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Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:

Crochet a hot cross bun plushie and a my melody doll, sew a maribu cut off tee, papercut a ginkgo leaf lamp shade, sew a tea book organizer, bake a malted silk pie and some kisses biscuits, construct a fold up light studio, fold mini origami butterflies; an origami chick and a starburst candy wrapper heart, sew chicken wall art and a fairytale cottage, turn a tshirt in to a vest, learn how to do wire wrapping, construct a bamboo knife holder and decorate a dry erase menu planner, cook vegan pancakes and bake some Tiffany box cakes, crochet a bird, needle-felt a pair of bears, mould a tattoo style necklace and a polymer clay duck chick, dye your hair with a rainbow, and fold an origami coat.

Decorate your garden with these gorgeous butterflies.

Check out the how-to from Beautiful Things.

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Defend yourself with your own little crochet ninja.

Check out the how-to from Rheatheaylia.

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These cute little lamb name holders would be great for an Easter party.

Check out the how-to from Crafts For All Seasons.

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Our latest Crafty Superstar is Queen Bea, Julie Dawson and this week she's been sharing awesome burlesque diva tutorials.

Check out her Superstar projects here >>

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Super girly crafting, Fashion Origami by Eva Steele-Saccio will have you creating gorgeous paper outfits in just a few folds.

The book comes complete with all the materials you need to get started, including fashionable origami papers, sparkling embellishments and glue. Fold a flowery sundress, a glitzy purse, boutique style high heel shoes, a ruffled skirt, folding fan and fabulous party dress.

A kit for children and adults alike, it's time to fold, stick and embellish your own paper wardrobe.

Check out a sample project from the book, Origami Coat.

You can pick up a copy of the book now from Klutz.

Sew an adorable basket for your egg hunt this Easter.

Check out the how-to from Moda Bake Shop.

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The title Paper Cuts may bring up bad connotations of sore fingers and painful little cuts, but this book by Taylor Hagerty will teach you how to make a collection of decorative paper art pieces.

Including 35 inventive projects, this book will teach you everything you need to know about paper-cutting. Cut out some Tea Party Placemats, an intricate Alice In Wonderland themed Tea Party Centerpiece, gorgeous Flower & Butterfly Cards, some Initial Gift Tags, handy Feathered Friend Treat cones and a fantastic Ginkgo Leaf Lampshade.

Snip and slice yourself some delicate and intricate decorations and accessories.

Check out a sample project from the book, Ginkgo Leaf Lampshade.

You can pick up a copy of the book now from The GMC Group.

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These orange cupcakes would make a perfect spring treat.

Check out the recipe from Day To Day Wonderments.

With Easter just around the corner, it's the perfect time to learn the traditional Japanese papercraft of egg decorating and with this handy kit, you'll have everything you need to get started.

The kit comes complete with a wooden egg and stand, glaze, paint brush and a variety of eye catching origami papers. There is also a book which will teach you everything you need to know, with step-by-step instructions and also teach you a bit about the history of egg decorating.

Once you've mastered decorating the wooden egg, you can try out your skills on some real ones too. Happy Easter!

You can pick up your own egg decorating kit from The GMC Group now.

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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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