Recent Purchases

So, over the past few weeks I have purchased quite a few things and I thought I'd share them with you. We are in the process of moving Isabelle into the back bedroom, which is larger than her current room and will allow her more room to play and store things as she grows up. We plan to start decorating Easter weekend - I will do a separate post on this to update you with our progress! Here's a few things I have started to collect in the mean time.
This bedding, curtains and accessories are from Next, I love the neutral colours and think the fairy princess motif is so pretty.
The two smaller canvasses are from Next and the larger one is from Dunelm Mill, they are both so cute and the one from Dunelm Mill was only £6.99...bargain! I came across these small antique style picture frames in Next. 
I follow HotUKDeals on Facebook and recently seen an offer for this balance bike. I had seen quite a few children in Germany with them and thought they had looked good. Incase your wondering what they are, a balance bike helps children to balance and steer. The ryder first walks the bike whilst standing over the saddle, then whilst sitting in the saddle. Eventually, they should feel comfortable to run and 'scoot' while riding the bike, then to lift both feet off the ground and cruise whilst balancing on two wheels. We took Issy to Llandudno a few weeks ago to trial it out.
I was in Chester last week and GAP had a 40% off sale so I bought this cute cream eyelet tank which you can find it here. These skinny jeans are from Next and have a quirky and fun moustache belt these can be found here. I think the red and navy tunic is sweet and stylish and I love the way they can be worn separately, you can find it here.
This blue heart playsuit and tea dress are both from Next and can be found here and not forgetting the cropped leggings below can be found here.
This cute little navy jacket with purple embroidery and metallic gold shift dress with pearl detail on the peter pan collar are from Monsoon.
I have been on the hunt for the 'perfect nude' palette for a while and when I was on my way home from Germany in March, I spotted this in the airport and thought I would treat myself. I love that it's half matte and half shimmer with 14 different shades. It's definitely worth taking a peek, it's available here and it's now available in larger Boots' stores, priced at £36.
And last but not least, I have started to buy a few things ready for Easter from places like The Works and BMStores. There's a few craft activities and I plan to make up an Easter basket for her off the Easter Bunny of course!

I love to read comments and hear feedback with your own experiences too, so feel free to share and comment!

Jemma xXx
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