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DIY Scandinavian Clay Christmas Ornaments


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This year we have decided to go for a Scandinavian christmas theme and I wanted to make a quick diy ornament to personalise our tree. I found some really sweet christmas cookie cutters at Sainsburys. My favourite is the house shape (it seems that at the moment I have a small obbsession with houses.. !! ) The clay recipe is quick and doesn’t need to be baked for hours like salt dough.

Clay Recipe

1 cup Bicarbonate Of Soda
1/2 cup Corn Flour
3/4 Water

Place all your of ingredients into a pan on a medium heat and stir very well to get rid of all the lumps. Bubbles will start to form and it will begin to thicken. It happens very quickly once the bubbles form. Take it off the heat when it looks like mashed potato (I know it sound weird but trust me it will make sense when you see it). Leave to cool with a damp tea towel over it. Once cool you can now start using the dough. The more you work it the smoother it is. Use corn flour on your surface if it feels like it might stick and then you can roll it out.

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6 Ways To Wear A Turtleneck

Turtleneck or high neck jumpers are truly one of my favourite fashion staples this winter. They are super versatile and easy to wear and can be paired with practically anything. I wanted to show you 6 quick and easy ways to change up your turtleneck look for the winter.


This turtleneck is from Topshop and is a simple white ribbed jumper. Pair it with a pair of basic jeans and some plimsoll trainers and you are ready to go. This is a staple casual look and the type of outfit to wear when you are having a don’t know what to wear day…Sometimes simple is best!!!

k9220434_cindy.amanda_11.09.15_mc_557720I am in love with this perfect turtleneck dress for Christmas from missguided. It can be dressed up or down and looks perfect with a pair of boots and a leather jacket.


This striped turtleneck with dungarees from ASOS is so cute and a great way to get the winter layered look.READ MORE

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DIY Cute Christmas Advent Calendar

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I really loved creating this DIY project. It is simple and you don’t need a lot of things to create it. I wanted to have an advent calender that actually looks good and which also in its self becomes a christmas decoration. The great thing about making your own advent calender is you can put whatever you want into them. My mum used to put bracelets and toys into mine when I was little. So for me there is something quiet nostalgic about having an advent calender even though I am at the age were I don’t really need one anymore!

Flat lay houses

24 Brown Paper Bags
Black Pens
Masking Tape
Double Sided Tape
Small Clothes Pegs
White Acrylic Paint
Paint Brushes
Chocolate Coins
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Delicious Hot Chocolate Recipe


This is one of my favourite hot chocolate recipes ever !!! It is so chocolatey, rich and indulgent. Perfect for a cold day. Also I used a technique I learnt to make frothy milk to make it extra creamy and rich without using whipped cream. You can always add whipped cream which is an extra yummy treat.


1/4 cup Dark or Milk Chocolate
1 cup Milk (any kind you like)
1/4 teaspoon Cocoa Powder
Sugar to your taste
Note you will need a flask or jar for this recipe to froth the milk.

Step One: Heat your milk in a pan on a low heat and  heat until small bubbles form around the outside (be carful not to burn it). While your milk is heating put your chocolate into a small bowl.

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10 Stylish Halloween DIYs

Halloween is just round the corner which means it is time to do some Halloween DIYs!
I thought I would put a list together of my favourite stylish Halloween DIYs.I am not really into a spooky kind of Halloween I am more into a cute and stylish Halloween so here are my top 10 DIYs. I will defiantly be doing some of these diys this Halloween.


1.DIY Halloween Pinapple Costume


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Halloween Ghost Cupcakes


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I was trying to figure out what I wanted to make this Halloween and I remember one Halloween my mum made some really sweet cupcakes and I thought why not try changing up that recipe. I am absolutely in love with these cupcakes they are so cute and easy to achieve – these are the perfect Halloween treat!!!


-Your favourite chocolate cupcake recipe
-Swiss meringue icing (This is my favourite recipe to use  Swiss Meringue Recipe)
– Vanilla butter cream Basic Butter Cream Recipe
– Orange food colouring
– Halloween sprinkles or any other decorations of your choice
-Royal icing
-Black food colouring
-Piping bag with round tipped nozzle
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Autumnal Inspiration

Here are some of my favorite blog posts for some Autumnal Inspiration, Autumn is one of my favourite seasons.
The leaves change colour and it is changing from warm to a middle winter weather which means
it is time for chunky knitwear, snuggly scarfs and warm hot chocolate.

Adventureimg_0095  Picnic In The Woods
Take an adventure and go on a picnic in the woods
with a cozy blanket and warm cup of tea.


Autumn Wreath Workshop
A scented wreath using real foliage is a great way to add a bit of autumnal essence into your house, for some real instant impact also use bright warm tones to give more of an autumnal feel.READ MORE

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Waterfalls Are So Pretty…

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Here are a few photographs I took when I was on holiday in Yorkshire of some waterfalls we saw out on a walk we went on. It so was magical watching the water and it was a beautiful day which helped!
I hope you enjoy the photos  : )


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Quick And Simple Noodle Soup Recipe

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  • 1 red onion thinly sliced
  • 1 garlic clove finely diced
  • 1 thinly sliced red pepper
  • 2 thinly sliced carrots
  • Half a courgette diced into small cubes
  • A handful of green beans diced up
  • A good chunk of red cabbage finely sliced
  • 2 finely sliced spring onions (for Garnish)
  • 1 cup of vegetable stock
  • 2 cups of water
  • Soy sauce
  • Chinese five spice
  • Honey
  • Rice wine vinegar
  • Noodle of your choice ( I have vermicelli noodles)

First you want to fry of your onions until they are soft and golden on a low/medium heat. Then add in your garlic, being careful the garlic doesn’t burn as it will taint the dish. After about a minute of frying off the garlic add in all the vegetables bar the red cabbage and spring onions. If you add the red cabbage now it will lose all of its colour and be very soft (I made that mistake). Fry for 5/6 minutes until the vegetables are soften slightly.


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