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Posted July 23rd, 2010 14:10

As whacky and original as it's author Pip Lincolne, Meet Me At Mike's invites you to step in to her creative world.

Filled with 26 projects for making a range of quirky accessories, homeware and clothing, all the patterns you need are included. Make some Phoney Flowers, a Fabric Backgammon Board, Flower & Bird Coasters, Hand-Printed Friendship Hankies, a Mini Quilt and an ornate Ephemera Mobile.

Invite your friends over for a craft night or indulge in some solo crafty fun at home with Meet Me At Mike's.

You can pick up a copy of the book from Hardie Grant Publishing »







Posted July 22nd, 2010 10:30

Did you use to play with pick up sticks when you were in Primary School? Now you can make your own!

Check out the how-to from Chez Beeper Bebe »



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Posted July 21st, 2010 13:00

Fresh from the streets of New York, Amy's Bread is adored for it's artisan baking and with their cookbook, you can bring the taste of their West Village bakery in to your kitchen.

Teaching the art and "magic" of making good bread with secrets and tips, the book includes recipes for making a variety of classic breads, along with pizzas, sandwiches and sweet bread. Bake a Big Beautiful White Pan Load, a French Baguette, Cinnamon Raisin Bread, Crispy Bread Sticks, French Rye, versatile Pizza Crust, Chocolate Cherry Rolls and many other breads.

With over 50 recipes to try out, fill you home with the delicious smell of freshly baked bread.

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





Posted July 21st, 2010 11:58

We love cake pops and these vintage hen ones look so cute - almost too cute to eat!

Check out the recipe of The Decorated Cookie »





Posted July 20th, 2010 13:36

You don't often see lockets on rings but they look really good and now you can make your own!

Check out the how-to from Little Miss Momma »





Posted July 20th, 2010 12:39

You don't have to be a rich girl to have fabulous accessories because with Eithne Farry's new book Lovely Things To Make for Girls of Slender Means you can learn how to make your own.

Having a small budget doesn't mean you have to go without, turn to your creativity to recycle and revamp what you already own. The book will teach you all the basic crafts you need to know and provides inspiration for dozens of wonderful projects suitable for every season of the year. Make some Origami Earrings, a Ping-Pong Ball Necklace and Square Lavender Bags in spring; a Sun Hat, Reversible Beach Bag, Sunglasses Case and Beach Bunting for the summer; Pom-Pom Garters, a Bellboy Hat, Flowered Capelet and a Telly Bag Charm for autumn; and finally Reversible Mittens, Giant Bows and Ear Muffs to get you through the winter.

Always be in season and bang on trend with DIY fashion that will ensure you're never caught in the same outfit as someone else.

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





Posted July 20th, 2010 10:46

CO+K crafters are in good company. Did you know that actress Amanda Seyfried loves to dabble in a bit of DIY?

In a recent issue of Teen Vogue, a journalist going to meet Amanda revealed:

"... her signature glamourously wavy blond hair peeking out from a mustard-yellow cable-knit cap that she made herself. In a bag on the table is a DIY dog-collar kit for Finn, her-blue eyed Australian shepherd who lies lazily at her feet."

And if you love her Miu Miu shoes from the photo shoot, you can make your own with Stacie G's how-to »

You can read the complete interview with Amanda online at Teen Vogue »





Posted July 19th, 2010 12:47

A collaboration between Harry Eastwood, Gizzi Erskine, Sal Henley and Sophie Michell, Cook Yourself Thin promises a "delicious way to drop a dress dize". By swapping ready meals, take-out and processed snacks for simple home cooked recipes, you can cut down your calories without cutting out the taste.

Offering low-calorie variations of classic dishes means you don't have to go without your favourite foods to lose weight. Cook up some Sweetcorn Fritters with Avocado & Bacon for breakfast; Virgin Bloody Mary Soup or Sesame-Crusted Halloumi Salad for lunch; Mexican Burgers, Spice-Crusted Salmon or Luxury Fish Pie for dinner; and a Chocolate & Orange Tiramisu, Lemon Meringue Mess or Beetroot Chocolate Fudge Cake for dessert. There's even low-calorie drinks including Elderflower Iced Tea and Mandarin Bellinis.

Control what goes in to your food and control your waistline at the same time by cooking yourself thin.

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



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