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DIY yourself a professional outfit in #DIYTheLook with Diver.

DIY Professional. Breakfast to get your morning started right, then make up and hair, nails and a DIY top and skirt. Plus with a little weekend prep, you can have a bath bomb to come home to as a reward for a job well done.

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Women Who Rock Cross-Stitch

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We chat to Anna, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to cross-stitch Amy Winehouse.

Hi everyone! My name is Anna Fleiss and I am the author of Women Who Rock and Feminist Icon Cross Stitch. Two books full of cross-stitch patterns that celebrate amazing women who have been trailblazers, paving the way for other women. I live in Los Angeles and work as a digital video producer for a media company and in my free time I am a DIY enthusiast. On the weekends you can find me cooking, hiking, or re-doing some piece of furniture I found on craigslist.

Recreate the look of Lorde with Mirjana Valentin in #MakeoverMonday and then create a pink summer meets red glamour makeover.

Lorde has a really great style that I think embraces natural beauty.

I am an illustrator from South Korea.
I love to make playful and colorful illustrations. And in my free time, like to play with dogs, watch cartoons, movies, while eating delicious desserts.

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Come behind the scenes at Something Sublime for a #CraftRoomTour and see Deryn's jewelry studio in Sheridan, Wyoming.

The best thing about my studio space is that it's very large. I have room to spread out as well as room to hold private and semi-private classes.

Create a rustic decor look in #DIYTheRoom with Lisa from Recreated Designs.

The calm and quiet of this room evokes the remembrance of a simpler era gone by while drawing in the rustic style of nature.

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Mini Hoop Embroideries

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We chat to Sonia, give you the chance to win the book and learn how-to embroider a Family Portrait.

Hello there ... I fell in love with embroidery at the age of 7, but it wasn't until 2011 that I took up the needle and hoop once more and returned to my early passion. I began by designing and stitching my own embroideries. Whilst stitching I daydreamed about teeny tiny embroidery hoops to frame small sections of my projects. Thinking others may wish to create their own small-scale embroidery projects, I decided that I needed to make my daydreams into a reality. As a result, Dandelyne™ was born, and this baby business of mine grew and grew for budding and experienced stitchers worldwide. I now sell Dandelyne™ mini embroidery hoops worldwide and the community that support and love my little hoops as much as me


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