I know there are a lot of us stationery lovers out there, so this Christmas gift guide is for you. For as long as I can remember I’ve loved all stationery. I have vast pots of every pen you can think of from a lot of places around the world. Including a pen from Utah that’s shaped like the US State. Big thanks to my sister for that one! I hope you will enjoy this stationery lovers Christmas gift guide. It’s perfect for ideas or even a treat for yourself. Now go on delve in and see what I have to show you!
Inspired by the Witch Trials around the world such as the Salem Witch Trials and the Bideford Witch Trials – the last known site for hanging for witchcraft in England, a new interactive test discovers whether you’d actually survive the trials and what your punishment would be.
Extensive historical research of the traits that led people to be identified as witches, and accounts of the horrifying punishments they were given, have been used to accurately match up how people would be judged now.
This new, interactive quiz looks at how likely you are to survive the Witch Trials.
Can You Survive the Witch Trials? asks a series of questions to determine your level of guilt and then reveals one of 15 excruciating punishments. Includes unique facts from historical research about each question and punishment, and the truth behind the trials.
With having a baby earlier this year, my whole life has and still is baby! So it’s only apt that I share with you some gorgeous baby and toddler related gifts that are inspiring for the baby’s that are or about to be in your life. Why not take a peak at my baby and toddler Christmas gift ideas and see what you think?
Today I’m sharing with you my adult Christmas gift ideas. You can check out my kids Christmas gift guide here. Adults can be tricky to buy for. I always find it hard to buy a gift for my husband. It’s hard to buy for my brother and my sister, well as she lives in Canada I have to find her something small that she can take home.
So hopefully these few ideas here in this guide will give you a few ideas to find the perfect gift for a loved one.
It’s that time of year again to start thinking ahead to Christmas shopping. I’m putting together four gift guides this year, which will be spread over the next week or so. Kicking off his today is the kids 3-8 years old Christmas gift guide.
Read on for inspiration as to what you can buy your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated from the Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts. it also marks the time of year between the end of harvest and the start of Winter.
To help you get organised for this Halloween on the 31st October, I have put together a list of all the things you could possibly need and things to do.
- Trick or Treating
- Dressing up for costume parties
- Carving pumpkins
- Apple bobbing
- Playing pranks
- Visiting haunted attractions/houses
- Telling each other scary stories
- Watching horror films – (here are my top films)