Glimpse Inside: New January Issues + Coupon

New January Issues

glimpse inside January Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new January issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0116 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Somerset Studio

Glimpse Inside Somerset Studio

Explore the latest tips, tricks, and trends in mixed-media with this issue of Somerset Studio. See Laura Lein-Svencner’s work in the Artist Profile, Connie Gove Stuart’s projects using Roben Marie Smith’s Art Pops Line, and Colette Copeland’s quirky people made from postage stamps. Explore eco-dyeing, working with reclaimed wood, and altering birdhouses for spring. Also featured in this issue, Linda Trenholm’s journal of portraits inspired by Amadeo Modigliani and Christ Capista’s latest installment of The Birdgirls. Plus, we have tons of teal artwork!

Art Journaling

Glimpse Inside Art Journaling

It’s a new year, and we’ve got brand-new techniques to share within the winter edition of Art Journaling. In the Artist Profile, Tina Walker demonstrates her mastery of intricate patterns and touchable textures. Also featured in this issue, Cathy Bluteau teaches how to construct a dreamily distressed journal in a page-by-page tutorial, Chrissane Robertson uses her gift for illustration to capture memories, and Mary Sterk’s multi-layered, many-textured mixed-media journal has something new and exciting hiding in every nook and cranny. Also explore the art journals of prolific artists Mindy Lacefield, Renee Stien, Nancy Lefko, and Heather Kindt inside the latest issue.

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create BUSINESS

In this inspiring issue of Where Women Create BUSINESS, Tamra Brannon and Ginger Lyons of Buffalo Girls Salvage create décor that has been lovingly handmade from salvaged finds and wayward treasures, and Molly Rockman of Earth Dance Farms shares how to sustainably grow food and community, one small farm at a time, through hands-on education and delicious experiences. Meet Kristine Vejar, founder of A Verb for Keeping Warm, which sells naturally dyed yarn, fiber, and fabric, and offers classes in knitting, sewing, weaving, natural dyeing, and spinning. Also in this issue, Artist Caroline Zoob’s Decorative Living Days retreat, Courtney Brown of Cents of Style, and photographer Autumn Stankay of SkySight Photography.

Belle Armoire

Glimpse Inside Belle Armoire

Absorb the stylish, winter fashions inside the newest edition of Belle Armoire. Meet globally-recognized designer Coral Castillo in this issue’s Designer Collection, and learn how designer Steve Evrard performed a live art event to present a new vision for fashion in the form of wearable paintings. Artist and designer Sinead Curran presents her latest collection, Mutual Eclosion, combining her passions for weaving, knitting, and handiwork, and Uğur Daşkan explains how her personal study of nature inspired her High-Fiber Necklaces. Also in this issue, experience the spirit of Deutschland with Melissa Ferreira of Adhesif Clothing.

Jewelry Affaire

Glimpse Inside Jewelry Affaire

Filled with delectable delights and stunning statement pieces, you will be mesmerized by the latest, innovative trends on the jewelry scene. In this issue, learn how to make a delicate blush-hued pendant from wire and statement beads, and explore a collection of delicate treasures from featured artist Melinda Barnett. Plus, what’s old is new again with Cheryl Lindsay’s vintage-inspired assortment of necklaces, bracelets, pins, and more in patina and natural silver hues. See Audrey Lodato’s driftwood statement necklace inspired by her walks along the banks of the Hudson River in Upstate New York. We’re loving the mixed-media techniques like wire-wrapping and enameling that bring Anne Finkle’s pieces to life, including her one-of-a-kind earrings from scraps of eyelet fabric in shades of cornflower blue and golden brown. Order a copy today and learn to make visual stunners that can be worn every day, are sure to garner compliments, and command attention.

Mingle

Glimpse Inside Mingle

Brew a cup of tea, wrap up in a cozy blanket, and grab the newest issue of Mingle featuring all sorts of events. Jenny Keller hosts a Cookie Decorating Lunch, and you’ll also discover Gizelle Perry’s Vintage Luau and Sara De St. Jean’s Tailgate Birthday Party. Flip through the pages to uncover Six Breaths Art Retreat and so much more. From birthday parties and tea parties, to baby showers and art retreats, this is one issue you don’t want to miss!

Prims

Glimpse Inside Prims

Revel in the simplicity behind each and every one of the primitive, handmade creations inside Prims. This winter issue is jam-packed with primitives from talented artists. Discover Judy Smith’s Bottle Cap Gang, Primitive Pumpkin Pinkeeps, and Baby Owls, and take a peek at Wendy Campbell Klepper’s inspiring Indian Folk Art. Read about antique feed sacks with Karen Brady Hammontree, and uncover Trudy Honeycutt’s timeworn Winter Bear, Snowy Owl, and Snow Dove. This is one issue you won’t want to miss!

Somerset Life

Glimpse Inside Somerset Life

From tiny valentines tucked inside needle cases to notecards sets you can make in a flash, we’re ushering in the new year with artful projects that infuse creativity into the everyday. Give new looks to wooden hangers, transform eggs into tealights, or craft beautiful heating pads for when you’re under the weather. This issue also has packaging inspiration, like how to make your own tissue paper and themed art kits to give your creative friends. Plus, learn the ins and outs of naturally dyeing Easter eggs. This issue has ideas for living the artful life in 2016.

The Stampers’ Sampler

Glimpse Inside The Stampers' Sampler

Another year, another awe-inspiring issue of The Stampers’ Sampler! Over the past years, we have received some truly creative cards, but results from the For the Birds Challenge are proof that artists can take a popular subject matter and really expand upon their techniques and styles. With over 20 pages of vibrant bird-themed cards, it is one of the most successful challenges of all! Dominique Auclaire-Bennani, and her recognizable, elegant stamping style, is the Guest Artist. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a favorite holiday for stampers, results from the Heart Locket template will be featured — you may wish to put your stamp on this popular template. In addition, there are over 12 full-length, full-color articles including inspirational techniques, beautiful ideas to prepare you for spring, and more!

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway to Win a New January Issue

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new January 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 1/31/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’16) issues only: Art JournalingBelle ArmoireJewelry Affaire, MinglePrims, Where Women Create BUSINESSand Somerset Life. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 01/31/16.

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Posted: Tuesday, January 5th, 2016 @ 11:42 am
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49 Responses to “Glimpse Inside: New January Issues + Coupon”

  1. Carol b says:

    I can’t wait to see an air of romance. It seems like it will have a lot of interesting projects.
    Carol b

  2. Jen E says:

    As usual, want to drop what I’m doing and peruse them all, but I’m finding the Folk-Art Birds in this issue of Prims especially enticing — and that is not my usual style or medium!

  3. Gwen L. says:

    Looks awesome! I already got my subscriber copy of Somerset Studio and loved it. I can’t wait to get the Art Journaling issue, though… always a favorite!

  4. Emily N. says:

    I love Prims!

  5. Debbie Hight says:

    Somerset Life for sure! any issue I’ve ever purchased ends up with dog ear corners :-)
    a feast for the eyes!

  6. It always amazes me how many things can be produced and reinvented at home. I’m looking forward to a new egg-citing look at some spring crafts. The thought of making my own tissue is such a curious endeavor, I can’t wait!

  7. Kelly Kardos says:

    Stampers Sampler always intrigues me-such innovative and creative artists…always coming up with new ideas

  8. Jackie says:

    It has to be Art Journaling for me !

  9. Kathy J says:

    I am anxious to see the 20 pages the paper artists did for the For the Birds challenge as I want to make cards incorporating birds. Some new Valentine ideas will be motivating as well. The star image looks new and versatile.

  10. Terri francis says:

    I can’t wait to see The Stampers’ Sampler. Always a treat!

  11. Linda K says:

    ooh,it’s Somerset Life that has me just dying to get my hands on, and then to create too!

  12. pattisj says:

    I love Art Journaling!

  13. DianeD says:

    I do not usually like Prims but those colorful birds have my heart! But since I have to choose I would say Somerset Life is my favorite.

  14. Jackie P Neal says:

    Oh my- I am a Somerset Studio gal all the way!!

  15. Tammy Oviedo says:

    I just love the Folk art Birds in Prims magazine, so I pick Prims this time.

  16. Jacque says:

    Somerset Life would be my first choice, with all of those gorgeous colors! I love them all, though, so it is hard to choose….

  17. Colleen Barger says:

    Can’t wait to delve into the Somerset Life magazine!

  18. Laura Bohall says:

    Super excited to see the latest issue of Art Journaling. Many of my fav artists are being highlighted, like Mindy Lacefield and Nancy Lefko-yay!

  19. Susan Schultheis says:

    I cannot live without the newest issue of Art Journaling! Thank you.

  20. Barbara Eisenman says:

    I cannot wait to see the Stamper’s Sampler! Love those stars – inspiring as tomorrow is Epiphany!

  21. Katie says:

    Deciding which ONE magazine I would like most is like asking which limb I’m most fond of, I want them all. Stamper’s Sampler is my go to magazine but the description of the contents in Art Journaling have me leaning in the direction this month.

  22. Barbara says:

    I would love to get my hands on the January Prims magazine!

  23. KathyK says:

    I love the variety of articles in Somerset Studio.
    You just can’t go wrong!

  24. K. Ferris says:

    I am so excited about the new issue of Art Journaling. Each issue has been more inspiring than I could have hoped. I’d love to win an issue of Art Journaling!

  25. Patsy Tabbert says:

    I would love the get the issue of Art Journaling!

  26. kim says:

    Art Journaling – it looks gorgeous. I’ve been wanting to check Art Journaling out!

  27. Dorothy McGroarty says:

    New camera, binoculars, guess I won’t need them to enjoy the lovely birds I saw in the preview I saw for Prims Janurary issues.

  28. Carol Mc says:

    I already purchased the Stamper’s Sampler. I have to have it as soon as I see it.

    So my new choice would be “Where Women Create Business”. I love seeing all the artist studios and reading the interviews.

  29. I would love to investigate Somerset Life. I have not seen this on my newsstand or B&N. This really might be another Stampington magazine I’ll just have to have for all the creative inspiration and new how-tos so fun to share with friends.

  30. Peggy Lee says:

    Oh Yes!, it would have to be the new Somerset Life issue! Such pretty and interesting creations are gettting me motivated! I can’t wait to get started!

  31. Annmarie says:

    Where Women Create Business!!!!

  32. Cheryl says:

    Art journaling for me!

  33. Debbie says:

    Definately Somerset Journal and Somerset Life! HARD TO CHOOSE!

  34. Lynn says:

    The new Mingle issue is a must-have! I love the idea of a bring your own cookies party, and the one about pie at sunrise. LOVE LOVE LOVE all your magazines!

  35. Charlene Martin says:

    I can’t wait to see crafters who provide inspiration on upcycling and salvaged findings. What a great way to see artist creating and yet still working with used gems.

  36. I love to make cards. Love Stampers Sampler, & also Take Ten, which I didn’t see on the list.
    Please pick me!

  37. Kristen Jackson says:

    Love all your magazines but would love Somerset Life! Projects look wonderful! Also love Bella Grace! I have every issue and looking forward to the new issue in March! Thanks for the possibility of winning!

  38. Sandra Cook says:

    Can’t wait to feast my eyes on the new issue of Prims!

  39. Would love Stampers sampler. I love birds, feed them daily, love artwork & all related to birds!
    Am in CDA, winter birds in our front yard tree.

  40. Lou Baker Downing says:

    Somerset Life! I have so many saved. My favorite for sure.

  41. Lyn says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on Where Women Create Business…I’m visiting my daughter’s in the USA very soon from the UK, I can’t wait to stock up on my favourite Stampongton Magazines…informative, quality and so well crafted magazines.

  42. jennifer s says:

    loving that issue of Mingle..it’s not on my regular newstand where I get all my Somerset mags! Is there an Art Retreat featured in there????

  43. Janet Moss says:

    Those Folk Art Birds are calling my name,so the Prims Magazine would most definitely be my choice to win. Thanks for the chance…..

  44. Linda Isbell says:

    Somerset Life has taught me so many new tricks to add to my mixed media works. I look forward to my trip to the Bookstore magazine stand each month. I’ve never been disappointed.

  45. Natalie Matos says:

    Just bought Studios last night and I’m loving it, but Art Journaling looks great too

  46. Laura says:

    I love them all! If I have to pick just one of these I think it would be Somerset Studios, but Art Journaling and Prims are so close I’d be just as happy with them. :)

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New January Issues

glimpse inside January Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new January issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0116 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Somerset Studio

Glimpse Inside Somerset Studio

Explore the latest tips, tricks, and trends in mixed-media with this issue of Somerset Studio. See Laura Lein-Svencner’s work in the Artist Profile, Connie Gove Stuart’s projects using Roben Marie Smith’s Art Pops Line, and Colette Copeland’s quirky people made from postage stamps. Explore eco-dyeing, working with reclaimed wood, and altering birdhouses for spring. Also featured in this issue, Linda Trenholm’s journal of portraits inspired by Amadeo Modigliani and Christ Capista’s latest installment of The Birdgirls. Plus, we have tons of teal artwork!

Art Journaling

Glimpse Inside Art Journaling

It’s a new year, and we’ve got brand-new techniques to share within the winter edition of Art Journaling. In the Artist Profile, Tina Walker demonstrates her mastery of intricate patterns and touchable textures. Also featured in this issue, Cathy Bluteau teaches how to construct a dreamily distressed journal in a page-by-page tutorial, Chrissane Robertson uses her gift for illustration to capture memories, and Mary Sterk’s multi-layered, many-textured mixed-media journal has something new and exciting hiding in every nook and cranny. Also explore the art journals of prolific artists Mindy Lacefield, Renee Stien, Nancy Lefko, and Heather Kindt inside the latest issue.

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create BUSINESS

In this inspiring issue of Where Women Create BUSINESS, Tamra Brannon and Ginger Lyons of Buffalo Girls Salvage create décor that has been lovingly handmade from salvaged finds and wayward treasures, and Molly Rockman of Earth Dance Farms shares how to sustainably grow food and community, one small farm at a time, through hands-on education and delicious experiences. Meet Kristine Vejar, founder of A Verb for Keeping Warm, which sells naturally dyed yarn, fiber, and fabric, and offers classes in knitting, sewing, weaving, natural dyeing, and spinning. Also in this issue, Artist Caroline Zoob’s Decorative Living Days retreat, Courtney Brown of Cents of Style, and photographer Autumn Stankay of SkySight Photography.

Belle Armoire

Glimpse Inside Belle Armoire

Absorb the stylish, winter fashions inside the newest edition of Belle Armoire. Meet globally-recognized designer Coral Castillo in this issue’s Designer Collection, and learn how designer Steve Evrard performed a live art event to present a new vision for fashion in the form of wearable paintings. Artist and designer Sinead Curran presents her latest collection, Mutual Eclosion, combining her passions for weaving, knitting, and handiwork, and Uğur Daşkan explains how her personal study of nature inspired her High-Fiber Necklaces. Also in this issue, experience the spirit of Deutschland with Melissa Ferreira of Adhesif Clothing.

Jewelry Affaire

Glimpse Inside Jewelry Affaire

Filled with delectable delights and stunning statement pieces, you will be mesmerized by the latest, innovative trends on the jewelry scene. In this issue, learn how to make a delicate blush-hued pendant from wire and statement beads, and explore a collection of delicate treasures from featured artist Melinda Barnett. Plus, what’s old is new again with Cheryl Lindsay’s vintage-inspired assortment of necklaces, bracelets, pins, and more in patina and natural silver hues. See Audrey Lodato’s driftwood statement necklace inspired by her walks along the banks of the Hudson River in Upstate New York. We’re loving the mixed-media techniques like wire-wrapping and enameling that bring Anne Finkle’s pieces to life, including her one-of-a-kind earrings from scraps of eyelet fabric in shades of cornflower blue and golden brown. Order a copy today and learn to make visual stunners that can be worn every day, are sure to garner compliments, and command attention.

Mingle

Glimpse Inside Mingle

Brew a cup of tea, wrap up in a cozy blanket, and grab the newest issue of Mingle featuring all sorts of events. Jenny Keller hosts a Cookie Decorating Lunch, and you’ll also discover Gizelle Perry’s Vintage Luau and Sara De St. Jean’s Tailgate Birthday Party. Flip through the pages to uncover Six Breaths Art Retreat and so much more. From birthday parties and tea parties, to baby showers and art retreats, this is one issue you don’t want to miss!

Prims

Glimpse Inside Prims

Revel in the simplicity behind each and every one of the primitive, handmade creations inside Prims. This winter issue is jam-packed with primitives from talented artists. Discover Judy Smith’s Bottle Cap Gang, Primitive Pumpkin Pinkeeps, and Baby Owls, and take a peek at Wendy Campbell Klepper’s inspiring Indian Folk Art. Read about antique feed sacks with Karen Brady Hammontree, and uncover Trudy Honeycutt’s timeworn Winter Bear, Snowy Owl, and Snow Dove. This is one issue you won’t want to miss!

Somerset Life

Glimpse Inside Somerset Life

From tiny valentines tucked inside needle cases to notecards sets you can make in a flash, we’re ushering in the new year with artful projects that infuse creativity into the everyday. Give new looks to wooden hangers, transform eggs into tealights, or craft beautiful heating pads for when you’re under the weather. This issue also has packaging inspiration, like how to make your own tissue paper and themed art kits to give your creative friends. Plus, learn the ins and outs of naturally dyeing Easter eggs. This issue has ideas for living the artful life in 2016.

The Stampers’ Sampler

Glimpse Inside The Stampers' Sampler

Another year, another awe-inspiring issue of The Stampers’ Sampler! Over the past years, we have received some truly creative cards, but results from the For the Birds Challenge are proof that artists can take a popular subject matter and really expand upon their techniques and styles. With over 20 pages of vibrant bird-themed cards, it is one of the most successful challenges of all! Dominique Auclaire-Bennani, and her recognizable, elegant stamping style, is the Guest Artist. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a favorite holiday for stampers, results from the Heart Locket template will be featured — you may wish to put your stamp on this popular template. In addition, there are over 12 full-length, full-color articles including inspirational techniques, beautiful ideas to prepare you for spring, and more!

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway to Win a New January Issue

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new January 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 1/31/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’16) issues only: Art JournalingBelle ArmoireJewelry Affaire, MinglePrims, Where Women Create BUSINESSand Somerset Life. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 01/31/16.

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