I decided to give the Snow Chalet a bit of a make over in my town on The Sims Freeplay yesterday and here’s a tour of the design I ended up with, most houses I make usually end up square but because of the design of the lot on this one I decided to make it a rectangular shape instead.Continue reading
This nectarine dessert is quick and easy to make and perfect for a summer evening. So I decided I wanted something to eat when I came in from gardening and knew I had a nectarine to use up, I didn’t exactly plan let’s do a blog post – I went in the kitchen thinking I’d get myself some nectarine and ice cream in a dish with madeira cake but ended up going all fancy and using this pretty dessert glass from M&S. I thought I may as well turn it into a quick blog post seeing as I haven’t posted on here for a while.Continue reading
I thought I’d share with you a birthday card making tutorial this afternoon, this is a card I made for someone yesterday… it’s got a nice spring/summer garden theme to it.Continue reading
Disclosure: I downloaded a copy of this book for free on NetGalley in return for writing an honest review on my blog.
When I first read what the book was about I definitely thought it had a spooky feel to it – the basis of the story being centred around the night of Halloween when an entire group of villagers went missing. What happened, why did they all disappear?Continue reading
If you haven’t already seen it, I posted a spring in the garden blog post just over a month ago, you can find that here – Spring Flowers In The Garden 2019, since then more plants have come out in flower so I thought I’d do another post – a part 2, this one with more of a wildlife theme to it too.Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I was gifted these skincare products when a parcel arrived from Soap & Glory PR containing these 3 as part of their #babesofglory campaign. Thanks so much for sending me these Soap & Glory PR!Continue reading
Disclosure: I downloaded a copy of this book for free on NetGalley in return for writing an honest review.
Zookeeper is a free verse poem, written by the author to give advice to his daughter starting college, using analogies in nature to impart his advice.Continue reading
It’s spring which means it’s gardening weather again, yay! Last year I did a spring in the garden blog post but didn’t post it until towards the end of spring whereas this year I’ve decided to do a post a lot nearer to the start of spring… so, on with the spring photos.Continue reading
This house features items from the recent Grand Garages Live Event, once again there were some brilliant items in this event. The event has actually finished now but I thought I’d share with you how I’ve incorporated some of the items into one of my houses (which I edited to make room for the garage).Continue reading
Disclaimer: I was gifted an eBook copy of this book in return for an honest review as part of the blog tour for this book.
A murder mystery set in a historical time; this book is set in Restoration London in 1664, Major Thankful Russel has a new bride, Thomazine but rumours start circulating that he’s committed murder, more than once as someone is out to try and destroy his reputation around London. Who is it behind the rumours and can he and his new wife salvage his reputation?Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to try out new foundation recently and a couple of weeks ago mum said she’d get me some new make up products so when we went to Marks & Spencer I thought I’d try the foundation in their Autograph range, their cosmetics were on 3 for 2 so I ended up getting a foundation and a face palette along with a bronzer/highlighter.Continue reading