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If you're a fan of Snickers then you will love these homemade bars!
Check out the recipe from How Sweet It Is »

Add a touch of summer to your drinks with flower and berry ice cubes!
Check out the how-to from Free People Blog »

Crochet an amazing stars & stripes pillow!

Check out the how-to from ASE Keepin' Creative »

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These seedy little bars look like a great snack to kick off your day!
Check out the recipe from Jess Thomson »

Celebrating Party Foods is packed full of recipes to suit any occassion, ensuring you'll be the best host or hostess ever.

We've got three copies of the book up for grabs along three sample recipes from the book including pumpkin dip, a cookies 'n' cream cake, and chocolate coconut fudge cream.

 

Win A Copy Of The Book (UK Only)

For your chance of winning, simply leave a comment below telling us what your favourite party food is? 

Congratulations to Lizzie M, Emily Phoenix and MischievousRaven. 

 

Pumpkin DipCookies ’N’ Cream CakeChocolate Coconut Cream Fudge

You can pick up a copy of the book now from The GMC Group now »

Make a gorgeous ASOS style matchstick necklace!
Check out the how-to from Quiet Lion Creations »

These confetti fire crackers would be perfect for the 4th of July!

Check out the how-to from How Does She... »

These coin cookies look amazing. We think they'd be a great party favour!

Check out the recipe from the Purl Bee »

Knit Along with Debbie Macomber is a pattern book featuring 18 portable projects you can take with you and knit anywhere. Perfect for summer holidays or crafting in the park.

We've got three copies of the book up for grabs along with a sample project to knit your own wedding veil.

Win A Copy Of The Book (UK Only)

For your chance of winning a copy of the book, simply leave a comment below telling us what your favourite projects to craft on the go are?

Congratulations to Helen W, Makani V and MischievousRaven.

Wedding Veil

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Make adorable personalised cups for your party guests!
Check out the how-to from fellowfellow »

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