Friday Fave: Artful Blogging

Artful Blogging, Feb/Mar/Apr 2013, Stampington & Co. 

You know this is a favorite of mine!

Each quarterly issue is replete with rich photography (310+), inspiring stories, and articles, such as:

  • Living a Fearless Creative Life, by Ashley Hackshaw
  • Sticking To A Routine, by Laura Johnston
  • Finding My Zone Through Blogging and Photography, by Sharon Giordano
  • Learning To Stop and Smell The Roses, by Danielle Muller

Stop by your local Barnes & Noble or order directly from Stampington & Co.


Friday Fave: Creative Bookazines

By now, you know Stampington’s Artful Blogging and Where Women Create are two of my favorite bookazines at Barnes.

Artful Blogging offers Visually Inspiring Online Journals. Engaging stories and unique perspectives on why people blog are beautifully displayed on every page.

Where Women Create show Inspiring Work Spaces of Extraordinary Women. The latest issue features Rachel Ashwell (Shabby Chic!), American Greetings, Liz Johnson, and many more. Tap into these creative spaces and make them your own.

I’m delighted yesterday’s blog post is mentioned as one of Susan Stilwell’s “Friday Favorites” today. Be sure to stop by! Susan’s blog I Hope 4 Him is one you’ll want to visit on a regular basis for oh so many reasons.

My Friday Fave – Two Creative Mags!

The latest issues of Where Women Create and Artful Blogging are ready for pick up at the local Barnes and Noble. (Let’s show some love for our brick & mortar bookstores.)

Both issues would be enjoyed by anyone who appreciates breathtaking photographs, creative ideas, and inspiring testimonies. You need not be a blogger (or even consider yourself crafty) to enjoy either book-zine.

Read on!

My Friday Faves

Hot off the press!

Nov/Dec/Jan 2012 Artful Blogging…Visually Inspiring Online Journals

Monochromatic shades of white sweep over the cover like a fresh blanket of snow preparing you for the colorful feast that lies within. Initially, I purchased this magazine for its photographs but it’s the telling of blogger’s stories that keep me coming back for more. This bookzine would be a delightful gift for the creative person on your Christmas list. I found this copy at Barnes and Noble but I believe Publix and Walmart may also carry it.

Holiday 2011 life:beautiful…Faith For Your Journey

This cover is, as the magazine proclaims, is simply beautiful. Of course, it’s what we discover as we turn each page that makes this magazine truly shine. Romantic fall picnic ideas, meaningful gift ideas, a gingerbread nativity with 50 other recipes and projects—all with the purpose of glorifying Jesus Christ. Pick a copy up for yourself and someone you love. It’s a gift that keeps giving. I’ve found this magazine at Publix and Barnes and Noble.


My Friday Fave

The focus of this publication may be on visually inspiring online journals, i.e. blogs, but this book-a-zine is for anyone who goes a bit gaga at the sight of sufficient white space, quality paper, top-notch photographs, and information that would interest bloggers, writers, crafters, artists, and organizers alike.

An investment of sorts. Enjoy!

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