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another shot of the 'improved' bed...

Christmas pudding alternative. Terry's Chocolate Orange covered in maltesers smothered in white chocolate and topped with a sugar paste holly decoration.

from Patternbank

Jenya Vyguzov - The Power of Collage

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

from Fall For DIY

Beads & Baubles Ecourse

Now 60% off! This course covers everything you need to know to start making your own jewellery including: Tools, materials, basic techniques and step by step guides. Interactive experienceQ&Aon every lesson page. Fully interactive website featuring images, video and quick links to previous lessons. My story.How I started jewellery making and got to where I …

from Kate Hadfield Designs

Sketchbook Explorations

A little while ago I came across a class over at Creative Bug that really inspired me to get back into playing in my sketchbook! I was looking for a fun art project that my daughter and I could work on together and discovered Lisa Congdon’s wonderful Sketchbook Explorations courses. They have really inspired both of us to start playing in our sketchbooks, in fact my daughter has nearly filled hers with doodles, patterns and drawings over the past month!

from Nordic House

Vintage Wooden Sledge

Our old-fashioned decorative wooden sledge is a blast from the past - perfect for recreating the style of a cosy ski lodge anywhere in your home.

Entice (110096) - Harlequin Wallpapers - A beautiful overlapped tree design with a bead effect showing in silver/grey beads, white and beige on shimmering cream - other colour ways available. Please request a sample for true colour match. Non-woven product but please paste the paper.

After seeing the work of photographer C.A.Mathew published on Spitalfields Life, Adam Tuck was inspired to revisit the locations of the pictures taken a century ago. Subtly blending his own photographs of Spitalfields 2012 with C.A.Mathew’s photographs of Spitalfields 1912, Adam has initiated an unlikely collaboration with a photographer of a century ago and created a new series of images of compelling resonance.