The days keep whizzing past and we're in the midst of summer, although not according to Mr. weather man and his thunder storms if you're living in the UK. It's that time of the month again where I share with you some cracking bloggers and their little slices of the web, you're in for a treat I tell ya!
100 brownie points for Cheap Frills and their crafty little online jewellery boutique! It is unique, affordable and most of all, they’ve made it possible to wear cats around my neck in the form of a dainty little necklace, what’s not to love? Excitement and brownie points aside, Cheap Frills has a spiffing array of jewellery, ranging from mood rings to the Tudor monarchy in necklace form and a porcelain animal kingdom of cuteness. Pugs, guinea pigs, seagulls, you name it – they’ve made it into a wearable piece of jewellery. I want to squeal with glee!! What is your favourite piece from Cheap Frills?
The lovely, bubbly Frances has sat snuggly on the left hand side once more and I’m pleased to be introducing her for another month. Her beauty and lifestyle blog oozes personality and offers a good, light hearted read when you’re in need of the warm and fuzzies after a long day. Frances has taken a little break from blogging this month but I hope to have her back soon with regular updates, Youtube videos and blogging tales of life as a 20 something with a cat, they’re always a pleasure to read.
Ooh this is another good’un. Ladies, we’ve another ‘little bit of everything’ blog to add to our favourites and it’s written by the busiest of bees, Nicola. Teacher by day, police officer by night and blogging goddess all of the time, Nicola is definitely a natural when it comes to blogging, she does it all and I am thoroughly impressed with her posts this month, I especially enjoyed reading ‘32 things that make me happy.’ Nicola ticks all the right boxes and her posts are top notch, not to mention I’m a lover of all the pink. Hop on over and give pink-confetti.co.uk a read, you won’t regret it.
Glitter lovers of the world unite. If ever you’ve desired a nail polish of glittery goodness personally designed and named after yourself, Starrily is for you. You think they’ve done it all and then it becomes possible to customise your own nail polish, my jolly! Starrily is an online shop offering handmade nail polishes in the most beautiful colours and patterns you ever did see, they really are magnificent! Customising nail polish with Starrily would make a fabulous gift idea for any lover of glitter and swirls, or you could just treat yourself for the summer. Go on, have a gander and name a polish or two after yourself!
If you’re a lover of online shopping then you might be a lover of Popbasic and their unique twist to shopping. Popbasic creates micro collections of fashion bits and bobs, piecing together outfits ready to complete your perfect wardrobe. Each collection contains several items which form part of an outfit, the micro collection is purchased as a whole and can be a subscription service, meaning you receive monthly collections through the post, similarly to the beauty box concept. It’s a unique alternative to online shopping and definitely worth having a look at, some of the collections are divine!
The Awkward Blog is written by Angela, a London gal blogging about all things life related. This month Angela has been on a gallivant around Europe and has shared snaps of her travels with us, yummy food and warm weather included which makes me slightly giddy! Another post I have enjoyed on The Awkward Blog this month was all about Angela’s garden revamp, I do love a good home décor post and always in need of creative ideas to spruce up my lawn. If you’re a lover of life and inspiration, Angela is your gal.
If you’re a mama to little ‘uns and in need of garden play furniture, you need look no further. Walton is an online outdoorsy site selling some of the post beautifully designed wendy houses you’ll ever see, I wish my own house looked like them! These play houses would be any little girls dream and Darcy would certainly have a whale of a time if we had one sat at the bottom of our garden. My personal favourite is the blue and white beach house inspired hut with a built in slide, need I say more?!
Chantelle has been a busy blogger this month, and her posts have not failed to disappoint! Chantelle Make Up is a beauty blog of dreams, pink, girly and filled with beautiful snapped goodies and pretties. What more could you want from a beauty blog? Chantelle offers reviews, make up tutorials and even has a Youtube channel where she shares even more love of all things beauty. If you’re in need of more beauty blogs to follow, Chantelle Make Up should definitely be tip top of the list, you won’t regret it!
Oh my goodness, how beautiful does Andini look in her Bafta blog post?! It’s red lips and maxi dress perfection, not to mention the sparkly shoes! Adventures of an Anglophile is a fashion blog written by Andini and I’ve expressed my love for it in the past. Andini’s posts are always well written, the photography is beautiful and the clothes make me envious, as does that waist line! Once again Andini’s blog has been a joy to read and I thoroughly recommend hopping on over and giving it some blogger love.
Sophie is a regular advertiser with Sprinkle of Glitter and I can never express enough fondness for her blog, Sophie Jane, particularly the recipes which often offer an alternative healthier option for my favourite foody things. This month Sophie has done just that and more with gluten free chocolate cheese cake (mmm cake) blueberry ice lollies and plentiful beauty related posts, she’s written something for everyone. Sophie is clearly passionate about blogging and I love her dedication to each post. I think we should all show some appreciation, offer some blogging love and have a cookery lesson with Sophie.
Vintage Frills is written by the incredibly talented and beautiful Catherine, a vintage lover with a wardrobe to be envious of. Catherine writes a fashion and lifestyle blog with a difference, all the outfit posts are vintage inspired and I for one am a huge fan (I’m a lover of a floaty skirt or two) Catherine also shares vintage inspired lifestyle posts for us, including some handy DIY and pop up vintage clothes stall reviews which I would love to visit. Vintage Frills is any girls dream, it’s elegant, fun and will leave you wanting pin curls, red lips and a floaty skirt to dance around in. Ooh la la.
Well I don't know about you but I am pleased as punch with all my advertisers for this month, have you discovered a few blogger loves too? Do share them below!
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