A couple more festive features…


I know it was only a week ago that I shared some of my festive features from around the web, but I’ve already had the great news that a couple more of my articles have been published too! I thought you might be interested to read them so here’s where I’ve popped up over the past week…

My festive bedroom decor blog post was featured on the Amara Interior Blog Awards blog this month. It made it into their round-up of the Top Interior Blog Posts of December and I’m so chuffed to be included. I’ve been included alongside some of my favourite award-winning interiors bloggers such as Kimberly from Swoon Worthy Blog (who I wrote about in the last issue of Reloved Magazine) and Old Fashioned Susie.And secondly, my blog post for the dotcomgiftshop blog was published. I wrote a piece on their collection of ceramics and shared tips on getting the best sale bargains when shopping for pottery and crockery. The blog post even made it into their newsletter for club members! Here’s the link to my ‘Super Ceramic Savings’ blog post – I hope you enjoy reading it!Also, I spotted that my craft caravan tour on the Cut Out And Keep blog has been shared recently so I thought you might like to take a peek inside my vintage caravan workshop/office and see some of the ‘before’ photos as well as plenty of up-to-date pics of my finished sewing room.

Author: Cassiefairy

Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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