I really shouldn't sign up to so many email newsletters because I just end up wanting all of the things. I got an email with Moleskine's new Peter Pan range and now I want to pull my hair out I want it so bad. Don't worry, I know that sounds weird. But look how pretty!… Continue reading Item of the day: Peter Pan Moleskines
This is always a fun gift guide to put together - and stressful, as I remind myself what literary goodies I've already shared recently. Got a bookworm in your life? Looking to treat yourself? There are some great boxsets and accessories here, if I may say so myself. Roald Dahl centenary boxed set, Wordery, £59.97… Continue reading 2016 Christmas Gift Guide: For bookworms
I recently came across an awesome subscription service on Instagram called Once Upon a Bookcase where subscribers get a new phone case every month inspired by a top title. I instantly fell in love with this Peter Pan case but wanted to buy it on its own. A quick Etsy search threw up chicklitdesigns, who… Continue reading Wish list: chicklitdesigns from Etsy
Instagram is a wonderful thing but it doesn't half increase my wish lists! I spotted this beautiful edition of Peter Pan on Waterstones' Instagram and it just screamed out "I'm so much cooler than that other edition you shared last week!" And it's right. Look how pretty! It's only £9.99 too!
I mentioned a while ago that I'd love a copy of Peter Pan but I'm keeping an eye out for the perfect hardback edition. I think I've found it! How gorgeous is this one from Minalima?! They have a fantastic edition of The Jungle Book too and both titles come with incredible pull-outs and the… Continue reading Item of the day: Peter Pan book from Minalima
I can totally see this cushion on a rocking chair in a nursery. Not that I'm feeling broody or anything... Ahem. Anyways, if you've got wee ones, or friends with wee ones, this'll be a pretty adorable addition to their home. It's from Etsy and starts at £15.00.
Peter Pan is one of those characters that popped up a lot in my life as I made my way to my teens. It started with the Disney film, and myself and my brother playing Peter Pan in the back garden. Not pirates and Indians; we pretended we had pixie dust and jumped off things,… Continue reading Film review: Peter Pan
This morning I headed off to the Outlaw Craft Fair in Penzance. I even got up early on my day off because the first 20 people through the door got a free goody bag - yay! Throughout the day, there was stalls, workshops, demos, live music and a deli - plenty to see and do,… Continue reading Outlaw Craft Fair