21st December 2016

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How to make Christmas Fesenjan

For Christmas cooking inspiration with a twist, try Natalie Griffiths (from Natalie's Armenian Kitchen's) Persian inspired recipe for a Christmas 'Fesenjan' (also known as stew).

15th December 2016

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How to make Irish cream

Homemade Irish cream is a real treat that you can either serve chilled with plenty of ice or sneak a drop into your coffee. Christmas is all about decadence, so why not give it a go?

13th December 2016

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Behind the scenes with Kirstie Allsopp

Kirstie makes her own little video and gives us a little glimpse into what's going on behind the scenes whilst filming at the snow cottage for Kirstie's Handmade Christmas.

13th December 2016

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How to make a paper Christmas bird decoration

Using leftover gift wrap, it couldn’t be easier to make a beautiful and handmade decoration for your tree. Here’s how.

13th December 2016

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How to make gingerbread flavoured lollies

Easy to make - these gingerbread flavoured lollies are perfect stocking fillers or for hanging on the tree. Some might say, an all-round Christmas winner.​

13th December 2016

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How to make a festive balloon tree?

Lisa Dussek from inspiredBALLOONS.co.uk shows us how to make a fun yet extremely festive Christmas tree made from balloons.

7th December 2016

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What's inside Kirstie's Christmas craft tool box?

It's what everyone wants to know! What essential items does Kirstie use to ensure her crafts stand out from the crowd.

6th December 2016

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How to make a dog coat

We shouldn’t forget about our four-legged friends during the winter months. Why not try and make your pooch feel special by making a stylish dog coat?

6th December 2016

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How to make marbled Christmas crackers

Why not set your Christmas feast off with a bang by making your own handmade crackers? You can pull out all the stops with personalised contents in each, guaranteed to deliver festive fun.

6th December 2016

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How to make Christmas spiced pear and walnut chutney

A delicious chutney is the perfect accompaniment to cheeses, leftover Christmas cold cuts and would even make an ideal gift for the foodie in your family.

6th December 2016

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The ultimate guide to Christmas 2016

The Christmas shopping season is upon us! If you’re dodging the queues and daring to do it all online, here are some important final order dates to ensure you get the delivery in time for the big day.

15th December 2015

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How to wrap your presents beautifully

Gift wrapping expert Jane Means share a few top tips on how to impress with a beautifully wrapped gift

15th December 2015

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Gift wrapping a bottle with Jane Means

How to wrap a bottle of bubbly - super fast with none other than Gift Wrapping expert, Jane Means

15th December 2015

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How to make dog biscuits

Christmas is a special time of year and should be fun for all the family, pets included.

15th December 2015

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How to make a frosted jar

Christmas is an expensive time of the year. Showing someone you care doesn’t have to mean spending a fortune.

15th December 2015

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How to make a terrarium

A terrarium is the ultimate, low maintenance indoor garden. Made from any clear glass, jar or plastic container, they make a fantastic gift, look magical and will last all year round.

3rd December 2015

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Meet Zoe Bradley

Artist, Zoe Bradley does amazing things with paper. We managed to catch up with the lady behind this unique craft to find out hat keeps her a cut above the rest.

29th November 2015

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How to make a luxurious fur lined festive stocking

Christmas should be fun for adults too! You’re never too old to get involved, so why not hang your very own stocking above the fireplace,better still – why not hand make your own? #handmadechristmas

25th November 2015

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How to make a paper cut gift (Scherenschnitte)

Scherenschnitte means 'scissors cuts'. It's a beautiful, ancient craft that's been around for centuries. While it looks complex, it's surprisingly simple to learn as Kirstie finds out.

25th November 2015

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How to make a Christmas Garland

A handmade Christmas garland is a great way to create a winter wonderland in any chosen room in your home. Florist Anne Verborg shows Kirstie how to create a show stopping piece.

24th November 2015

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How to make a cheese fondue

No trip to Switzerland would be the same without trying their traditional and classic winter dish - the fondue. Kirstie doesn't just try it, she makes her own.

6th January 2015

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Personalise your Christmas baubles

With a little know how, it couldn't be easier to add a personal and special touch to your decorations.

16th December 2014

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How to make easy peasy mince pies

There's no doubt that mince pies are a Christmas classic! With this recipe, you're sure to impress your friends!

3rd December 2014

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How to make the ultimate Christmas pud

On Kirstie's Handmade Christmas, Norwegian cook and food anthropologist Signe Johansen showed Kirstie how to bake a scrumptious Sticky Ginger Spice Cake with a Scandinavian twist.

27th October 2014

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Kirstie's Christmas craft show shout out for 2014!

With 50 days to go - it's time to talk Christmas folks! Is your Christmas tree a showstopper?