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Give your old frames a face lift with some yarn.

Check out the how-to from Centsational Girl.

Repurpose a ketchup bottle in to a pancake batter dispenser this Pancake Day.

Check out the post from Real Simple.

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Fold your lover some origami paper hearts for Valentine's day.

Check out the how-to from Kitty Baby Love.

Valentine's cards with a difference, give you lover a anatomical heart card this year.

Check out the post from Cheeky Magpie »

CO+K are away in New York this week, so we thought this cocktail was very fitting.

Check out the recipe from Eat Make Read.

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Show your home some love with these paper heart garlands.

Check out the how-to from How About Orange.

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Our latest Crafty Superstar is Cakespy Jessie Oleson and all of this week, she has been sharing her awesome recipes.

Check out her Superstar projects here >>

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Impress your Valentine with some origami roses.

Check out the how-to from Bloomize.

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Surprise your friends and family with these amazing rainbow pancakes this Shrove Tuesday.

Check out the recipe on I Am Mommy.

Hot off the London Fashion Week catwalk, Junky Styling are refashioning unwanted clothing in to high fashion couture and with their book Junky Styling: Wardrobe Surgery they're going to show you how you can too.

The book starts with an introduction and history of the design duo, showcasing previous collections and looking at the ethos and mission of the brand. The second part gets more hands on, teaching the techniques you'll need to design, deconstruct and reconstruct clothing, along with tips for hunting out the raw materials. Turn suit jacket sleeves in to a scarf, trousers in to a circle skirt or shirts in to a shirt wrap halter top. There are dozens of projects to get you started!

Full of inspiration and know-how, Junky Styling will have you looking at old and unwanted clothes with new eyes and revamping, reconstructing and redesigning them in to fashion that is good for the planet.

Check out a sample project from the book, The Fly Top.

You can pick up a copy of the book from AC & Black now.

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