Chelsea from Farm Fresh Therapy recreates the style of TV Host and designer Emily Henderson's home:
Emily Henderson has taken the design world by storm since winning Season 5 of HGTV's Design Star back in 2010. Her eclectic easy going style is reflective of her fun and quirky personality seen in her daily blogging. Her interior design and styling work always leave me in awe- I simply can't get enough of her colorful, bold, vintage yet modern with a touch of rustic style. Often embellished with original flea market finds or DIY projects- I still have yet to see a room she has designed that I haven't wanted to move into right away! She is definitely one of my top design idols!
- Hair Braids - DIY (see below)
- Dress - Romwe
- Necklace - Romwe
- Watch - Style Girl
- Vest - Forever 21
- Shoes - Just Fab
Recreate the look with Linda's milkmaid braids hair tutorial:
Every corner you turn in Liverpool you will see hints to its history, to its religion and to the continued development of its cultural celebrations.
We go behind the scenes at Mayholic in Crafts, to tour May's craft room in West L.A. where she makes handmade cards.
My favorite thing about the space is a full long wall of windows. That makes me enjoy the views while crafting. I also love that my craft space is located in the living room so that I’m so close to all the action that goes on in my place.
Rosie from DIY Couture recreates the desert-chic style of comic book character Tank Girl:
What's not to love about Tank Girl. Once described as "Mad Max designed by Vivienne Westwood; Action Man designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier" she's a rude, kind hearted anarchist with a mutant kangaroo for a boyfriend. Her clothing is a little bit riot grrrl, a little bit 80s hair metal. As well as looking cool, her clothing is extremely practical. It's all about hard wearing fabrics and plenty of utility pockets. I love you Tank Girl.
We head to Betty Blythe vintage tearoom in London to learn how-to make homemade lemonade and a bergamot teacup crème caramel.
Allison from Quiet Lion Creations recreated the look of Taylor Swift and gives her a bohemian beauty makeover:
The great thing about Taylor Swift is her natural beauty. With minimal makeup and that great curly hair, her style is all about All-American glamour. I wanted to give her style a makeover to something more moody, more gypsy-esque. I think that it would be a great contrast from her otherwise sweet, girl-next-door persona!
Sailesh is a freelance digital designer by profession, but his heart lies in doodling. He currently spends his allotted doodling time, on an iPad, using the Paper by 53 app. It’s a challenging yet satisfying experience.
He encourages everyone to give art a go, especially on the Paper app, as he curates a #MadeWithPaper blog celebrating artwork created on the app by other artists - fuckyeahmadewithpaper.tumblr.com is where you can find it.
Follow Sailesh on Twitter! - @SaileshVaghela
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- Striped menswear button-down shirt - thrifted, with a DIY Peter Pan collar (see below)
- Charcoal high-waisted shorts - Forever 21
- Black crocheted tights - Betsey Johnson
- Black studded oxford flats - c/o Le Bunny Bleu
- Silver cameo necklace - from my Italy trip a few years ago; a gift from a friend
Thrifted Mens Shirt With Diy Peter Pan Collar
Recreate the look with Erica's Peter Pan collar shirt tutorial: