Christmas is nearly here and I’d like to wish all my lovely readers and fellow bloggers a very Merry Christmas and thank you for all your support this year, I couldn’t have asked for more.
I’m taking a break from blogging over Christmas, spending time with family and friends (I’m sure I’ll sneak a few hours blogging in somewhere, I can’t resist!) and I’ll be back in the new year with some exciting new posts for you all.
Merry Christmas, Danni x
Christmas is a time to indulge in a few little luxuries, and these (not so) guilty pleasures are always accompanied with mesmerising packaging. This is what excites me most about Christmas – hey, that’s the designer in me!
Over the past few weeks I’ve secretly been scouring the shops, whilst Christmas shopping, to find some beautiful designs to share with you. Here are a few of my favourites…
1. Stem Ginger & Dark chocolate Biscuits from Selfridges 2. Rozsavolgyi Milk Chocolate with Himalaya Salt from Selfridges 3. Curry & Chips Milk Chocolate Bar from Mighty Fine Chocolate 4. Wellness Blend Tea from Kusmi Tea 5. KAH Day of the Dead Tequila from Harvey Nichols 6. Prestat London Gin Truffles from Waitrose 7. French, Himalayan, New Zealand Salt Collection from Salt House 8. D1 London Gin from Harvey Nichols
Are you all ready for Christmas? I’m nearly there, just one more shopping trip to go (hopefully) and then I’m ready. I thought I’d share this vintage Christmas card with you, I think she looks very festive don’t you?
Happy weekend x
Christmas is a creative time of year, and there’s nothing more wonderful than looking at the all the Christmas windows that have been created, they are truly spectacular. I decided to capture some of the windows as they were too good to miss, and as you can see there are a great mix of designs ranging from the traditional to the …not so traditional, and of course I had to capture the quirky windows to share with you!
All but one of these photos were taken in Leeds, I did want to broaden my range to London, but as you know at Christmas, time flies and I didn’t make it. It’s already on my to do list for next year!
Many of us will be decorating our homes this week with wonderful Christmas decorations, and there’s nothing more traditional than a beautiful wreath. But, you don’t have to go traditional, there’s lots of contemporary wreaths available if you prefer something a little different this Christmas. Here’s just a few you could decorate your home with…
1. Edible Chilli & Herb Christmas Wreath from By Nature 2. Feltball Freckle Wreath from Little Yellow Birds 3. Christmas Star Wreath from Duck Barn Florals 4. Frost Tipped Wreath from Marks & Spencer 5. Hand Printed Christmas Wreath from Astrid Weigel 6. Wooden Bauble Christmas Wreath from Gilbert13 7. Felt Holly Wreath from Paperchase 8. Hydrangea Wreath from Green Garland
Hello Friday! I hope the girl in the photo isn’t me this weekend when I attempt to put up my Christmas tree! Wish me luck and good luck if you’re decorating your tree too!
Happy weekend x
When it comes to buying Christmas cards I take as much time picking the perfect card as I do buying presents, sometimes longer! I like to find unusual cards that you’ll be hard to find on the high street, which is why this selection from our brilliant British designers are perfect.
1. Ya Filthy Animal Home Alone Christmas Card from Eskimo Circus 2. Screen Printed Bird of Peace Card from Mellybee 3. Hummingbird Christmas Card from Nikki Strange 4. Luxury Swarovski Christmas Confetti Card from Hope & Wilson 5. Merry Christmas M’deer Card from Jil Made This 6. Deck The Halls Christmas Card from The Green Gables 7. Boston Terrier Christmas Card with Christmas Puddings from Senor Picklesworth 8. Jesus, Mary and Joseph Card from Katie Leamon