Ashly recreates the quirky New York basement apartment of Kimmy from The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
I am a big fan of Kimmy from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt series. She's vibrant, positive and her living space reflects this. While Kimmy's apartment style feels somewhat random, it is all tied together with aquas, pinks, golds and interesting textures. It just made sense to find projects that follow suite
- Pants - Love Culture
- Long Sleeve Shirt - Jones New York via Macy's
- Kaftan Top - Marshall's
- Shoes - Style & Co via Macy's
- Belt - Target
- Sunnies - Claire's
- Bracelets - Handmade in Mali, West Africa
- Earrings - Macy's
- Necklace Top - Wet Seal
- Necklace Middle - from Nepal
- Necklace Bottom - DIY (see below)
DIY Tribal Necklace
Recreate the look with Sheena's Tribal Necklace tutorial:
For most people, the best thing about Salt Lake City is the seriously kickin' skiing and snowboarding, as well as some of the best rock climbing, hiking/trail running and mountain biking in the world being just a short drive away. But there are a whole lot of fun things to do here that don't involve going outside, and a subset of the population who doesn't even consider themselves to be athletic or “outdoorsy” having a great time going to various art gallery events &/ or living the bar scene.
Come behind the scenes at RedAgape and tour Amanda's craft room and office in Dubbo, Australia.
My favourite thing about this space is the different zones for working on a variety of tasks! I have a craft area, a study area and a computer zone. Not to mention lots of storage with build in cupboards and open shelving.
Jessy gives Alice In Wonderland an urban makeover for DIY The Look.
Time to drag Alice out of the 1800's and into the rocker chic era.
Cook an Italian chocolate cake, Goan style mussels & blood orange jelly with Isaacs Restaurant in Cork, Ireland.
Sidekick Pam is trying out a Chewing Gum Making Kit from Glee Gum in today's Craft Test and readers in the US can win their own kit too by clicking below.
We head to Derby, England to meet longtime member Britta who gets excited about new crafts and keeps changing what she's doing!
How did you find CO+K and why did you join?
I joined Cut Out + Keep 7 years ago in 2008 so I can't remember how I found the site! I probably just searched the internet for 'How To's and one of your tutorials popped up. I joined to keep track of all the cool things I wanted to make and began photographing things I made to share back with the community.
What projects are you currently working on?
I'm planning to do a set of carved stamp illustrations for an epic poem retelling of Little Red Riding Hood that I wrote, and I'd like to make a quilt with all the pieces of cotton I tie-dyed with indigo when I made my Zipped Silk Bag project.Read the rest of the interview »
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We chat to Marisa, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to make Charming Chopstick Cases.
Hi, I'm Marisa, a Canadian craft designer, author, blogger and shop girl. I currently live in a small lakeside town in Ontario where I write, craft and run a sweet online shop.