Glimpse Inside: New February Issues + Exclusive Coupon + Giveaway!

New February Issues

glimpse inside December Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new February issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0217 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Willow and Sage

Willow and Sage Spring 2017

This spring, reveal your most radiant self by infusing natural, homemade recipes into your bath and body routineWillow and Sage Magazine features 144 pages of creative ideas for perking up your senses. This issue shines a spotlight on many beneficial ingredients for you to try, so you can satiate your skin and everything in-between.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Our 10 favorite ways to use coconut oil
  • Pamper yourself with luxurious bath bombs
  • Soothe your skin with homemade burn balm
  • Simple ways to adopt an all-natural lifestyle
  • Get the lowdown on activated charcoal
  • Learn how to naturally add color to your soap
  • The basics of eco-dyeing

Altered Couture

Altered Couture Spring 2017

Altered Couture is a 144-page publication dedicated to altered and embellished clothing and accessories. It is filled with gorgeous photographs of handmade and upcycled project ideas accompanied by easy-to-understand techniques for endless inspiration.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Meet Amy Nicole, sewing blogger and designer of upcycled fashion
  • Funky festival bibs by Paula Sloan
  • Sharon Lee Louk’s boho wedding dress
  • Vintage linen & lace trimmed tops by Sandra Oliveira
  • Susan Massey transforms silky scarves into upcycled masterpieces
  • Rianna Humble’s cozy knit dress
  • Retro patchwork overalls dress by Nora Giglio

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly Spring 2017

This full-color, 128-page publication is dedicated to art dolls and sculptural figures made from cloth, polymer clay, Creative Paperclay®, wire armatures, mixed-media, and much more. In each issue, you will find creative challenges, doll-artist profiles, convention listings and reviews, book and video reviews, and a 35-page gallery of art dolls made by our readers.

The spring issue of Art Doll Quarterly is bursting with amazing dolls and informative articles!

What’s Inside:

  • Adele Sciortino and Deb Wood present Part 2 of The Merry Widows saga
  • Christine Snively offers her pin cushion doll along with a free pattern
  • Leslie Molen presents her moth doll series
  • Meet a very large dragon named Smaug by Margret-Ann Miller
  • Sculptor and filmmaker Steve Ferrera gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the multimedia production of a children’s book involving puppets and handcrafted sets in collaboration with puppet fabricator Koji Nagao
  • The results of our Occupations Challenge
  • A Doll Artist Profile on the talented Donna May Robinson

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging Spring 2017

This 144-page publication is filled with artistic endeavors, moments of self-discovery, tales of friendships, and much more. Get even more tips on Blogging Etiquette, How to Take Great Photos of Your Art, Blogger’s Must-Haves, and How to Get Started on your own blog! Whether you plan to blog or just enjoy the sights, find bountiful inspiration inside every issue of Artful Blogging.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Discover the cooking style of Stacy Blair at 27thandolive.com.
  • Peek inside Annie Anderson’s stunning home at zevyjoy.com.
  • Seek the quirky, bright, full-of-fun style of Micaela Hoo at ohmydrifter.com.
  • Step into Lyndsey Eden’s culinary world at lyndseyeden.com.
  • Meet Kathy Pardell and explore her romantic photography at kpardell.com.
  • Experience the photography talents of Denise Love of 2lilowls.com.

GreenCraft Magazine

GreenCraft Magazine Spring 2017

GreenCraft Magazine provides 144 pages with innovative ideas for upcycling trash into treasures. You are in store for a very chic issue of the most popular magazine in its genre this spring — GreenCraft Magazine hits stands with new projects in the Somerset style!

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • L. Katherine Roberts creates a stunning bath and body kit in a very green way.
  • Julia Schneider makes edgy bracelets using belt loops from old jeans.
  • Learn how to turn vintage quilts into adorable chicky sachets filled with aromatic lavender.
  • Crystal magic is a powerful trend Brooke Bock shares a tutorial in making her beautiful, purple-hued geode and spoon necklaces.

Somerset Home

Somerset Home Spring 2017

Somerset Home magazine exemplifies creative living and showcases hundreds of tips, techniques, and charming accents designed to enlighten, organize, and beautify any dwelling place.

Spring is best known as the season to get rid of the old and start fresh with the new, especially in terms of cleaning and decorating the home. In this stunning issue of Somerset Home, you will find full-color pages and simple tutorials to give your home a fresh, artistic update.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Darlene Koppel uses stencils to add a little elegance to plain white pillowcases.
  • Elyse Major gives a makeover to old jars.
  • Create wonderful wall art with antlers and some faux flowers.
  • This issue showcases various ways to create arty, whimsical wall art — perfect for renters or for those who would like to add that little something to their home without a big mess or massive remodeling.

Where Women Create

Where Women Create Spring 2017

Women know that the process of creating is as important as what ultimately gets created. That’s why extraordinary women pay attention to the details of their work spaces … making sure that they surround themselves with visually stimulating inspiration and unique organizational systems.

Where Women Create invites you into the creative spaces of the most extraordinary women of our time. Through stunning photography and inspirational stories, each 160-page issue of this quarterly magazine will nourish souls and motivate creative processes.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Pattern, color, and texture fill the studio of textile artist Catherine Kirsch
  • Illustrator Stacie Bloomfield of Gingiber infuses her studio with the same playfulness as her artwork.
  • Polymer clay artist Mei Pak invites us into her bright pink studio space.
  • The stylish new scrapbooking studio of Carol Darilek
  • The serene seaside-themed studio of Lee Repetto, owner of The Spotted Cod boutique

 

Enter to Win Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

We’re giving away brand-new February 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 02/28/17 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Spring ’17) issues only: Altered Couture, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Somerset Home, 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 02/28/17.

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97 Responses to “Glimpse Inside: New February Issues + Exclusive Coupon + Giveaway!”

  1. Stevens Pat says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/395894623479182643/

    I pinned the Where Women Create Spread! All issues look great!

  2. Suzanna Lessard says:

    It is so hard to choose! I’m an avid recycler/reuser and upcycler/ I love to tweak clothing and outfits. My studio is my sanctuary where I sew, paint, stamp, and just lose myself. I create mixed media art for my home. I also make jewelry. Seeing how others have designed their spaces is so inspiring.
    Thanks for your consideration!!
    Hugs from Alaska!!

  3. Liz Petersen says:

    I like Artful Blogging because I get to glimpse into the worlds of other women and dream. I would really like to win this magazine. Thank you.

  4. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/541206080206382401/

    My favorite new magazine is the Color Studio! Because it is so enter active. Inspiring.

  5. Kari Moore says:

    Altered Couture I am working with changing my wardrobe by re-purposing it. The inspiration will help the progress of this project.

  6. Joanne Castro says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/create/bookmarklet/?media

    I love the Altered Couture. No waste.

  7. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/541206080206382504/

    I like the Willow and Sage Magazine, because I believe its important for us all to get back to natural basics and away form chemicals that harm us and the environment.

  8. Deena Canup says:

    I love to Where Women Create! I get amazing I inspiration from seeing where others do their creating. I like seeing how they organize their space and perhaps I can learn from them.

  9. Diane Martin says:

    I always love Willow & Sage….but this time, I was captivated by Where Women Work… It was great seeing how different art studios are set up, the lighting, the size, the placement of tools etc. But then again, I love ALL of these publications…thank you…

  10. Cathy Racette says:

    Love to repurpose interesting finds!

  11. Nita Sims says:

    Love Altered Couture, just a great approach to making beauty while keeping as much from landfills as possible.

  12. Blythe says:

    Must you always make us choose? I cannot possibly! Artful blogging…because I love to connect with those who can creatively express themselves in such insightful ways. Altered Couture…because I love to turn something old into something new. Green Craft…because there should be No Waste. Willow and Sage…because I am always looking for ways to use my herbs. Where Women Create…because someday I will pull it all together, and this tells me it can be done! Thank you!

  13. Val says:

    Love Art Doll Quarterly. I’m an artist who paints and sculpts will clay. Enjoy seeing what others do.

  14. Rachel says:

    http://pin.it/FX1jlaF I pinned it! I love this, I had made another similar journal but bigger from your suggestions and I can’t wait to do some of this little cute ones.

  15. Misty says:

    I enjoy the greencraft layout. Love to recycle, upcycle, and reuse!

  16. Diane says:

    I love every issue. Besides having so many projects to inspire me, the layouts and photographs are just so beautifully done.

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/409898003570854347/

  17. Karen G. says:

    I am really looking forward to reading the new issue of Where Women Create! I pinned a reminder for everyone to enter this awesome giveaway: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/480055641515977082/

  18. Ellette says:

    I love seeing the wonderful spaces that these talented artists get to work in. Where Women Create is one of my favorite magazines. Thank you so much!

  19. Beverlee F. says:

    My vote is for the upcoming Willow and Sage print. The cover looks like I just need to pull it off a shelf and read it from cover to cover. Bath balm creations, coconut oil uses, adding color to soaps…every article sounds terrific and fun.

  20. Angela D says:

    Altered Couture would be Great! Thanks for the opportunity.

  21. nancy says:

    If I HAVE to choose, “Somerset Home” would be the one. The pillowcase project as well as the wall art look interesting to me.

  22. Pamela Bower says:

    Love the Greencraft magazine making something from little of nothing. It is full of ingenious ideas that are fun, useful and can be gifts as well.

  23. Michelle Simones Moenkhaus says:

    I pinned Somererset Home to my “stuff I want to make” board. I am interested in remaking old jars. I love to do that. I also want to know what kind of whimsical wall art artists are currently making and how I could adapt the ideas for my living room. I’d love to win a copy. Thanks

  24. D. Marie says:

    Green Craft Magazine because I am an avid green arts & craftier; and love the inspiration of the recycled notebooks!

  25. Bev H. says:

    It’s a toss up between “Where Women Create” and “Somerset Home” but I’ll choose WWC because I want to be one of those women…one that has it together.

  26. blanca says:

    i have been a big fan of where women create since the magazine was introduced. It is such a great source of inspiration. Reading all the success stories of women who have made it makes me want to strive for my own dreams of becoming a creative business owner!

  27. Laurie Brown says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/lauriebrown54/dolls/

    This issue of Art Dolls looks like it has some fantastic stuff in it!

  28. Pinned to my Bites about Blogging board. Your beautiful and encouraging magazines would be well loved in my home office! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/447967494171863855/

  29. Debra A Armstrong says:

    The cover of Art Doll is stunning. So are the pages inside.

  30. Doris Schroeder says:

    Would love to try the Where women create issue. It looks very interesting.

  31. Christy Sizemore says:

    Where Women Create is always so inspiring and full of information. I can not wait to read the next issue. http://pin.it/PBwlQwR

  32. B J Berlo says:

    GreenCraft is my favorite of your magazines. I recycle as much as I can and love to shop flea markets to find items that I can upcycle into something new.

  33. karen w says:

    I pinned Greencraft to Pinterest but i absolutely LOVE the Home magazine too. So many great choices…its too hard to choose. (I’m keying this on my tablet and dont know how to share the link to Pinterest on this thing). So many beautiful things and art to create in every mag. It’s all stunning eye candy. Your mags make me want to quit my job and stay home and create. But i do need to eat so i guess i’ll keep my job.😊

  34. Dora Davison says:

    I love the Artful Blogging spread. There is something about blue and white that is so clean and happy looking to me.

  35. Dawn Mayo says:

    It is always so hard to choose because I love them all but this months Green Craft looks like it has many wonderful projects I’m just itching to try, I would love to win a copy. I’ll keep hoping…. :)

  36. Jeanette Jones says:

    It is hard to pick just one but the uniqueness of Where Women Create just grabs me. Love to read about such creative and inspiring women as they share the details of their work spaces.
    You just have to be motivated to create.

  37. Becky Potts Baker says:

    I chose “Artful Blogging.” I really enjoy reading creative blogs. I’ve been a Somerset fan for a long time.

  38. Kelly Kardos says:

    I’m starting to dabble in salt and sugar scrubs so Willow & Sage would be a great source of information and inspiration.

  39. Tisa Hosford says:

    I’m constantly inspired by WWC and hungrily await each issue to see the latest creative spaces & learn about the women who made them!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/494973815280787538/

  40. Gail S says:

    I’ve just recently been introduced to Stampington & Company and like everything, but I’m especially intrigued by the Willow & Sage issues… and Green Craft… and Somerset Home, lol

  41. Amy says:

    Green craft is my favorite. I love the idea of using stuff I already have, and still creating something unique and inspiring.

  42. Susan Fake says:

    Love your publications! Artful Blogging looks good to me as I am always looking to be inspired by great photography.

  43. Karen Ewert says:

    Artful blogging looks interesting this month with lots of info. I am starting an online boutique and would love to learn how to blog successfully.

  44. Angela Ortega says:

    The magazine Where Women Create, shows how incredible women are in creating businesses
    It gives me a lot of inspiration
    Thanks
    Angela

  45. I pinned Artful Blogging to My Favorite Magazines Board on Pinterest, but if truth be told, I am not sure I could pick a favorite out all of your lush magazines. Were I rich, I would subscribe to them all. Although I have two blogs and a mini-blog on Tumblr, I don’t know how to put a link next to this comment. I still have a lot to learn. Thank you for being the most creative publishers in the world. I do not exaggerate.

  46. Elizabeth Lumsden says:

    “Where Women Create”, I love to see the spaces where creative women do their thing! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/59461657560747926/

  47. Karen MacCauley says:

    While I love all of these magazines, Altered Couture has always called to me the most. I love the idea of re-imagining clothes I already have, or can find at thrift, into something new, beautiful and unique.

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/166844361175861840/

  48. Jennie Thompson says:

    I enjoy Willow and Sage because I enjoy making ‘potions’. I’d like to look into some of the other magazines that I’m not familiar with.

  49. Jean Speake says:

    I would definitely choose “Where Women Create”–it always inspires me to tweak something in my own work in progress “studio”!

  50. Denise Bryant says:

    GreenCraft Magazine looks really interesting! Love the recycled notebooks, and I see that there’s an article on making sachets with vintage quilts! I have an old quilt I am looking for a project for….

  51. Peggy Lee says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/shopthecottage/ideas-for-my-work-room

    Since I am looking for inspiration for my studio, which I’m currently working on now,
    “Where Women Create” would be just what I need!
    All the spreads are gorgeous tho!!

  52. Sue Boone says:

    I love the new issue of “Where Women Create” … need some inspiration since I am expanding my own studio this year! Thanks!!

  53. Kathy says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/katryder51/interesting-art-and-miscellaneous-stuff/
    I posted GreenCraft to Pinterest. I often buy this magazine at the craft store and always find great projects to recycle.

  54. KathyS says:

    Love the vintage stamp journals in GreenCraft Magazine. I’m always a fan of book art and craft. Thank you.

  55. Pam Brown says:

    I love Willow and Sage. I pinned to Pinterest under my favorites. It looks like it is the most inspiring and informative issue yet. What a great magazine! I would be thrilled to win this one.

  56. becky j says:

    Where Women Create looks like it would inspire- and I could use a little spark in my creative fire!:)
    thanks for the giveaway!

  57. Karen in OH says:

    ALTERED COUTURE for Spring 2017 has a wide range of creative clothing remakes that are more than inspiring. This issue has outdone most of the others that have interested me. Well done!

  58. Emily R says:

    Artful Blogging because I cannot look away from those photos! The colors and composition are so inviting and say “spring”.

  59. Victoria says:

    Willow and Sage, pinned at https://www.pinterest.com/pin/300615343863582269/

    I could definitely use some pampering self-care, as could some loved ones with birthdays coming up soon!

  60. Sandra H. says:

    The Spring Home issue looks wonderful!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/394909461061752697

  61. francine perri says:

    I would love artful blogging as I have a blog but don’t know a lot about what to do with it and maybe this magazine can help me Thank you

  62. Anita Esch Montgomery says:

    I am an up cycler and absolutely love Green Crafts! Keep up the good work. I also enjoy some of your other publications here and often purchase them. Ready to subscribe to Green Crafts now! Yay!

  63. Sharon Gullikson says:

    Green Craft looks most intriguing because I would love to learn how to make those cute little booklets.

  64. Brian Poteraj says:

    Where Women Create is the one that makes me want to see more. I like to see how artists and crafters store their supplies, and how they decorate their rooms.

  65. Kelly Paquet says:

    I like Artful Blogging – I’m inspired by the beautiful photography and the ideas for my own blog.

  66. Ginny Markley says:

    Where Women Create looks interesting to me. I love to see how other women organize and decorate their creative space.

  67. Jamie D. says:

    I love the inspiration in Altered Couture!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/78320481001301512/

  68. ruth says:

    Adore GREEN CRAFT magazine and it appears the upcoming issue will not disappoint. Always clever, always inspiring.

  69. Paula Haynes says:

    I have liked and shared “Artful Dolls” on Facebook and tagged you. I am just starting to make art dolls and this magazine is so full of awesomeness! Thank you.

  70. Tammy says:

    Pinned here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/223913412704433017/
    Because I love recycled crafts!
    Thanks.

  71. Joanne O'Brien says:

    I am so excited to find your magazine, Green Crafts! I am into recycling and feel I can get a lot of information and ideas from this magazine. I really need inspiration! Thanks for the opportunity to win your magazine.

  72. Ann says:

    They all look fabulous, but I would love the Green Craft magazine. I love upcyling things. Would love to read more about those notebooks. I pinned here, https://www.pinterest.com/pin/63331938490620162/

  73. https://www.pinterest.com/mrsa984/crafty-ideas-i-love/
    I pinned on my Pinterest and also shared on my Facebook page here:https://www.pinterest.com/mrsa984/crafty-ideas-i-love/
    My all time FAVORITE is Willow and Sage! I can always find the best DIY crafting ideas and this spread has a beautiful idea for infusing my essential oils into these lovely DIY goodies!

  74. Sandra Webster says:

    I always love the Willow and Sage offerings. What a quality edition!

  75. Fonda Rush says:

    I pinned “Where Women Create”, because I love to get a glimpse into the studios where women create: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/178314466476502923/

    Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  76. Cindy says:

    The Green Craft magazine looks amazing. Projects are right up my alley as I enjoy repurposing found items in the house and from thrift stores. Lots of inspiration in this magazine. Keep up the good work.

  77. Colleen Bammann says:

    Green Craft magazine is my favorite. So many great ideas. I can use what I have and make something fun with the ideas from the magazine.
    Thanks for Leave a Reply for us that don’t have Facebook or Pinterest.

  78. Lou Baker Downing says:

    I love your publications. My favorite one of the above is Green Craft. I like to see how people recycle items! Such creativity!

  79. sandi benenati says:

    Where Women Create is such an inspirational magazine! It not only gets my creative juices running on redesigning and tidying up my studio, but that in turn makes me want to work all the more. Thanks for showcasing all the wonderful, creative working women, that motivate us!!

  80. jennifer farnes says:

    pinned and liked green craft…didn’t leave the information for both, but i left a comment on facebook. my pinterest is: the chroniclesoffarnia and i pinned it under So Clever. thank you for the chance to win!

  81. Carla Bange says:

    I pinned the Somerset Home spread here:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/157907530665630066/

    Warmly,
    Carla

  82. Glenda says:

    I love the project MAKE YOUR MARK in Green Craft. So beautiful and such a lovely gesture!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/184084703499242180/

  83. Denise Bryant says:

    Where Women Create might inspire me to clean up my craft area!

  84. Carrie says:

    I enjoy so many Somerset mags. In February, however, I love, love the ideas in GreenCraft and SummerSet Home. I just downloaded Belting Out Boot Decor from my SomerSet Place free article and can’t wait to give it a try. Thank you for all the inspiring articles in your magazines.

  85. Lee Wallace says:

    Not understanding why you included a 2016 issue of Stuffed. Didn’t you stop the press on this magazine?

  86. Noreen says:

    I like Green Craft magazine. It’s such a well done magazine, and I love the different ways individuals think to upcycle.

  87. Jen East says:

    I pinned your Where Women Create spread to my Graphics & Design board at:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/502151427188481538/
    for inspiration.

    Always trying to find ways to integrate a home studio which includes 3 looms, sewing machines, sergers, a jewelry and beading station, plus all my mixed media art supplies into a small cottage with 4 inside cats!

  88. Kathy E. says:

    I’ve pinned an image here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/124974958390495730/
    I’d love to look through any of these magazines for inspiration!

  89. Susan T says:

    to link:
    go to page with single pin, the information will appear in the address bar(above top of screen below tabs), gently touch this and the info will be highlighted or a pop-up screen appears, pick “copy address”, go to Stampington’s comment section, touch screen and a pop-up menu will appear and choose paste.

  90. Beckie Holso says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/93238654766489425/
    I’m always looking for creative ways to improve my artspace!

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New February Issues

glimpse inside December Issues discount code Receive $5 off on new February issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0217 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Willow and Sage

Willow and Sage Spring 2017

This spring, reveal your most radiant self by infusing natural, homemade recipes into your bath and body routineWillow and Sage Magazine features 144 pages of creative ideas for perking up your senses. This issue shines a spotlight on many beneficial ingredients for you to try, so you can satiate your skin and everything in-between.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Our 10 favorite ways to use coconut oil
  • Pamper yourself with luxurious bath bombs
  • Soothe your skin with homemade burn balm
  • Simple ways to adopt an all-natural lifestyle
  • Get the lowdown on activated charcoal
  • Learn how to naturally add color to your soap
  • The basics of eco-dyeing

Altered Couture

Altered Couture Spring 2017

Altered Couture is a 144-page publication dedicated to altered and embellished clothing and accessories. It is filled with gorgeous photographs of handmade and upcycled project ideas accompanied by easy-to-understand techniques for endless inspiration.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Meet Amy Nicole, sewing blogger and designer of upcycled fashion
  • Funky festival bibs by Paula Sloan
  • Sharon Lee Louk’s boho wedding dress
  • Vintage linen & lace trimmed tops by Sandra Oliveira
  • Susan Massey transforms silky scarves into upcycled masterpieces
  • Rianna Humble’s cozy knit dress
  • Retro patchwork overalls dress by Nora Giglio

Art Doll Quarterly

Art Doll Quarterly Spring 2017

This full-color, 128-page publication is dedicated to art dolls and sculptural figures made from cloth, polymer clay, Creative Paperclay®, wire armatures, mixed-media, and much more. In each issue, you will find creative challenges, doll-artist profiles, convention listings and reviews, book and video reviews, and a 35-page gallery of art dolls made by our readers.

The spring issue of Art Doll Quarterly is bursting with amazing dolls and informative articles!

What’s Inside:

  • Adele Sciortino and Deb Wood present Part 2 of The Merry Widows saga
  • Christine Snively offers her pin cushion doll along with a free pattern
  • Leslie Molen presents her moth doll series
  • Meet a very large dragon named Smaug by Margret-Ann Miller
  • Sculptor and filmmaker Steve Ferrera gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the multimedia production of a children’s book involving puppets and handcrafted sets in collaboration with puppet fabricator Koji Nagao
  • The results of our Occupations Challenge
  • A Doll Artist Profile on the talented Donna May Robinson

Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging Spring 2017

This 144-page publication is filled with artistic endeavors, moments of self-discovery, tales of friendships, and much more. Get even more tips on Blogging Etiquette, How to Take Great Photos of Your Art, Blogger’s Must-Haves, and How to Get Started on your own blog! Whether you plan to blog or just enjoy the sights, find bountiful inspiration inside every issue of Artful Blogging.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Discover the cooking style of Stacy Blair at 27thandolive.com.
  • Peek inside Annie Anderson’s stunning home at zevyjoy.com.
  • Seek the quirky, bright, full-of-fun style of Micaela Hoo at ohmydrifter.com.
  • Step into Lyndsey Eden’s culinary world at lyndseyeden.com.
  • Meet Kathy Pardell and explore her romantic photography at kpardell.com.
  • Experience the photography talents of Denise Love of 2lilowls.com.

GreenCraft Magazine

GreenCraft Magazine Spring 2017

GreenCraft Magazine provides 144 pages with innovative ideas for upcycling trash into treasures. You are in store for a very chic issue of the most popular magazine in its genre this spring — GreenCraft Magazine hits stands with new projects in the Somerset style!

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • L. Katherine Roberts creates a stunning bath and body kit in a very green way.
  • Julia Schneider makes edgy bracelets using belt loops from old jeans.
  • Learn how to turn vintage quilts into adorable chicky sachets filled with aromatic lavender.
  • Crystal magic is a powerful trend Brooke Bock shares a tutorial in making her beautiful, purple-hued geode and spoon necklaces.

Somerset Home

Somerset Home Spring 2017

Somerset Home magazine exemplifies creative living and showcases hundreds of tips, techniques, and charming accents designed to enlighten, organize, and beautify any dwelling place.

Spring is best known as the season to get rid of the old and start fresh with the new, especially in terms of cleaning and decorating the home. In this stunning issue of Somerset Home, you will find full-color pages and simple tutorials to give your home a fresh, artistic update.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Darlene Koppel uses stencils to add a little elegance to plain white pillowcases.
  • Elyse Major gives a makeover to old jars.
  • Create wonderful wall art with antlers and some faux flowers.
  • This issue showcases various ways to create arty, whimsical wall art — perfect for renters or for those who would like to add that little something to their home without a big mess or massive remodeling.

Where Women Create

Where Women Create Spring 2017

Women know that the process of creating is as important as what ultimately gets created. That’s why extraordinary women pay attention to the details of their work spaces … making sure that they surround themselves with visually stimulating inspiration and unique organizational systems.

Where Women Create invites you into the creative spaces of the most extraordinary women of our time. Through stunning photography and inspirational stories, each 160-page issue of this quarterly magazine will nourish souls and motivate creative processes.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue:

  • Pattern, color, and texture fill the studio of textile artist Catherine Kirsch
  • Illustrator Stacie Bloomfield of Gingiber infuses her studio with the same playfulness as her artwork.
  • Polymer clay artist Mei Pak invites us into her bright pink studio space.
  • The stylish new scrapbooking studio of Carol Darilek
  • The serene seaside-themed studio of Lee Repetto, owner of The Spotted Cod boutique

 

Enter to Win Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway!

We’re giving away brand-new February 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 02/28/17 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Spring ’17) issues only: Altered Couture, Artful Blogging, GreenCraft Magazine, Somerset Home, 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 02/28/17.

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