Have you done any Christmas Shopping yet? I like to get mine done early but I’m always on a look out for a Bargain. I’ve found a selection of bargain kids toys share with you. Enjoy!?
My Boo loves Frozen, she had a fabulous Frozen Birthday party last summer, we even had snow in July! This Christmas she has helped me put together this gift wish list of Frozen toiletries.
Frozen Lip Balm Trio.
Frozen Bath and Beauty Wash Bag.
This lovely bag comes with a selection of toiletries, 50ml Hair Spritz, 50ml Bath and Shower Gel, 50ml Shimmer Lotion, 30ml Body Sprtiz and 2x Bath Fizzers. The bag is reuseable and very good quality, Boo’s eldest sister has already tried to nab it for her make up! Boo really loved the bath fizzers and can’t wait for the party season to use the glittering hair spritz. A lovely gift at £10 from Boots.
Shimmer and Sparkle Bubble Bath
This was our favourite. An adorable bottle with a jewelled lid, decorated with a bracelet and shimmery ribbon. The bubble bath shimmers when shaken and the whole thing is just really pretty. Boo loved the bracelet and couldn’t wait to wear it. The bubble bath produces lots of shimmery bubbles when poured under running water. At just £5 it’s a lovely gift or stocking filler from Boots.
Frozen is the new Disney film that came out last winter, it’s full of snow and ice and a funny snowman….so you can imagine my joy when my daughter wanted a Frozen party for her birthday….in July! Not only that but one of the hottest Julys in my memory! Has it been hotter than 1976? ahem, yes I do remember that far back and my little leather look hotpants!
So, off to Pinterest I trotted and found a whole host of Frozen party ideas. Then I decided that I wasn’t clever enough/creative enough and decided to come up with my own ideas.
The cake I did find inspiration for, but I have been having a bit of a lost mojo moment with my cake decorating lately. I decided to make it easy on myself and grab my daughter an extra birthday present in the process and I bought the figures on Ebay. The cake itself was two tiers of chocolate deliciousness, you just can’t beat a moist chocolate cake. I was desperately trying to find a sugar thermometer that didn’t cost as much as the entire pack of figures so I could make the ‘ice’ but then my local cake shop man…Thanks Richard from Love Cake Supplies…gave me a great idea. I bought a bag of Foxes Glacier Mints and placed them on tin foil on a baking tray. I baked them at a medium temp and kept an eye on them until they melted, about 5 mins. They came out as a flat sheet of minty candy which I left to cool and then broke up to make into ice shards for my cake. So much easier than making your own sugar candy.
Boo told me she had a fantastic day, and we couldn’t have wished for nicer weather for a garden party.
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