If you follow me on Instagram you will see that I have a love for collecting things with Sonny Angel dolls being one of them. When I was asked to take part in a big reveal on Twitter I jumped at the chance especially as it was for the brand new flower series.
When an email popped into my inbox asking me if I wanted to review for Bags of Love I immediately headed to their site to check out the options. Bags of Love offer hundreds of different personalised products. Most of them are personalised using photographs and you can literally get your photo put onto anything. There are some absolutely lovely gift ideas on the Bags of Love website from key rings to designer bedding there really is something to treat everybody. After my initial browse I was stumped. There was A LOT of choice. When I came across their bolster cushions I knew exactly what I wanted. I waited until we had Dot’s gender scan and then sent off my order details.
I have never had much luck with smart phones. I get a new one and within a week will have smashed the screen. I decided that perhaps it was just how fragile iPhone’s were so opted for a Samsung Galaxy S3 when my upgrade was due. I knew I had to get a case but I just couldn’t find one that I loved and didn’t want to waste money. The inevitable happened and the phone jumped out of my pocket and landed screen down on my concrete driveway.
With my Mum’s 50th Birthday fast approaching and no idea what to get her but knew that I wanted it to be special and mean a lot to her. As you all know I love photographs and have reviewed a couple of canvas’ on the blog over the past 18 months. My parents are a lot more minimalist than I am and hardly have any photos on their walls but the last time I was there I noticed two big gaps that I was sure a canvas would look AMAZING in. One of the gaps was in the conservatory and I had heard that without a blind, photos would fade in the sun so I asked about and was told by a fellow blogger that HelloCanvas use UV resistant inks. Immediately I knew exactly what photo to use and set about placing the order.