T-shirt reviews: Punk Paws & Tricky Ink

I’m a sucker for quirky t-shirts, I like them to show what I am interested in just because I find it fun whether its films, comics, characters, bands or jokes. My go to outfit is usually a t-shirt and skinny jeans so I always enjoy finding new places to buy shirts from and so I’m reviewing my two new favourite places, Punk Paws and Tricky Ink for you guys to hopefully find your new favourites.  Continue reading

Bath Viking’s bath bomb review #8 

This week’s bath bomb review continues from last week where I reviewed Radioactive Unicorn‘s Over my Dead Body and have now tried the Gift of the Gods grenade costing £5.95. As mentioned in the last post, we purchased from Radioactive Unicorn upon recommendation however after the last bomb we found some issues and felt like this bomb would be the decider in what we thought about them.   Continue reading

Date Night #1: Walton on the Naze

We are starting a new segment for the blog called Date Night! Bath Viking and I have been together for over 5 years now and we like to plan all different kinds of Date nights on all different budgets. Last week I went to stay the weekend at his in the seaside village of Walton on Naze where we went for a dinner and a lunch at the local pub/restaurant The Bath House. Continue reading

Bath Viking’s bath bomb review #7

This weeks bath bomb isn’t from Lush, no we do love our Lush but a good friend of ours Lady Noctis the cosplayer and model recommended an awesome company called Radioactive Unicorn. We had to wait for them to go on sale at a certain time as I’m guessing they had needed a restock and we were warned that they would sell out quickly, Rachel ordered the two that she thought I would love the most and this is what I got: Continue reading

Daily Essentials

A few weeks ago I did a post about my weekend essentials for staying with the boyfriend, Bath Viking and have since been talking to other bloggers who asked what I do and use daily so I thought I would put a post together and show you what I do. I am a seamstress, blogger and a student so I am very busy but I like staying busy. My daily essentials show what I use for seamstress and blogging work as well as how I prepare myself.  Continue reading

OOTD: Interview with Doc Martens

This time last week I was lacing up my 1460 classic doc marten boots with my red laces in for my job interview with Doc Martens who will be opening a new store in the city I live in. As soon as I saw they were opening the store I was ecstatic, I live 30 minutes away from London by train and remember 5 years ago when I begged my dad to take me to Westfields Stratford to get me a pair of boots for Christmas. Daddy’s little princess wasn’t allowed “thug boots” until I had dragged him to the store and shown him for myself how practical and awesome they are. He has since got his own pair and I have gain several more too and now we don’t need to go to London to buy more. Continue reading

Bath Viking’s Bath Bomb review #5

This week I am reviewing the Fizzbanger from Lush available for £3.95 and this one was recommended to me by the awesome staff because of knowing what I like from a bath bomb. As per usual with all our reviews, we are buying the products ourselves and do not gain anything from the posts apart from a lovely bath and sharing the experience with you guys. We also have some non-Lush bomb bombs on the way as well as we are always looking for more places that sell them so if there are any you want us to try, comment or let us know on social media. Continue reading

Fabric Review: Cotton Reel Studio

During my Top 10 Basic Sewing tips for beginners post from the other day, I was using my favourite dress pattern to make the garment which was the subject of the photos because in the words of supermodel of the world, Rupaul, “I’ll take one in every colour” and so I used fabric ordered from Cotton Reel Studio to create my next version of the dress.  Previous versions of the dress can be seen below and as you can see I like to make them different to each other even though it is the same pattern, differences include velvet, cotton, poly cotton, and pleather as well as the obvious colours. I have two pink dresses for example but they are different shades, textures and patterns. Continue reading