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Newport, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom •

The Isle of Wight offers plenty of variety within its 57 miles of coastline: as well as numerous beaches, you’ll find open countryside, woodland, towns, historical landmarks – all conveniently close together! Passenger ferries from Portsmouth (22 minutes by fastcat with rail links on both sides), Southsea (10 minutes by hovercraft to Ryde) and Southampton (25 minutes on the Red Jet to Cowes) make a day trip from the mainland a good option if you’re after a small taste of what the Island has to offer. But with hotels, guest houses, self-catering cottages and campsites available across the Island why not stay a while?

78 Queen St, Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 7005 • Visit Website »

Make a Bell & Bird Christmas Wreath in #ShopShowcase with Frangipani Fabrics in Sandy Bay, Tasmania.

We're mixing up treats with 58 Gin for today's #CocktailHour and making a 58 Carrot Cake, Elderflower Cobbler and Toblerone Martini.

Come behind the scenes at Revamperate and tour Holly's Long Beach office.

I love that the space is MINE. Although I have to share the office and the rest of our apartment with my boyfriend, I feel like my little craft corner is reflective of me and the little things I love - like my old camera collection, favorite photos and craft supplies!

Our Beauty Sidekicks are getting creative with nail decals from DIY Nails in today's #CraftTest and creating a range of manicures for you to try at home.

Our Sidekicks are getting crafty with knit kits from Wool And The Gang in today's #CraftTest and putting their own twists on each kit to make them unique.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Castle Street, Carlisle, CA3 8TP • Visit Website »

Join in with the Tullie Textiles craft club at Tullie House in Carlisle, England for #CraftInTheCity and learn how-to make felt flowers.

Meeting Details

Date & time: Second Sunday of the month, 2-4 pm
Address: Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Castle Street, Carlisle, CA3 8TP

Erin recreates the look of 1940's style icon and actress Anna Karina for #DIYTheLook

Anna Karina's style in the 1960's is iconic- effortless and feminine. I always envy her hairstyles and adorable outfits when I watch one of her films!

We're getting creative with custom cake stencils and toppers from Sophia Victoria Joy in today's #CraftTest and decorating a red velvet cake, pumpkin spice latte and frangipane tart.

Learn how-to add in seam pockets in #TechniqueTuesday with An from Straight Grain and then make her super simple skirt with lining.

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