Look who’s doing this month’s #mollietakeover! Meet Samantha Ushiro of Aww Sam during the Mollie Takeover on our Instagram and Pinterest account from 13 – 16 November.
We talk to Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair favourite, Harriet Hastings of Biscuiteers about starting up and how selling biscuits is a bit like launching a fashion collection.
If, like us, you love crafting with a large mug of tea and the occasional sneaky snack then this one’s for you. It’s your turn to wow the foodies with crafty biscuits perched atop the rim of their mug. This gingerbread biscuit recipe, written by Messyla, bakes in just 18 minutes so there’s lots of… Continue reading
Make pumpkin and cinnamon muffins with jack-o’-lantern leftovers for a frightfully tasty Halloween treat
Messyla joins Mollie Makes for an Instagram and Pinterest takeover on 18 – 21 October The best way to get to know the makers we love is to see the world through their creative eyes – and what better way to do that than to host a #mollietakeover? What’s a #mollietakover? The third weekend of every… Continue reading
16 surprisingly useful foodie and fruity DIY projects you’ll want to try this weekend. How do you like them pineapples? (Ahem.)
Indulge in a home-baked marble cake filled with swirls of gorgeous chocolate and almond, plus delicious cherry treats
Inspired by the cover of Mollie Makes 42 (featuring the most gorgeous of all knitted tea cosies) we’re planning an afternoon of craft delights. Here’s a look at our top picks and party ideas, plus free tutorials to make to share with your guests!
Inspired by the knitted tea cosy pattern (Mollie Makes 42 cover star) we’ve put together a list of biscuity bites that’ll sweeten your crafternoon tea. No matter how tempted we are, we must remind ourselves that although delectable, these goodies are not edible. We’ve found everything from biscuit cushions, wrapping paper, jewellery and a Jammie… Continue reading
Zhoosh up your fairytale wedding plans with subtle watercolour wedding ideas and DIYs. There’s no right or wrong way to do it, both soft pastels and bright neons make excellent starting points for this wedding theme. We’ve fished out the best of them, all you have to do now is select your hue and take the plunge!… Continue reading