1. Bunny lamp. 2. Pretty blossom. 3. Champagne nails. 4. Rosé wine times. 5. Overfilled cookie jar. 6. Lola. 7. Tiramisu coffee pod. 8. Unnecessary champagne. 9. Exploded light bulb. 10. Dirty westie. 11. Caramel frappé. 12. Loreal Colour Riché. 13. Treat with tea. 14. Yoghurt and honey. 15. Tomatoes growing. 16. Models Own Grey Slate & Ibiza Mix. 17. New asos dresses. 18. Typical british weather. 19. Beautiful Missguided dress. 20. Sweeties left for me by my boss. 21. Peach ice tea. 22. Amazing playlist. 23. Jam packed polished. 24. Models Own Beach Party glows! 25. New purchases.
I was planning on making this a monthly feature, but I didn't realise how much I posted instagram photos every week, sorry to anyone who follows me on twitter! :) Expect this every Sunday from now.
I keep seeing Crown and Glory popping up all over the place, and it's easy to see why, everything is so beautiful! Every singly pretty piece is handmade by Sophie King, and created with the hope that whoever wears the unique piece feels like a pampered princess. How cute is that!
Above are my favourite items, I'm especially in love with the butterfly clips, and all the adorable crowns! What are you favourite items?
Top: River Island. Scarf: New Look. Shorts: New Look. Brogues: Primark. Necklace: danielleyc. Bracelet: River Island.
I've been wanting to do outfit posts for a while now but I just didn't really now how to start. This is pretty much my outfit to go at the moment. I've always been a massive fan of animal print, and I'm really loving anything high wasted at the moment, especially shorts.
I recently came across Smug on twitter and I instantly fell in love! I adore finding hidden gems like these, with quirky home-wares, jewellery, prints and stationary.
SMUG is the brainchild of local Islingtonian Lizzie Evans. Lizzie remembers spending her pocket money in Camden Passage as a little girl, and now as an interior and graphic designer, she has turned a regular shop front into a light and airy designed space filled with melamine and vintage kitchenware, retro glassware, handmade toys, chic ceramics and unusual stationery. The space retains its old waxed boards and rusty manhole covers, but introduces sheets of glass as balustrades and portions of the floor, allowing light to penetrate the downstairs of the retail haven.
How much do you want to visit that shop? I do! If only it was closer! However, for now, I can ogle all the beautiful delights online. I've highlighted a few of my favourites above, what do you like the best? I'm desperately in love with the vintage jumper toys, there's even more than I posted too, such as uber cute polar bears, chickens, turtles and many many more! If only I had money! Le sigh!
Liam a Jamie Oliver set with Purple Basil seeds, Flowering Oregano, and Chives. Unfortunately the chives didn't grow after two attempts, but the Basil and Oregano have grown into lovely little bushes, so we decided to plant them together in a lovely new red pot. We like growing herbs. :)
I used to post nail posts all the time, but I rarely get chance to do fancy nails any more, but I do have a massive box of Models Own so plain colours aren't too bad! :)
I used Barry M Silver Glitter, Models Own BlooBloo, Models Own Beth's Blue, and dotting tools.
After posting some images from my Home Sweet Home Pinterest board, I've decided to make a monthly Pinterest feature! This month I thought I'd share some images from my Crafty board, which is filled with things that I'd one day love to make!
Feel free to leave your pinterest links below and I'll be sure to check them out!
Frozen or fresh peas,
Salt & Pepper,
Liam will confirm this haha), I've just always preferred baking, however there are somethings that I really enjoy cooking, and this is one of them! This rice is so tasty, easy to make, and probably a lot healthier that fried rice from the takeaway!
To make this yummy rice, boil off some white long grain rice with salt until properly cooked. I always make half a cups worth for two people. Next pop the rice in a tub, and stick it in the fridge for around an hour or two (as long as you can wait really).
After a couple of hours fry off some eggs until almost scrambled, and place to the side in a tub along with some cooked peas. Next fry off the rice with a tablespoon of hot oil in a frying pan for a couple of minutes or until heated through, and season with salt and pepper. Add the egg and peas and continue frying for a further minute, and stir in some soy sauce to flavor and colour the rice.
Finally serve up the rice, we had ours with chinese pork which you can make with a packet mix for ease, or simply grab some pre made from the butchers! It's super Saturday night dinner! :)