Here's a great tutorial for making multilayered stencils, so that you can use a variety of colors.
Posted May 20th, 2010 10:31
Posted May 15th, 2010 13:27
Give your food a bit of glitz & glam with DIY candy gemstones.
Posted May 14th, 2010 21:30
Our latest Crafty Superstar is fashionista Audrey Kitching, who has been posting DIY couture all week long.
Posted May 14th, 2010 17:20
Nothing makes a home feel cosier than hand-stitched accessories, Home Sweet Sewn by Alice Butcher & Ginny Farquhar is filled with dozens of kitchy and sweet decorations to fill your home with.
This book promises to teach you how to sew unique and personalized projects to accessorize your home. Stitch some lovely linen, which is sure to give you sweet dreams; keep organized with a pin-striped planner, sew patchwork Tree Of Life pillows, embroider some scrapbooks and stitch a lovely strawberries & cream picnic blanket.
Filled with all the techniques and patterns you need, choose from 20 beautiful sewing projects to make your house a home.
Readers can order Home Sweet Sewn for the special price of £9.50 (RRP £14.99) with free p&p (UK only). To order please visit RUCraft and quote code R11133 at the checkout.
Posted May 12th, 2010 11:03
Keep all your notes, coins and cards organized with a quilted wallet.
Posted May 11th, 2010 16:26
More than just food, The Artful Cupcake by Marcianne Miller will teach you how to bake and decorate delicious indulgent pieces of edible art.
Featuring recipes for a huge range of cupcakes, there's a treat for every occasion. Bake some delicious Maple Walnut Streusel Cupcakes, dripping Chocolate Ganache Cupcakes, Ricotta Cheese Cupcakes, Classic Lemon Cupcakes encased in meringue, and sparking Silver Solstice Sparklers.
Promising recipes that look as good as they taste, this is a must-have cookbook for any sweet tooth.
Posted May 11th, 2010 16:11
Awesome new site Manmade DIY has an awesome how-to for making crunchy, homemade potato chips in your microwave.
Posted May 11th, 2010 15:52
With over 177 miles of subways, underground tunnels, and deserted quarries under the city of Paris, graffiti artists, painted and creative vandals have taken on the task of transforming these hidden spaces in to a secret urban art gallery.
Paris Underground from Mark Batty Publishing explores these eye-catching spaces that have been painted, carved, scribbles and crafted, looking at the culture and motivation of these anonymous artists and their work, which may have otherwise went unseen.
See a side of France that you never new existed and take an inside look at this secretive art scene.
Posted May 10th, 2010 17:41
If you're a fan of Desperate Housewives then you will love this Bree Van De Kamp plushie that Ksenya in Israel knitted.
Posted May 9th, 2010 12:55
New York City is famous for it's tall buildings, bright lights and fast paced lifestyle. I Lego N.Y. by Christoph Niemann illustrates life in the city with everyone's favorite building blocks, Lego!
Using simple Lego blocks to represent elements such as a famous Nathan's hot dog, Donald Trump's hair, yellow taxi cabs and the congestion at Holland Tunnel, this photo book is both charming and witty.
A great gift for any New Yorker or anyone who has ever wanted to visit, see this iconic city brick by brick.