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Posted February 8th, 2011 14:13

These heart shaped red velvet whoopie pies are the perfect Valentine's treat.

Check out the recipe from Annie's Eats »

Posted February 8th, 2011 13:15

Where better to sip a quick cocktail in New York than it's landmark restaurant The Four Seasons?

In their new Book Of Cocktails, the bartenders share their tips, techniques and recipes for more than 1,000 drinks. Whip yourself up everything from a Terminator Cocktails and Rum Nutshaker shot to a Chateau Martini or a frozen Chocolate Almond Freeze.

There's certainly something to tickle everyone's tastebuds with drinks sure to make you feel like your at the Four Seasons.

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

Posted February 7th, 2011 10:40

Got a wall in need of some love? Glam it up with an awesome DIY bubble wreath.

Check out the how-to from CB2 »

Posted February 6th, 2011 13:37

These stained-glass cookies look fantastic!

Check out the how-to from I Can Teach My Child »

Posted January 22nd, 2011 15:27

Intricate, ornate and beautiful, paper-cutting is a delicate art. Creative Paper Cutting will teach you the art and features projects for every skill level, making it easy to add a touch of paper art to your home.

All the techniques are presented with easy to follow step-by-step instructions, so it's really easy to get started. Once you've mastered the skills, get stuck in to the projects section to create a range of gorgeous crafts including a pink ballerina cup and penholder, snowflake wrapping paper, Hawaiian lei decorations and a tea time mobile.

Charming and versatile, master the art of paper-cutting to add a touch of delicate detail to your crafting.

You can pick up a copy of the book now from Shambhala »

Posted January 17th, 2011 15:38

Comedy genius Amy Sedaris is back with a new book Simple Times, dedicated to kitschy make-do-and-mend crafts for the poor.

Featuring pages full of projects for a variety of weird and wacky crafts, learn to do everything from magic tricks and stretches before crafting to baking fudge and safe practice in the craft room. Comedy aside, there are some awesome projects in this book including a penny bookmark and pom pom golf club covers in the unreturnable gift giving section, a bottle cap castanets for crafting under the influence, and a hobo fire in a can and budget tool rack to help you experience the joy of poverty.

Mixing comedy and crafting, this is both a hilarious read and helpful craft book at the same time.

You can pick up a copy of the book now from the Hachette Book Group »

Posted January 16th, 2011 13:18

Cosy up your home with some faux cardboard logs for your fire.

Check out the how-to from Design Sponge »

Posted January 13th, 2011 16:26

These moustache lollipops would be perfect for a costume party!

Check out the recipe from Prudent Baby »

Posted January 11th, 2011 13:25

Brighten up your shoes with a cute pair of shoe clips.

Check out the how-to from Craft Snob »

Posted January 7th, 2011 11:39

Yum, these lavender and lemon cookie sandwiches sound delicious!

Check out the recipe from Shoplifting In A Ghost Town »

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