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In the London Issue of Snippets, we've got 10 copies of the London Star Map up for grabs. The London Star Map is a handy, pocket-sized map, which contains the addresses of celebrity homes, film locations, famous landmarks and celebrity hangouts.

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Our latest Crafty Superstar was the fabulous Jennifer Perkins of the Naughty Secretary Club. Jennifer has shared an awesome selection of how-to projects for making jewelry out of common office supplies.

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We've added a new BETA feature to Cut Out + Keep called lists. These are a great way to stay organized and keeptrack of large numbers of projects.

Lists work a lot like favorites, but you can create as many different lists as you like. For example, wishlists, to-do / make lists, and gift idea lists, are great ways to keep track of projects you want to make later.

So the next time your browsing a project you want to remember, simply click the list button below the summary box.

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In the London Issue of Snippets we've got a contest to win a personalized brooch, for you or your loved one, by Love From Hetty & Dave.

The iconic heart brooches have been worn by the likes of Amy Winehouse, Jodie Harsh & New Young Pony Club, so you'll definitely be among the glitterati with this hot accessory!

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As an early Christmas present, the 13th issue of Snippets, The London Issue is online now!

This issue includes an interview and pom pom making with media darling Amy Lamé, comedy sketches with Adam Buxton, street fashion from the depths of Camden Market, a competition to win a star map, London Underground craft projects, a Pin Up Girl's Guide to London, an interview and brooch competition with Love From Hetty & Dave, and much much more...

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During the Cut Out + Keep office Christmas party we decided to try out the wonderful Brini Maxwell Christmas ornament kit that we had been sent. The kit includes everything that you need to make three lovely and kitschy ornaments, along with instructions to guide you through the process. The ornaments were relatively simple to make, but I think it would have been a lot easier if there were some photos to follow in the instructions.

Some of the embellishments were a little fiddly to add (but we had drank several glasses of Baileys beforehand). One tip: if you struggle to make the pins fit through the beads, use two pins in one bead.

The final ornaments look great and add a nice homemade touch to the tree (check out our photos). These kits would make great presents and would lead to a fun family-crafting hour on Christmas day.

You can pick up your own ornament kit from Felix Populi.

We've got a Brini Maxwell ornament craft kit and 2 copies of her book, Brini Maxwell's Guide to Gracious Living up for grabs in our holiday-themed craft contest. So kick off the new year in style, and enter your projects now.

For a chance of winning, simply enter your holiday-themed craft projects below. You can enter up to 3 times, so good luck!

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Why settle for a boring, techy laptop case when you could wrap your computer up in this adorable Etch-a-Sketch Laptop Case?!

It's so retro and cute.

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If you want to keep up to date with all the Cut Out + Keep happenings and projects that have been posted, you can now add us on Twitter.

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Our latest Crafty Superstars, the Chicks With Sticks want to teach you how-to knit. Check out their section for 3 wonderful projects that will get you started. Check them out now >>

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