Glinda has added an excellent how-to for making a Button Necklace to Cut Out + Keep.
She was the first member, who wasn't me, to post a project and, luckily, she didn't find too many bugs or problems with the adder.
We want to make it perfect before we launch it properly, so if you have a project, with step-by-step photos, that you would like to add to the site, send me a message.
Thanks so much to Jess on How about orange.. for pointing out this fabulous Hollywood Hair Makeover from Instyle. Upload a photo of yourself and then try out different celebrities' hair to see which one you suit, it's quite addictive.
Tired of the people you live with not pulling their weight?
Chore Buster is a website that allows you to type in all the chores that need to be done in your house and the people who should be doing them. It will then create a weekly chart, stating what chores need to be done, by which people on what day. It will even e-mail out a list of weekly or daily chores to each person. It's time to make things fair again!
Thread Banger have teamed up with YouTube to bring a bit more DIY style to school uniforms. If you think you're school is a bit more geek than chic, check out the competition to win your school a DIY uniform makeover.
I think Barbie would just die for this Heart Shaped Sink. It would look so pretty in a pink bathroom, with some heart shaped soaps and sponges. What do you guys think? (Via Tendir.)
I don't know about you, but I think bacteria looks awfully cute in knitted form.
So why not make your own with this great Bacteria Knitting Pattern from Loxosceles »
It's starting to get cold outside, so what better way to warm up your digits than a toasty hand warmer tucked away in your pocket.
Sonnetofthemoon has posted these hand warmers, with a mini-tutorial in the comments, on craftgrrl.
The Skull Toaster has to make the punkiest breakfast around.
Not only does it look great, but it burns skulls in to the bread. Rocking!
Althea Merback's Bug Knit, itsy bitsy creations are almost too tiny to believe.
At 1/12th of the scale, her range of socks, gloves and sweaters are as small as a penny. So cute!