Get soft and silky legs for spring with this homemade sugar scrub.
Check out the recipe from Petit Elefant.
As personalised and creative as can be, Painted Papers by Alisha Golden, will teach you how to decorate paper and use the sheets to create a range of wonderful projects.
The book included step-by-step tutorials for creating a variety of effects on plain paper. Learn how to dye, create paint washes, stencil, stamp, marble and create repeating patterns. Once your paper is ready, you an choose from a dozen eye-catching projects to make, including origami envelopes, a selection of bound books, a paper slipcase and a decorative box.
Get even more creative with your crafting and start from scratch, turning plain paper in to wonderful art.
In our latest craft contest, one lucky winner will receive a copy of the eBook, Crunchy Granola Charm by Yvette Doss, a strand of chunky "white turquoise" beads, and a chance to have her winning project featured in the second eBook, Crunchy Granola Charm II (which is already in the works). Three runners up will also get copies of the eBook. For your chance of winning, simply enter any jewelry craft projects that you've made below.
You can enter up to 3 times, good luck!
Here's a great tutorial for turning photographs in to silhouette artwork.
We've had red velvet cake and cupcakes, but now you can have red velvet cheesecake!
Add a bit of glamour to your home with this DIY chandelier ornament.
These pistachio macaroons would make a perfect addition to any lunch box!
Check out the recipe from Eat Make Read.
Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:
Mold a strawberry ice cream and a toast charm, sew an Easter chicken plushie, needlefelt a pumpkin and crochet a mushroom, stud your sneakers, bake some krispie kisses, crochet an Olympics gold medal and some wristwarmers, bake buttercrunch and vegan ceral bars, crochet some robots in love, sew a corset shirt or turn a t-shirt in to a short sleeve cardi, cook pumpkin ravioli and coconut and banana balls, sew plush candy, die tights with eggpaint and make a frayed ribbon necklace.
Turn a pillowcase in to an apron in 10 minutes.
Check out the how-to from our previous Superstar, Betz White!