11.09.2010

December Issue Has Arrived!

The wait is over! My copy of the December issue of Martha Stewart Living arrived in my mailbox today and, oh, it is a beauty. The magazine is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2011 and the December issue kicks off the festivities by harkening the holiday season in style. The issue has three covers and is packed with ideas for holiday entertaining, decorating (indoors and out), baking and cooking (of course) and offers plenty of crafts, plus tips for a homemade Hanukkah. I urge you to pick up a copy when you see it on the stands! Have a look at the three different covers, below.


10 comments:

Gabriela said...

Hello Andrew,

I was waiting for it! Love the cover with her on it, she looks fabulous!
Can't wait to see what's inside.


~ Gabriela ~

Kenn said...

I was SO hoping my issue would have arrived today... alas, I'll have to wait a bit longer! I love all three covers. A joyous year ahead celebrating 20 years of Living! Thanks for sharing, Andrew!

ANDREW RITCHIE said...

It really is a lovely issue: 20 years of holiday good things, plus a 20th anniversary brunch at Martha's house for key members of her staff. The three covers are great aren't they?

Lisa said...

I screamed when I found it in my mailbox today! (The screaming seems to be a monthly occurrence and the magazine a fail-proof pick-me-up.) The three covers were a delightful surprise. This is a bit weird, but the Martha Stewart magazine pages are my favorite smell in the world.

David said...

I'm jealous, don't have mine yet!

Swirly Designs said...

Is it one Magazine with three covers attached or three separate magazines?

ANDREW RITCHIE said...

Hi Swirly, It is one magazine with three different covers attached.

Pru said...

Oh I can't wait. The issues are appearing later and later in the UK and there is still no sign of the November issue! But this looks so good. Have you seen the little video of the brunch on the website, it was really good.

Anonymous said...

Hello, This is a message for Pru. I am a Martha fan in England and I have ordered my copy of Living through a small local newsagent. It isn't really early but it is regular and cheaper than Borders used to be - and they always get any special issues too. Btw, I noticed that WHSmith have started stocking it again and it seemed a little earlier. Hope this helps, Irene

CC said...

I love the bows on the cover! FLOMO makes them and they can be found at Duffin Dollar. Martha is truly the most creative lady in the world, where does she come up with these great ideas!? It's definitely in her DNA.