Glimpse Inside New October Issues and Enter to Win Your Favorite!

New October Issues

glimpse inside September Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new September issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1016 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

A Somerset Holiday

A Somerset Holiday

Formerly Somerset Holidays & Celebrations, our most festive title is getting a fresh new look. A Somerset Holiday: Easy Ideas for Gift-Giving & Decor puts a rustic-chic spin on the holidays by offering fun and simple ideas for handmade gifts.

Features Include:

  • Quick wrapping ideas
  • Creative ways to add semi-homemade touches
  • How to expertly personalize store-bought goods
  • Gift baskets and altered glass bulbs
  • Advent calendars and custom printable labels
  • Cherished family traditions and creative rituals that will warm your heart
  • Eye-catching infographics
  • Unique color palettes to infuse into your holiday decor
  • Clever ways to make the most of a single material, like Kraft paper and muslin
  • 10 Takes on Tags

This completely revamped edition has everything you need to make the season merry and bright. Come spend the holidays with us!

Art Journaling

Art Journaling Autumn 2016

In every 144-page issue of Art Journaling, artists open their journals and share creative techniques for capturing their emotions.

Inside our exciting Autumn 2016 Issue:

  • The simple to make handmade tag journal of Jenni Zmuda
  • Kim Collister perfects the look of fun and funky collage
  • Marilyn Roane creates an ode to the Far East
  • Leslie Wood brings Day of the Dead to life
  • Deborah Company fills her journal with custom carved patterns

Each journal is filled with innovative techniques that you’ll want to try in your own art journal, diary, travelogue, or memory keeping. Detailed photos and commentary will help you discover your journaling style, with hints and tricks for creating a stand-out page.

Jewelry Affaire

Jewelry Affaire Autumn 2016

Jewelry Affaire, magazine wants to show you that sometimes the simplest things can be the most elegant. Learn how to dress up and adorn any outfit with the stunning jewelry pieces found within our Autumn 2016 issue.

What’s Inside:

  • Gorgeous necklaces made from paper yarn
  • Keep on-trend with DIY chokers
  • Fake it: a faux mercury glass technique
  • Featured artist Pele Bowling
  • Give enamel plaques a new life
  • Cast in resin flower necklaces
  • Clay pendants perfect for bookworms

Haute Handbags

Haute Handbags Autumn 2016

From purses to clutches and backpacks to tote bags, find ideas for your next project inside Haute Handbags.
Bag by Mirjana Cesar

Inside our Autumn 2016 Issue:

  • Discover how to turn unexpected materials such as wood and books into your next handbag.
  • Take a page out of Paige Kline’s book with her beautifully patterned book clutches that allow you to showcase a piece of your favorite novel everywhere you go.
  • Alice Tokareva and Andrei Filippov take the basic clutch to the next level with their geometric and minimalist wooden clutch made from oak.
  • Dipa Suri shares her technique for creating lovely embroidered bags inspired by an autumnal Japanese haiku.

Mingle

Mingle Autumn 2016

Dive into this autumn issue of Mingle and discover an unlimited supply of holiday inspiration, highlighting special get-togethers such as a cookie swap, wine pairing party, outdoor Christmas tea, winter sleigh ride, and more. Tracy Carpenter gives a peek into her warm and cozy annual Christmas party, and Jenny Keller shares her fall ladies’ lunch. Maureen Walker throws a spectacular Holiday Preparation Party, while Sara De St. Jean hosts a Halloween Villains Ball. You won’t want to miss Sarah Brooks’ backyard fall campfire, Rachel McAffee’s witches’ tea party, and Valerie Painter’s hot cocoa and ice skating bash. Cuddle up with this new issue and jump into the holiday mood!

Somerset Life

Somerset Life Autumn 2016

Each 144-page issue of Somerset Life provides an abundance of inspiring ideas to infuse our daily lives with simple pleasures, art, romance, creativity, and beauty.

What’s inside this exciting issue:

  • Tons of tag inspiration
  • Quick and easy stitched gift bags
  • Creating keepsake baby booties
  • Fun and funky stamped hangers
  • Packaging inspiration for the holidays
  • Creative ways to use coloring book pages

The Stampers’ Sampler

The Stampers' Sampler Autumn 2016

The holidays are upon us and we couldn’t be more excited to get you in the spirit with our

Autumn 2016 Issue of The Stampers’ Sampler!

  • This issue’s Guest Artist is none other than Dina Wakley: author, teacher, mixed-media artist, art journaler, scrapbooker, and stamper! We can’t resist her stunning signature style.
  • It’s that time of year again … our Holiday Happenings Challenge results return and are as festive as ever.
  • You’re in luck! Our talented stampers share their creative Ladybug Template transformations.
  • Each of our 15 full-length, full-color articles include pages of eye-catching inspiration and tempting techniques.
  • You’ll love our brand-new Pitcher Template. We are always looking for templates, so don’t hesitate to pitch us your ideas.

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create BUSINESS Autumn 2016

Where Women Create BUSINESS is an invaluable guide for every woman business owner – from those just starting out to experienced artisans. Explore 144 pages of savvy business advice and inspiration for overcoming obstacles from women who share a passion for success.

Inside this must-read issue:

  • The beloved and inspirational paintings and products of Katie Daisy
  • Emma Chapman, of A Beautiful Mess, opens up The Golden Girl Rum Club
  • Katy Weade, chief marketing officer of online craft store Blitsy
  • Meg Shaw, owner of Lucky Vintage & Pretty Things
  • Veronica Hamlet, head designer and owner of Hamlet Interiors and Semikah Textiles

Enter Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

We’re giving away brand-new October issues to THREE lucky winners! Simply follow these steps to enter for your chance to win:

1) Click on your favorite spread above.

2) Pin or “Like” that particular issue.

3) If you pinned to Pinterest, share the link in the comments section below. If you “liked” on Facebook, tag us so we can see.

4) If you don’t have Facebook or Pinterest, please comment below and tell us which issue you find most appealing and why.

Winners will be randomly selected for our magazine giveaway and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 10/31/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Autumn ’16) issues only: Art Journaling, A Somerset Holiday, Mingle, Jewelry Affaire, Somerset Life, Where Women Create BUSINESS, and Haute Handbags. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 10/31/16.

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59 Responses to “Glimpse Inside New October Issues and Enter to Win Your Favorite!”

  1. Carla Hundley says:

    Pinned at this address:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/52846995607186732/
    Carla from Utah

  2. Tisa Hosford says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/494973815278999913/

    Art Journaling with Kim Collister?! I’m IN! I♥Kim! I’d love to see what she did & learn more from her.

  3. Kathy S says:

    Haute Handbags–a book clutch, embroidery, as well as sustainable and mixed materials throughout—wonderful

  4. Hard to choose! A Somerset Holiday Volume 10 is my final vote…so many fun ideas…the wooden “bottles” gave me an idea for Halloween!

  5. nancy dempsey says:

    Hmmm…I think Somerset Life gets my vote. The article about using coloring book pages intrigues me.

  6. Kelly Kardos says:

    I love the journaling publication…I love the faces that are painted and perfectly imperfect.(big puffy heart)

  7. Debbie Hight says:

    my pin
    https://www.pinterest.com/debhight/stamping-stuff/

    sure was hard to decide!!! love all the issues!

  8. Nelda Sellers says:

    Jewelry Affaire–Love the bracelet with vintage watches and the whimsical books paired with tattered ribbons

  9. Jackie P Neal says:

    I absolutely love Kim Collister’s artwork!! And The photos of the spread by Marilyn Roane look so interesting- can’t wait to check out this issue!

    Pinned!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/135178426295381818/

  10. Jen E says:

    Pinned the Jewelry Affaire spread to my Creative Recycle and Upcycle board at:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/502151427186271476/

    Looks like a number of diverse techniques with other application possibilities!

  11. becky j says:

    Oh the Somerset Holiday looks enchanting! I am looking for some gift packaging eye-candy that could later go on the tree and the elf ornaments are so whimsical! Love it! :)

  12. Janice Long says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/326229566742392138/

    Love creative card ideas! Please send me Stampers’ Sampler! :-)

  13. Pam Brown says:

    My favorite in this group is the Somerset Life. I actually love them all but I have already purchased a couple of others. There are several projects in Somerset Life that I would like to make.

  14. Art Journaling…I can’t draw but my travel journals always remind me of places far flung. I’ve discovered, in this sixth decade of life, one doesn’t need to be able to draw to be an artist.

  15. Mary Cain says:

    As always, all the issues have amazing ideas, but Somerset Life is my favorite. I really like the art hangers, and would love to make some of my own.

  16. Patsy Tabbert says:

    That was a really difficult choice!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/100979216624669729/

  17. Kelly Paquet says:

    I like “Where Women Create BUSINESS” best. I like to learn about how others make their creative talents into businesses that sustains their lives. I’m especially interested in the artists, like Katie Daisy!

  18. Maeve says:

    Art Journaling is my favorite! Would love to have a copy of this magazine. I really enjoy so many of your publications.

  19. Sheila Wayne says:

    I chose “Haute Handbags” I love the variety of different bags individuals create.

  20. blanca says:

    I love the magazine where women create & have always wanted to subscribe to where women create business. These magazines are all so inspiring. Just reading about these creative women makes me want to create even more.

  21. Sue O. says:

    I would LOVE to have the new issue of Art Journaling. It looks like a great issue, full of interesting things.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  22. Catherine Strange says:

    I would love to have the Holiday magazine. I love making my own gifts and decorations.

  23. Lisa says:

    “A Somerset Holiday” …what’s this about advent calendars? I would love it.
    Pinned: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/301741243768783100/

  24. Sandra Webster says:

    I love the Where Women Create Business! I learn so much from the articles and garner inspiration reading how other women used their love to create a business.

  25. Linda Reitz says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/489836896954983733/ I would take any of them, you never know where inspiration from one of your magazines may cause a whole new line of art.

  26. Marie Austen says:

    Art Journaling is my fav… So much inspiration! Pinned here
    http://pin.it/919Fek8

  27. Diana Welte says:

    Pinned at this address

    http://pin.it/ply_1kU

  28. I like them all but Jewelry Affaire & Where Women Create are my top two!

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/556124253970053370/

  29. Debbie says:

    I love Art Journaling Magazine and can’t wait for the next issue! Pinned here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/444026844495477467/

  30. Jean Marshall says:

    Love Somerset Holiday issue. Especialy the long-legged dolls!!!

  31. Lynne Cross says:

    I intend to read all of them – but I’m longing to read Somerset Holiday. This year Christmas is going to be FABULOUS!

  32. Tonya Muller says:

    Love Jewelry Affaire. So many interesting projects.

  33. Ann says:

    I would love to read more of the issue Mingle. Those little bags look adorable and like great gift giving ideas. I shared here, https://www.pinterest.com/pin/63331938489744169/

  34. Carol b says:

    The Stampers Sampler has some creative projects.
    Carol b

  35. Kate Yetter says:

    http://pin.it/3tLrmTw. I love your art journaling publication!!

  36. Somerset Life..to help me get over the epizootics.

  37. Brooke says:

    The Jewelry Affaire spread appealed to me as I have accumulated several pieces of amethyst that I have wanted to make into jewelry and there was an article on that exact subject!

  38. Sharon Gullikson says:

    Jewelry Affair is my favorite. I need this issue:)

  39. Brian Poteraj says:

    Stampers Sampler looks like a good issue. I would love it

  40. Anna says:

    What a great idea! I pinned Art Journaling (because the notion still intimidates me).

    https://www.pinterest.com/abqawn/crafty-stuff/

  41. Missy says:

    Haute Handbags always gives me great ideas and techniques to add to my business, Carolina Wren Original, upcycled purses and tote bags.

  42. It seriously was so hard to choose but the Holiday edition always is GREAT~

  43. Kim says:

    I would love to read the latest issue of Where Women Create Business. I enjoy seeing how Katie Daisy shares her art with the world through her business. Like so many others, they inspire us so much!

  44. Debi Holmbo says:

    Jewelry Affaire Autumn 2016. I so want this issue!(I want all of them actually!)

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/47287864817477006/

  45. Barbara Milton says:

    I shared the new Where Women Create Business. I’m trying to start a business myself and this magazine could be very helpful. Thanks! http://pin.it/2qcI0ue

    Barbara

  46. Nikki Cassidy says:

    A Somerset Holiday issue has to be my favorite of all of your fantastic magazines!

  47. Lou Baker Downing says:

    I always look forward to your publications, but the Somerset Holiday is always my favorite.

  48. Jane Kite says:

    Love all your publications, especially Art Journal.

  49. Susan Viley says:

    I would pick the Somerset Holiday because I am always looking for great gift ideas that I can make personally special.
    Thanks for the chance!

  50. Where Women Create BUSINESS is so inspiring to me! It gets my vote!! I pinned it here…https://www.pinterest.com/pin/82964818115427390/
    So many great ideas for women in creative businesses.

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New October Issues

glimpse inside September Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new September issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1016 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

A Somerset Holiday

A Somerset Holiday

Formerly Somerset Holidays & Celebrations, our most festive title is getting a fresh new look. A Somerset Holiday: Easy Ideas for Gift-Giving & Decor puts a rustic-chic spin on the holidays by offering fun and simple ideas for handmade gifts.

Features Include:

  • Quick wrapping ideas
  • Creative ways to add semi-homemade touches
  • How to expertly personalize store-bought goods
  • Gift baskets and altered glass bulbs
  • Advent calendars and custom printable labels
  • Cherished family traditions and creative rituals that will warm your heart
  • Eye-catching infographics
  • Unique color palettes to infuse into your holiday decor
  • Clever ways to make the most of a single material, like Kraft paper and muslin
  • 10 Takes on Tags

This completely revamped edition has everything you need to make the season merry and bright. Come spend the holidays with us!

Art Journaling

Art Journaling Autumn 2016

In every 144-page issue of Art Journaling, artists open their journals and share creative techniques for capturing their emotions.

Inside our exciting Autumn 2016 Issue:

  • The simple to make handmade tag journal of Jenni Zmuda
  • Kim Collister perfects the look of fun and funky collage
  • Marilyn Roane creates an ode to the Far East
  • Leslie Wood brings Day of the Dead to life
  • Deborah Company fills her journal with custom carved patterns

Each journal is filled with innovative techniques that you’ll want to try in your own art journal, diary, travelogue, or memory keeping. Detailed photos and commentary will help you discover your journaling style, with hints and tricks for creating a stand-out page.

Jewelry Affaire

Jewelry Affaire Autumn 2016

Jewelry Affaire, magazine wants to show you that sometimes the simplest things can be the most elegant. Learn how to dress up and adorn any outfit with the stunning jewelry pieces found within our Autumn 2016 issue.

What’s Inside:

  • Gorgeous necklaces made from paper yarn
  • Keep on-trend with DIY chokers
  • Fake it: a faux mercury glass technique
  • Featured artist Pele Bowling
  • Give enamel plaques a new life
  • Cast in resin flower necklaces
  • Clay pendants perfect for bookworms

Haute Handbags

Haute Handbags Autumn 2016

From purses to clutches and backpacks to tote bags, find ideas for your next project inside Haute Handbags.
Bag by Mirjana Cesar

Inside our Autumn 2016 Issue:

  • Discover how to turn unexpected materials such as wood and books into your next handbag.
  • Take a page out of Paige Kline’s book with her beautifully patterned book clutches that allow you to showcase a piece of your favorite novel everywhere you go.
  • Alice Tokareva and Andrei Filippov take the basic clutch to the next level with their geometric and minimalist wooden clutch made from oak.
  • Dipa Suri shares her technique for creating lovely embroidered bags inspired by an autumnal Japanese haiku.

Mingle

Mingle Autumn 2016

Dive into this autumn issue of Mingle and discover an unlimited supply of holiday inspiration, highlighting special get-togethers such as a cookie swap, wine pairing party, outdoor Christmas tea, winter sleigh ride, and more. Tracy Carpenter gives a peek into her warm and cozy annual Christmas party, and Jenny Keller shares her fall ladies’ lunch. Maureen Walker throws a spectacular Holiday Preparation Party, while Sara De St. Jean hosts a Halloween Villains Ball. You won’t want to miss Sarah Brooks’ backyard fall campfire, Rachel McAffee’s witches’ tea party, and Valerie Painter’s hot cocoa and ice skating bash. Cuddle up with this new issue and jump into the holiday mood!

Somerset Life

Somerset Life Autumn 2016

Each 144-page issue of Somerset Life provides an abundance of inspiring ideas to infuse our daily lives with simple pleasures, art, romance, creativity, and beauty.

What’s inside this exciting issue:

  • Tons of tag inspiration
  • Quick and easy stitched gift bags
  • Creating keepsake baby booties
  • Fun and funky stamped hangers
  • Packaging inspiration for the holidays
  • Creative ways to use coloring book pages

The Stampers’ Sampler

The Stampers' Sampler Autumn 2016

The holidays are upon us and we couldn’t be more excited to get you in the spirit with our

Autumn 2016 Issue of The Stampers’ Sampler!

  • This issue’s Guest Artist is none other than Dina Wakley: author, teacher, mixed-media artist, art journaler, scrapbooker, and stamper! We can’t resist her stunning signature style.
  • It’s that time of year again … our Holiday Happenings Challenge results return and are as festive as ever.
  • You’re in luck! Our talented stampers share their creative Ladybug Template transformations.
  • Each of our 15 full-length, full-color articles include pages of eye-catching inspiration and tempting techniques.
  • You’ll love our brand-new Pitcher Template. We are always looking for templates, so don’t hesitate to pitch us your ideas.

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create BUSINESS Autumn 2016

Where Women Create BUSINESS is an invaluable guide for every woman business owner – from those just starting out to experienced artisans. Explore 144 pages of savvy business advice and inspiration for overcoming obstacles from women who share a passion for success.

Inside this must-read issue:

  • The beloved and inspirational paintings and products of Katie Daisy
  • Emma Chapman, of A Beautiful Mess, opens up The Golden Girl Rum Club
  • Katy Weade, chief marketing officer of online craft store Blitsy
  • Meg Shaw, owner of Lucky Vintage & Pretty Things
  • Veronica Hamlet, head designer and owner of Hamlet Interiors and Semikah Textiles

Enter Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

We’re giving away brand-new October issues to THREE lucky winners! Simply follow these steps to enter for your chance to win:

1) Click on your favorite spread above.

2) Pin or “Like” that particular issue.

3) If you pinned to Pinterest, share the link in the comments section below. If you “liked” on Facebook, tag us so we can see.

4) If you don’t have Facebook or Pinterest, please comment below and tell us which issue you find most appealing and why.

Winners will be randomly selected for our magazine giveaway and contacted via email. Contest is open to U.S. residents only, and ends 10/31/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Autumn ’16) issues only: Art Journaling, A Somerset Holiday, Mingle, Jewelry Affaire, Somerset Life, Where Women Create BUSINESS, and Haute Handbags. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 10/31/16.

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