The follow up to Face Food by Christopher D Salyers is out and this time Face Food Recipes will teach you how to create your own adorable bento boxes.
Featuring food in the shapes of comic book heros, anime & cartoon characters and cute animals, Face Food will transform any boring lunch box in to a piece of art. Turn eggs, ham and nori in to Mice Rice, ham in to Astro Boy, eggs in to Pokemon, fish cakes in to Spiderman, veggies in to a hungry caterpillar and rice with curry in to Honeybees.
These dishes are almost too cute to eat but if you want to spice up lunchtime or cheer up someone's day, this book will show you how.
Our latest Crafty Superstar is author Nelly Pailloux and all of this week, she'll be teaching us how to make adorable little plushies.
Cinnamon rolls always smell amazing and these look like the perfect ones! Yummy.
Check out the recipe from Pioneer Woman.
These crochet baby booties will turn any baby in to a little monster.
Check out the pattern from Needyl.
A real winter warmer, this cheesecake with real whisky sauce is sure to spice up any cold day.
Check out the recipe from Buns In My Oven.
Cath Kidston's kitschy style is so recognisable and iconic, that you can spot one of her designs across a room. With her new book Sew!, you'll find a selection of fabulous projects that you can make at home using her fabric and prints.
The book comes complete with all the supplies needed to make the adorable shoulder bag on the cover, as well as the patterns you need to make 39 other fantastic projects. Stitch some adorable Egg Cosies, Lavender Bags, a cosy Quilted Hottie water bottle cover, Knitting Bag and delightful Bird Mobile.
The book included helpful diagrams and photos explaining all of the sewing skills you'll need. Warm up your sewing machine and sew some adorable accessories that would make any domestic goddess proud.
Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:
Sew a simple cushion cover, knit a fisherman's net fringed wrap, suck on vampire blood lollipops, mold a papier mache piggy bank, decorate remembrance day poppies, munch on a quinoa salad, make a no-sew fleece blanket, crochet a panda hat, create a shell mobile, cook with leftover pumpkin seeds, make mini pencils for dolls, bake monster & yummy mummy cupcakes and Stargate cookies, embellish a party dress, create a button bracelet or large loops copper bracelet, sew an Operation game costume, turn a lightbulb in to a reed diffuser, stencil a t-shirt, turn bottle caps in to a cheers bracelet and make recycled napkin rings.
Just in time for Christmas, here's a tutorial for tying the perfect bow!
Check out the how-to from Paper Source.
If you're a fan of peanut butter then you will love these peanut butter cup bars.
Check out the recipe from Stylish Cuisine.
Turn a penny in to a gorgeous antique looking pendant. This project wont break the bank!
Check out the how-to from Just Something I Made.