A few years ago I studied Art & Design and specialised in Graphics, so I have always had an eye for Graphics which has come into play in terms of my blog and my branding but whilst having a blog has been absolutely incredible, I haven't really been in touch with my 'creative' side as much as I would have liked to!

When Reeves contacted me with regards to creating a Valentine's post, I was immediately planning out what I could do in terms of the creativity and it has been so fun tapping into my creative side again! 

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I decided to create a card which may sound a little simple but I wanted to imitate my font across the card and it's not been as easy as it may look given how intricate my font is... After several attempts I finally felt I had produced a card that best matched my font and to create this, I used:


I chose to go for the Pastels as I like how soft the final finish is and how effective it is!

Within the Pastel Paper Pack you get 16 A4 pieces of Pastel Paper, all of which are acid-free and multi-coloured. 4 sheets of Yellow, White, Green and Blush. The Soft Pastels has 12 colours all of which range from black, greens, blues, reds and oranges right through to the lighter colours of yellow and white.

To find out more about Reeves, click here!

Do you like my card? Did I match my font well enough? Have you used any of Reeves products before? If so, which ones? Will you be creating your own Valentines card this year? Do let me know your thoughts as I would love to hear from you and don't forget to click that 'like' button below!

*Please note, this post has been sponsored.


Despite being single, Valentine's is always one of my favourite times of the year, perhaps I'm just a romantic at heart, or because I like to see all of the special Limited Edition packaging? Either way, I'm a fan! For this Valentine's Gift Guide I have compiled a few fragrances ranging from luxury to high street and quirky to special! Whether you're single like me, why not treat yourself to one of these? I won't tell if you don't...

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JOOP - WOW! // £39

An oriental fragrance that is guaranteed to get you noticed! Featuring notes such as - Orange Blossom, Spiced Cinnamon and Tonka Bean.

Purchase here!

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Geza Schoen by Project Renegades is an absolute gem. Designed to be unconventional and proudly different, I can safely say it is exactly that! Designed to create a whole portrait of a tree, it features the notes of Pink Pepper, Lemon, Juniper, Moss, Incense and Sandalwood.

Purchase here!



An elegant and sharp fragrance which features notes such as - Bergamot, Artemisia, Coriander and Cumin. Best worn for daytime!

Purchase here!

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A woody fragrance which features many notes such as - Lavender, Pink Pepper, Geranium, Suede and Ambery Woods!

Purchase here!

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One of my personal favourites, a bold and sensual fragrance! Best worn on an evening.

Purchase here for Mens and here for Womens!


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A unisex fragrance in which it has been created around one ingredient: Vetiveryle Acetate. Best worn throughout the daytime! 

Purchase here!



A fragrance designed to evoke strength, tenderness, modernity and tradition. I find this can be worn throughout the daytime and has long lasting power!

Purchase here!

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Have you smelt any of these featured in my Gift Guide? Has this Gift Guide inspired you in any way and introduced you to some new fragrances? What sort of fragrances do you like to wear? Let me know your thoughts as I would love to hear from you, and don't forget to click the 'like' button below!


No Valentine's would be complete without some heavenly chocolates and what better gift than the Hotel Chocolat's 'Valentine Chocolate Box'!?

Filled with 27 delicious bite-sized treats ranging from heart-shaped caramels, fruits, tipples and pralines, these are the goodies inside!

  • Perfect in Pecan
  • Rasberry Daiquiri
  • Champagne
  • Vanilla
  • Chilli Caramel
  • Passion Fruit
  • Salted Caramel Kiss
  • Nuts about Raspberry
  • Salted Espresso

Each chocolate flavour comes 3 times, ideal for sharing with your loved one and that cheeky third one could be an extra treat for yourself, right? I won't say if you don't...

To purchase Hotel Chocolat's incredible Valentine Chocolate Box, click here!

Have you shopped with Hotel Chocolat before? Which is your favourite chocolate? Will you be treating your other half to this Valentine Chocolate Box? Or will you be treating yourself!? Do let me know your thoughts below as I would love to hear from you and don't forget to click the 'like' button!


Following on from my Healthy Halloween Snacks, a few of my readers had told me that they had really enjoyed that post, so I felt it was only natural for me to create some Healthy Snacks again, this time, for Valentine's! I took inspiration from Pinterest, and came up with a few ideas to make these my own. I hope you enjoy these creations, and if you have any other ideas/suggestions on what you'll be creating yourselves, then do let me know!


  1. Before you begin, you will need heart shaped stencil cutouts (I ordered mine here.), and some fruit and vegetables of your choice!
  2. Simply place the heart stencil onto the chosen fruit/vegetable and slowly push down to create the desired shape.
  3. Once you have the shape, slowly raise the stencil filled with the fruit/vegetable and carefully remove.
  4. & there we have it! It's that simple! 
  5. For an added extra, why not fill your love heart in with a few other fruit/vegetables. For instance, I chose to use the extra strawberries I had to fill them in with blueberries!


  1. To begin with, you will need your chosen fruit.
  2. Some skewers - they can range in sizes, anything from cocktail sticks (depending on how miniature you're wanting to go), or some BBQ skewers!
  3. Simply arrange the fruit and slowly push them onto the skewers carefully without damaging them.


  1. To begin, you will need some banana's, and a pen.
  2. Simply write your messages onto your banana's.
  3. & there we have it! Simple, but highly effective.

These three ideas took me around 45 minutes to do, they were super quick and easy to create, and will make for a great activity with your loved one this Valentines!

Have you experimented with food similar to this before? Which is your favourite idea out of the three that I have made? Will you be trying any of these out? Let me know down below if you do create any of these, as I would love to see them! Also, don't forget to hit that like button down below!