These DIY Wedding Tissue Paper Flowers have been imagined, designed and handcrafted by last year’s Great British Sewing Bee winner, Charlotte Newland. Here are two step-by-step projects that teach you how to create giant flowers and a fun floral centrepiece.
Wendy Turner Webster, of the Crafty Beggars, is renowned for her ability to reuse and upcycle old items found in the home. With the motto ‘Don’t bin it!’, she transforms old pieces of furniture, packaging, and accessories into something beautiful. That’s why we gave Wendy a challenge. We asked her to jazz up 10 old glass jars for practical and decorative use.
We’re completely smitten with our Cake Ambassador Mich Turner and we want to share the love with you, Crafties! We’ve got a special prize draw from now until 9pm Sunday 28th May; anyone who purchases Mich’s latest book gets automatically entered into winning a signed copy of her ‘Cake School’ book. There are 3 chances to win, so what are you waiting for?! T&Cs apply. Here’s a taster of one of her healthier cake recipes from her latest book, ‘Have Your Cake and Eat It’ to get you licking those lips for more! Heaven must be missing a vanilla cake…
“I never profess to be a good modeller. I remember only getting a bronze once at a competition because of my modelling. The judges said it dragged the piece down, so I’ve always been a little scared of it. When I went to the Squires Kitchen exhibition in March, one of the demonstrators recommended Squires Kitchen’s modelling chocolate cocoa form. I have a full packet of white cocoa form sat in front of me, so where do I start?” – Cassie Brown