley says:

    All look wonderful,
    and I would like
    The Coloring Studio
    issue!
    Carla from Utah

  5. Stephanie Mansdoerfer says:

    I would love to see the Sew Somerset issue since I love to sew and have since I was in 3rd grade! Thx for the opportunity!

  6. Molly A. says:

    I can’t wait to see The Coloring Studio. I’ve been looking for it at local shops and no one has it yet!

  7. Marguerite Hall says:

    I’d love to get my hands on a copy of Artist Cafe.

  8. Ella says:

    I love all of the issues mentioned, but I would love to win Sew Somerset. There is so, much inspiration and memories feathered and tucked in all of those stitches~

    Thank you, for the chance to win~

  9. Caterina Giglio is an artist I’ve noted for awhile in your magazines & she’s so inspiring to me. She has a way of making something ordinary so extraordinary! I’d love the see what she’s created in the latest Sew Somerset.

  10. Renee Zarate says:

    I would love to see Where Women Cook up close!

  11. Emily NIlson says:

    Sew Somerset is my favorite!!

  12. PennyBaugh says:

    Oh Sew Somerset. It doesn’t come out as often as some of the other publications and I wait with bated breath until its out on the stands.

  13. Sara says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of The Coloring Studio.

  14. Jen E says:

    These always make me want to put down whatever I’m already doing and try something else!
    But this time around I would really like to check out Artists’ Cafe —
    Pam Carriker anything and lots of oldies but goodies I know I’ve missed…

  15. Marilyn says:

    Somerset Studio Gallery!!!

  16. Joanne Thompson says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of Somerset Studio Galllery, though every one of your publications are wonderful!

  17. barb macaskill says:

    The Coloring Studio is screaming my name! I would love to get my hands on this issue and read all of the bonus content!! I have become addicted to the Adult Coloring craze and can’t get enough of it!! Thanks for the chance to win it!!

  18. Jayne Berghorn says:

    You make the choices SO hard!!!

    I’m torn between Somerset Studio Gallery and Sew Somerset…………but I have to go with Sew Somerset since my sewing machine has been begging for attention lately!

  19. Jean marmo says:

    Would love The Artist cafe

  20. nancy dempsey says:

    I would love to have the Coloring Studio. Coloring is so relaxing. Ahhhhhh!

  21. Victoria says:

    It’s very hard to choose, but I think Belle Armoire Jewelry. I’m excited to see the corks projects – I have an awful lot of corks to work with!

  22. Suzze says:

    I’d have to say I’d love a copy of Take 10. I can’t stop buying stamps and love the inspiration!

  23. Becky J says:

    I would love a copy of Where Women Cook – thanks & Merry Christmas!

  24. Maeve says:

    Somerset Studio Gallery 2016 – I want to see the journals! I have the Coloring Book (wonderful!) and Art Quilting Studio Winter 2016 (oh, so gorgeous!!!!!). I wish I could have all of your publications but I have to settle for one or two on a regular basis. Really great publications!

  25. Kelly Kardos says:

    so hard to choose…I’m going with Artists’ Cafe ( big puffy heart)

  26. I would definitely love to win a copy of the Coloring Book. It would be awesome to get my hands on those coloring pages and play!

  27. Terri francis says:

    I would really like to see the issue of Artists’ Cafe. It looks like so much fun!

  28. M Mitchell says:

    Love the Artist’s Cafe. Great to see best of the last 10 years in one magazine.

  29. Robin Redd says:

    More like which one DON’T I want. I want them all! I love the Somerset Studio Gallery, Artists’ Cafe and The Coloring Studio. Those would keep me busy for some time!

    ~Robin

  30. cindy coven says:

    Bella Grace looks beautiful. I can’t wait to see Somerset Gallery.

  31. Darlene Groseclose says:

    I would VERY MUCH like to win The Coloring Studio. I am anxious to learn more about the art of coloring. Thank you.

  32. cathy says:

    every one of the magazines this month look amazing! I need to buy them all!

  33. Carol b says:

    Somreset Studio Gallery looks like it has some wonderful multi-media techniques and projects. I would love to be able to try some of them.
    Carol b

  34. barb macaskill says:

    The Coloring Studio is the one I am most excited to get my hands on! I have been bitten by the Adult Coloring Craze big time and am anxious to see all the bonus content in the Coloring Studio magazine!! I really need to get my hands on this issue!! Thanks for the chance to win it!!

  35. Terry G. says:

    I would love to win Art Quilting Studio. I have already purchased Sew Somerset–always a grand treat! But I enjoy all of your publications, and already have Artists’ Cafe and The coloring Studio on my list. Oh, and then there’s Bella Grace! Such loveliness.

  36. Kathie Morgan says:

    Would love to see the Somerset Gallery! The article on the Bird Finials looks interesting! All of them are great tho…and I just got my copy of the Coloring Studio, it is fabulous!

  37. Marsha Sutton says:

    Take Ten is my favorite, but I’ve never seen a Stampington magazine that I didn’t like!

  38. Leisl Ashbaugh says:

    I have just recently found Stampington wonder. You have captured the beauty, whimzy and creative inspiration that beats in the heart of kindness and love and joy! Any issue would be a blessing and heal my tired soul. THANK YOU!!

  39. Jeanne Kelly says:

    I would really like to see the Art Quilting Studio. I just learned how to quilt and have so much more to learn. I’m very intrigued by the art quilts. I found an amazing art quilt in Somerset Studio’s Sept issue and need to learn more about these before I tackle one myself. So exciting!

  40. Patricia Esparza says:

    Somerset Studio Gallery is my favorite, but all of the other sound wonderful….

  41. Pat k says:

    I would love to learn more about mixed media! The somerset studio gallery sounds like to magazine book for me!

  42. Barb Lawson says:

    I am fascinated by the “new” Bella Grace magazine. I would love to devour this magazine. I’ve always loved the issues of the Sommerset Group.

  43. Denise says:

    Belle Armoire Jewelry

  44. Linda says:

    Sew Somerset! I SO wish this delightful magazine came out more often…it’s my favorite by far!

  45. Linda Reitz says:

    I would love to dive into Artist cafe, and stir the embers of my cold, gray inspiration. However, I couldn’t wait and ordered the coloring studio for myself as an early present.

  46. Brenda says:

    Somerset Studio Gallery always has a wealth of rich ideas. Mahalo for the op to win.

  47. Sallie RODMAN says:

    I would love to get the Gallery. My fav!

  48. Kat says:

    The Coloring Studio looks quite interesting and fun. I also love Artists Cafe.

  49. Jamie says:

    I would be thrilled to receive a copy of Sew Somerset!

  50. Nova says:

    This new Bella Grace issue looks amazing, between the “un-resolutions” and I always love the worksheets and prompts.

  51. Paula Haynes says:

    Summerset Studio Gallery is the one i would prefer this time. This however does change with what is highlighted in the different magazines you put out. There are so many amazing pieces of art in this one though.

  52. Kirsten says:

    Bella Grace looks beautiful but I can’t wait to see Somerset Gallery either!.

  53. Annmarie says:

    Hands down : Bella Grace!!!!

  54. barbara miller says:

    BELLA GRACE makes a wonder place to visit.

  55. Sandie Luck says:

    BELLA GRACE sounds so inviting to cozy up with for the coming months after Christmas. What a perfect way to spend my time recovering from a total knee replacement that is to happen this coming December 30th!!!
    Keep up the FANTASTIC creativity you share in the New Year, my friends!
    Loving the {{{light}}} you shine into my life through your many publications…~Sandie

  56. Christina Aiton says:

    I’m like a kid in a candy store with all the new issues but I think the Somerset Studio Gallery looks especially inspiring

  57. Roberta says:

    Normally, I would pick the Take Ten as my favorite … but I LOVE the Coloring Studio.

  58. OMGosh! I absolutely would love a copy of Somerset Studio!! So many inspiring artists inside!!
    thanks for the chance!

  59. Tammy Oviedo says:

    Somerset Studio Gallery, I’m interested in the mixed media altered notebook, the pictures look so pretty with the aqua colors, and the window looking in, looks like something I want to learn more about. And the article about stamping and paper clay, sounds fun! I just love your magazines their always filled with great art and super cool techniques! Thank you for putting together awesome mags…..

  60. Would so love the Coloring Studio, it looks like so much fun.

  61. Colleen Bammann says:

    Sew Somerset and Art Quilting are my favorite. I know what to ask Santa for.

  62. stamping sue says:

    my favorite is Take Ten because I just love to make cards!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  63. Ann Beardall says:

    I love Where Women Cook, the recipes are divine and the pictures and stories are stunning!

  64. Dale Cundy says:

    I would be so grateful to win a copy of “The Coloring Studio”. I have been looking for this type of magazine. Thank you for the opportunity to win such a lovely prize!

  65. Allyson Kettler says:

    I can’t wait to see the new coloring studio!!! I am so excited…. I want to tell everyone I see.

    Great work.

    Allyson

  66. April Esterly says:

    I would love to get my hands on Artists’ Cafe. It was really tough choosing between all of these great magazines.

  67. Nancy Johnston says:

    I’d love to see inside a Coloring Studio magazine. I haven’t seen it on the stands yet, and guess I’ll just have to win one????

  68. Sandra Hughes says:

    I enjoy all the articles in Art Quilting Studio so I would love to win this issue!

  69. MARTHAIA says:

    Belle Armoire Jewelry is on my list,,,TY

  70. Liz Calais says:

    I love all of your magazines. Some in my stash are dated back to when you published Expressions and Inspiration. I’m 72 yrs now and have been collecting the mags since you started. I used to make primitive dolls for my little girls. Made them out of old fabrics that I mostly inherited. I hope to purchase the Prims Dec issue and would love to receive the Belle Armoire Jewelry magazine as a gift. I enjoy making jewelry also. My hands are arthritic now but I’m still chugging along like the Little Engine That Could heehee

  71. Marilynne says:

    Oh, the Coloring Studio looks like a fun addition to my art journaling artwork. Love to have this one!

  72. P Gurule says:

    I would absolutely be over the moon if I were to win a copy of Somerset Studio Gallery.
    Recently purchased The Color Studio and can’t wait to for the holidays to be over so I’ll have more time to color and create using the fabulous ideas in this latest purchase!

  73. anne says:

    How about the Artist Cafe? I like to get it at my local craft store. I LOVE it! Thanks!

  74. Tammy Oviedo says:

    Hi I love all your magazines but I would choose your newest CoLoring Studio, I can’t wait to see what is inside of it! Thank you for a chance to win….

  75. Kathy S says:

    Hello, Belle Armoire Jewelry is my choice—love the hummingbirds project.

  76. Debbie Gilbert says:

    I would LOVE to check out Somersert Studio! I receive the Digital Studio and LOVE it!

  77. Ariane Cagle says:

    I love Bella Grace! The photographs are always beautiful. The articles are always inspirational and thought-provoking. It just inspires me to live a more creative life that’s focused on the beauty all around us.

  78. Mikell says:

    I’d love Somerset Studio Gallery.

  79. Diane says:

    i can’t wait to get my hands on Sew. On of the things I want to focus on in 2016 is sewing more in my art journals. This publication always inspires me! Thank you or this fabulous offer.

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Glimpse Inside New December Issues



Discount Receive $5 off on new December issues. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1215 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

The Coloring Studio

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: The Coloring Studio



The Coloring Studio is not your kid’s coloring book. With an imaginative collection of sophisticated, edgy illustrations in the Somerset-esque style you’ve come to love, this special book puts an artistic spin on today’s hottest trend. Featuring 60 unmatched illustrations from the industry’s top artists, including Christine Mason Miller, Suzi Blu, Lindsay Ostrom, Linda Trenholm, Deb Dunn, and more, this coloring book includes bonus content and ideas that you won’t find in similar publications.

Inside the Premiere Issue:

  • Art journalers Susie LaFond and Mou Saha show how you can transform your coloring pages into art
  • A special section on Zendoodle with basic patterns for you to fill in
  • How to incorporate watercolor pencils and other unique coloring tools
  • Distinctive palettes to work with
  • A primer on basic color theory

Whether you love contemporary art, want to get your creative juices flowing, or simply need some “me time,” The Coloring Studio won’t restrict you to a single theme, but offers a wide variety of designs just awaiting your own personal style.

Bella Grace

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Bella Grace



In this inspiring issue of Bella Grace, hear the powerful, uplifting story of 8 cancer survivors. Christine Mason Miller shares more of her Ordinary Sparkling Moments, and Alisha Fridland talks about the power of incorporating dance into your life. Also, see what our readers will not be doing in the coming year with their “un-resolutions” for 2016. This issue features a profound encounter with a stranger, an article about steering clear of the self-help trap, and includes more than 10 worksheets and prompts to fill in and explore.

Artists’ Cafe

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: The Artists' Cafe



The publishers of Somerset Studio invite you to explore the finest moments from over a decade in print with Artists’ Café. This decadent, 144-page magazine is jam-packed with the best paper crafting and mixed-media projectscollected from past issues of Somerset Studio, Somerset Apprentice, Sew Somerset, Art Journaling, and Somerset Workshop. Relive favorite articles, discover techniques you may have missed or get reacquainted with an admired artist. In our newest issue, Eve Watters creates mixed-media art wall hangings, and Pam Carriker shares her art journaling techniques.

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Belle Armoire Jewelry



This winter, dive into an abundance of techniques with jewelry from Carol Kornievsky, Melinda Barnett, Linda Bucci, Cherie FitzSimons, and more. In this issue, Jamie Larson explores another way to use corks in jewelry-making with her caged and intricately beaded necklaces, and Laura Guenther shares an assortment of enameled statement jewelry. Also, polymer clay takes center stage in Brooke Bock’s collection of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that are pieced together with black wire and adorned with gorgeous frayed ribbon. Plus, Vivian Driskill’s trio of silver cuffs are a delight for anyone who is a fan of vintage metalwork with their slightly steampunk and very romantic look.

Take Ten

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Take Ten



Each New Year is the chance for a new start, and in turn the December 2016 Issue of Take Ten is getting ready to hit newsstands with nearly 300 fresh ideas for beautiful cards. In this issue, mini-sized cards take one little sentiment at a time and there are a few of these fun, stationery sets that you can stamp up in a jiff to celebrate every sentiment or occasion. The results of the latest design challenge are some of the strongest we have seen, with so many wonderful submissions that it was difficult to choose. Valentine’s Day is also on the horizon, and we have many lovely ideas; whether making cards for friends, family, or a romantic interest, there is something sweet for everyone. In addition, find many beautiful feature articles from artists such as Lynne Moncrieff, Janice Long, Monica Montez-Stine, and more!

Where Women Cook

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Where Women Cook



The latest issue of Where Women Cook features celebrity Southern chefs Robin Shea and Paula Deen, passionate farm-to-table food blogger Valentina Solfrini, and country music superstar and Food Network host Trisha Yearwood. Also, Kristen Farmer Hall of Baking Bandits and pastry chef Rebecca Rather share their sweet stories, and Eva Kosmas Flores delves into her life as a food, lifestyle, and travel photographer. Meet recipe developer, educator, herbalist, and author of “Wild Drinks & Cocktails” Emily Han, and many more inspirational women inside this new issue.

Somerset Studio Gallery

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Somerset Studio Gallery



Somerset Studio Gallery ― a special publication that features everything you love about Somerset Studio in 200 lush pages ― returns with mixed-media artwork to inspire. In this issue, Laura Roberts introduces us to her Finial Birds, and Kim Collister shares her Tentacle Block Assemblages. Other features include Lynne Moncrieff sharing her technique for combining stamping and paperclay, Johwey Redington expressing her aesthetic of melancholy in encaustic collage, and Sue Nunn delving into the art of assemblage.

Art Quilting Studio

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Art Quilting Studio



In the Winter 2016 issue of Art Quilting Studio, explore the latest trend in wearable art quilts with animal brooches by Viv Sliwka of Hen’s Teeth Art. Ann Brauer shares her fabric strips quilt series, and you won’t want to miss a must-read Artist Portfolio on Jill Kerttula. In our Quilting the Odd & Unusual Department, Jennifer Hammond Landau explains how she found inspiration for her art quilt in a compost pile. This issue has it all; discover Donna Weber’s architectural quilting style, and Carrie Payne’s Girls in Dimensional Dresses.

Sew Somerset

Glimpse Inside New December Issues: Sew Somerset



In the winter issue of Sew Somerset, Caterina Giglio fills her stitched ephemera collages with old button cards, lace scraps, and antique images of 1920s flappers, and Jean Rubman’s hanging quilts capture the memories of cherished moments with girlfriends. Explore Provence through Lilla Le Vine’s eyes in her fabric book illustrated with visions of Nice, a castle, and more. Also, Niki Meiners’ shabby chic patchwork kites take flight and provide a whimsical decoration to any room. This issue also features stitched cards, memory books filled with mixed and matched fabric remnants, an idea for bookmarks to gift, folk art-inspired mixed-media sewn projects, and more.

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway to Win a New December Issue

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new December 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 12/31/15 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’16) issues only: Art Quilting StudioBella GraceBelle Armoire JewelryWhere Women Cook, Take Ten, Somerset Studio Gallery, Sew Somerset, and Artists’ Cafe. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 12/31/15.

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