Thomas Sabo – Jewellery for Mother and Daughter

*In collaboration with Thomas Sabo* The first proper piece of jewellery I ever owned was a silver charm bracelet which I think my Aunty bought me when I was about 11.  It was a very traditional charm bracelet with a little silver heart clasp and a safety chain.  Over the years I added charms to it – some were passed down to me by my mum, others were bought as birthday or Christmas gifts or to celebrate special occasions.  I remember one of my favourite charms was an old Mother Hubbard boot – the sole of the boot could be opened up to show little people living inside.  It was a bit of a faff to get charms added to the bracelet as Mum had to take it to the jewellers for me to get them soldered on so I would end up saving them up and getting a few…

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Terradora Hiking Boots from Keen Footwear – Review

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Muddy Puddles Puddleflex Outerwear for Kids

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The importance of sunglasses for children

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Molly Brown London – Honey Bee Necklace

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Grass & Air Light Catcher Mac – Review

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Winter Adventures with Reima – Review

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It has been said many times before but we are big believers in the quote which goes something along the lines of; There’s … View Post