Susie creates her perfect Earth Hour Party for today's #DIYTheParty
Earth Hour is a yearly event in March where people around the world turn off their lights for an hour to show they care about the future of the planet. My Earth Hour party would be all about candlelight, chatting, board games, yummy vegan snacks and recycled decorations. I'd love to include a fun, eco-friendly craft too, like making upcycled planters, to keep the spirit of Earth Hour alive when the party's over.
We're experimenting with Kendal Mint Cake Liqueur from the Lake District for today's #Cocktail Hour and mixing up a Kendal Mint Flip, After Eight Martini and a Kendal Mint Pudding.
Learn how-to get started with drawing, stretch canvas and make a faceted clay pendant in #ShopShowcase with Wet Paint in St Paul, Minneapolis.
Come behind the scenes at The Surznick Common Room for a #CraftRoomTour and see Sarah's Pittsburgh office.
Our favorite thing about the office is our craft supply pegboard. It's bright and colorful, and the "HELLO!" at the top is always a nice welcome when we enter the room. Having a lot of our supplies visible and readily available keeps us excited to work on different projects.
This week our Sidekicks are trying out the Kinkajou Bottle Cutter from Bottle Cutting Inc in #CraftTest and making a cut bottle candle and set of glittering bottle glasses.
Amy recreates the look of anime, Cardcaptor Sakura for #DIYTheLook
Sakura Cardcaptors is one of my favourite animes, which I watched every morning on TV when I was younger. Sakura’s costumes are iconic, and the fact that in the show they were made by her friend makes it very relevant to Cut out and Keep. Her style is feminine and fun, unlike anything people normally wear! The costumes were a big influence on my later interests in Lolita and Steampunk.
Bake Chai Spiced Shortbread in #ABiteToEat with Bloom Bake Shop in Middleton, Wisconsin.
balletLorent invited us to their rendition of Snow White at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre for #CraftyInTheCity and inspired by the gorgeous forrest set from the ballet, we created a Jackalope Hat Stand you can easily recreate at home with any rabbit mask this Easter.
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