If you follow me on twitter you will have known that it was my 21st birthday on Monday! I had such a great time and my boyfriend took me to London for the weekend to watch The Woman in Black at the theatre which i thoroughly enjoyed,i also had some time to go shopping so there will be a London haul post up soon! I also celebrated last night out with my friends from uni, night clubs were definitely more fun when i was 18 though haha! Anyway, i thought i would share with all of you what i received for my birthday,this post isn’t at all bragging at what i got, i am ever so grateful and lucky with what i received 🙂 I’ve compiled lots of pictures of my presents but i wont explain about them all as there is too much for me to write but you will be seeing lots of individual reviews and outfit posts to come soon, so i hope you enjoy reading!
Shirt- Matalan(Kids section!!)//Jumper – Primark//Socks – Primark//Panda slippers – Next
Soap & Glory set// Simple skincare set
Real techniques expert face brush// No7 Nail glitter collection// Montague Jeunesse face masks// Soap & Glory endless glove cream// Champneys citrus blush shower gel
Tangle Teezer aqua splash// Essie Midnight Cami// Bourjois shade 18
Gingerbread silicone mould – The Range// Heart shaped tin – The Range// Chocolates – Hotel Chocolat// Toast it notes – Paperchase
Panasonic Lumix – Finally a better camera to take some good blog photos!
Its not a birthday without a Colin the caterpillar cake!
Sewing kit(uni essential) – Hobby Craft// Hanging heart – Hobby Craft
I received this gorgeous cake stand from my boyfriends mum which is so pretty, and how cute are the knitted cupcakes,the ladybird and the rose!!! My mum is a brilliant knitter and has made me some great items in the past for me that i shall definitely be doing a blog post on soon!
My favourite birthday cards that i received were these!! My sister made me the brilliant moon pig card,i love how personal they are and a great thing to keep, my mum also made the middle card which is SO good,its very pinterest!
I hope you enjoyed reading and looking at all the pictures!