Glimpse Inside New January Issues + Enter to Win Your Favorite!

Glimpse Inside New January Issues

glimpse inside December Issues discount code  Receive $5 off on new January issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0117 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio Jan/Feb 2017

The start of the New Year is the perfect time for reflection, self-improvement, and goal setting, and with this issue of Somerset Studio, we’re excited to unveil a fresh new design of our own! The inspiration inside this 144-page magazine will offer you a number of reasons to make a resolution to nurture your artistic self.

Inside Somerset Studio January/February 2017:

  • Read an Artist Profile on Janet Eskridge and learn how she tackles time management while living with ADHD.
  • Our new department, Down to the Details, allows artists to take a closer look at the details that make or break a piece of art.
  • How to make paper look like old, rusty metal
  • The basics of working with black gesso
  • The results of our All About Olive Challenge
  • Clever ways to use the artists papers that appear in each issue of Somerset Studio

 

Art Journaling

Art Journaling Winter 2017

Dive headfirst into the wonderful world of Art Journaling, and find new ways to express your artistry in 2017!

Inside Art Journaling Winter 2017:

  • Ana Campos transforms an old book with paint, hand stitching, and collage
  • The pretty and petite stitched scrap journal of Mary Walden
  • Ideas abound on the eclectic journal pages of Linda Meza

 

Belle Armoire

Belle Armoire Winter 2017

Whether you’re an art stamper, embroidery artist, custom jewelry designer, fabric painter or knitting and crocheting enthusiast, Belle Armoire® provides 144 pages of inspiration for creating fashions that are uniquely you.

Inside Belle Armoire Winter 2017:

  • Meet designer Sandra Hagen and examine her work that is full of old-world style beauty from a bygone era of glamour and elegance in this issue’s Designer Collection.
  • Learn how designer Katherine Soucie incorporates material normally destined for the waste bin into her clothing masterpieces.
  • Take a peek at artist Vilte Kazlauskaite’s stunning seasonal fairy costumes.
  • Discover the beautiful embroidered necklaces by artisan Pera Podrug Kraljić.
  • Witness the drama and splendor of Myriam Rohrer’s full-length gowns with intricate details.

 

Jewelry Affaire

Jewelry Affaire Winter 2017

Sometimes it is the simplest things that are the most elegant. Come join us in celebrating the beauty that can be found in easy-to-make jewelry in this 144-page issue of Jewelry Affaire Magazine.

Inside Jewelry Affaire Winter 2017:

  • Melissa Jackson transforms wool scraps into hearts to assemble hopelessly romantic pieces just in time for Valentine’s Day.
  • Toni Pullen gathers inspiration from the ways in which jewelry design is interpreted around the world to create rustic pieces formed with polymer clay, leather, sari ribbon, and waxed linen cord.
  • Vintage book pages are captured in resin to create Brooke Bock’s unique book bezels inspired by the vintage treasures she’s collected over the years.
  • Leftover denim scraps served as the starting point for Michelle Lichter’s unexpectedly elegant rose pendants formed with a metal infrastructure that allows each petal to be shaped.
  • Christie Schneider manipulated and played with hand-painted wool roving to create her eclectic yarn pieces as seen in this issue’s Feature Artist profile.
  • Old-fashioned Broadway singers and silent movie stars alike make their debut on Kandi Underwood’s multi-colored and bead-embroidered silk necklaces.

 

Mingle

Mingle Winter 2017

Grab a cup of coffee and a cozy blanket to snuggle up by the fire with the newest issue of Mingle. With page after page (144 to be precise!) of party tips and tricks, you’re bound to be inspired. You’ll be brainstorming your next gathering before you know it!

Inside Mingle Winter 2017:

  • Kathy Colby invites us to her garden party.
  • Tara Berger raises a glass at her wine tasting party.
  • Melanie Beilner throws an intimate Valentine’s winter picnic.
  • Tracy Carpenter hosts a Golden Books themed baby shower complete with swoon-worthy details.
  • Don’t miss Jamie Forsythe’s sweet berry farms, Andressa Hara’s under the stars celebration, and Harmony Goodson’s adorable date nights.

 

Prims

Prims Winter 2017

As we welcome the New Year, we also welcome a new issue of Prims! Many of the creations in this 144-page edition are made especially for the season, encompassing pieces to decorate for Valentine’s Day, Easter, and the coming of spring, but many of the primitive pieces are perfect to display year-round!

Inside Prims Winter 2017:

  • Full of wonderful and whimsical primitive dolls, you will find some of the sweetest little cinnamon-dusted and dyed creations you have ever seen.
  • Aiga Blowick shares a tutorial on how to make her adorable flying pygmy pigs.
  • Carrie Hawkins shows off her lovely pet primitives.
  • Char Hosea presents her Valentine’s Day heart pins.

 

Somerset Life

Somerset Life Winter 2017

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. This issue shines a spotlight on how to get artfully organized (perfect for a great start to the 2017 year!) by paying special attention to maintaining a creative planner that will motivate you to tackle life’s to-do lists and achieve some of your newly set goals.

Inside Somerset Life Winter 2017:

  • Hop on board the artful planning train and learn how different planners are used.
  • 3 different artists alter the same calendar
  • Easy ideas for updating your calendars using supplies you already have on hand.
  • Our readers share what they would pack in a suitcase for their perfect day.
  • Learn creative ways to store your planner supplies.
  • Create unique 3-D valentines in nontraditional colors
  • Striking tags to adorn your Valentine’s Day gifts with
  • Simple ways to show you care

 

The Stampers’ Sampler

The Stampers' Sampler Winter 2017

Kick off the New Year with the Winter 2017 Issue of The Stampers’ Sampler! As with every issue, there is a special Tempting Template pattern and free artist paper tucked inside to inspire your upcoming card making projects.

Inside this Issue:

  • Hop on our card-making merry-go-round with our Carousel Horse Template results.
  • This issue’s Guest Artist, Tammy Wilson, shares her charmingly coordinated collection full of special details, mixed styles, and layers of dimension.
  • Dive into more than 20 pages of challenge results featuring one of Stampington & Company’s most beloved themes: Shabby-Chic Romance.
  • Don’t miss our vast sampling of cards, providing pages upon pages of creative inspiration for every level of stamper!

 

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create BUSINESS Winter 2017

Where Women Create BUSINESS is an invaluable, 144-page guide for every woman business owner – from those just starting out to experienced artisans. Through advice columns and in-depth feature articles, this magazine offers a multitude of knowledge and inspiration to women with a passion for success.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • Lena Skvagerson, crochet artist and lead designer of Annie’s Signature Designs
  • Julie Cove, creator of The Alkaline Sisters website and author of “Eat Better, Live Better, Feel Better: Alkalize Your Life … One Delicious Recipe at a Time”
  • Alle Fister, founder of the fashion PR firm Bollare Communications
  • Lynn Konrad of French at Heart offers French-inspired antiques, decor, and handmade jewelry
  • Lisa Thomas, owner of Ooh! Events, a full-service event and wedding production company

 

Enter to Win Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

We’re giving away brand-new January 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 01/31/17 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’17) issues only: Art Journaling, Jewelry Affaire, Belle Armoire, Somerset Life, Where Women Create BUSINESS, Mingle, and Prims. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 01/31/17.

 

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122 Responses to “Glimpse Inside New January Issues + Enter to Win Your Favorite!”

  1. Cathy Choy says:

    Looking 4ward to reading Wings of a Butterfly in Somerset Studio

  2. ruth says:

    Somerset Studio never disappoints and clearly, this issue will continue the winning trend.

  3. Kathy S says:

    Must read eco-printing on silk, as well as embroidered necklaces, in Belle Armoire.

  4. J. Byers says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/561613016017880362/
    Oh yummm, on a snowy January afternoon “Somerset Life” has won my heart. I was captivated by the article: “Our readers share what they would pack in their suitcase for their perfect day!” I love that idea. Thanks for this opportunity to win, your issues are all so appealing.

  5. Madelyn B says:

    Looking forward to the new issue of Where Women Create Business, as I always find useful information I can apply to my own (very) small business.

  6. Sharon says:

    Love the Prims! I have recently become hooked on softies, plushies and prims of all kinds! Pinned to:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/288089707394003199/

  7. jean marmo says:

    Pinned Stampers Sampler. Love the inspiration!

  8. Karen G. says:

    I want all of them, but especially Jewelry Affaire!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/480055641515527154/

  9. Nancy Lefko says:

    Art Journaling is my favorite publication!

  10. I absolutely LOVE art journaling magazine!
    thank you for the chance to win an issue :)

    pinned!

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/349029039856981963/

  11. Somerset Life is my all time favorite…just bought the Jan issue and have already read it cover to cover!
    The eco silk printing looks fabulous…that’s my next favorite.

  12. M. Austen says:

    Art Journaling is my favourite!! I always pick it up when I see a new issue!

  13. Jackie says:

    The “how to get artfully organized” article is what I need to read in Somerset Life.

  14. Susan Schultheis says:

    Somerset Studio and Art Journaling are my two fave mags. I saved each to my Pinterest and FB sites, but not sure how to tag it back to you. Still learning. But here is my comment and thank you for this giveaway.

  15. Angela D says:

    Would love this issue of Prims. Always so cute.

  16. Sharon Bruner says:

    I adore art journals.Thank you for a chance at winning one of these magazines. I have a head full of ideas and enjoy reading about techniques and methods of putting art journals together. This is an inspiring magazine.

  17. Debbie says:

    here’s my pin :-)
    I’m a stamper so it’s a given my fav is Stampers Sampler
    thanks for chance to win!

  18. Ginny Markley says:

    Belle Armoire looks interesting. The article about eco printing on fabric has caught my interest.

  19. Kelly Paquet says:

    I like Women Create Business, and would really like to read about Lena Skvagerson, the crochet artist and her work!

  20. Kristin Freeman says:

    I posted to my pinterest studios: https://www.pinterest.com/birdingbesty/studios/
    I love this magazine

  21. Susan Klein says:

    The Stamper’s Sampler has always been one of my faves. I’ve been stamping (on virtually everything) for 20+ yrs. My hubby just renewed my subscription for Christmas, then also surprised me with a subscription to Art Journaling. (Gotta love that man!) I just started art journaling this past summer and fell immediately in love! Can’t wait for my first issue to arrive!

  22. Jean Marshall says:

    I usually find something charming in Prims. So that would be a treat for me.

  23. Patsy Tabbert says:

    Another awesome group of magazines! I really love the look of the Somerset Life issue and have pinned it a thttps://www.pinterest.com/pin/100979216625241868/

  24. Patsy Tabbert says:

    Well that didn’t work at planned. Here’s the link: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/100979216625241868/

  25. April Esterly says:

    Belle Armoire looks amazing this month!
    Pin here:https://www.pinterest.com/pin/533887730811065258/

  26. Victoria says:

    Belle Armoire looks fantastic, as always, from the divinely fantastic to the deliciously do-able.

    Pinned to http://www.pinterest.com/pin/300615343863005559/

  27. Jen E says:

    I pinned “Wings of a Butterfly” from Somerset Studio to my Mixed Media Minis board at:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/502151427187691450/
    There’s something in all these issues I would like to see, but the layers, colors, and textures of this one really speak to me.

  28. Marjorie says:

    Really like the look of “Somerset Life.” I’m all about organization and planning this year so it fits right in. Also the article about what to pack in your suitcase.

  29. Jackie P Neal says:

    I love each of the magazines but I have to say my favorite is Somerset Studio! I pinned it to my I Love This board
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/135178426295954026/

    Happy New Year everyone!!

  30. Kim Mineer says:

    Somerset Studio has been a long time FAVORITE of mine, for all of the mixed media articles, and love of all things Paper!

  31. blanca says:

    I’ve never had the opportunity to read where women create business magazine, but i’m obsessed with its sister magazine where women create. So i can’t wait to read both new issues.

  32. Tiffani says:

    This issue of Somerset Life sounds most tempting, Art Journaling is always tempting (but this issue of Somerset Life sounds great,too)!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/269441990187458015/

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    I love your magazines! I always by Where Women Create but am getting ready to start an art journal- I hope I am a winner!

  35. I love Art Journaling and pinned to my account Dee Spillane on Pinterest in my journal folder

  36. Laurie says:

    Mingle has become one of my favorites wonderful insliring ideas for small gatherings or large events

  37. Maya says:

    We, the Europeans, never get to enjoy the luxury of joining in a round of a free gift from you, but I am tremendously taken by all your editions so I will happily share across my media!

  38. Sheila Wayne says:

    I Pinned to My Art Journal Page Board. My want to create pages in my journal. Last year I started cleaning off my platter and I have now downgraded to a plate size of responsibilities and hopefully I will be able to use some of the ideas I have collected here.

  39. Julie says:

    I am looking forward to purchasing many of the magazines when I visit the US in march. I get so excited to see all of them at Barnes and NOble. I did post on FB and Pinterest as my two favorites are Art Journaling and Where Women Create. On occasion, I have also bought the Sampler and Belle Amoire. I have long been a fan. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  40. Sandra Webster says:

    I am so excited about the new Where Women Create Business! It is so inspiring to see how other women have handled turning their love into a business they love. Thank you for inspiring us all!

  41. Anne Lahr says:

    Your Art Journaling magazine is one of my favorites. I pinned this to my Art Journal board on Pinterest. I am teaching Art Journaling classes at the Finger Lakes Arts Council in Auburn, NY. I use to be able to buy it at our local A.C.moore but they have stopped selling magazines. What a bummer! I do see that we can order them on the Stampington site. I gave my sister the sewing one for a Christmas gift.
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/486036984770271768/

  42. Carla Hundley says:

    They all look lovely
    and I pinned at this
    address:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/52846995607765373/
    I like the Mingle cover.
    Carla from Utah

  43. Sharon Gullikson says:

    Prims is my favorite because the cakes look cool.

  44. Brian Poteraj says:

    The Stampers Sampler looks good as always.

  45. Jo West says:

    pinned … love the stampers sampler ….https://www.pinterest.com/pin/219269075587773019/

  46. Donna Davis says:

    Somerset Studio has become my new favorite magazine. A little bummed that you no longer publish Somerset Memories! Can you do a little memory keeping section in Somerset Studio? That would be awesome!!! https://www.pinterest.com/ddicorcia/craft/

  47. Tish Rowe says:

    What is there not to love about all the magazines. The ideas in the stampers sampler look exciting and can’t wait to get a copy.

  48. Sharlyn says:

    I like Jewelry Affaire because I am a glass bead artist and am always looking for inspiration for jewelry ideas. This magazine does it!

  49. Danne says:

    Soooo hard to choose from these fantabulous mags – but if I only choose one I’d have to go with Art Journaling. Shared on Facebook and pinned … Thanks!! <3
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/509188301606084338/

  50. Sandra H. says:

    Loved the little Irish horses in Prims!

  51. Deb Kaste says:

    I love ALL Stampington issues but Stampers Sampler is my all time favorite. Truly enjoy seeing what my friend Lynne Moncrieff has published. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

  52. Virginia says:

    Always drawn to this magazine. Can dream with it for hours.

  53. imelda says:

    Looking forward to the article featuring Ana Campos in the Art Journaling magazine!

  54. Shelley S. says:

    I would love to browse through the Art Journaling magazine.

  55. P Klaassen says:

    Belle Armoire looks so intriguing! I spend so much time sewing fashion for both children and myself, this would give me a totally new view of how to create! Sometimes we just need a little boost to open all sorts of possibilities!

  56. Kathleen Turnquist says:

    I like most of your magazines but would like the Sampler this time.

  57. Kathleen Turnquist says:

    Like most of your magazines but would like the Sampler this time.

  58. Deborah T says:

    Like the quirky designs from the Prims spread especially Beryl.

  59. Vicki says:

    Art Journaling looks like it has some inspiring ideas for the new year…

  60. Juli Maltagliati says:

    “Sommerset Life” is always, always yummy, an absolute confection!

  61. Where women create business, very motivating !!!

  62. Where women create business, very motivating !!!

    http://pin.it/mrr1tpG

  63. Terry G. says:

    As always, I loved all the issues! But to chose one, it would be Belle Armoire.

  64. Ellette says:

    My favorite always seems to be Somerset Life. Always wonderful ideas!

  65. Cathy Zubel says:

    I liked Jewelry Affair Cannot wait to check out the book bezels and a couple of the clay projects!!

  66. Brenda F-O says:

    I’d like to see SOMERSET LIFE because of the topic of organization.

  67. PUFF says:

    Jewelry Affaire looks very very intriguing as always. MUST HAVE MUST HAVE.

  68. Barbara M says:

    My favorite publication is Stampers’ Sampler. I enjoy seeing all of the ways in which stamps are used.

  69. Frances Souza says:

    I love all the magazines but because I’m forced to pick…..I’ll choose Stamper’s Sampler. I have got so many ideas from there, wheather it’s for gift giving, albums or journals.
    Thanks for this chance, even when I don’t win, it’s exciting!

  70. https://stampington.com/Where-Women-Create-BUSINESS-Winter-2017

    As a fledgling business, I am always inspired by the stories of how other craftspeople began their careers. I also like their quotes and words of wisdom.

  71. diane moser says:

    Somerset Studio is my favorite, but I find joy in all your art magazines! Hope Im lucky!

  72. Barbara says:

    I would love to get a good look at Somerset Life. I posted to Facebook.

  73. Audri H says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/80713018302450084/
    It’s Totally Inspiring to catch a glimpse of all the January issues! That’s my way to begin a new artistic year, especially my fave Somerset Studio!

  74. Sandra says:

    I would love Belle Armoire. I have been disabled for many years now and have to wear pants, so when I get the opportunity to get an issue of Belle Armoire, I pick it up. My grocery store quit carrying it…so not happy about that. Every time I leaf through the pages of Belle Armoire, I feel so alive, graceful, feminine, and young. It is like a new life when I flip through those pages. Thanks.

  75. Carole Kurth says:

    I LOVE the model journaling layout #1 from Art Journaling magazine! She reminds me of Twiggy! I’ve shared to my Facebook page: Carole Kurth

  76. Brandy says:

    Love the somerset studio layout with the mixed media artwork. I pinned on pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/pin/18225573472853529/

  77. Susan Vann says:

    Will always want the next issue of Stampers Sampler.
    Bring it to me! I clicked “like”. Thanks for the chance. Happy New Year.

  78. Val MacLeod says:

    Love the sample project from the Jan/Feb edition of Somerset Studio, so much texture X

  79. Dawn Mayo says:

    Just love Where Women Create Business, but a hard choice because I love so many of the publications
    Pinned here
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/130534089180528687/

  80. Vicky Grant says:

    Any one of these would be inspirational for me! I devour them. This time I have already purchased Sommerset Studio, Sommerset Gallery, Artist Cafe, and Where Women Create Business. So any of the others would be wonderful! Thank you,
    Vicky

  81. Vicky Grant says:

    Any one of these would be inspirational for me! I devour them. This time I have already purchased Sommerset Studio, Sommerset Gallery, Artist Cafe, and Where Women Create Business. So any of the others would be wonderful! Thank you,
    Vicky
    I clicked like on Facebook

  82. Bev H. says:

    I too love Where Women Create Business because I can learn from those who ‘are doing it”. I need organization tips and tools.

  83. Rosie Virok says:

    I enjoy all of your magazines, but since I recently opened a small booth in a local shoppe, I would enjoy reading Jewelry Affaire to get some unique ideas.

    Thanks

  84. Debra A Armstrong says:

    I love all your magazines but I want to make the nest of canvas birds in Prims.

  85. Anne Wright says:

    My favorite layout was the mixed media project from Somerset Studio. I thought the colors were very appealing, I love butterflies, and the project looked like something I’d like to try myself.

  86. Dawn Hill says:

    I pinned to my jewelry making board. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/97179304440070770/

    Love this mag! And many of your other publications, as well. I purchase through B&N because I really care that they continue having a storefront I can shop in. :D

    Thanks!

  87. Jeanette Jones says:

    My favorite magazine is Art Journaling Winter 2017. And it was hard to pick from all your beautifully creative issues. But the spread that captured me was Model Journaling by Heather Kindt. I absolutely love the style.

  88. Julie Monell says:

    Love these magazine..my favorite is Somerset Studio. I love the ideas and the insperation it gives me when I’m creating be it be my jewelry or my jewelry boards. Love love love!!!

  89. Ann L. says:

    My favorite is Stampers Sampler. Thanks for a chance to win.

  90. Karen Miles says:

    All of your magazines are a treat, but Mingle is my favorite. We celebrate everything at our home, and Mingle provides great inspiration! Thank you!

  91. Bonnie says:

    The Stamper’s Sampler is my all time favorite.

  92. Naomi S. says:

    I am really interested in art journaling. Hopefully this would get me started.

  93. Patti Johnson says:

    Always love The Stamper’s Sampler, for all the inspiration.

  94. Laura Bostick says:

    I am pleasantly reminded why I have always loved Somerset. Thank you for your wonderful, inspirational publications.

  95. Irene Kelly says:

    Thank you for bringing us so many wonderful publications with beautiful photos and clever ideas.I am a reader since the beginning and have recommended to many of my friends If I do not receive as a subscription I buy in my craft stores each month. I especially like Somerset Life and Somerset Home.

  96. Michele White says:

    I would LOVE love love to get my hands on the copy of Sommerset Studio to help me learn the kind of skills that Janet Eskridge uses to manage her time! There is just always so much to do!

    I pinned it to my Art Journaling board

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/39054721749337896/

  97. Rose says:

    Love perusing through Art Journaling, and enjoying other people’s art! Awesome giveaway, THANK YOU!!!

  98. CraftyHope says:

    What a great way to spread the Somerset love and beauty! I pinned the Jewelry Affaire issue. Looks gorgeous! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/152489137363653027/

  99. Karen says:

    Mingle looks like a wonderful, inspiring magazine full of party/gathering ideas. thanks for the chance to win.

  100. Jeanette Tuttle-Hamer says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/561331541040488616/
    I’m always debating starting a sewing business and this magazine captures my interest

  101. Shirley J. says:

    I pinned Somerset Studio here: https://www.pinterest.com/shirlspins/mixed-media-and-collage/. I would love more ideas for artists’ papers! Thanks for the chance.

  102. Kathy Meritt says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/91127592440924505/ Getting my space in order to run a business out of my home.

  103. MARTHAIA says:

    Pinned Jewelry Affaire !!! Beautiful detail piece with great wear on a many occasions.Wanna know & learn all the details.Thanks https://stampington.com/blog/2017/01/04/glimpse-inside-new-january-issues-enter-win-favorite/

  104. Great ideas and advice for starting my own business – inspiring

  105. Kelly Kramer says:

    Would love to have Jewelry Affaire. I just started getting into jewelry making and this issue would provide great inspiration to a beginner!

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Glimpse Inside New January Issues

glimpse inside December Issues discount code  Receive $5 off on new January issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0117 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio Jan/Feb 2017

The start of the New Year is the perfect time for reflection, self-improvement, and goal setting, and with this issue of Somerset Studio, we’re excited to unveil a fresh new design of our own! The inspiration inside this 144-page magazine will offer you a number of reasons to make a resolution to nurture your artistic self.

Inside Somerset Studio January/February 2017:

  • Read an Artist Profile on Janet Eskridge and learn how she tackles time management while living with ADHD.
  • Our new department, Down to the Details, allows artists to take a closer look at the details that make or break a piece of art.
  • How to make paper look like old, rusty metal
  • The basics of working with black gesso
  • The results of our All About Olive Challenge
  • Clever ways to use the artists papers that appear in each issue of Somerset Studio

 

Art Journaling

Art Journaling Winter 2017

Dive headfirst into the wonderful world of Art Journaling, and find new ways to express your artistry in 2017!

Inside Art Journaling Winter 2017:

  • Ana Campos transforms an old book with paint, hand stitching, and collage
  • The pretty and petite stitched scrap journal of Mary Walden
  • Ideas abound on the eclectic journal pages of Linda Meza

 

Belle Armoire

Belle Armoire Winter 2017

Whether you’re an art stamper, embroidery artist, custom jewelry designer, fabric painter or knitting and crocheting enthusiast, Belle Armoire® provides 144 pages of inspiration for creating fashions that are uniquely you.

Inside Belle Armoire Winter 2017:

  • Meet designer Sandra Hagen and examine her work that is full of old-world style beauty from a bygone era of glamour and elegance in this issue’s Designer Collection.
  • Learn how designer Katherine Soucie incorporates material normally destined for the waste bin into her clothing masterpieces.
  • Take a peek at artist Vilte Kazlauskaite’s stunning seasonal fairy costumes.
  • Discover the beautiful embroidered necklaces by artisan Pera Podrug Kraljić.
  • Witness the drama and splendor of Myriam Rohrer’s full-length gowns with intricate details.

 

Jewelry Affaire

Jewelry Affaire Winter 2017

Sometimes it is the simplest things that are the most elegant. Come join us in celebrating the beauty that can be found in easy-to-make jewelry in this 144-page issue of Jewelry Affaire Magazine.

Inside Jewelry Affaire Winter 2017:

  • Melissa Jackson transforms wool scraps into hearts to assemble hopelessly romantic pieces just in time for Valentine’s Day.
  • Toni Pullen gathers inspiration from the ways in which jewelry design is interpreted around the world to create rustic pieces formed with polymer clay, leather, sari ribbon, and waxed linen cord.
  • Vintage book pages are captured in resin to create Brooke Bock’s unique book bezels inspired by the vintage treasures she’s collected over the years.
  • Leftover denim scraps served as the starting point for Michelle Lichter’s unexpectedly elegant rose pendants formed with a metal infrastructure that allows each petal to be shaped.
  • Christie Schneider manipulated and played with hand-painted wool roving to create her eclectic yarn pieces as seen in this issue’s Feature Artist profile.
  • Old-fashioned Broadway singers and silent movie stars alike make their debut on Kandi Underwood’s multi-colored and bead-embroidered silk necklaces.

 

Mingle

Mingle Winter 2017

Grab a cup of coffee and a cozy blanket to snuggle up by the fire with the newest issue of Mingle. With page after page (144 to be precise!) of party tips and tricks, you’re bound to be inspired. You’ll be brainstorming your next gathering before you know it!

Inside Mingle Winter 2017:

  • Kathy Colby invites us to her garden party.
  • Tara Berger raises a glass at her wine tasting party.
  • Melanie Beilner throws an intimate Valentine’s winter picnic.
  • Tracy Carpenter hosts a Golden Books themed baby shower complete with swoon-worthy details.
  • Don’t miss Jamie Forsythe’s sweet berry farms, Andressa Hara’s under the stars celebration, and Harmony Goodson’s adorable date nights.

 

Prims

Prims Winter 2017

As we welcome the New Year, we also welcome a new issue of Prims! Many of the creations in this 144-page edition are made especially for the season, encompassing pieces to decorate for Valentine’s Day, Easter, and the coming of spring, but many of the primitive pieces are perfect to display year-round!

Inside Prims Winter 2017:

  • Full of wonderful and whimsical primitive dolls, you will find some of the sweetest little cinnamon-dusted and dyed creations you have ever seen.
  • Aiga Blowick shares a tutorial on how to make her adorable flying pygmy pigs.
  • Carrie Hawkins shows off her lovely pet primitives.
  • Char Hosea presents her Valentine’s Day heart pins.

 

Somerset Life

Somerset Life Winter 2017

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. This issue shines a spotlight on how to get artfully organized (perfect for a great start to the 2017 year!) by paying special attention to maintaining a creative planner that will motivate you to tackle life’s to-do lists and achieve some of your newly set goals.

Inside Somerset Life Winter 2017:

  • Hop on board the artful planning train and learn how different planners are used.
  • 3 different artists alter the same calendar
  • Easy ideas for updating your calendars using supplies you already have on hand.
  • Our readers share what they would pack in a suitcase for their perfect day.
  • Learn creative ways to store your planner supplies.
  • Create unique 3-D valentines in nontraditional colors
  • Striking tags to adorn your Valentine’s Day gifts with
  • Simple ways to show you care

 

The Stampers’ Sampler

The Stampers' Sampler Winter 2017

Kick off the New Year with the Winter 2017 Issue of The Stampers’ Sampler! As with every issue, there is a special Tempting Template pattern and free artist paper tucked inside to inspire your upcoming card making projects.

Inside this Issue:

  • Hop on our card-making merry-go-round with our Carousel Horse Template results.
  • This issue’s Guest Artist, Tammy Wilson, shares her charmingly coordinated collection full of special details, mixed styles, and layers of dimension.
  • Dive into more than 20 pages of challenge results featuring one of Stampington & Company’s most beloved themes: Shabby-Chic Romance.
  • Don’t miss our vast sampling of cards, providing pages upon pages of creative inspiration for every level of stamper!

 

Where Women Create BUSINESS

Where Women Create BUSINESS Winter 2017

Where Women Create BUSINESS is an invaluable, 144-page guide for every woman business owner – from those just starting out to experienced artisans. Through advice columns and in-depth feature articles, this magazine offers a multitude of knowledge and inspiration to women with a passion for success.

Inside the Winter 2017 Issue:

  • Lena Skvagerson, crochet artist and lead designer of Annie’s Signature Designs
  • Julie Cove, creator of The Alkaline Sisters website and author of “Eat Better, Live Better, Feel Better: Alkalize Your Life … One Delicious Recipe at a Time”
  • Alle Fister, founder of the fashion PR firm Bollare Communications
  • Lynn Konrad of French at Heart offers French-inspired antiques, decor, and handmade jewelry
  • Lisa Thomas, owner of Ooh! Events, a full-service event and wedding production company

 

Enter to Win Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

We’re giving away brand-new January 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 01/31/17 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Winter ’17) issues only: Art Journaling, Jewelry Affaire, Belle Armoire, Somerset Life, Where Women Create BUSINESS, Mingle, and Prims. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 01/31/17.

 

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