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We head to North Berwick for this week's cocktail hour where we're mixing up winter warmers with NB Gin.

Erica from Sweets & Hearts recreates the look of Wednesday Addams for today's Halloween DIY The Look:

Though there isn't much written on her, Wednesday Addams is one of my favorite fictional characters of all time. She seems antisocial and has a fascination with all things creepy, but I like that she's also very intelligent and has a dark sense of humor. I love that her style is reminiscent of 1960's school girls, with an exaggerated pointed collar and classic Mary-Janes. I curated a few awesome tutorials I think Wednesday herself would rock in today's world. Just remember to carry around a headless doll, stick to a mostly black palette and try not to smile. Ever.

We head behind the scenes at Molliepop and tour Mollie's craft nook in Savannah, TN.

My favorite thing about the space is that there's lots and lots of natural night.

Glasgow, Scotland •

The first thing to note about Glasgow as Scotland's largest city is that every corner is it's own pocket world and entirely different vibe. The city centre is busy, bustling and vibrant, has all the shopping and attractions you'd expect of a metropolitain city. As the second oldest city in the UK, it has lots of fantastic old arcitecture, beautiful listed buildings and all you have to do is look up! Or better still, head to the Lighthouse and catch this view.

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We learn how-to do a long tail cast on for both left and right handed knitters with Edinburgh's Ginger Twist Studio.

Harley recreates the look of Harley Quinn from Batman for today's second Halloween DIY The Look:

The thing about Harleys look that I like the most is the chaos in it, it’s like every look she has dawned just screams "I’m a psychotic" and that’s what I like, being a pretty twisted individual myself I think it’s safe to assume that I’m honest when I say: ‘nothing screams love me like being dowsed into pudding pie' I also don’t really know where I was going with that.... Enjoy the DIY the look of Harley the Queen and I wish you all a very happy Halloween.

Leah recreates the costume of Edward Scissorhands for today's Halloween DIY The Look:

I guess that, everyone who saw the movie, loves Edward character. His style is opposite to his fragile personality. There’s a little bit of everything: gothic, steampunk, rock… Black leather mixed with lot of belts, studs,messy black hair, combat boots and of course scissorhands.All you need is a black moto jacket or corset, leather pants, or as alternative leggings or shorts, belts, boots and do not forget scissor accessories to score the whole look. You can’t leave out his messy hairstyle and the most important – his sad face covered with scars.

Peggals puts together a look for a zombie bride costume for today's Halloween DIY The Look:

Zombies... I love them! From movies like Dance of the Dead, to T.V. shows like The Walking Dead, even books like Alice in Zombieland! I love them all. The thing about them is that it really could happen. Haha, well possibly. They're fun to dress up as, fun to watch, even low budget zombie films are good because you can get a good laugh out of them (if you're into that kind of thing haha). They're the undead, and you don't need brains to be able to act like one! ;) haha. I don't think I could specify one exact thing that makes me like them, I just do.. The best thing about dressing up as a Zombie is that you don't have to pick one exact thing, you could be a zombie cheerleader, business man, a zombie bride or groom, a zombie astronaut, scientist, rockstar, anything under the sun, or moon haha. I just really love zombies. I've got my zombie apocalypse plan.... Have you got yours? :)

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We learn how-to decorate Lego Wonder Woman Cookies with Elisa from Confetti Cakes in New York City.

Learn how-to rotary cut fabric with Lori from Girls In The Garden and then put your skills to the test with her patchwork potholder tutorial:

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