Glimpse Inside: New February Issues + A Coupon + A Giveaway

New February Issues

glimpse inside January Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new February issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0216 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Willow and Sage

Willow and Sage Spring 2016

In the latest issue of Willow and Sage, grow a DIY garden full of plants that can be used in homemade beauty products to alleviate skin ailments such as burns, acne, dryness, and inflammation; and just in time for Easter, check out a recipe for Easter egg bath bombs. Also, learn how to make soap overnight as we explore the basics of melt-and-pour soaps with a full step-by-step guide, list of essential ingredients, and ideas for customization; and make your personal fragrance uniquely yours with a tutorial on how to make your own perfume. Plus, look out for many more projects that you can make by hand, including a lavender citronella candle, dandelion lotion bars, cherry blossom sugar scrubs, red wine face masks, and more.

Altered Couture

Altered Couture Spring 2016

Refresh your wardrobe with the new project ideas and techniques featured in Altered Couture. In this new issue, Sarah Halbeisen of the blog Look What I Made shows how to transform a couch cushion into a charming clutch; and learn from Lulu Bea how to transform worn-out T-shirts into new hair accessories for spring. Explore Darby Harden’s spring 2016 upcycled bridal collection, Pat Graves’ technique and pattern for creating new slippers from old felted sweaters, and the results of the Step Into Spring challenge.

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging Spring 2016

Are you ready to explore the pages of the newest Artful Blogging issue? Discover new recipes with Sasha Swerdloff on her blog at tendingthetable.com. Learn about digital design, inspiration, and technique with Miki Krueger at thecountryteacher.wordpress.com and Wendy Brightbill at agirlandherbrush.com. Step into Eva-Maria Smith’s lifestyle blog at houseofsmilla.com. The stunning photography and heartwarming stories will have you begging for more!

GreenCraft Magazine

GreenCraft Magazine Spring 2016

Transform your trash into treasures with the latest GreenCraft Magazine, like the multiple ways to use coffee sleeves as presented by Frances Peets. For gadget-lovers and techies alike, make computer key jewelry inspired by Sandy Hadland’s project. Also featured in the issue, Cindy Fortin revamps a shift dress with a stunning weaving technique using old T-shirts, Dorothy North creates picture frames from corrugated cardboard that look store-bought, and Laura Kruger’s home good items made from tins and other old junk are sure to transform non-greencrafters into believers! Plus, don’t miss Brooke Bock’s technique for making bracelets from gourds and Ella Wilson’s planters made from garden gloves that are sweet, fun and functional.

 

Somerset Home

Somerset Home Spring 2016

Flip through the inspiring pages of Somerset Home to pick up tips and techniques for organizing and refreshing your home. Featured in this issue, L. Katherine Roberts creates a “Kitchen Cupboard Kit” of artfully arranged spices and teas made from kitchen towels and upcycled pieces for storage, making it the perfect housewarming gift and beautiful way to hold spices; and Roberta Grant shares her stunning apron inspired by the classic film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” — Holly Golightly would be proud! Plus, give old hangers a makeover by adding fun fabrics and embellishments with this project by Edan Ruthan Miller; and create paper roses that last a lifetime with Cheryl Lindsay’s floral wreath and bouquet. Also in this issue, make use of blank spaces to organize with everything from wall hooks to towel racks, and find 20+ inspirational photos to arrange your home in an artistic way.

Stuffed

Stuffed Spring 2016

Get excited for the Spring 2016 Issue of Stuffed bursting at the seams with adorable, monster-ific softies! Explore the Artist Portfolio of Lisa Lee and her Leather Monsters, plus learn all about her inspiration, technique, and style. Discover the birds Trixie, Stella, and Gwyn by Jamie DeLaCruz, and come face-to-face with Alisa Ryan’s sweet bunnies and bears. You won’t want to miss the Glum Ninja Bodyguards by R.J. Walton, or Maura Fitzpatrick’s positively polished girls. This issue is sure to be a hit!

 

Where Women Create

Where Women Create Spring 2016

Have you ever wondered what inspires extraordinary women, how they got started, and where they create? This issue of Where Women Create takes you behind-the-scenes and reveals the personal stories of influential and artistic women like whimsical and abstract artist Jamie Fingal, and Natalie Wright, Project Design Manager at American Crafts. Mixed-media artist Lynn Whipple brings her paint palette into the great outdoors for inspiration, and explore Rosemary Lebau’s vintage gothic vibe that extends to her assemblage art and her studio décor. Plus, from plush dolls to her patented Tuck ‘n’ Go, Kerry Goulder makes sewn creations in her serenely organized studio in the latest Where Women Create.

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly Spring 2016

Our Spring 2016 Issue is bursting with spectacular dolls! Read our Doll Artist Profile on Kevin Buntin; and see part 2 of Leslie Molen’s Four Season Dolls, Delicate Blossom. Explore dolls from the Houston Quilt Festival and the results of our Fairy Tale Doll Challenge; plus amazing dolls by Victoria Rose Martin, Deborah Bowe, Rhonda Whitledge, Cindee Moyer, Julie Branch, Kate Church, Marguerite Noschese, Bo Bergmann, and many more!

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway to Win a New February Issue

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new February 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 2/29/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Spring’16) issues only: Altered Couture, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Somerset HomeStuffedWhere Women Createand Willow and Sage. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 02/29/16.

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Posted: Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 @ 4:04 pm
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74 Responses to “Glimpse Inside: New February Issues + A Coupon + A Giveaway”

  1. Anne D says:

    Greencraft looks intriguing!

  2. annheidel says:

    I already bought my copy of Where Women Create! Art Doll Quarterly looks intriguing. I love the picture you showcased.

  3. Carla Hundley says:

    I like the Shabby-chic
    Photos Holder article.
    Carla from Utah

  4. Sandra Webster says:

    I can’t wait to see the Willow and Sage issue. It always has such elegant products for the bath and grooming. The photography alone is enough to entice the purchase!

  5. Karen G says:

    Somerset Home – I ready to do some updating!

  6. Jackie P Neal says:

    OMGoodness! I still have not seen a GreenCraft magazine, so this is absolutely my choice! Thanks for the chance!
    Jackie

  7. Jackie says:

    Artful Blogging has my interest !

  8. Gilda says:

    I love Somerset Home.

  9. Retta says:

    Can’t wait for the “Art Doll Quarterly”. I wish it came out every month!

  10. DianeD says:

    Can’t wait to see Artful Blogging. So many gorgeous pictures and wonderful stories.
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    DianeD

  11. Becky says:

    I LOVE Greencraft!!!

  12. Autumn says:

    Oh I would love to get my hands on the latest Art Doll Quarterly!!! Thanks for the chance.

  13. Terri francis says:

    Can’t wait to see Where Women Create.

  14. Celia L says:

    Where Women Create, has capture my attention. Just to know women creating, my hands feel attracted to it.
    Thank you,
    Celia L.

  15. Emily says:

    I’d like Artful Blogging!

  16. Donna says:

    It is a toss up between Where Women Create and Art Doll Quarterly and Green Craft!

    One of the three! Way to hard to choose just one! I LOVE all of Stampington Magazines!

  17. Nadine Jordan says:

    My favorite is not here. I do like Green crafts and Someset.

  18. Tisa says:

    Am always drawn to checking out Where Women Create….should be Where OTHER Women Create :) as I always compare my space with theirs & get tips on how to improve the organization & pizzazz!

    • Sarah says:

      Yes, I love the organization tips from Where Women Create. This issue has some really diverse styles, but they all have great ideas for using wall space in new and innovative ways.

  19. Patricia says:

    Love the Green Craft. Several projects I’d like to try. Thanks

  20. Jen E says:

    They all look enticing, but since I’m Spring cleaning closets and my mom’s storage unit, I could really use Altered Couture to see what’s due for a revamp and what is good to go…

  21. Kathy S says:

    Where Women Create … what dreams are made of.

  22. Lynn says:

    I love the Shabby Chic photo holder–will look for that issue!

  23. Colleen Bammann says:

    Art Doll Quarterly and Stuffed are fun magazines with great ideas. I think Art Doll has more bang for the buck.

  24. Jacque says:

    I am liking the looks of Where Women Create! I hope to be inspired to organize my mess and create something.

  25. Angela D says:

    I would love to win a Somerset Home.

  26. Vickie Bolling says:

    I’ve never seen Green Craft and it looks amazing. Just by the cover I see how they make the ordinary extraordinary. I hate throwing cool containers and bits out so I think I’d love this magazine.

  27. Jean Marmo says:

    Where women create – would lvoe to spend time with this!

  28. Alice says:

    Altered Couture as I love fashion & revamping various fashions.

  29. Linda Hughes says:

    I would love to win Willow and Sage!

  30. Susan McMenamin says:

    Where Women Create has been a favorite of mine since it’s initial publishing. Love it!

  31. Kelly Kardos says:

    Green Craft Magazine looks cool-I’ve never seen this publication before-

  32. Robin Craig says:

    I want them all…but I think Willow and Sage is calling my name…

  33. Rebecca Middleton says:

    Where Women Create
    It’s what I am. It’s where I’m at.

  34. Carmen Lucero says:

    Altered Couture would be the magazine I can’t wait to get. I’m always looking for ways to repurpose my cloths, thanks for the chance!

    Carmen

  35. Judy H. says:

    The Willow and Sage Issue with its beautiful cover invites the reader to open it and submerse oneself into all the treasures it holds.Melt and pour soaps, Easter egg bath bombs, candles, plants for health and beauty…what a pampering prize!

  36. ti says:

    Love the Art Doll Quarterly because of the little post here! so clever, I’m in love!
    Already have my Willow and Sage, which is my fav!!! thanks for the coupon!

  37. Pat Langley says:

    I would like to explore Altered Couture

  38. Lori Moon says:

    I want to experience GreenCraft. Fun!

  39. Linda Reitz says:

    Art Doll Quarterly = the peek shows a book and a doll, a doll in a book – now that is a serious winter remedy.

  40. Debbie Hight says:

    Green Craft, without a doubt! love repurposing & Green Craft is quite inspirational :-)

  41. Artful blogging would be an awesome pick! I have never seen that magazine and I am sure it would have some great tips for a novice blog owner! :)

  42. Sharon Papovich says:

    Somerset Home always keeps me dreaming of new ways to accent my home! Always inspiring!

  43. Sandra H. says:

    I always love the GreenCraft issue and the Feb. one looks to be the best yet!

  44. Barbara says:

    I would love to get a look at Somerset Home. It looks very inspiring.

  45. Rose says:

    I love stories. Artful Blogging is my choice.

  46. Marilynne says:

    Love, Love, Love Where Women Create. Always inspirational!

  47. Always love these publications. Helps me get through winter and inspires me in so many ways.

  48. Peggy Lee says:

    Willow and Sage sounds beautiful!!

  49. I have just become one of the admins and moderators for a women’s online group. I am sure that I would be so inspired by and find amazing things to share with the group in the pages of Artful Blogging…

  50. Janice Petty says:

    My fave, fave, fave is Art Doll Quarterly! Also love Where Women Create! Blessings, Jan

  51. Ann says:

    How to pick?! I would love to understand more about blogging, so Artful Blogging. Somerset Home would be a very close second. They’re all beautiful and I know all would be great reads!

  52. ionabunny says:

    Greencraft looks very interesting. Sad that you are excluding the rest of the world from your giveaway. Glad you don’t exclude us from your lovely magazines. I am in Norway. Hugz

  53. I subscribe to several, but haven’t seen Artful Blogging for awhile and think I kinda miss it.
    I truly enjoy the variety you offer.

  54. Tammy Oviedo says:

    Where women create looks very interesting!

  55. Jamie Pitts says:

    I already purchased my copy of Where Women Create (my favorite) and have always wanted to get my hands on Willow and Sage which looks lovely!

  56. Percilla Gurule says:

    I’d select Somerset Home- I’m sure it has great ideas to brighten up my home

  57. Debbie Odle says:

    Where Women Create looks great! Would love to have it! Thank you for the opportunity!

  58. Luz Rubianes says:

    Artful Blogging looks interesting. Would love to read about others blogs and see their ideas.

  59. MJ Agles says:

    I will choose Altered for contest. Purchasing Willow and Sage of which I am captivated. Hard to choose for all publications are splendid!

  60. Altered Couture, because I always love it most (though Greencraft is a close second) and I’m a fanatic upcycler, and it inspires me so much, especially since the seasons are about to change and I’ve lost some weight, so my closets contain some potential projects!

  61. beth says:

    i need to get my hands on several of those, but i think i’m most excited about GreenCraft!

  62. DJ says:

    I really love the GreenCraft Magazine.

  63. Joy says:

    Oooh, so hard to choose! I would say Where Women Create as I already have Altered Couture this month. Green Craft is also tempting but WWC is so inspiring!

    Thanks for the giveaway and for all your beautiful publications.

  64. Tammy Oviedo says:

    Hi Art Doll Quarterly is always a pick for me, love all the awesome work of artists!

  65. Sharon Gullikson says:

    Somerset Home is great. But I also love many other of your magazines…

  66. Artful blogging. Because if you go look at my blog. You will see how seriously lacking it is. I need inspiration, coaching and so much more

    • Sarah says:

      The trick is to build a little at a time. My blog started with a generic everything and terrible photography, but then I added custom fonts, custom colors, and retouched photos, and it is already looking better. I made a list of goals and am slowly chipping away at it and growing. Next on the list is digitally manipulated photos. We’ll see if I can master that over the weekend. Good luck with your blog!

  67. Sonja C says:

    Willow and Sage looks the most appealing to me. My son suffers from bad eczema and I am always looking for natural products to try [and make] or buy to help soothe his skin!

  68. Gretchen S. says:

    I always love Artful Blogging. So many amazing stories and images.

  69. Kez says:

    Willow & Sage looks exciting & inspiring. Can’t wait to begin making luxury for friends!

  70. Sharon Gullikson says:

    Somerset Home is the one that I can’t wait to see, and hopefully win!

  71. Marilynne Wasielewski says:

    I absolutely love Where Women Create…so inspiringly!

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New February Issues

glimpse inside January Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new February issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0216 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Willow and Sage

Willow and Sage Spring 2016

In the latest issue of Willow and Sage, grow a DIY garden full of plants that can be used in homemade beauty products to alleviate skin ailments such as burns, acne, dryness, and inflammation; and just in time for Easter, check out a recipe for Easter egg bath bombs. Also, learn how to make soap overnight as we explore the basics of melt-and-pour soaps with a full step-by-step guide, list of essential ingredients, and ideas for customization; and make your personal fragrance uniquely yours with a tutorial on how to make your own perfume. Plus, look out for many more projects that you can make by hand, including a lavender citronella candle, dandelion lotion bars, cherry blossom sugar scrubs, red wine face masks, and more.

Altered Couture

Altered Couture Spring 2016

Refresh your wardrobe with the new project ideas and techniques featured in Altered Couture. In this new issue, Sarah Halbeisen of the blog Look What I Made shows how to transform a couch cushion into a charming clutch; and learn from Lulu Bea how to transform worn-out T-shirts into new hair accessories for spring. Explore Darby Harden’s spring 2016 upcycled bridal collection, Pat Graves’ technique and pattern for creating new slippers from old felted sweaters, and the results of the Step Into Spring challenge.

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging Spring 2016

Are you ready to explore the pages of the newest Artful Blogging issue? Discover new recipes with Sasha Swerdloff on her blog at tendingthetable.com. Learn about digital design, inspiration, and technique with Miki Krueger at thecountryteacher.wordpress.com and Wendy Brightbill at agirlandherbrush.com. Step into Eva-Maria Smith’s lifestyle blog at houseofsmilla.com. The stunning photography and heartwarming stories will have you begging for more!

GreenCraft Magazine

GreenCraft Magazine Spring 2016

Transform your trash into treasures with the latest GreenCraft Magazine, like the multiple ways to use coffee sleeves as presented by Frances Peets. For gadget-lovers and techies alike, make computer key jewelry inspired by Sandy Hadland’s project. Also featured in the issue, Cindy Fortin revamps a shift dress with a stunning weaving technique using old T-shirts, Dorothy North creates picture frames from corrugated cardboard that look store-bought, and Laura Kruger’s home good items made from tins and other old junk are sure to transform non-greencrafters into believers! Plus, don’t miss Brooke Bock’s technique for making bracelets from gourds and Ella Wilson’s planters made from garden gloves that are sweet, fun and functional.

 

Somerset Home

Somerset Home Spring 2016

Flip through the inspiring pages of Somerset Home to pick up tips and techniques for organizing and refreshing your home. Featured in this issue, L. Katherine Roberts creates a “Kitchen Cupboard Kit” of artfully arranged spices and teas made from kitchen towels and upcycled pieces for storage, making it the perfect housewarming gift and beautiful way to hold spices; and Roberta Grant shares her stunning apron inspired by the classic film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” — Holly Golightly would be proud! Plus, give old hangers a makeover by adding fun fabrics and embellishments with this project by Edan Ruthan Miller; and create paper roses that last a lifetime with Cheryl Lindsay’s floral wreath and bouquet. Also in this issue, make use of blank spaces to organize with everything from wall hooks to towel racks, and find 20+ inspirational photos to arrange your home in an artistic way.

Stuffed

Stuffed Spring 2016

Get excited for the Spring 2016 Issue of Stuffed bursting at the seams with adorable, monster-ific softies! Explore the Artist Portfolio of Lisa Lee and her Leather Monsters, plus learn all about her inspiration, technique, and style. Discover the birds Trixie, Stella, and Gwyn by Jamie DeLaCruz, and come face-to-face with Alisa Ryan’s sweet bunnies and bears. You won’t want to miss the Glum Ninja Bodyguards by R.J. Walton, or Maura Fitzpatrick’s positively polished girls. This issue is sure to be a hit!

 

Where Women Create

Where Women Create Spring 2016

Have you ever wondered what inspires extraordinary women, how they got started, and where they create? This issue of Where Women Create takes you behind-the-scenes and reveals the personal stories of influential and artistic women like whimsical and abstract artist Jamie Fingal, and Natalie Wright, Project Design Manager at American Crafts. Mixed-media artist Lynn Whipple brings her paint palette into the great outdoors for inspiration, and explore Rosemary Lebau’s vintage gothic vibe that extends to her assemblage art and her studio décor. Plus, from plush dolls to her patented Tuck ‘n’ Go, Kerry Goulder makes sewn creations in her serenely organized studio in the latest Where Women Create.

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly Spring 2016

Our Spring 2016 Issue is bursting with spectacular dolls! Read our Doll Artist Profile on Kevin Buntin; and see part 2 of Leslie Molen’s Four Season Dolls, Delicate Blossom. Explore dolls from the Houston Quilt Festival and the results of our Fairy Tale Doll Challenge; plus amazing dolls by Victoria Rose Martin, Deborah Bowe, Rhonda Whitledge, Cindee Moyer, Julie Branch, Kate Church, Marguerite Noschese, Bo Bergmann, and many more!

Enter our Glimpse Inside Giveaway to Win a New February Issue

[This giveaway has ended.]

We’re giving away a brand-new February 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 2/29/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Spring’16) issues only: Altered Couture, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Somerset HomeStuffedWhere Women Createand Willow and Sage. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 02/29/16.

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