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Walls feeling drab? Looking for something to brighten up your place for the Mother's Day brunch you're having this weekend? You know we can help with that; hop on over to our downloads page and grab this flower garland. We also have Mother's Day gift tags that you can grab, ... Read More
It's all fine and good to buy a Mother's Day present, but if you really want to win Most Favorite Child this year--which you clearly do--you'll go the extra mile and wrap it nicely. We can't reach through the screen and hand you wrapping paper, but if you need a gift tag, we've got you covered. Head on over to our downloads page, where you can find some of the cutest gift tags east (or west) of the Mississippi. ... Read More

Wrapper's Delight

BY BUST Magazine in Crafty |

Another day, another awesomely easy paper craft. This simple and adorbs bracelet tutorial is from Kayte Terry's Paper Made!, which is packed with projects even the craft-averse will fall for.That’s a Wrap Bangle This is one of the easiest paper projects, and the results are stunning. Paper-wrapped bangles in boutiques go for a pretty penny, but you can make your own for a few bucks. These are so quick to make that you could start this project before dinner ... Read More

BUST Wants Y-O-U

BY BUST Magazine in Style File |

Hey Fashion Bloggers: BUST Magazine's August/September issue will include our Fall Fashion Preview, a look at how we'll be dressing when the leaves start changing colors. But we want to know which styles you're most looking forward to wearing--we want YOU to send us a shot or two of yourself in the snazzy outfits you think you'll be sporting this autumn. We'll include our favorite photos in the upcoming issue, along with a mini-interview with you. But hop to ... Read More
 Girl Walks into a Bar is a memoir by former Saturday Night Live cast member Rachel Dratch, perhaps best known for her character Debbie Downer. Here, Dratch recounts her career experiences (before, during, and after SNL), her attempts at dating, and her unexpected yet welcomed pregnancy at age 43. As you might expect, “Girl” is laugh-out-loud funny, with humorous tangents aplenty. Dratch describes her long, persistent journey (often being passed ... Read More