I was very lucky to have won a £100 Dunelm Mill voucher from their Facebook page. I love Dunelm, they sell such pretty things for the home at really good prices! I can’t wait to go spend my voucher soon, here are some lovely things I’ve spotted on their website. I think I might have to go buy them all! I especially love that cupcake cushion.. how cute is that! They’re all reasonably priced too so hopefully I can get quite a bit with my £100 voucher. I’m excited to go shopping!

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Along with Cath Kidston, Sass and Belle were one of the companies that got me inspired by all things pretty for the home. I first visited their Covent Garden store when I was about 17 on a day trip to London with some friends. The little shop is hidden beneath the Covent Garden Market, and it is a U shaped shop filled with beautiful homewares and accessories!  Photos are my own Everything in there is so beautiful and I want it all! It’s also very reasonably priced, so whenever I go to London, I always pay a trip to their…

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The same day I made my DIY clothes hangers, I also decided to use the same paint to revamp an ugly piece of my furniture! I’ve had this ugly little pine chest hidden in my built in wardrobe forever. I had even painted the wooden knob on the drawer pink in my teen years! Gross. Luckily it was hidden away from view but I did use it as storage. So as I was painting away at my hangers, I decided to paint the whole thing white! Just so that it fits into my bedroom a little bit better. I then…

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When I take photos of my new fashion buys for my blog, I usually hang them on a boring naff plastic hanger and then on nail on my wall. Not only does it look a bit tacky but it doesn’t do my new item much justice either, hanging from something so ugly. So I had been hunting for a while for some pretty hangers to use instead. I saw lots of those silky hangers, but these were too narrow and also too straight. I couldn’t find what I wanted, so I set about making my own! I bought a set…

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As a lover of all things antique and pretty, I like collecting big old iron keys. There’s just something so mysterious and a little bit ‘Alice in Wonderland’ about them, and I remember as a little girl I used to love collecting keys as I thought they were really important! Now I’m a grown up.. I still like collecting them, and I use them to add decorative features to my bedroom. I simply tie pieces of colourful ribbon through the keys, and then tie them into a bow. I got these keys from antique shops for about £2 each. I…

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I’ve received copies of all of the photos from my More magazine photoshoot, so here are a few of them! 🙂 It’s such a shame I didn’t have Merlin at the time! And that my hair is so terrible!

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