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Cut Out + Keep creator, Cat Morley is our latest Crafty Superstar and she will be sharing her third hundred project here on CO+K and four other freshly crafted projects.

Check her out now >>

If ice cream wasn't indulgent enough, now you can make a chocolate chip cookie bowl to eat it from. At least there wont be any washing up!

Check out the recipe from Ruhlman.

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Snippets 15, the Summer Holiday is online now!

We've got an interview with too cool hip-hop artist Princess Superstar, a guide to throwing the perfect tea party, crafty advice from the stars with Mystic Medusa, cramp-kicking remedies and a free period chart from Vinnie, a handbag competition, DIY sunburn relief and much, much more...

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Turn those headlines in to something handy with a newspaper basket.

Check out the how-to from How About Orange.

You may think embroidery looks tricky but, as we discovered when we were sent a Sublime Stitching embroidery kit, it's as easy as can be.

From first look, you may feel overwhelmed and think your project will take ages to complete, but once you get started, it comes together really quickly. The kits come complete with all the supplies you need, including an adorable pair of pink embroidery scissors, a rainbow of embroidery floss, and iron-on ink patterns. Though the projects come with designs to use, the layout is completely up to you, so you can really get creative.

Just make sure to practice ironing on the transfers before you begin, because it can be a bit tricky. No doubt, by the time you've finished your kit, you'll be addicted and want to embellish everything you own with your newly acquired skills. Both addictive and therapeutic, it's a great hobby to pick up while watching TV or listening to crafty podcasts.

You can pick up your own kit now at Sublime Stitching.

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I bet these apple fritters taste delicious when hot out of the oven.

Check out the from Epicurean Escapism »

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In our latest craft contest, we've got five sets of Fiskars Fingertip Control Tools up for grabs. These include a pair of tweezers, a rotary cutter, a swivel knife and a cutting knife.

These tools make papercraft so easy that every crafter should have some. For your chance of winning, simply enter any of your papercraft craft projects. You can enter up to 3 times, good luck!

Enter your project now >>

Here's a great tutorial for stamping with bleach, perfect for cardmaking and papercrafts.

Check out the how-to from Paper Creations by Nicole.

Here are just some of the awesome projects posted on CO+K last week:

Sew a rubiks cube budy or new york cheesecake, get the burlesque look without taking off your clothes with a starstruck pasties tshirt, embellish your pumps in to kitty cat shoes, brighten up the garden with DIY stepping stones, accessorize with a fabric puff necklace or neck lush, bake a lime koolaid cake or the world's best brownies, sew a cat vs. fish tic tac toe pouch, pleat your hair into an inside out braid, or sip on some delicious rhubarb juice.

If you can't decide between baking cookies or brownies, then why not make both with this ingenious and delicious recipe.

Check out the recipe from King Arthur Flour.

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    shows of these type are screaming out loud that they are like halloweens and they are gonna rock up to halloween parties. I have got the discount coupons from...
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    Beautiful, this is my dream come true...
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    I would love to be a tester for that pen. I've been wondering if it really works. Vikkigalyean@yahoo.comLove
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    Thanks for sharing this Cat. I really enjoyed it. Some people I didn't recognise but some were very realistic. Would love to go there one day.Love
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    I notices Strawberry Shortcake Collection character Lemon Meringue and her pet Frappe' with her sewing machine I had the dolls but not the miniatures.