In our latest craft contest, we've got three copies of Cath Kidston's new book Sew! up for grabs.
The book also comes complete with all the supplies needed to sew the adorable bag on the front cover. For your chance of winning, simply enter any stitched accessory craft projects that you've sewn.
Warm up with a hot bowl of pumpkin soup this Autumn.
Check out the recipe from Gracious Rain.
Here's a simple recipe for making your own homemade lotion bars.
Check out the recipe from Little House In The Suburbs.
If you see yourself as a bit of a foodie, then The Polymer Clay Cookbook by Jessica & Susan Partain is filled with adorable miniature nibbles that you can make and wear.
A cookbook with a difference, you'll learn everything you need to know about working with, moulding and cooking polymer clay. Whether you're a sweet tooth, fast food fanatic or a lover of world cuisine, this book has something for everyone. Complete with step-by-step instructions, make a pair of Glazed Cinnamon Roll earrings, a Sumptuous Sushi Platter necklace, Taco, Pretzel or Hamburger earrings, a Valentine's Day Conversation Hearts bracelet and a Swirly Lollipop pendant.
Cook up a clay storm in your kitchen and bake yourself some adorable accessories that would brighten up any outfit.
Check out a sample project from this book, Halloween Candy Corn Earrings.
You can pick up a copy of the book now from Random House.
It's the perfect season to tuck in to this yummy pumpkin torte.
Check out the recipe from Canary Girl.
Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:
Sew mini wallets, paint pretty Christmas baubles, make a spooky spider wreath from Halloween, use a map to cover a shelf, turn a scarf in to a skirt, dress up with bat ears, crochet cute flowers, bend a wire lamp shade, sew a scottie dog plushie, make your own crochet hooks, beautify yourself with an easy body scrub and rosewater, sew some felt Christmas decorations, knit mango mitts, make a clutch from tissue paper and revamp a sweater in to a drape front cardigan.
These personalised paper dolls are such a cute idea.
Check out the how-to from Nini Makes.
This armadillo cake is filled with red velvet cake, making it even more gory and delicious!
In a similar vein to the LOLCats and I Can Has Cheezburger books, Cake Wrecks by Jen Yates takes a look at when professional cakes go hilariously wrong.
Featuring a selection of cakes with typos, requests which were taken far too literally, icing disasters, frosting that looks like poo and extreme wedding cakes, you'll be laughing, gasping and trying not to be sick. Our favorites included a cake with the word "nothing" iced on (as in a cake with nothing on it), disturbing dead-looking baby cakes and Happy Berthday cakes.
Baking disasters are something that many crafters can relate to, but it really is a case of lost in translation for most of the cakes in the book and the fact that these mistakes were made by professionals just adds to the hilarity.
You can pick up a copy of the book from Andrews McMeel now.
This fish-in-a-bag soap looks very convincing.
heck out the tutorial from Candletech.