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The Makery: monster making, bunting and nipple tassels
6th June 10

The Makery: monster making, bunting and nipple tassels

Kate and Nigel left their safe 9 to 5 jobs in London to follow their hearts and set up The Makery in Bath, a creative hub where you can take part in bunting workshops, learn how to make your own cake stands, eat cake and get inspired. the love of it hopped on a train to Bath and got crafty…

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How to… make a mix cd
5th June 10

How to… make a mix cd

There’s something really magical about planning and making a good mix cd/tape. Join in our project 2010 with this great guide.

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Winter foraging
13th March 10

Winter foraging

Co-author of The Self Sufficientish Bible, Andy Hamilton, offers his advice on finding wild food in winter…

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How to… make mittens
13th March 10

How to… make mittens

Create quirky felted mittens out of old shrunken jumpers – it’s a simple, but ingenious idea and it’s really very easy to do! Read on to find out how…

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How to… make homemade hobnobs
13th March 10

How to… make homemade hobnobs

Well, HobNobs are delicious. And homemade ones are even better. Buttery, crumbly, and because they have oats in them, you can pretend they’re good for you! Plus they’re really easy and cheap to make.

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How to… make an Indian headdress
13th March 10

How to… make an Indian headdress

Co-author of The Happy Campers, Tess Sandilands on how to make an Indian headdress – the perfect accessory for an indoor picnic or winter den!

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How to… make a monster
13th March 10

How to… make a monster

Making a monster is child’s play. Stuffed Nonsense show us how…

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How to… go guerrilla gardening
13th March 10

How to… go guerrilla gardening

Have you ever walked past a piece of unused land near your house that’s full of weeds or rubbish? Wouldn’t it look much better full of flowers and plants? That’s where guerrilla gardening comes in. Armed with trowels, shrubs, watering cans and torches, groups of green-fingered enthusiasts descend upon orphaned land and transform it into a flourishing garden.

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