Kristina J recreates the look of fashionista and star of The City, Olivia Palermo:
Olivia Palermo's street style has always inspired me. She keeps it classy while playing to her fun-loving strengths. Whether she's wearing flats and a sweatshirt or glamming it up in the latest Vera Wang gown, Olivia knows how to dress to the nines and still look approachable. Create your own Palermo look with these DIY tutorials that reflect her style.
Make the perfect chocolate ganache with Mademoiselle Macaron in Edinburgh.
I'm a recent graduate with a degree in Illustration trying to draw for a living! I paint mostly in watercolor and my favorite things to paint are ladies with attitude, pretty clothes, and nature. I try to empower women through my art and I hope to get into the fields of fashion illustration and children's books! When I'm not painting, I'm working retail, going to thrift stores, and watching anime. I'm honored to be featured on Cut Out and Keep!
- Cape - I made it! Modified pattern, based on New Look #6916, using Linton Tweeds fabric
- Jumpsuit - Miss Selfridge
- Tights - Topshop
- Shoes - Ted Baker
- Necklace - Tatty Devine
- Rings - Vintage and family
- Bag - Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
- Bow - DIY using Liberty fabric (see tutorial)
Put A Bow On It
Recreate the look with Elaine's bow tutorial:
We head to yarn shop & cafe The Purple Purl in Toronto, Canada this week to learn how-to knit a purly fog cup cozy.
The best thing about living in Stourbridge, is that it's a historic market town, and even though it's a small, it is packed with all kinds of shops to cater for everyone's needs and likes.
A simple craft room wouldn't be enough to contain Mark Montano's creativity so he's got a whole craft house to work in and we head to Los Angeles to have a peek inside it.
I love that it's separate from my main house which was built in 1914. It's a mini replica of the main house so it fits on the property perfectly. This is the first time in my life I could create a space just to create and it's magical. I get to walk through a garden path to get there and since it's about 100 feet away, I really feel like I'm going somewhere special.
MacKenzie from Encourage Fashion recreates the look of Hollywood starlet and fashion designer Nicole Richie:
As a fashion enthusiast, I have always looked to certain celebrities for some much needed fashion advice. Nicole Richie is definitely one of them. Her boho style and having no fear to rock whatever she likes has been an inspiration. I've picked out a few projects that remind me of Nicole Richie and her chic boho lifestyle.
We head under the streets of London to learn how to bake lamingtons with the Attendant, a trendy cafe in a refurbished Victorian toilet: