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10 Leather Crafts – Create Your Own Durable DIY Accessories

Leather crafts are some of the coolest DIY crafts ever. There are many reasons why you should try using leather in making your DIY crafts. There are few materials that have stood the test of time and have remained stylish in appearance, versatile in design and durable in use. Give a few of these a try and you’ll be...

DIY No-Sew Graphic Picnic Blanket

Enjoy the warm sunny days of spring and summer by packing a lunch and heading outside to have a picnic. This no-sew DIY picnic blanket is the perfect accessory to use all season long–use it for picnics in the park or lounging in the sun with a book at the beach. Gather Your Materials Supplies Needed 2 yards of fabric (at least...

7 Awesome Fall Leaf Activities

Are you ready for some pretty awesome fall leaf activities? One of the most beloved and expressive parts of fall is all the astounding leaves of various sizes, shapes, and textures. To help you have a blast with it, here are7 creative and fun ideas for you to browse through from some amazingly talented bloggers. Fall is such a beautiful...

Travel Guide: Northern Ireland and Game of Thrones

Northern Ireland has become a mecca for Game of Thrones fans-which doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of earthly delights for those who can’t tell a Dothraki from a dragon. Last year, when I broke my leg and was stuck in bed for three months, the one thing that got me through was watching HBO’s Game of Thrones. The show’s legions of fans knew...

On the Road: The Tour de France

This summer the world’s most famous cycle race pedals off from Dusseldorf on 1 July. For the next three weeks, elite cyclists will compete stage by stage as they loop around Germany, Belgium, and France. Glory awaits whoever crosses the finishing line first in Paris on 23 July. All those who come behind can at least say they completed...

Beirut: More Armani then Armageddon

On his intrepid trek in the Levant the acclaimed writer William Dalrymple describes his crossing from Syria to Lebanon in 1994, just four years after the end of the civil war. Struck by signs of a glitzy lifestyle already springing up beside bombed-out Beirut skyscrapers he writes, in his compelling travelogue, From the Holy Mountain: Things have of course...