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

New November Issues

glimpse inside September Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new November issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1116 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

 

Willow and Sage

Willow and Sage Winter 2017

With life rushing at breakneck speed all around us, it’s important to hit pause occasionally in order to give yourself some much-deserved TLC. Whether it’s a soothing bath at the end of a long day, a refreshing “perk up the senses” morning routine, or weekend spa indulgence, Willow and Sage shares simple recipes, uses, and creative ideas that will encourage you to indulge your mind and body.

Now that gift-giving season is upon us, let Willow and Sage be your guide for unique, handmade presents. But, don’t forget about yourself! In this 144-page issue, there is plenty to offer by way of natural remedies for bath and body products that will keep you relaxed, refreshed, and glowing from the inside out.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • 3 easy bath detoxes
  • All-natural makeup palette
  • A collection of peppermint products
  • More than 20 recipes perfect for gift-giving
  • Sugary sweet bath fizzies
  • The ins and outs of using different oils in your beauty routine
  • Packaging ideas for the holiday season

 

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio Nov/Dec 2016

With 144 pages devoted to the latest innovations, information, and inspiration for paper crafting and mixed-media, Somerset Studio has long been one of the most trusted resources for creatives. Artists from all over the world share unique tips, project ideas, and how to excel with a variety of mediums. Every issue also has four free artist papers tucked inside.

What’s Inside the November/December Issue:

  • Artist Profile: Jodi Ohl
  • Bright & funky mixed-media gift tags
  • Classic winged heart ornaments to hang on your tree
  • Handmade gifts perfect for your artist friends
  • Edgy table toppers for your holiday parties
  • Exploring encaustics
  • An inside look at Artist Nichole Rae’s studio (she likes to be called “Artist Nichole Rae”)

Altered Couture

Altered Couture Winter 2017

If you’re an accessorizing maven who loves to work with paints, dyes, or fabric, Altered Couture is the perfect magazine for you! Filled with 144 pages of wearable art inspiration and tips for how to turn forgotten pieces of your wardrobe into eye-catching creations, you’ll love gathering ideas for upcycling your attire.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • DIY pizza embroidery shoes by Daria Patrunjel
  • Discover flowing tops constructed from two different shirts by Cathy Pantano of Glass Etc.
  • Dip-Dyed cardigan with sashiko patches by Sophie Kanter
  • Indigo-dyed dress by Sophie Kanter
  • Cynthia Anderson shows us a dress inspired by “Downton Abbey.”
  • Sharon Lee Louk’s cozy crochet sweater.
  • Emily Smith’s office appropriate pencil skirt.
  • Felted wool rose cashmere sweater and hat by Renee Sedoo

 

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly Winter 2017

Just like Santa’s sack, the winter issue of Art Doll Quarterly is chockfull of wonderful things! Beautiful dolls that include charming Santas, elves, snowmen, angels, and more grace our pages to help inspire you for the festive season ahead.

The winners of our Mythological Doll challenge are revealed with some amazing dolls that include a werewolf, a sea maiden, a dragon, The Wulver, The Phoenix, Medusa, and other spectacular characters.

Talented Kina Crow is our profiled doll artist. Kina creates thoughtful, whimsical artwork that will delight you. She says that her works are an illustrated exploration of the magic that she finds in being alive and being human. You’ll be inspired by her fun creations.

We present Part 1 of a fun article that features The Merry Widows Saga. Adele Sciortino and Deb Wood collaborate to bring you this wonderfully unique group of figures that includes a tale of romance and intrigue including beautifully sculpted dolls in magnificent costumes.

Barbara Campbell shares a look at what figurative art and automata artists Chomick & Meder have been up to lately, Jack Johnston introduces the beautiful work of Gayle Wray, Tanya Marriott presents some of her most engaging mythological creatures and her process behind them, and much more.

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging Winter 2017

Artful Blogging provides 144 pages of inspiration to help you uncover a wealth of beautiful ideas for your blog. From How to Take Great Photos of Your Art to Blogging Etiquette and so much more, this go-to resource will encourage you to shine a spotlight on your own moments of self-discovery, daily adventures, and more.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • Meet Kayla Haupt and explore the Haupt Family’s lifestyle blog at underatinroof.com/blog.
  • Experience the professional skill of photographers Ewelina & Darek at kantyphotographers.pl.
  • Discover Chelsea Bollnoefer’s stunning portraits at chelsealanephotography.com/blog.
  • Meet blogger Hannah Zelazny of withoutroots.co.
  • See the artist endeavors of Anne Butera at mygiantstrawberry.blogspot.com.
  • Peek into Mandy Saile’s world of bunnies and coloring pages at bijouswhimsy.blogspot.com.

 

GreenCraft Magazine

GreenCraft Winter 2017

As the winter months descend upon us, another holiday issue of GreenCraft Magazine is hitting the newsstands!

In this issue:

  • Cheryl Miller shares many ways to use vintage photos, from making tiny matchbook keepsake boxes or incorporating the photos into card making.
  • Ella Wilson shows how to make some beautiful fabric bags from thrifted fabrics.
  • A couple of articles center on making Christmas ornaments from recycled materials.
  • Melinda Barnett’s incredible bracelets made from milk cartons.
  • Green Profile feature Ashlee Park, a talented artists who is all about vintage appeal!

 

Where Women Create

Where Women Create Winter 2017

In Where Women Create, you’ll get to step inside the beautiful spaces of today’s most extraordinary women. From eye-catching photographs and unique storage solutions, to artistic decor and stories told in their very own words, each issue offers 160 pages of entertainment and inspiration.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • The Colorado cabin that functions as Jill Mackay’s home and jewelry-making studio
  • Lydia Nelson shares her serene upstairs sewing space
  • The in-home art studio of Pam Keravuori is bursting with art supplies and lovely storage ideas
  • The charming and rustic ceramics studio of Lisa Neimeth
  • The colorful and contemporary workspace of stationery designer Erin Condren
  • Mixed-media artist Rae Missigman’s space is as intriguing as her beautiful artwork

 

Enter Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

We’re giving away brand-new November 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 11/30/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’17) issues only: Altered Couture, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Where Women Create, and Willow and Sage. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 11/30/16.

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

  1. Carla Hundley says:

    Wonderful magazines
    and I love this one
    I pinned here:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/52846995607387772/
    Carla from Utah

  2. Carla Hundley says:

    Liked on FB.
    Carla from Utah

  3. Sarah Anglin says:

    I find Art Doll Quarterly W 2017 the most appealing, the whimsical colors depicted draw me in and I have been wanting to dabble in the art of making dolls for some time.

    I posted on Facebook and Pinterest but can’t figure out how to tag you FB or find the appropriate link on Pinterest.

  4. Ellette says:

    I love ‘Where Women Create”. So fun to see studios and workspaces and how they are organized.

  5. Cathy says:

    I pinned to Pinterest but not sure how to show the link here. Sorry. I pinned Green Craft magazine. Thanks.

  6. Diane Burrell says:

    I love Stampington magazines, and this one in particular. I’m looking forward to the Christmas crafts.

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/409898003569479355/

  7. I pinned the Sumerset Studio to Pinterest…Christmas Ideas.

  8. Tina zappone says:

    Somerset studio. Those adorned petals are gorgeous!

  9. Nan says:

    My favorite is Where Women Create. Love the butterfly wall in one studio. Best of all, the article on the Llano Earth Fest. It gives me the inspiration to create our own local fest here in Minooka, IL one of these days. Much gratitude for all you publish!

  10. blanca says:

    My favorite stampington & Co. magazine is Where Women Create. It is such an incredible magazine with pages & pages filled with inspiration. Any chance to get a copy is always exciting.

  11. peg surber says:

    i love all the magazines, but i think mine real favorite is willow and sage.

  12. Susan McMenamin says:

    I love seeing all of the creative upcycled projects in the Green Craft magazine!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/56365432816613112/

  13. Dawn Mayo says:

    My favorite is Where Women Create, but I do love them all, it’s always a hard pick at the book store every month when they all come out.
    I pinned here

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/130534089180105206/

  14. Yvette C says:

    Art Doll Quarterly.
    I love how beautiful and creative the various dolls are.

  15. Skye G says:

    Stampington magazines are my favorite. I have been inspired by them for many years. This milk cartoon bracelet looks fun to make.
    http://pin.it/PzXwVuR

  16. Donna says:

    Love Where women create, inspiring pictures and story of all the women, I even like the texture of the mag. itself

  17. Sue says:

    I feel so inspired by the ideas I see in Green Craft magazine! I can’t wait to try some of the projects! http://pin.it/h64cLyD

  18. Ann says:

    I love several of your publications. These all look great. I just picked up your new winter issue of Willow and Sage tonight at one of my local stores, and can’t wait to dive into it. I would love to see and read more of Somerset Studio. I pinned it here, https://www.pinterest.com/pin/63331938489948841/

  19. Kim McM says:

    Thank you for the inspiration you delivered to my inbox this morning. and thank you for the chance to win one of your lovely magazines. It was hard to pick a favorite! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/106890191137072835/

  20. Michele says:

    Where Women Create looks fabulous! Just moved into a new house, and have the opportunity to set up, for the first time, a studio space of my own! Your beautiful and inspiring magazine will spark some creative options for this special, creative space.

  21. Tisa Hosford says:

    Am ALWAYS inspired by GREENCRAFT magazine–it helps me to think ‘outside the box’—oh, wait, WHAT box? :) https://www.pinterest.com/pin/494973815279508335/

  22. becky j says:

    oh they all look scrumptious,but the Green Craft jumped at me with that charming bracelet-thanks for the giveaway…here’s hoping :)

  23. Sharon says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/288089707393664123/

    Love them all! But since I am looking for studio inspiration, Where Women Create goes to the top of the list. This magazine is always good for a creative spark!

  24. saleemah says:

    I really loved the “My Selfie Dolls” spread because it the photo is gorgeous and it piqued my interest to want to know more about the dolls, their creation, detail, etc. Amazing!!

  25. Debra A Armstrong says:

    Love all your magazines, but I don’t have Altered Couture yet.

  26. Fonda Rush says:

    Somerset Studio is the one for me. I love to make things, and I can always find inspiration in this magazine. I haven’t been able to buy one for quite awhile, as the store is so far away and the price is so high (can’t use a coupon for it). Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  27. Kathy S says:

    Where Women create is always inspiring. Particularly the jewelry-making studio organization in the issue.

  28. D.Ann C says:

    I’m really liking the spread from Altered Couture! I’m hoping it has hints on making the paintings washer friendly. I have a pretty shirt I want to paint for my mom and a couple of other projects, including a canvas bag that I’d like to gussy up like that.
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/241294492516137789/

  29. Tamala Stewart says:

    I pinned several because it’s so hard decide which I like the most! Plus, I’m placing another order for a new magazine. thank you for continuing to inspire us Somerset!!
    xoxox Tamala
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/23573598029731196/
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/23573598029731191/
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/23573598029731190/

  30. Nancy A. says:

    Love, love, love the mixed media projects in Somerset Studios Nov/Dec issue.

  31. Jamie D. says:

    Would love a copy of Artful Blogging!

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/78320481000655505/

  32. Pdggy Lee says:

    Where Women Create looks lovely! I would choose that one!

  33. Roberta says:

    Love that milk carton bracelet!

  34. Linda Reitz says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/489836896955530794/ lovely leaf tags – this is the one for me!

  35. Linda Reitz says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/489836896955530868/ this one would be a great gift for my BJD loving daughter

  36. Artful Blogging looks interesting to me. I am looking for inspiration that I can use to increase the following to my blog.

  37. Ann L. says:

    Somerset Studio.

    The adorned leaves are beautiful and have so many different uses that can be adapted to all holidays and color schemes.

  38. I thought you’d like this Pin on Pinterest… http://pin.it/G2DQqCV

  39. http://pin.it/NhrIbEV
    I thought you’d like this Pin on Pinterest…

  40. Sharon gullikson says:

    Green craft is my favorite. It makes me want to make a bracelet

  41. I have always loved Green Craft Magazine.

  42. Eden says:

    I have always loved the Art Doll Quarterly. Not only do you write about the dolls but you give us a glimpse into the artist. So inspiring.

  43. Erin Piehl says:

    I love the Somerset Studio issue the best because I love paper crafts…die cutting, stamping, inking, mixed media, collage, found object art and anything creative or messy fun!

  44. ruth says:

    I adore Green Craft – every issue! It’s such a joy to create beautiful objects from such simple and otherwise disposable things. It makes you look at everything differently. I frequent a nearby business that takes manufacturing discards and resells them to people with imagination. It’s like Christmas every time I go there.

  45. Debbie Hight says:

    Definitely Green Craft…it’s just my style :-)
    https://www.pinterest.com/debhight/somerset-life/

  46. Doreen Hill says:

    Your magazines are collectibles, especially Green Craft. I pinned it here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/275704808419234035/

  47. Sherry says:

    shared on facebook, but I don’t know if I tagged it right.
    Artfull Blogging is my go to for writing and photography inspiration.

  48. Liz in RVA says:

    Love the Willow and Sage issues. Such beautiful ideas!

  49. jan b. says:

    Somerset Studio remains one of my favorite publications since I found it so many years ago.
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/415879346825186212/

  50. Sonja C says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/469429961143836965/
    LOVE Willow & Sage because I love the pampering aspect of the products – so inspiring!

  51. Carol b says:

    Somerset Studio has always inspired me, especially during Christmas but I do love Altered Couture for the edgy wearables. Lately, I’ve been looking for ideas for clothing and accessories, so I’ll go with the newest issue of Altered Couture.
    Carol b

  52. MARTHAIA says:

    So hard to pick one really like all above but will go with the Altered Couture .A C gives you so many different designs to alter your ward robe to make it your own fun style ..So Me…Thanks

  53. Janet Taylor says:

    It is amazing how Somerset Studio comes up with so much variety in mixed media, it leaves you inspired and enlightened which each issue! So, I would pick November,2016 Somerset Studio.

  54. PUFF says:

    Somerset Studio is the one for me. The colors and layout just catch your eye and draw you in.

  55. Liz in RVA says:

    Somerset offers something for everyone, whatever craft you like to do. A very versatile magazine.

  56. Jen E says:

    I pinned Green Crafts this time:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/502151427187194025/
    to my DIY board, because I found the milk carton bracelet article interesting but would also like to check out the vintage photo and handcrafted bag ideas.

  57. Brenda Freitas-Obregon says:

    Somerset Studio is always an inspiration!

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New November Issues

glimpse inside September Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new November issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG1116 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

 

Willow and Sage

Willow and Sage Winter 2017

With life rushing at breakneck speed all around us, it’s important to hit pause occasionally in order to give yourself some much-deserved TLC. Whether it’s a soothing bath at the end of a long day, a refreshing “perk up the senses” morning routine, or weekend spa indulgence, Willow and Sage shares simple recipes, uses, and creative ideas that will encourage you to indulge your mind and body.

Now that gift-giving season is upon us, let Willow and Sage be your guide for unique, handmade presents. But, don’t forget about yourself! In this 144-page issue, there is plenty to offer by way of natural remedies for bath and body products that will keep you relaxed, refreshed, and glowing from the inside out.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • 3 easy bath detoxes
  • All-natural makeup palette
  • A collection of peppermint products
  • More than 20 recipes perfect for gift-giving
  • Sugary sweet bath fizzies
  • The ins and outs of using different oils in your beauty routine
  • Packaging ideas for the holiday season

 

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio Nov/Dec 2016

With 144 pages devoted to the latest innovations, information, and inspiration for paper crafting and mixed-media, Somerset Studio has long been one of the most trusted resources for creatives. Artists from all over the world share unique tips, project ideas, and how to excel with a variety of mediums. Every issue also has four free artist papers tucked inside.

What’s Inside the November/December Issue:

  • Artist Profile: Jodi Ohl
  • Bright & funky mixed-media gift tags
  • Classic winged heart ornaments to hang on your tree
  • Handmade gifts perfect for your artist friends
  • Edgy table toppers for your holiday parties
  • Exploring encaustics
  • An inside look at Artist Nichole Rae’s studio (she likes to be called “Artist Nichole Rae”)

Altered Couture

Altered Couture Winter 2017

If you’re an accessorizing maven who loves to work with paints, dyes, or fabric, Altered Couture is the perfect magazine for you! Filled with 144 pages of wearable art inspiration and tips for how to turn forgotten pieces of your wardrobe into eye-catching creations, you’ll love gathering ideas for upcycling your attire.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • DIY pizza embroidery shoes by Daria Patrunjel
  • Discover flowing tops constructed from two different shirts by Cathy Pantano of Glass Etc.
  • Dip-Dyed cardigan with sashiko patches by Sophie Kanter
  • Indigo-dyed dress by Sophie Kanter
  • Cynthia Anderson shows us a dress inspired by “Downton Abbey.”
  • Sharon Lee Louk’s cozy crochet sweater.
  • Emily Smith’s office appropriate pencil skirt.
  • Felted wool rose cashmere sweater and hat by Renee Sedoo

 

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly Winter 2017

Just like Santa’s sack, the winter issue of Art Doll Quarterly is chockfull of wonderful things! Beautiful dolls that include charming Santas, elves, snowmen, angels, and more grace our pages to help inspire you for the festive season ahead.

The winners of our Mythological Doll challenge are revealed with some amazing dolls that include a werewolf, a sea maiden, a dragon, The Wulver, The Phoenix, Medusa, and other spectacular characters.

Talented Kina Crow is our profiled doll artist. Kina creates thoughtful, whimsical artwork that will delight you. She says that her works are an illustrated exploration of the magic that she finds in being alive and being human. You’ll be inspired by her fun creations.

We present Part 1 of a fun article that features The Merry Widows Saga. Adele Sciortino and Deb Wood collaborate to bring you this wonderfully unique group of figures that includes a tale of romance and intrigue including beautifully sculpted dolls in magnificent costumes.

Barbara Campbell shares a look at what figurative art and automata artists Chomick & Meder have been up to lately, Jack Johnston introduces the beautiful work of Gayle Wray, Tanya Marriott presents some of her most engaging mythological creatures and her process behind them, and much more.

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging Winter 2017

Artful Blogging provides 144 pages of inspiration to help you uncover a wealth of beautiful ideas for your blog. From How to Take Great Photos of Your Art to Blogging Etiquette and so much more, this go-to resource will encourage you to shine a spotlight on your own moments of self-discovery, daily adventures, and more.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • Meet Kayla Haupt and explore the Haupt Family’s lifestyle blog at underatinroof.com/blog.
  • Experience the professional skill of photographers Ewelina & Darek at kantyphotographers.pl.
  • Discover Chelsea Bollnoefer’s stunning portraits at chelsealanephotography.com/blog.
  • Meet blogger Hannah Zelazny of withoutroots.co.
  • See the artist endeavors of Anne Butera at mygiantstrawberry.blogspot.com.
  • Peek into Mandy Saile’s world of bunnies and coloring pages at bijouswhimsy.blogspot.com.

 

GreenCraft Magazine

GreenCraft Winter 2017

As the winter months descend upon us, another holiday issue of GreenCraft Magazine is hitting the newsstands!

In this issue:

  • Cheryl Miller shares many ways to use vintage photos, from making tiny matchbook keepsake boxes or incorporating the photos into card making.
  • Ella Wilson shows how to make some beautiful fabric bags from thrifted fabrics.
  • A couple of articles center on making Christmas ornaments from recycled materials.
  • Melinda Barnett’s incredible bracelets made from milk cartons.
  • Green Profile feature Ashlee Park, a talented artists who is all about vintage appeal!

 

Where Women Create

Where Women Create Winter 2017

In Where Women Create, you’ll get to step inside the beautiful spaces of today’s most extraordinary women. From eye-catching photographs and unique storage solutions, to artistic decor and stories told in their very own words, each issue offers 160 pages of entertainment and inspiration.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • The Colorado cabin that functions as Jill Mackay’s home and jewelry-making studio
  • Lydia Nelson shares her serene upstairs sewing space
  • The in-home art studio of Pam Keravuori is bursting with art supplies and lovely storage ideas
  • The charming and rustic ceramics studio of Lisa Neimeth
  • The colorful and contemporary workspace of stationery designer Erin Condren
  • Mixed-media artist Rae Missigman’s space is as intriguing as her beautiful artwork

 

Enter Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

We’re giving away brand-new November 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 11/30/16 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’17) issues only: Altered Couture, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Where Women Create, and Willow and Sage. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 11/30/16.

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