Make some gooey chocolate brownies and stuffed portobello mushrooms with Food For Friends in Brighton, England.
Bria from Naturally Erratic recreates the effortless make-up of actress Keira Knightley and gives her a bold colourful makeover.
I love Keria's style because she always looks effortless in every genre of fashion she wears.
We're testing out the Dremel Home Decor Kit in this week's Craft Test. The kit includes the Dremel Engraver and a Glue Gun 930, opening up a world of possibilities for getting crafty at home. We've got two Dremel Home Decor Kits up for grabs for our readers in the UK and all you have to do is click below to enter!
You can pick up your own Dremel Home Decor Kit from Dremel Direct or the Tool Shop.
Victoria recreates the stylish home of Martha Stewart.
Weather you love Martha Stewart or hate her, you can't deny she's got decorating down pat. I've always been in love with her simple and classic decor style that always manages to include lots of natural light no matter what the room. It's hard not to imagine yourself snuggled up with a good book in most of her rooms, so it was with this in mind that I designed the Martha Sunroom.
- Top - DIY (see below)
- Kimono - Dotti
- Skirt- Chicabooti
- Boots - London Rebel
- Necklaces - Lovisa
DIY Scallop Hem Top
Recreate the look with Zoe's scallop hem top tutorial:
We're getting spicy in this week's Cocktail Hour and experimenting with Bloodshot Vodka to mix up Bloody Mary cocktails and salsa.
The best thing about living in Kilmarnock in my opinion, is being able to split time between the independent and big name retailers in town and then go a short journey to wide open spaces and fresh air. King Street is the best place to shop for those latest 'must-haves', whereas Bank Street and College Wynd are ideal for a leisurely stroll into independent gift, home and clothes stores where you will find those items that you must have, even if you didn't know that you needed it in the first place!