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This homemade vanilla coconut sugar scrub on Bubby+Bean is super easy to make for a gift, and it must smell delicious!


Selina’s red hair is one of her most recognisable traits, so reading how she has gone from red to blonde is really interesting, especially if you’ve done it before.
(I just wanted to add in here, thank you Selina for being my lunch buddy to bounce ideas off about what became Bonjour, Blogger! – she also has a Kindle book out about how to get a fashion internship♦, which is well worth a read!)


This DIY beach tote by Amy on Homey Oh My! is beautiful – and no sew, so anyone can have a go at them!


On Joy Felicity Jane, Tania wrote her recipe for a better day – how to turn a day around where you got up on the wrong side of the bed!

We can all identify with Lauryn’s post about telling people about your blog – be proud of your blog!


These mini champagne cakes on My Name Is Yeh are beautiful – everyone knows making food smaller makes them more delicious ;)


There’s nothing better in the warm weather than having a BBQ, and this “not-really-a-recipe” from Rachel Phipps combining banana, marshmallow, chocolate and biscuits is the perfect way to use the last of the heat on the coals.


With Glasto next weekend, SJ shows you how to create your own floral crown DIY. Cute, affordable, and will always perfectly match your outfit – what more do you want at a festival? (Well, besides good weather, clean toilets and a real bed…)

Posts on Bonjour, Blogger this week included an iPhone and Android app to collage your photos, a discussion on how jealousy can harm your blog, a look at how to organise your blog posts and the full text from the Blognix presentation “Disclosure: Not A Dirty Word”

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