Thursday, 28 September 2017

HARIBO Advent Calendar 2017 Review - Take a Peek at What's Inside

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Chocolate advent calendars aren't for everyone and I'm delighted to feature a fantastic alternative today that won't break the bank. The HARIBO Advent Calendar is currently available for just £7 via Amazon. The calendar is larger than the advent calendars we're used to and features 24 doors with a sweet treat behind each door. All of the treats are individually wrapped and many are Christmas themed. I love the Christmas scene featured on the front of this calendar and it certainly looks nice and inviting. 

HARIBO Advent Calendar 2017 Review - Take a Peek Inside


There's a good mix of treats inside and as we opened each door we enjoyed not knowing what was going to be behind each door - a range of treats rather than the same chocolate every day definitely adds to the countdown excitement! Here's a look at exactly what's inside (I won't ruin it and tell you which door they're all behind):  


We love Haribo and I loved that some of the treats were Christmas themed whether this be a mini bag of Winter Wonderland themed sweets or a large reindeer shaped jelly. 


HARIBO Advent Calendar 2017 Review - Take a Peek Inside






There was even a Christmas Tree behind one door (I've taken it out of it's wrapper for this photo).


The Christmas themed treats were mixed with regular favourites including with my personal favourite - Maoam bars! 





As my three were digging into this calendar I couldn't help but think it would be perfect for school teachers to use in their classrooms. Our school normally use chocolate calendars but I think this Haribo calendar is a lot less messy AND the children can keep the wrapped bag of sweets in their drawer until home time. Of course, these calendars aren't just for kids, Grown-ups will love them too and I must admit Steve and I did sneak a couple of doors open when the kids weren't looking. A daily dose of HARIBO in December will definitely keep me happy! 



HARIBO Advent Calendar 2017 Review - Take a Peek Inside

If you or your kids love HARIBO, this calendar won't disappoint and thanks to it's size and the range of treats included, I think it offers very good value for money. 

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5 Bargain Perfume Gifts to Buy Now & Put Away for Christmas

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Has anyone started their Christmas shopping yet? I've decided to start this week. There are a fair few bargains around at this time of year and today I'm sharing a couple of perfume sets to buy now and put away for Christmas.

1 - Sarah Jessica Parker Lovely Gift Set | Offer Price £34.99 (SAVE £35) - Buy here



2 -Calvin Klein Contradiction | Offer Price £19.99 (SAVE £50) - Buy here


3 - 7 Piece GHOST Fragrance Set | £36 - Buy here

4 - La Femme Prada Gift Set | £45.99 (SAVE £23) - Buy here

5 - Burberry Touch | £31.99 (SAVE £33) - Buy here



Let me know if you have a favourite perfume you'd like to pop on your Christmas list this year. 



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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Enchanted Parks 2017 | All You Need To Know + Family Ticket Giveaway


NewcastleGateshead Initiative & Gateshead Council have once again joined forces in 2017 to bring Saltwell Park to life during Enchanted Parks. This popular annual event is back with a brand new creative team and brand new theme and promises to bring a sprinkling of magic to Gateshead this year.



All you need to know about Enchanted Parks 2017


This year's theme is The Inventors' Ball and the fictional story of Ursula Wailes (heiress of Saltwell Towers) will be brought to life in this after hours and immersive experience that's suitable for the whole family. Saltwell Park will be filled with incredible adventures, weird and wonderful plants and wonderful creatures that will captivate both adults and children alike. Take a peek at what to expect below:


There is a brand new team on board so expect a few surprises this year. The new creative team includes Lorna Fulton and Susan Mullholland who share a wealth of experience between them including writing nine Christmas shows for Northern Stage (remember Tallest Tales from the Furthest Forest? That was Susan's work). 

Enchanted Parks 2017 will take place for 6 evenings from Tuesday 5 - Sunday 10 December 2017

Enchanted Parks 2017 | All You Need To Know + Family Ticket Giveaway

Enchanted Parks is funded by Arts Council England and Gateshead Council and is developed and commissioned by Newcastle Gateshead Initiative and Gateshead Council as part of Light up the North - a consortium of seven light festivals taking place across the North of England. Dalton Park are the official event sponsors. 


Enchanted Parks 2017 - Where to buy tickets


Tickets cost £8 per adult (+50p booking fee) and £3 per child under 16 (no booking fee). Children aged 3 and under go FREE. Tickets go on sale via www.enchantedparks.com from 9am on Wednesday 4 October. Set your alarms now as tickets always sell out quickly. 

Ticket Giveaway - Win a family ticket 


I have been provided with one family ticket to Enchanted Parks - The Inventors' Ball (2 adults and up to 3 children) to giveaway to one lucky reader. To enter, simply head over to this Facebook post and follow the instructions. Good luck!


T&C's Giveaway ends at midnight on 2 October 2017. One winner will be selected at random from all valid entries. Giveaway is not endorsed or promoted by Facebook. Ticket is valid for up to 2 adults and 3 children to attend Enchanted Parks 2017.




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Monday, 25 September 2017

Christmas Tree Pizza Swirls | Christmas Recipe


Christmas Tree Pizza Swirls | My Boys Club
I just love this Christmas twist given to pizza swirls by My Boys Club. I will definitely be trying these as a TV snack or taking them along to a Christmas party this year. You can follow the full recipe over on My Boys Club here. 
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Sunday, 24 September 2017

Christmas Giveaway | Win a hand-drawn framed colour caricature for 2 people with Helen Wardropper



Today I bring you another fabulous giveaway, this time it is courtesy of Helen Wardropper Caricatures.

Helen is a female caricature artist based in North East England and is fully DBS checked and insured. Helen is super experienced and can be hired to work with scouts, elderly groups, those with complex needs, for weddings, christenings, hen parties, school fairs, birthdays and other events. Prices are from just £30 per hour with gifts starting at £10. Check Helen's website here for full pricing details.


Give the gift of Caricature this Christmas 


Helen can provide surprise caricature gifts which can be hand drawn from 2-3 photographs and posted to anywhere in the UK. I think this gift is fun for couples and I know my kids would also love to receive something like this. Prices start at just £10. Email HelenWardropper79@gmail.com to enquire and receive a quote. 



Helen is also available to hire at Christmas parties, New Year celebrations and caricature classes. 

Christmas Giveaway 


Helen has kindly agreed to giveaway a hand drawn and framed colour caricature for up to two people that can be posted anywhere in the UK - you simply need to provide 2/3 photographs via email for Helen to work from. This will make a fabulous Christmas gift for a special couple in your life. You can enter using the rafflecopter giveaway below. You can enter daily via Twitter. good luck! You can also check out my other current giveaways here. 





Terms and Conditions:

*Prize is a framed hand-drawn colour caricature for up to two people which can be posted anywhere in the UK
*Prize can be provided as a gift voucher and can be transferred to another person
*Prize expires on 31/3/18
*One winner will be selected at random from all valid entries and contacted via email
*Giveaway ends at midnight on 29/10/17
*The winner is responsible for providing 3 colour photographs for Helen to work from
*No cash alternative and refunds can not be provided. The voucher cannot be transferred to another service. 
*Giveaway is open to over 18s only and excludes family members and colleagues of Helen Wardropper Caricatures and Mrs Mulled Wine. 
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Saturday, 23 September 2017

The Snowman UK Tour - 2017 Dates


Credit | Carrot Productions
The Raymond Briggs classic animation is now 35 years old but is definitely a piece that still remains as magical today. Christmas just isn't Christmas without The Snowman! This year, he is going on tour and you can catch a live performance in Cathedrals up and down the country including York Minster and Durham Cathedral. There are 15 venues in total. Head over to My Boys Club to read more and check out dates and venues near you. 
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Thursday, 21 September 2017

Remember Christmas from your childhood & you'll realise it's not all about the presents


At this time of year, it is all too easy to get sucked into consumerism. Endless toy adverts, pressure from Social Media to have the 'Perfect Christmas' and big-ticket items often costing the same as a small car can all lead to a lot of pressure on us to spend more than we can afford. I am certainly guilty of that. I've been thinking about my own childhood though and apart from the year I was surprised with a bike, it's not the big gifts I remember at all. My memories are filled with lots of special family times and today I'm going to remember these and come back to them when I feel a pang of guilt for not adding another 'must-have' gift to the kids' present pile this year.




My Favourite Christmas Memories


1 - Putting the Christmas Tree up

This was always a family event and we'd usually put our tree up on the first Sunday in December. We pretty much had the same tree and decorations for most of my childhood and I loved seeing the same decorations year after year.

2 - Lying in bed on Christmas Eve

Is there anything more exciting than lying in bed on Christmas Eve and trying to get to sleep so Santa Claus can visit?

3 - A Fancy dinner with crackers and a decorated table

My mam would always decorate and set our table on Christmas Eve and it always looked so beautiful! There was definitely something special about sitting down to dinner fancy tableware, proper napkins and crackers. Sharing cheesy jokes around the table is just the best.

4 - Going to see Fenwick's Window in the dark

This is a big thing in the North East and when you are taken into Newcastle to see Fenwick's Window, you know that Christmas is on it's way. In the 80s and 90s we'd always visit on a Thursday night (late night shopping back in the day) after school. We'd park in Civic Centre, fight the crowds to press our nose up against the window and check out the theme for this year, take a ride on the Helter Skelter that was always along the street and then head to McDonalds on Northumberland Street which was a real treat for us.

5 - Big family get-togethers

Christmas always meant big family get-togethers. I loved our big parties on Boxing Day at my mam's aunt's house. We'd all sit around the table for a buffet, I'd get to play with my cousins and we'd play a song or two on the piano.

6 - Chocolate for breakfast

Christmas Day is the only day of the year that I'd be allowed such an indulgence and sample a couple of chocolate coins from my stocking before breakfast. What a treat!

7 - Body shop gift sets

When I was around 10/11 I was obsessed with Body Shop gift sets and products. I remember one year being so excited at the fact that I received not one but two bottles of Dewberry bubble bath. Sometimes the most inexpensive presents are the best.

8 - Advent Calendars

It's September and my children have already started asking about advent calendars. I love this part of Christmas - both enjoying a chocolate every day AND sharing with your friends at school the picture behind the door.

9 - Christmas lights

Another part of Christmas I distinctly remember is being taken out for a drive in the evening and visiting a few streets that went all out with Christmas lights. As a child I had never seen anything like it. Magical!

10 - Shopping for gifts

There were 5 of us in my friendship group at school and we all used to spend a couple of £ on special gifts for each other. This might have just been a door plaque, bubble bath or friendship bracelet but buying and receiving these gifts was always super special.


My own Christmas memories aren't the times I received an over-priced toy or the latest electronic device and I bet yours aren't either. This is something I'm going to keep at the front of my mind over the next few months as I start my Christmas shopping.

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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Christmas Giveaway | Win a Reiki Gift Voucher with Cygnet North East Ltd.


Cygnet North East Ltd empower their clients to be the best version of themselves through counselling, employment support, meditation and reiki.



Give the gift of Reiki this Christmas

Reiki is a holistic therapy. It's gentle and safe and aims to re-balance the body and provide deep relaxation and calm. A session can make the perfect gift for those who are always busy and need to take some time out. You can find out what to expect from a Reiki session here. 

Cygnet North East are offering Reiki sessions in the run-up to Christmas which can help you stay more in control or perhaps you'd like to purchase a Reiki gift voucher which can be given as a gift. Contact Kelly@CygnetNorthEast.com to book or order a voucher. Cygnet North East are based at North Shields Business Centre, Saville Street. 

Christmas Giveaway

Cygnet North East has provided Mrs Mulled Wine with the following prize to giveaway to one lucky reader:

  • One Reiki session lasting up to an hour with assessment and debrief

The winner is responsible for their own travel to Cygnet North East in North Shields. Enter using rafflecopter below. Daily entry is allowed via Twitter. Good luck! You can also check out my other Christmas giveaways here. 




*Prize is a one hour Reiki session at Cygnet North East including assessment and debrief
*Prize can be provided as a gift voucher and is transferable
*Prize expires on 31/3/18
*One winner will be selected at random from all valid entries and contacted via email
*Giveaway ends at midnight on 29/10/17
*The winner is responsible for travel to/from Cygnet North East in North Shields 
*No cash alternative and refunds can not be provided. The voucher cannot be transferred to another service or treatment. 
*Giveaway is open to over 18s only and excludes family members and colleagues of Cygnet North East and Mrs Mulled Wine. 
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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Telford Steam Railway Polar Express | A Review


Telford Steam Railway Polar Express | Plutonium Sox
Plutonium Sox have declared Telford Steam Railway Polar Express to be their favourite 'Santa Train'. You can read why and check out their full review here.
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Monday, 18 September 2017

Melting Snowman Biscuits | Christmas Recipe


Melting Snowman Biscuit Recipe | Big Family, Big Fun Blog
I love creating seasonal treats with the kids after school over the festive period and this recipe from Big Family, Big Fun Blog is perfect. It's no-bake, quick and easy! Try these yourself by following the recipe here. 
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Sunday, 17 September 2017

10 Perfect Stocking Fillers for Star Wars Fans (all less than £5)

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If there's one thing all of my children love, it's Star Wars. If ever I'm stuck for a gift to buy or a little present to make up a gift, something Star Wars themed will be my first choice. There are so many wonderful Star Wars themed gifts out there that I've decided to put together my favourite 10 stocking fillers for under £5.



1 - Death Star Ice Cub Tray - buy here

Create the best ice cubes ever and keep your drinks chilled in style. 

2 - Dark Side Light Side Light Switch - buy here

Love this sticker which is a fun addition to any room. 

3 - Star Wars : Doodles Book - buy here

Perfect to keep kids entertained throughout the festive season. 

4 - Where's Wookie Book - buy here

We love this book and it's fab for car travel or quiet time. 

5 - LEGO Star Wars : Choose Your Side - buy here

Complete the Star Wars themed activities and choose your side wisely! 

6 - Star Wars Memory Game - buy here

A Star Wars twist on this classic memory game. 

7 - Star Wars Pen - buy here

Perfect for older Star Wars fans to keep at work or in a pencil case. 

8 - Star Wars Joke Book - buy here

Perfect for around the Christmas dinner table if the cracker jokes fall flat. 

9 - Star Wars Colour Change Mug - buy here

Enjoy your morning coffee with a side of Darth Vader

10 - Death Star Paper Light Shade - buy here

A fantastic centre piece at a bargain price! 




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Friday, 15 September 2017

9 Fairytale Christmas Markets to Visit in Europe 2017

I love a good Christmas Market and it's my dream to visit a proper Christmas Market in Europe. It's my birthday in December and I keep hinting to Steve to take me to Belin but so far it has fallen on deaf ears!


Today I've put together a list of some of the best Christmas Markets in Europe. Let me know if you've visited any or there are any others you'd recommend.


Stuttgart, Ludwingsburg and Esslingen Christmas Markets - Germany

Credit - Exraordinay Chaos
As Extraordinary Chaos points out in this post, Stuttgart in Germany is only just over 1 hour away and with flights from Heathrow available from just £24.99, it's not an expensive place to travel to either.  There are three markets to visit in the vicinity ranging from the main Stuttgart market with it's street food and ice rink to Ludwigsburg with it's twinkling lights and gingerbread and the picture perfect Esslingen Medieval Market with street performers, craft stalls and magical candlelit evenings.

  • Stutttgart Market runs from 29 November - 23 December 2017 : Website
  • Ludwigsburg Market runs from 23 November - 22 December 2017 : Website
  • Esslingen Medieval Market runs from 28 November - 22 December 2017 : Website


Landshut's Christmas Market, Bavaria - Germany


Credit | A Bavarian Sojourn
Landshut's Christmas Market is small but perfectly formed and A Bavarian Sojourn has captured it perfectly in this post. There's plenty of festive food available as well as warm spiced wine, a children's funfair and gifts to buy. Temperatures can get chilly so wrap up warmly for this one.
  • Landshut's Christmas Market runs from 30 November - 23 December 2017 : Website


Bologna Christmas Market, Italy

Credit | Space in Your Case
I will be honest when I say that visiting Italy in December is just never an option that has crossed my mind but after reading this post by Penny from Space In Your Case, I have well and truly changed my mind. Bologna looks SO festive! From fairy lights, to Christmas trees and beautiful decorations everywhere you look, Bologna is home to some of the best hot chocolate that money can buy, fabulous street food and gifts and you'll definitely receive a warm welcome.  

  • Bologna Christmas Markets take place throughout December : Website


Berlin, Leipzig, Munich and Salzberg Christmas Markets, Germany & Austria

Credit | The Family Adventure Project
The Family Adventure Project visited four cities in their quest to experience an authentic Christmas Market and documented their journey here (well worth a read).  First stop was Berlin which they describe as the Hollywood of Christmas Markets. There are actually over 60 Christmas Markets in Berlin offering everything from tobogganing and ice skating to chocolate covered pretzels, fire pits and fairground rides.

Next up is Leipzig, one of the most historic markets in Germany. With over 250 stalls there is a fairytale forest where the trees talk, elaborate wooden stalls, a Ferris wheel and handmade gifts, it's clear to see why this market is a popular choice.

Munich Christmas Markets are super popular so expect them to be crowded. From alpine carol singers to nativity accessories for sale, gingerbread stalls and hand blown glass decorations, there is so much to see and do.

Salzburg Christmas Market is picture perfect with simple wooden huts and open courtyards. Treat yourself to a Schnitzel or Strudel and take in the atmosphere as you admire the hand crafted goods for sale. 
  • Berlin Christmas Markets run across various dates : Website
  • Leipzig Christmas Market runs from 28 November - 23 December 2017 : Website
  • Munich Christmas Markets run from 27 November - 24 December 2017 : Website
  • Salzburg Christmas Marker runs from 23 November : Website
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How to Create a Magical Christmas Eve Box



A Christmas Eve is a lovely Christmas tradition. We use a personalised box and fill it with treats. Read our guide to what to include in your box here. 
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Thursday, 14 September 2017

18 Awesome toys from the 80s and 90s that you can still buy today


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I'd love to hear what your favourite toys were as you were growing up. For me, it had to be my fashion wheel and Barbie caravan. I would spend hours playing with them! Today I'm taking you on a trip down memory lane and remembering some of the best toys from the 80s and 90s that are still available today. I would LOVE to play Atmosphere with my own children and think Heidi would love a Cupcake Surprise Doll. Let me know if you have any favourites from the list.




1 - Tamagotchi buy here

I remember forcing my parents to feed and water my digital pal when I was at school! Not sure I want my three to do the same.......

2 - Super Soaker - buy here

A Super Soaker was the ultimate outdoor toy in our area and our whole street would often head outside and join in with a massive water fight whenever someone decided to wash their car.

3 - Atmosphere - buy here

Atmosphere was the game of choice for us girls when we were around aged 10. We would go over to our friend's house, dim the lights and pop in a video. Yes - I'm sure it was a video back in the 90s.

4 - Fashion Wheel - buy here

Fashion Wheel was one of my favourites. I'd spend hours in my bedroom creating new designs and imagining a career travelling the world as a designer (that dream totally worked out).

5 - Thundercats figures - buy here

Steve loved Thundercats when he was younger, in fact he still has a couple of the figures today.

6 - Glo Worm - buy here

I distinctly remember from my childhood if there was ever a new baby for us to visit, they'd always have a glo worm toy!

7 - Tracey Island - buy here

My little bro was lucky enough to receive his own Tracey Island for Christmas and we'd spend hours playing together. Thunderbird 2 was totally my favourite!

8 - My Little Pony - buy here

I didn't own any My Little Pony's but one of my friends did - I remember she had stables for them and everything. It was always our toy of choice whenever I visited on a play date.

9 - Buzz Lightyear - buy here

It is probably a little past my time but I still remember the huge chaos when everyone needed a Buzz Lightyear for Christmas but they were sold out everywhere.....

10 - Barbie Caravan - buy here

I LOVED my Barbie Caravan and it was probably my most played with toy. We went on many adventures together and I loved that it had it's own detachable car.

11 - Spirograph - buy here

Looking back now, I think a Spirograph is a pretty boring toy but really enjoyed creating lots of crazy patterns, I think it was therapeutic!

12 - Mr Pop - buy here

Mr Pop was one of our favourite childhood games. The anticipation waiting for the face to pop was almost too much at times! I think I'm going to buy this for my own children this year.

13 - Mr Frosty - buy here

I yearned for a Mr Frosty when I was a child but it was always a big fat no. Every single Christmas morning I'd hope that this would be the year and it never was. As a grown up myself now, I can totally see where my parents were coming from. We've tried Mr Frosty and although the kids loved it, I thought it was pretty crap!

14 - Cupcake Surprise Doll - buy here

I adored my Cupcake Surprise doll and both myself and my cousin had one. They looked like a cupcake but would open out into a doll. They each had their own scent too - mine was strawberry.

15 - Pogs - buy here

The pog craze well and truly swept our middle school by storm and every child would own hundreds of them. Break times were spent swapping and playing and I actually can't believe they are still around now.

16 - Stretch Armstrong - buy here

I remember walking past Stretch Armstrong toys in the toy shop and always thinking they looked like so much fun. I never got to play with one though. Sob!

17 - Screwball Scramble - buy here

My next door neighbour had Screwball Scramble and every time I went over I'd insist we play - I was obsessed! I think my three would enjoy this now too.

18 - Mouse Trap - buy here

My grandma had a retro version of Mouse Trap and I always remember playing it when we spent the night. Happy days!


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Festive Bloody Mary | Christmas Cocktail Recipe


Festive Bloody Mary | Supper in the Suburbs
We are fond of a Bloody Mary in our house but are traditionalists when it comes to making our own. I love the idea of adding Christmas spices to give this drink a festive twist though and we'll be trying this recipe by Supper in the Suburbs out at some point in December. Read the full recipe here.
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Wednesday, 13 September 2017

14 versions of Monopoly you need in your life this Christmas

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14 versions of Monopoly you need in your life this Christmas



Monopoly has to be the ultimate family board game to play around the table. Created way back in 1935, this classic game has been the source of multiple arguments in our family through the years - who gets to be the dog? is the banker cheating? stop being so competitive...... you get the picture. It can also be lots of fun and aimed at children aged 8+ is a game of fast dealing, quick thinking and strategy. I remember playing with my mam's old Monopoly game when I was growing up and at home now we have a couple of versions (Star Wars is our favourite) and there are now thousands of versions available around the world (if you have a few hours to spare, you can check out the full list here). I've put together a list of some of my favourites. Let me know which version you have at home.

1 - Game of Thrones Monopoly - buy here

The race for control for Westeros is on. Playing tokens include the iron throne, a white walker and a dragon egg. 

2 - Queen Monopoly - buy here

Tour your favourite gigs but watch out for jail and bankruptcy! 

3 - Transformers Monopoly - buy here

This retro Transformers game includes Autobots at playing tokens. 

4 - Adventure Time Monopoly - buy here

Princess BubbleGum, Jake and Finn all star in this special Adventure Time version of Monopoly. 

5 - Disney Monopoly - buy here

Travel through fairy tale lands and enjoy this classic Disney twist on Monopoly. Tokens include Aladdin's Lamp and the Poison Apple from Snow White. 

6 - Shopkins Monopoly Junior - buy here

Monopoly Junior is suitable for ages 5+ and this Shopkins version will definitely be a hit with younger children. Characters include Gran Jam and Cupcake Queen. 

7 - 007 Monopoly - buy here

One for James Bond fans, you can choose to play as Bond, Spectre or even an Aston Martin. 

8 - Nintendo Monopoly - buy here

Mario, Luigi and Zelda are part of this fun version that's perfect for Nintendo fans. 

9 - Christmas Monopoly - buy here

This version is next on my list - tokens, the board and properties are all festive themed.

10 - Star Wars Monopoly - buy here

You can play as your favourite Star Wars character and dominate the galaxy in this version. 

11 - Avengers Monopoly - buy here

Play as your favourite Avengers character and pick up a S.H.I.E.L.D or Villians card when you take a chance. 

12 - Doctor Who Monopoly - buy here

This version celebrates 50 years of Doctor Who and features 11 doctors plus some much loved companions. 

13 - One Direction Monopoly - buy here

This version of Monopoly will make a perfect gift for any 1D fan out there. 

14 - Original Monopoly - buy here

Of course, you can't go wrong with the classic can you? 

Let me know which version of Monopoly you'd like to play this Christmas. 

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How to make your own elf on the shelf


Homemade Elf on the Shelf | How to Rock at Parenting
Fancy joining in with elf on the shelf this year? How about making your own? How to Rock at Parenting has created a step by step guide to do just that. You can read it here. 
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Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Bath Christmas Market


Bath Christmas Market | The Parenting Game
Lucy from The Parenting Game takes us on a tour around Bath Christmas Market and gives us an idea of what to expect. It's definitely a market I'd love to visit myself. You can read the full review here. 

Bath's Christmas Market will run from 23 November to 10 December in 2017. Find out more here. 
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Monday, 11 September 2017

10 Paw Patrol Christmas Stocking Fillers for Under £10

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10 Paw Patrol Christmas Stocking Fillers for Under £10

I have yet to meet a toddler who does not love Paw Patrol. It's certainly one of my nephew's favourite shows. I don't think it's ever too early to start on Christmas Shopping and with that in mind, I've found 10 Paw Patrol bargains all under £10 - perfect as stocking fillers. Let me know if you fancy any.

1 - Paw Patrol Magnetic Scribbler - buy here

2 - Paw Patrol Bowling Set - buy here

3 - Paw Patrol Fairy Lights - buy here

4 - Paw Patrol Pop-up Game - buy here

5 - Paw Patrol Inflatable Chair - buy here

6 - Paw Patrol 1000 Stickers Book - buy here

7 - Paw Patrol Lunch bag, sandwich box and drinking bottle set - buy here

8 - Paw Patrol Pups Save Christmas DVD - buy here

9 - Paw Patrol Hat & Gloves - buy here

10 - Paw Patrol Top Trumps - buy here


Check up-to-date prices here




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Mary Berry's Classic Christmas Cake | Recipe



Are you looking to make a classic christmas cake this year and follow a recipe that is super easy to follow? Check out this classic recipe by Mary Berry. 
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Friday, 8 September 2017

How to make a homemade footprint Christmas card (2 designs)


Footprint Christmas Card | Beauties and the Bibs
If you fancy getting crafty with your little ones this Christmas, why not try these fab homemade Christmas Cards? You can find full instructions by Beauties and the Bibs here. 

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Thursday, 7 September 2017

How to make an homemade fabric wreath


Fabric Wreath | Mrs Shilts
I love the idea of creating my own wreath and think this version by Mrs Shilts looks very effective. You can follow instructions and create your own here. 
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