Mollie Makes Magazine Subscription Giveaway!

Win a subscription of Mollie Makes Magazine on EverythingEtsy.com

I know that many of you are huge fans of Mollie Makes Magazine!  Each issue is packed with beautiful projects, ideas and crafty supplies.  The photos alone will knock your socks off!  

Backstory for Mollie Makes - Pixiebell - EverythingEtsy.com

This month you can read my article on a super successful Etsy shop…look for it on the back page.  Pixiebell is run by the sweetest couple ever!  They both work together to create a shop full of knit goodness.  Their adorable gnome hats have been worn by tons of celebrities and they make the perfect gift! 

The October issue of Mollie Makes is available right now!  You can find Mollie Makes in the stores listed below, or subscribe at Mollie Makes right now at 77% off the cover price.

Magazine found at:

  • Target
  • Walmart
  • Books A Million
  • Sams Club
  • Hancock Fabrics
  • and many more!

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Here’s my treat for you today…Mollie Makes has been kind enough to offer one Everything Etsy reader a free subscription!  Woot! 

What’s your favorite kind of craft or craft supply?  Do you like paper crafts or crochet?  Leave a comment telling me about it and use the widget below to enter!

Good luck!

~Kim

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Comments

  1. Barbara says

    I’ve been crafting with my silhouette cameo latelyn and I’m really enjoying all the paper craft options using it.

  2. Susie Morris says

    This looks like a wonderful little magazine. I don’t know if I have ever read one but, I love to learn new crafting projects. Especially if it’s a handy reference!

  3. Leslie J says

    Just bought my first issue at Target today, and looking forward to reading it tonight. Love sewing and fabric, and make a lot of bags for family and friends. Always looking to try new things!!

  4. Diana says

    My problem is I like too many things. I’ve been experimenting with mixed media art lately, so I like watercolors, and fun stencils. I also do bookbinding, knitting, scrapbooking, sewing, so I have a room full of random craft supplies.

  5. says

    I love fabric! But lately I’ve really been drawn to felt creations, I think they just look so cute! I was just about to die when I saw the cover picture of the magazine.

  6. Christine Kiehl says

    Currently I am really enjoying doing mixed media with all different craft supplies; but mainly paper to begin with. Thanks for the opportunity to win awesome prizes!

  7. Liz says

    The cover always catches my eye, but I limit myself from buying magazine subscriptions (tight budget). Would love to win this, looks like it is full of good ideas!

  8. Amanda says

    I got my first sewing machine in June and I am obsessed!! It’s so much fun :) I would love to learn how to crochet too!

  9. says

    I have been making cards for friends and family for awhile now and really enjoy it but recently I picked up an old craft from teen years…embroidery! I love it…so relaxing…how could I have forgotten that key point! I am about to embark on a quilt journey…fabric purchased… pattern selected now all I need is the courage to start cutting on my beautiful fabric : ( Thanks so much for this giveaway!

  10. says

    THRIFTED CLOTHES!! I find the most delicious cotton velours and corduroys and wools in the form of jackets, coats, and scarves. Thrifted clothes come in a rainbow of colors and natural fibers which are terribly hard to find in fabric shops. Cotton shirts and kids’ clothes come in great prints and colors. Who wants to buy the same quilting cotton fabric everyone else has from the fabric store? And don’t get me started on vintage linens, vintage dolls, and all the other massively cool finds to be transformed into something remarkable! :-)

    Good luck to everyone! I wish we could ALL win Mollie Makes. it’s a great magazine.

  11. says

    My favorite supply is fabric, but if forced to choose between paper and crochet I will choose paper crafting supplies. I love rubber stamps and die cut dies!
    Fun to see Pixiebell–when I used to linger in the Etsy forums I would often see P there too!

  12. Beth T. says

    My favorite unconventional craft supply is a packet of wooden skewers. I use them to guide teeny pieces of fabric underneath my sewing machine needle, to slide a piece of felt into place when it has glue on it, to do all kinds of fiddly little tasks.

  13. Susan Phelps says

    I absolutely love any & all kinds of yarn, as I’m an avid crocheter. My friend, who is a crochet junkie like me, and I love to go to yarn stores to fondle the yarn. Her hubby wants to know if we have eyeballs on the ends of our fingers!

  14. Tiffany says

    I am just getting into this whole do it yourself crafts and I would love to win this to help give me ideas and get started!

  15. Andrea says

    Would love a subscription to this magazine! I love paint, it can be used for soooooo many different types of projects!

  16. says

    I must confess – I don’t have a crafty bone in my body, but I really enjoy reading craft magazines. I’ve purchased Mollie Makes many times and would love a subscription :)

  17. says

    My favourite craft material is felt. I can use if for tiny toys or hair clips or felt food, all for the grand children of course. I love the hand stitching and embroidery involved.

  18. mariela says

    my favorite craft supplies are usually for paper crafts and mixed media work (I like to pretend I can art journal hehe) but I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to crochet again, I have arthritis in my hands now so crocheting is harder for me and not so enjoyable, but I’d love to be able to one day :) (Favorite favorite : acrylic paints)

  19. says

    Awesome giveaway! I love MollieMakes. My fav craft supply – that’s a toughie – if you saw my crafting area you would know why. I guess i’ll say my quilting rulers – i use them for everything, cutting fabrics, and paper and just about anything else you can think of. Tough choice though.

  20. superstitches says

    I love working with fabric. Using fabric you can make stuffies, quilts, clothing, etc. There are so many great fabrics available now.

  21. Lynn Flechsig says

    Hate to admit it, but I am a fabric addict! Love to sew and quilt, fabric crafts of any kind make me very happy! Looks like a FUN magazine! Good luck, y’all !!! :)

  22. Jennifer Wilkins says

    cotton yarn as I’m starting out on knitting and crocheting.
    Useful for darning too as I try to live more sustainability.

  23. says

    I have loved to crochet for many years, but recently I started learning to do acrylic painting and I love to do animal portraits, dogs especially. So my favorite supplies are acrylic paint and canvas.

  24. Ann Mizushima says

    I love this magazine!!! I have been reading the UK version for quite some time. I love crafting, sewing, crocheting everything!!!!! we recently had a life change and so I really can’t afford to buy the magazine anymore so my daughters buy it for me for a treat every month. I would really enjoy receiving this US version in the mail every month. I am so inspired by the creativeness of the magazine and those that are featured in the articles.

  25. says

    After potholder weaving, knitting was the first craft I learned and I always seem to return to it, so I would have to say that is my fave :)
    Smiles, DianeM

  26. says

    I love to sew! My favorite things to make are items made with recycled materials. My daughter and I scour thrift shops for beautiful printed vintage sheets and fabric for crafts. What fun!

  27. Missy M. says

    I love painting sayings on drop cloth with freezer paper stencils and making them into pillows. Super fun and the possibilities are endless!

  28. Deborah Belasco says

    I find so much inspiration from you! I have been an artist my whole life…mostly self-taught.
    My heart belongs to watercolors today but tomorrow it might be material or making small wooden houses! I am quite passionate about women issues such as violence against women and women who survive in spite of what life throws in their way. My series include “BATTERED AND BRUISED” and “WARRIOR WOMEN”. It is my goal to bring awareness to these two issues one painting at a time.

  29. Cheryl B says

    My favorite craft is quilting and I have a houseful of beautiful quilts, 2 sewing machines, and a closet full of beautiful fabrics to prove it!

  30. Deb H. says

    My favorite craft is embroidery. It is so relaxing to sit and stitch. I am not a huge fan of counted cross stitch…takes too much concentration, but I love stitching vintage designs. One of my favorites get incorporated into a pretty child’s quilt, Betsy’s Closet in Stitches.

  31. Melissa says

    I love many crafts, but my favorites are weaving, crocheting, bookbinding and sewing. Paper is my favorite craft supply because it’s pretty versatile and its pretty patterns inspire me.

  32. Gretchen Neal says

    Oh my GOODNESS!! I did not know Mollie Makes was available in the US!!! This just made my night! I can not wait to get one in my hands!! My favorite craft supply…..well I am actually a CRAFT SUPPLY ADDICT! I LOVE LOVE LOVE all craft supplies. I make any and everything, so if it is a supply, then I probably have it!!! Thanks for the chance at such an awesome giveaway!!!

  33. catherine s says

    love my big shot…not can it do wonders with paper, but other items too (cork, leather, foil, thin metal, acrylic, etc…) LOVE IT! Thanks for the chance to win an awesome subscription!!!

  34. Piroska Blanchette says

    My favourite craft is crochet. It is so versatile, and I love making everything from the most delicate lace doilies to thick afghans, to dolls and toys for my little grand-daughter.

  35. Karen Propes says

    I love all crafts, quilting, jewelry making, sewing, crafting with and for kids. I have seen Mollie Makes in the stores and it looks fabulous.

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