Hello there friends! How was your weekend? Mine was busy but lovely as we kicked off Christmas by going to Syon Park’s ‘Enchanted Woodland’ with some friends on Sunday evening. This event has become a bit of tradition in our household as we’ve been for quite a few years now! Call me a creature of … More Blogmas #3
Welcome back to Blogmas day 2. Do you have a favourite store to visit each Christmas? Mine is definitely Fortnum and Masons in London. I can rarely afford anything in there but I love to look! My budget can usually stretch to a packet of fancy Christmas tea, which is always worth it in my … More Christmas shopping in London
Welcome to Blogmas 2016! This is the first time I have ever participated in Blogmas but I thought it would be a great opportunity to try something new here on the blog. If you’ve not heard of Blogmas before, it’s where bloggers post content each day of December leading up to Christmas. It’s very popular … More Welcome to Blogmas!
If you’re an interiors fan like me, then you probably love this time of year as it gives you an opportunity to mix up your usual interior accessories in favour of something more festive. I’ve spoken about how to create a cosy Christmas bedroom in a recent post, so next let’s move on to the … More A guide to creating a festive kitchen
When I look through my blog’s stats, I often see that this little post from a few years ago is by far my most popular post. Even when it isn’t Christmas! I guess everyone loves an achievable DIY craft project right? So without further ado, let me introduce to you some easy mini Christmas tree … More Crafty Christmas trees
Hello there! How has your week been so far? I’m just popping up a quick post today to share a blog post that I have created for Laura Ashley on creating a cosy Christmas hideaway. I shot this in my bedroom so you can have a sneaky peek into this corner of my home if … More Create a Christmas Hideaway in 5 easy steps
Originally posted on Celebrate Creation:
Today I’m inspired by these washi tape frames which are such a simple, yet effective idea; perfect for students in halls of residence who aren’t able to put up posters with pins, or renters, or people who don’t want to commit to a gallery wall with framed pictures. You can…