There's a cute tute for making a bounding bunny pin, perfect for Easter!
Check out the pattern from allsorts.
Feeling a little glum while waiting for the summer to begin? Beat off those seasonal blues with some wholesome crafting and Felt Me A Smile by Tokyo Sugiwaka promises to do exactly that!
Filled with dozens of adorable projects to make and give, there's a craft suitable for every skill level. Stitch a masked cat cushion, needle-felt a pair of bears, stitch a wiener dog draft stopper, felt a fluffy kitten and crochet a dog in sheep's clothing soft toy. The book has all the templates you'll need, accompanied by step-by-step photographs.
Knit, stitch and felt yourself a menagerie of adorable creatures which will put a smile on your face every day.
Check out a sample project from the book, Pair Of Bears.
You can pick up a copy of the book now from Random House.
Turn a soda can in to a robot, make a birthday birdcage hanger, crochet a red felted basket or a kimonoed bear, learn how to frame embroidery in a hoop, cook a tuna casserole and cheese cookies, turn computer cable cord in to coasters, sew a 5-petal flower, embellish a button headband, make your own earring hooks and jump rings, paint your nails to look bloody for Halloween, sew a fun felt curtain and a red rose umbrella, fold some modular origami animals, make an earring holder, give yourself ancient Egyptian or yellow & pink fun makeup, sew a basic apron, make a colour wheel bracelet out of DIY dyed beads, sew a mario hat, give your top a makeover and make a glam flower object.
Tie dye some groovy Easter eggs!
Check out the how-to from Secret Agent Josephine.
These chalkboard books are such a clever idea.
Check out the post from Poppy Talk.
If you've ever had a dead computer on your hands, you'll know how frustrating it feels to have to get rid of it. Now you can get crafty and create a selection of awesome crafts with Randy Sarafan's 62 Projects To Make With A Dead Computer.
Filled with greek-tastic projects and ideas, you'll learn how to turn dead electronics in to a variety of accessories for your home, wardrobe and more. Turn keyboard keys in to buttons, a computer mouse in to a pencil sharpener or mouseracas, cable cord in to coasters, a floppy disk in to a notepad or a wall frame, and gears in to a clock.
Filled with 62 quirky ideas, you'll be looking forward to upgrading to your next computer!
Check out a sample project from the book, Cable Cord Coaster.
You can pick up a copy of the book now from Workman.
These raw lemon cookies look like a perfect treat for Spring.
Check out the recipe from Joyful Abode.
If you've ever wondered how tattoo artist Kat Von D cut's up her band t-shirts to look so cool, now you can make your own with this crafty video!
Having a St. Patrick's day party tonight? Bake some Guinness cupcakes with bright green frosting!
Check out the recipe from Shelterrific.
Make your own loose leaf tea bags, construct a mad hatter headband, sew a helicopter from scrap fabric or a reversible underbust corset, cut out a string of paper sakura flowers, make a leather chain necklace or a daisy chain headband, mold some matryoshka doll charms and a fruit loops necklace, decorate a spring deer wreath, crochet a little blue bird and an easy headband, turn candy in to hair clips, sew t-shirt coasters and a cloud of butterflies cushion, cook green tea heart cupcakes and a yogurt shake, turn trousers in to a high wasted pencil skirt or bandanas in to a mini skirt, bind a remember when book, construct a woven duck tape bag, sew a zipper bracelet and an onigri sushi pillow, make a pom pom sheep, sew some custom pin heads and make a duck tape hair bow.