Penny’s fantastic family wall art

Penny from the Alexander Residence has put together a post showing all the beautiful wall art she has produced for her family during the Kodak Printing Project – now her husband is feeling left out and wants a piece of artwork! Penny has also hand-picked some of her favourite examples from all the excellent displays…

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Maggy and kids introduce Kodak’s Big App

Maggy Woodley from Red Ted Art is one of the two super-crafty BritMums leading our Big App Challenge in association with Kodak. In her first video post, Maggy shows that uploading images to blow up to enormous sizes is so easy that you can even do it with a lap full of kids… To watch…

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Guest post: Pump up your blog with NaBloPoMo

What the blithering ‘eck is NaBloPoMo I hear you ask? NaBloPoMo stands for National Blog Posting Month and the goal is to write (and publish) a post every day… yep, every day, including weekends… in the month of November.

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The BritMums Review: The Help movie

Jackson, Mississippi, looks gorgeous in The Help: stately Southern mansions sit amid Delta farmland, pecan trees shade mid-century ranch houses, and the white ladies (because they are definitely “ladies”) go about the business of playing cards and ruthlessly enforcing the status quo while wearing the most sensational New Look styles – all cinched waists and…

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Guest post: 6 tips for choosing a cookery school

With new cookery schools popping up almost daily in the UK it’s worth taking a few moments to make sure that you’re signing up for the best possible culinary experience. Nick Wyke, founder of the UK’s leading cookery schools directory www.lookingtocook, offers his six essential tips. 1. Recommendations The word of a bona-fide foodie friend…

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