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This could get addictive, make yourself a bubble wrap tie to wear to work and you'll have instant stress release at your fingertips!

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Seamstress extraordinaire, Amy Karol is back with a new sewing book which will teach you how to Bend The Rules With Fabric.

The follow up to Bend-The-Rules Sewing, this book will teach you how to stamp, print, dye and manipulate plain fabric to look exactly like you want it to and once you've mastered the tricks, there's a selection of tutorials for turning your personalised fabric in to awesome craft projects. Sew a plush doll with your face on, print your lunch bag with retro food packets, customise patches and print awesome band t-shirts.

Bend the rules with fabric and create something unique that you wont be able to find in the stores!

You can pick up a copy of the book now from Random House »

Make your own cheez-its, perfect for snack time.

Check out the recipe from ReadyMade »

Dress up with a tuxedo t-shirt.

Check out the how-to from How About Orange »

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Including everything you need to create elegant paper cut designs, Creating Kirigami is a must have kit for any papercraft lover.

The kit includes 50 sheets of colourful paper, 25 sheets of cardstock for making 3D kirigami and an illustrated book filled with all the techniques you need, with easy to follow step-by-step diagrams. Perfect for decorating your home, crafts and gifts, transform sheets of paper into a variety of designs including flowers, snowflakes, stars, diamonds and doilies.

Do something different with paper today and learn the intricate art of Kirigami!

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

Snap, crackle and pop, bake a batch of chocolate pop rock rice krispie treats.

Check out the recipe from Cupcake Project »

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A step-by-step course for first-time stitches, Sewing Machine Basics by Jane Bolsover aims to turn you in to a pro with your sewing machine.

The book is filled with all the techniques you need to learn from making patterns and bias binding to creating seams and choosing the perfect fabrics. Including 7 full-size pull-out patterns, easily sew yourself a lined tote bag, a-line skirt, a pair of sheer curtains and a bound-edges apron.

Don't leave your machine to gather dust in the corner while you cower in fear when it's so easy to master all the skills you need to be a pro!

You can pick up a copy of the book now from CICO book »

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We love this horse bike and it would be so easy to make with some wire!

Check out the full post on Design Boom »

Perfect for St. Patrick's Day, indulge with a Guinness ice cream float.

Check out the how-to from Man Made DIY »

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Take advantage of the windy spring weather with a simple paper kite.

Check out the how-to from Maya*made »

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