Here's a lovely economically friendly project for sewing your own reusable make-up remover pads.
Check out the how-to from Sproutz.
Spanning their 15 year career, The House of Viktor & Rolf is an in-depth exploration through the work of Dutch fashion design duo, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren.
Famed for their eccentric and quirky designs, the book features over 400 shots, including design sketches, fashion photography and runway snaps. Showcasing all of their major collections, be inspired by the ballooned style of Atomic Bomb, the elegant decadence of Black Light, and the bright and beautiful Flowers collections.
The book also features a series of portraits, which give an insider's view of the designers. The designs may be far from practical, but they are nothing less than iconic and this book provides a comprehensive and inspring insight into their work.
The House of Viktor & Rolf by Caroline Evans and Susannah Frankel (Merrell Publishers, £35) is available from Amazon and bookshops nationwide.
Pizza eating has never been easier with these super yummy pizza bites.
Check out the recipe from Chaos In The Kitchen.
Here's a gorgeous holiday project for making art from light bright fairy lights which we think would look fantastic all year round.
Check out the tutorial from Casasugar.
Like being sent to a bootcamp for the 1950's pinup girl, CO+K attended two very unique and interesting workshops at Abacus Arts, near Elephant & Castle, in London last weekend.
1940's & 50's Hair & Make-Up Workshop with Ruby Rose
With 16 years experience in the health and beauty industry, Ruby Rose has styled many of today's top burlesque performers. In the first part of her class, the enigmatic Ruby taught us how to twist and curl our hair in to various 50's styles, while explaining the history behind the look of the time. It was a lot harder than it looked, but practice made perfect and by the end of the session, a sea of impressive 50's barnets had flooded the room. The second part of the class taught us how to achieve the perfect pinup look - with liquid eyeliner, rosy cheeks and scarlet lips. Ruby also offered sound advice for buying natural products and getting the most from our makeup collections. This session offered a chance to brush up on our techniques, ask for advice and leave with stylish 50's looks.
Fascinator Making Workshop with Tricia Cox
Tricia Cox is a trained milliner and for £45, she offers workshops where you can get expert knowledge and create your own hats and fascinators. At last weekend's four hour class, we were taught how to twist, cut and manipulate feathers; work with a wide range of embellishments; use a glue gun; stitch and construct personalized fascinators. A table was covered in the materials we needed, and the class swooned over the colorful and sparkly embellishments. Tricia was happy to spend one-on-one time with each attendee, making sure they were able to design and construct their accessories to perfection. Within a few hours, everyone had made two unique fascinators, but even more importantly, had gained the knowledge to take home and use again and again.
You can find out more about Ruby Rose on the Ruby Emporium, or book both classes on Tricia Cox's website.
This caramel cake looks simply heavenly - a sure way to beat the Monday blues.
Check out the recipe from Lottie & Doof.
Last night the 10,000th project was posted on Cut Out + Keep. The project was the Toilet Paper Roll Stamp by Sarah B.
Congratulations everyone, we're growing thanks to your hard work!
Here's a great idea for recycling pesky junk mail - turn it in to gift bags!
Check out the how-to from Junk Mail Gems.
These shortbread cookies look delicious and would leave your kitchen smelling wonderful.
Check out the recipe from Eat Make Read.