I have discovered a great on line magazine called Etzcetera.
Kim Archer is the creator and she is the most fun.
visit Kim here on her blog.
This fabby magazine is published four times a year and it's filled with really and truly great stuff and it's only $4.50. I have found a few etsy shops to now add to my favorites and also there have been some great artists featured, tutorials and inspiration.
If you sign up for the newsletter you get this great free ebook!
Here is a recap of the first issue and it's FREE just click the image below and it will take you to the site to look at the first issue.
Issue 2 – September/October 2011
Featuring Kate Mason, Renee Ludlow, Tatum Woodroffe, Fox and Deer’s Ngaire Bartlam, Lea Ingram’s Little Bits of Pretty fundraising, Janelle Wind’s Sew Easy feature + our regular features including Tamar Bostock and Lisa Pate. Tutorials, stories + lots more.
Issue 3 – November/December 2011
Our Handmade Christmas edition is jam packed full of Christmas goodies, interviews, things to make, bake and sew. Featuring Ruby Ju, Ngaire’s Advent article, family traditions, Amanda Davie, Cat Ivins, Helen Rosser, Lisa Pate, Ally Nicoll, Mardi Winen, Janelle’s Sew Easy feature, Tatum Woodroffe and Tamar Bostock.
Issue 4 – January/February 2012
Happy New Year. Issue 4 features Gabbie from Simply Soap, Illustrators Jo, Sarah and Rachael, BootsNGus, Janelle’s final Sew Easy installment, Lisa Pate’s Crafting With Kids, Tamar Bostock, summer food for entertaining plus we welcome creative contributors including Mardi Winen, Yvette Adams, Sophie Koschmann, Liz Weber, Leanne Allinson, Ros Davidson, Mel Nunn, Jasmine Barton and Belinda Moon.
Plus there’s sewing, scrapbooking and jewellery making projects + much more in Issue 4.
Issue 5 – March/April/May 2012
Issue 5 features Heidi Swapp who drops in for a chat about family life, her brand new product line and what excites her the most about what she does. You will ooh and ahh over Ruby Ju’s high tea party. Have a cuppa and a chat with Tamar Bostock as she explores the humble cup of tea. Encourage creative play with your kids with Lisa Pate and do a project for the littlies in your life with Mardi Winen. We also meet some inspiring creative business owners. Meet 15 year old Rhi – a truly talented Tassie school girl. Her artwork is exceptional and finally you will be keen to try Gabbie from Simply Soaps easy peasy soap balls, and much more.
And just today
Issue 6 is available