If you follow my blog you may already know how fond little lady is of arts and crafts, as are we and recently we were kindly gifted the Fairy Village from My Little World to review. My Little World was founded by school friends Richard Walkling and Tim Frost, both parents that have teamed up and created an exciting range of portable cut out, colour and play sets which promotes a whole new world of roleplay.
Slime is something that little lady has found a fondness for more recently after she was kindly given a pot when we went for a meal at Frankie and Benny’s (who knew they had their own branded slime pots!) funnily enough that very same day i’d been drawn to the fantastic So Slime DIY range at Mays BlogOn Conference and was instantly convinced Freya would love it! Also (Confession) as silly as it sounds i’m quite into the whole slime phase, it’s fun, as long as it’s not too messy and I think there’s just something about slime thats just so satisfying, any one else? Just me? Anyway i just had to say yes when offered the opportunity to review the So Slime DIY Colour Change Slime Shakers and here’s how we got on!
We were kindly sent the So Bomb DIY 3 pack from Canal Toys to try out recently and todays post is all about how we got on. Bath bombs is one of little ladys current favourites and I love anything that allows her to get creative and hands on so we have been really looking forward to having a go with some of the SO DIY range which caught my attention at the most recent BlogOn bloggers conference.
Today is global hatching day which is celebrating the launch of the brand new, very exciting and super cute Rainbocorns Series 2! There is a whole new range of magical cuddly creatures to discover and as it combines many of Freya’s favourite things (surprise egg, unicorn inspired, cuddly toy, collectables, stickers to name just a few) we was thrilled to get involved and share our thoughts on the hatching of our Series 2 Rainbocorn!
I was introduced to the Little Brian paint sticks back in September 2018 when I attended the blogging conference BlogOnToys in Manchester. With a little lady that loves to get creative and crafty their mess free, versatile and super fun method of painting which was being exhibited appealed to me instantly! Infact they are still very much a favourite in our craft box and so I was very excited to be given the opportunity to try out the new Little Brian Art Face Paint Sticks which have recently been launched.
Greaterskies create beautiful, high quality custom star maps which will capture thousands of stars, the moon, the sun and the planets, seen from your chosen place, date and time. What an incredible way to cherish those special moments, with a truly unique, personalised keepsake that would make a tremendous gift of the stars for loved ones and a great way to cherish a special time of your own. I was so excited to be given the opportunity to review one of these fantastic prints and celebrate our own special time and treasured moment with a Greaterskies Little star map.
I certainly do love a good face mask! As well as being a great way to relax and unwind it’s also a superbly effective way to give your skin a boost of nourishment and to address any skin concerns you may have, a great edition to your skincare routine. Today’s post is a review of the Procoal London Marine Moisture Mask a Hydrating Charcoal Sheet Mask. Cruelty free, formulated in the UK and containing protective antioxidants it’s a product I was very keen to try.