Here’s a little blog post on my Christmas nails! I wanted to do something different, and my nail art skills aren’t up to much. So I decided to try a simple candy cane pattern! I used Knockout Red by 17 as a red base coat, and then applied some red glittery Models Own Scarlett Sparkle. Then on all of my nails except my middle finger, I used a white nail art pen that I picked up in Poundland.  I carefully tried to draw diagonal lines through the nails, some thin and some thick, (they’re not supposed to be even) to…

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Hello everyone! I sincerely hope that you all had a very enjoyable Christmas period and that you got everything you wished for and ate lots of delicious food! In my house we started the day at 9am with a delicious croissant breakfast! I opened a few pressies in my fabulous Santa Claus onesie (which I won from New Look!) with Merlin, and then I went and got changed into my proper Christmas dress (post coming soon!). My sister, her partner, my niece, and my baby nephew came over at noon to open more presents, and then we all sat down…

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I was really lucky to be offered some tickets to Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, courtesy of Costa Bingo. I love winter time and I adore visiting London, so I was really excited to visit Winter Wonderland! I took my niece on Friday 21st December during the day, which was good because it meant it wasn’t too busy as the kids hadn’t yet broken up for school! We chose to go ice skating on the Ice Age 4 ice rink inside Winter Wonderland. The beautiful ice rink is set around a Victorian bandstand which actually did have a band playing…

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I hope you all had a wonderful day and are full of food 🙂 Here’s a photo of my morning face and Merl earlier today for his first Christmas! Also.. check out my new onesie hahaha!

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Here’s another Christmassy post for you! The last few days I have spent making these little things! I made these gingerbread biscuits using a BBC Food receipe and they come out perfect every time! I love gingerbread.. yum! I bought some new cutters off eBay and decided to make a range of shapes to use as tree decorations. The most annoying part of these was the icing. What a pain in the bum! You have to make thick icing first to edge the biscuits, wait for that to dry, then ‘flood fill’ them them with runny icing, then wait for…

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