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This is such a cute idea for creating fabric word decor for your walls.

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Mmm these cupcakes are topped with blueberry cream cheese frosting.
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Improv Sewing by Nicole Blum and Debra Immergut features "101 fast, fun, and fearless projects" for making a gorgeous collection of accessories for you, your home and wardrobe. To celebrate we've got a sample project from the book or making a birds in flight headboard and a copy of the book to giveaway.

Win A Copy Of The Book (Worldwide)

For your chance of winning a copy of the book, simply leave a comment below telling us what the most fearless sewing project you've ever made was?

Congratulations to Sandra L.

Birds In Flight Headboard

Top your cupcakes with these gorgeous little flags.
Check out the how-to from Poppytalk »

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Make any shoes adorable with a pair of shoe clips.

Check out the how-to from Skunkboy Blog »

The New York Times: 36 Hours is a fantastic travel book with ideas and trips to fill 150 Weekends in the USA and Canada.

Somtimes traditional guidebooks can add more hassle to planning. Overwhealming the reader with a huge list of attractions and restaurants in tiny print, it can be hard to decide what to do and in which order. 36 Hours seems like the perfect solution to this.

The book features 150 different destinations across the USA and Canada (larger cities are divided into districts). In each, the writer has provided an itinerary for an overnight stay, adding up to roughly 36 hours. Instead of just listing what's available, you join the author on their ideal trip - knowing that traveling between destinations (and somewhere to eat nearby) has been taken into account. Even better, the book tends towards more unusual and unique sights, without spending time explaining the obvious tourist spots.

The mix of destinations ranges from city trips (New York contains 5 trips - one for each borough) to the Grand Canyon, Lake Tahoe, Alaska and Honolulu. Each section (around 4 pages) contains photos, maps and relevant information about 10-12 attractions.

36 Hours is not only practical, but an inspiring way to plan your next trip!

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

Revamp a plain Ikea lamp with some gorgeous fabric.

Check out the how-to from Floating On Cloud9 »

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