Walking past Foyles on Charing Cross Road yesteday I was surprised and overjoyed to see this window displaying book associated with thriftyness, and to see Foyles doing their bit to ease the stresses of recession. Buy a book that tells you how to save money!
As glad as I am to see the Junky Styling book in the window display, I don't understand why they left out three really cool craft/DIY books:
Making Stuff: An Alternative Craft Book
ReadyMade:How to Make (almost) Everything
Remake it-Home: The Essential Guide to Resourceful Living
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