Glimpse Inside New March Issues

New March Issues

glimpse inside Receive $5 off on new March issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0317 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Bella Grace

Bella Grace Issue 11

Bella Grace is a special, 160-page publication devoted to discovering magic in the ordinary. Our aim is to touch the souls of our readers through beautifully penned stories and striking photographs that capture life’s beautiful journey. For anyone who is tired of trying to fit ill-considered standards of what beauty is supposed to look like or reaching for unattainable ideals – Bella Grace gives you permission to just go ahead and toss them. Embrace imperfection. Celebrate your messy life. Shine a spotlight on small, everyday moments – they are special, and they are yours. If you are looking for the most creative, inspirational women’s magazine available today – you’ve come to the right place.

Inside Issue 11

  • Life lessons from Mom
  • Finding inspiration on the shelves: children’s books that offer profound inspiration
  • How to become a “ninja of nice”
  • Celebrate May Day with a flower-filled random act of kindness
  • 50 tiny moments worth celebrating
  • The thrill of lazy days

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio March/April 2017

Welcome to a magical place of inspiration … Paper crafting, art stamping and mixed-media arts are elevated to an artistic level in Somerset Studio! Come join in the celebration of these popular handcrafting styles by exploring the industry’s most trusted and innovative mixed-media magazine, as you learn from fellow artists working with exotic papers, intriguing art stamps, fine calligraphy, and a variety of mediums. Every issue includes 144 inspiring pages and comes with four free designer artist papers, clip art pages, or coloring pages tucked inside!

Inside the March/April ‘17 Issue:

  • Artist Profile Priscilla Jones
  • Transform a board book into a stunning shadow box
  • Learn the ins and outs of eco-dyeing
  • Gilded handmade journals you won’t be able to stop making
  • Mailable art journals to send your artist friends
  • Making every little detail count in your artwork

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Belle Armoire Jewelry Spring 2017

Each 144-page issue is of Belle Armoire Jewelry magazine is overflowing with exciting projects, such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and brooches. You’ll be inspired by all of the projects, tips and techniques you will find. Whether your passion is stringing or making polymer clay beads, incorporating found or natural objects, you’ll enjoy the artisan made creations inside Belle Armoire Jewelry.

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • See how Lynne Suprock mounts cut-out copper buildings onto leather to form stylish skyline silhouette cuffs.
  • Discover how a lifelong love of stones and minerals shaped Cassandra Hackworth’s copper and Labradorite electroformed necklace.
  • Learn how a small piece of driftwood opened up a door of possibilities for Tracy Crossman.

Somerset Apprentice

Somerset Apprentice Spring 2017

Somerset Apprentice takes its readers by the hand to teach them the fundamentals of creating Somerset-style art—one basic step at a time. Successful artists share their favorite tips and techniques, including layered collage, mixed media, and assemblage art, which are presented through detailed, close-up photographs and clear, concise instructions. Join the pros on a step-by-step journey as they complete an entire work of art! This top selling magazine has everything you’ll need to learn a new craft, fine-tune your technique, and gather inspiration for your creative adventure.

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • Learn step-by-step techniques involving encaustic, distressed, and assemblage art with artists Irl Noble, Lynne Moncrieff, Cat Kerr, and more.
  • Delve into the creative minds of our contributors with our new We Asked the Artists section.
  • We can’t wait to share our Glossary Spotlight which highlights a term from our glossary and gives specific examples, tips, and tricks.

Somerset Digital Studio

Somerset Digital Studio Spring 2017

See why scanning and editing is the new cutting and pasting! Somerset Digital Studio showcases some of the best digitally created artwork around, and these breathtaking samples of scrapbook pages, ATCs, and collages will have readers joining in this growing trend of creating digitally altered artwork in no time. Each of the 144 lush, full color pages found in every issue contain captivating feature articles, a full gallery of digital eye candy, a digital dictionary, software comparison chart, digital tutorial, and more.
Artwork by Billa Bozem

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • Billa Bozem brings her brilliant life-infused art to our pages. Her work is sure to stir your heart and inspire you.
  • Donna Goar shares more of her scrapbook layouts that capture life in the most intimate of ways.
  • Jane Long is back with her amazing series, The Watchers, a beautiful collection of images using fresh flowers (with eyeballs) as props.

Take Ten

Take Ten Spring 2017

From the publisher that brings you The Stampers’ Sampler® and Somerset Studio® comes a 144-page special issue brimming with card ideas. Take Ten™ offers rubber stamp enthusiasts of all levels great ideas for creating quick and easy cards in 10 minutes or less. You’ll find hundreds of full-color samples inside each volume of this unique publication. Pick up a copy of Take Ten Magazine today, and you’ll be on your way to creating unique, handmade cards for all occasions.

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • Over 300 beautiful, full-color cards to replicate and add your own special touch in 10 minutes or less.
  • Monica Montez-Stine is the latest guest artist, and her clean and simple style will certainly inspire.
  • See the results from the latest Design Challenge, and try your hand at creating a card for our newest Design Challenge for a chance to be published.

Where Women Cook

Where Women Cook Spring 2017

A shared love of food — whether it’s cooking it, talking about it, or eating it — brings people together.

Join us for a culinary adventure within the pages of Where Women Cook, an exciting 144-page publication filled to the brim with stunning photographs and heartwarming stories. Creative storage ideas, eye-catching décor, delicious food and drink recipes, and inspirational narratives will keep you satiated from cover to cover. You won’t want to miss a single page of this delectable magazine!

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • Southwestern cookbook author and cooking class instructor Jane Butel
  • Delicious juice recipes from Julie Prussak, coauthor of “Juice Guru”
  • Blogger Caitlin Chapman of Caitlin Confidential
  • Jacqueline Cavender, of As the Spur Stirs, shares her elegant kitchen.
  • Carina Gardner cooks up a storm while glamping in her vintage trailer.

Thank you for Participating! Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway has ended.

We’re giving away brand-new March 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 03/31/17 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Spring ’17) issues only: Bella Grace, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Digital Studio, Take Ten, and Where Women Cook. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 03/31/17.

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26 Responses to “Glimpse Inside New March Issues”

  1. Carla Hundley says:

    Pinned at this address:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/52846995608186562/

    Carla from Utah

  2. Ellette says:

    I definitely lean towards “Somerset Studio” as I love to play with paper!

  3. Sharon Gullikson says:

    The Belle Armoire Jewelry spread is my favorite because I like the necklaces, and the very soft flowering branches in the background.

  4. Brian Poteraj says:

    The Somerset Studio one is great. I like how you have scissors and paper, along with the dress cards because it looks like you are in the midst of creating.

  5. I love the art shown for Somerset Studio, and I’d like to learn more about digital scanning and cutting!

  6. Paula Donaldson says:

    This was my first time glimpsing in Somerset Apprentice–I was amazed at the variety of ideas and step by step procedures to make some beautiful pieces of art.

  7. Laurie Brown says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/lauriebrown54/jewelry-making/

    Love Belle Armoire Jewelry! The mixed media pieces always intrigue me.

  8. Lori Hancock says:

    Bella Grace
    Love the Beautiful photos and feel good stories. Inspiring magazine!

  9. Joyce Laux says:

    Somerset Apprentice is my favorite.

  10. Debra A Armstrong says:

    I want to read Somerset Apprentice because I love the cover of this issue.

  11. Jacqueline Veach says:

    I couldn’t get the tag to work for Facebook, but I did Like the Somerset Studio March/April ’17 issue.

    I am absolutely amazed at the mixed media artistry within each issue. I had subscriptions in the past and am using them as inspiration for myself and the free craft group I lead in my apt building. I so love sharing ideas, and Somerset…of all the subscriptions I have had and keep those mags…is the one I have the most of.

    Love, love!!!

  12. Dana Tolbert says:

    I ❤ the Somerset Digital Studio. I really enjoy the colors. Very fond of the dark blues. Very drawn to this cover!
    ❤ all of your catalogs.

  13. Sandra H. says:

    I would love Somerset Studio and all that mixed media!

  14. Darla J. says:

    Bella Grace is one of my favorite magazines. It always makes me feel alive and refreshed. It sparks in me a zest for life.

  15. Terry G. says:

    “Take Ten” would be my choice this time around. I’ve already purchased “Somerset Studio” but all of your publications are beautiful and inspiring! I love them all!

  16. Tisa Hosford says:

    Only have Windows Paint program, but I play around with it to make basic digital art, just need help from the pros to learn some techniques, (a LOT of help!) so I’d love the latest copy of Digital Studio as I like the style of Jean Hutter https://www.pinterest.com/pin/494973815281469671/

  17. Patsy Tabbert says:

    All of the issues look stunning but I am totally intrigued with this issue of Somerset Studio. Thanks for the chance to win.
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/100979216625780562/

  18. Denise Bryant says:

    Take Ten is my favorite! I pinned!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/516928863466220762/

  19. Annette Ostrander says:

    Somerset Apprentice, to learn new things & about products I have never used. Also about the artists,love,love to read about them. Thanks for this chance to win

  20. Kate Butcher says:

    Somerset Apprentice suits me because I am just learning to release the artist inside me& I have so much I want to learn!https://www.pinterest.com/pin/465418942727968788/

  21. Jen E says:

    I pinned your Digital Design cover spread to my Graphics & Design board at:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/502151427189279962/

    This is something I teach at the college for my Advertising & Graphic Design students, but have not really been using much in my own work other than for composing paintings and illustrations for other media. Would like to spend more time just working with my existing collection of original photos and images over the summer and putting them to use for cards and prints!

  22. It’s so hard to choose, but I pinned Somerset Apprentice https://www.pinterest.com/pin/302867143677428727/ I love learning and I LOVE your magazine, Thank you so much for the giveaway :)

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New March Issues

glimpse inside Receive $5 off on new March issues, $14.99 and up. Copy and paste coupon code BLOG0317 when prompted at checkout. (Discount code can only be used once per customer.)

Bella Grace

Bella Grace Issue 11

Bella Grace is a special, 160-page publication devoted to discovering magic in the ordinary. Our aim is to touch the souls of our readers through beautifully penned stories and striking photographs that capture life’s beautiful journey. For anyone who is tired of trying to fit ill-considered standards of what beauty is supposed to look like or reaching for unattainable ideals – Bella Grace gives you permission to just go ahead and toss them. Embrace imperfection. Celebrate your messy life. Shine a spotlight on small, everyday moments – they are special, and they are yours. If you are looking for the most creative, inspirational women’s magazine available today – you’ve come to the right place.

Inside Issue 11

  • Life lessons from Mom
  • Finding inspiration on the shelves: children’s books that offer profound inspiration
  • How to become a “ninja of nice”
  • Celebrate May Day with a flower-filled random act of kindness
  • 50 tiny moments worth celebrating
  • The thrill of lazy days

Somerset Studio

Somerset Studio March/April 2017

Welcome to a magical place of inspiration … Paper crafting, art stamping and mixed-media arts are elevated to an artistic level in Somerset Studio! Come join in the celebration of these popular handcrafting styles by exploring the industry’s most trusted and innovative mixed-media magazine, as you learn from fellow artists working with exotic papers, intriguing art stamps, fine calligraphy, and a variety of mediums. Every issue includes 144 inspiring pages and comes with four free designer artist papers, clip art pages, or coloring pages tucked inside!

Inside the March/April ‘17 Issue:

  • Artist Profile Priscilla Jones
  • Transform a board book into a stunning shadow box
  • Learn the ins and outs of eco-dyeing
  • Gilded handmade journals you won’t be able to stop making
  • Mailable art journals to send your artist friends
  • Making every little detail count in your artwork

Belle Armoire Jewelry

Belle Armoire Jewelry Spring 2017

Each 144-page issue is of Belle Armoire Jewelry magazine is overflowing with exciting projects, such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and brooches. You’ll be inspired by all of the projects, tips and techniques you will find. Whether your passion is stringing or making polymer clay beads, incorporating found or natural objects, you’ll enjoy the artisan made creations inside Belle Armoire Jewelry.

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • See how Lynne Suprock mounts cut-out copper buildings onto leather to form stylish skyline silhouette cuffs.
  • Discover how a lifelong love of stones and minerals shaped Cassandra Hackworth’s copper and Labradorite electroformed necklace.
  • Learn how a small piece of driftwood opened up a door of possibilities for Tracy Crossman.

Somerset Apprentice

Somerset Apprentice Spring 2017

Somerset Apprentice takes its readers by the hand to teach them the fundamentals of creating Somerset-style art—one basic step at a time. Successful artists share their favorite tips and techniques, including layered collage, mixed media, and assemblage art, which are presented through detailed, close-up photographs and clear, concise instructions. Join the pros on a step-by-step journey as they complete an entire work of art! This top selling magazine has everything you’ll need to learn a new craft, fine-tune your technique, and gather inspiration for your creative adventure.

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • Learn step-by-step techniques involving encaustic, distressed, and assemblage art with artists Irl Noble, Lynne Moncrieff, Cat Kerr, and more.
  • Delve into the creative minds of our contributors with our new We Asked the Artists section.
  • We can’t wait to share our Glossary Spotlight which highlights a term from our glossary and gives specific examples, tips, and tricks.

Somerset Digital Studio

Somerset Digital Studio Spring 2017

See why scanning and editing is the new cutting and pasting! Somerset Digital Studio showcases some of the best digitally created artwork around, and these breathtaking samples of scrapbook pages, ATCs, and collages will have readers joining in this growing trend of creating digitally altered artwork in no time. Each of the 144 lush, full color pages found in every issue contain captivating feature articles, a full gallery of digital eye candy, a digital dictionary, software comparison chart, digital tutorial, and more.
Artwork by Billa Bozem

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • Billa Bozem brings her brilliant life-infused art to our pages. Her work is sure to stir your heart and inspire you.
  • Donna Goar shares more of her scrapbook layouts that capture life in the most intimate of ways.
  • Jane Long is back with her amazing series, The Watchers, a beautiful collection of images using fresh flowers (with eyeballs) as props.

Take Ten

Take Ten Spring 2017

From the publisher that brings you The Stampers’ Sampler® and Somerset Studio® comes a 144-page special issue brimming with card ideas. Take Ten™ offers rubber stamp enthusiasts of all levels great ideas for creating quick and easy cards in 10 minutes or less. You’ll find hundreds of full-color samples inside each volume of this unique publication. Pick up a copy of Take Ten Magazine today, and you’ll be on your way to creating unique, handmade cards for all occasions.

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • Over 300 beautiful, full-color cards to replicate and add your own special touch in 10 minutes or less.
  • Monica Montez-Stine is the latest guest artist, and her clean and simple style will certainly inspire.
  • See the results from the latest Design Challenge, and try your hand at creating a card for our newest Design Challenge for a chance to be published.

Where Women Cook

Where Women Cook Spring 2017

A shared love of food — whether it’s cooking it, talking about it, or eating it — brings people together.

Join us for a culinary adventure within the pages of Where Women Cook, an exciting 144-page publication filled to the brim with stunning photographs and heartwarming stories. Creative storage ideas, eye-catching décor, delicious food and drink recipes, and inspirational narratives will keep you satiated from cover to cover. You won’t want to miss a single page of this delectable magazine!

Inside the Spring ‘17 Issue:

  • Southwestern cookbook author and cooking class instructor Jane Butel
  • Delicious juice recipes from Julie Prussak, coauthor of “Juice Guru”
  • Blogger Caitlin Chapman of Caitlin Confidential
  • Jacqueline Cavender, of As the Spur Stirs, shares her elegant kitchen.
  • Carina Gardner cooks up a storm while glamping in her vintage trailer.

Thank you for Participating! Our Glimpse Inside Giveaway has ended.

We’re giving away brand-new March 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 03/31/17 at 11:59pm PST.

*$5 off coupon code applies to purchases of any of the following (Spring ’17) issues only: Bella Grace, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Digital Studio, Take Ten, and Where Women Cook. Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount code can be used only one time per customer and expires 03/31/17.

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