BY BUST Magazine
on Jan 07, 2013
Last year was exciting for women and the news. BUST is proud to have brought you so many of those stories, and we thought the start of the new year would be a great time to recap the posts that got the most virtual hits on the BUST blog. So without further delay, here were the top 10 stories from us:
1. 10 Awesome Feminist Halloween Costume Ideas.
From dressing as a gay couple to show support for marriage equality, to dressing as members of the newsworthy Pussy Riot, BUST readers seemed eager to find cool, creative, feminist costumes for Halloween.
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BY Dre Grigoropol
on Dec 21, 2012
Do you still have friends and family on your gift-giving list? A handmade gift would be a super special way to show you really care! We've put together a list of 10 of our favorite DIY projects from the past year of BUST Magazine that are sure to get your crafty mojo going. Best of all, each of these is so simple to make you can complete them in a weekend, and each of the issues they come from are available for purchase and instant download! Check 'em out:
1. Wax Crayon Rings. Read More
BY Megan Hinshaw
on Dec 21, 2012
Is there anything that Amy Sedaris can’t do? She is obvs a beautiful, talented, crafty, hilarious broad, (and two-time BUST cover lady). But now she is adding fabric designer to her list of accomplishments. Sedaris collaborated with Windham Fabrics on her very own line of textiles, and they are as colorful and quirky as the woman herself. The line is set to debut in January 2013, so we all can look forward to crafting items cut from Sedaris cloth in the New Year.
Windham has long been known for offering out-there prints, and Sedaris' are not for the meek. Read More
BY Maggie Carr
on Dec 20, 2012
BY Bridgette Miller
on Dec 11, 2012
Think about all the great musicians, artists, chefs, breweries, and independent vendors that the borough of Brooklyn has to offer, and then imagine them in one place, eating and drinking and shopping and dancing all night. What you just imagined is real, and it might be the coolest thing to happen in a Williamsburg warehouse in a long time. Read More