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Fiskars make two ranges of scissors, classic and non-stick. We road tested them both, to see what they had to offer.

Classic Scissors

Comfortable to hold, not only are these blades super sharp, but their tips are cut to a very fine, sharp point. These micro-tips allow for precision cutting, making the most detailed, delicate and smallest cuts possible. Ideal for working with stencils or in other papercrafts, these scissors would be any scrapbookers best friend.

Non-Stick Scissors

If you've ever tried cutting through stickers, tape or glued material, then you will know how annoying it is when your blades become clogged up and wont cut smoothly anymore. For that reason, you will love the new non-stick scissors range from Fiskars. Using the same technology as non-stick cookware, this design feature will make tidying up after sticky projects as simple as wiping the blades with a damp cloth.

These peanut butter pretzel bites are a great way of combining lots of delicious ingredients for a tasty mouthful.

Check out the recipe from Foodaphilia.

Here's a great tutorial for turning a boring normal ribbon is to a fancy French ruffled ribbon.

Check out the how-to from Cheeky Magpie.

In the latest episode of ThreadBanger you can learn how to make a pair of spats.

These rocky road brownies are sure to win your brownie points with whoever you feed them to.

Check out the recipe from A Dash Of Sass.

Indie rock band, Xiu Xiu have turned their attention to art and collaborated on a new book titled The Polaroid Project, which includes dozens of photographs that give an intimate and revealing look at the band.

By encouraging fans to bring polaroid cameras along to gigs and take photographs, the band have managed to document their tour in an innovative and unique way, capturing scenic shots, portraits and interesting finds on the road. Like an all access pass, it feels as though you can go backstage and get an insiders view of the band.

Perfect for any fan, a CD is included to listen to while you browse.

You can pick up a copy of the book from Mark Batty Publishing now. 

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Here's a great way to repurpose a cereal box - fold it in to a nifty hexagonal box.

Check out the how-to from Evil Mad Scientist.

These pistachio tuiles look like tasty little nibbles, not too sure how easy they would be to make though!

Check out the recipe from Pete Bakes!

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These little cats are adorable and made from towels - the perfect bath time friend.

Check out the how-to from Doll Maker.

These mason jar cupcakes look both adorable and delicious.

Check out the recipe from Joy's Hope.

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