Friday 30 March 2012

Celebrate National Cleavage Day plus enter to win a fab Wonderbra! - COMPETITION NOW CLOSED!

Well ladies, today, March 30th 2012, is National Cleavage day and to celebrate I thought i'd share with you a few of Wonderbra's hints to help create that ultimate cleavage a little competition so be sure to read to the end!!

How to make the most of your cleavage . . .

To help you celebrate National Cleavage Day Wonderbra has compiled the following top tips. . .
Inject some lace!
Lace and fabric trims are perfect to draw attention to areas where you want it. Spice up a plain outfit by using patterned and textured underwear that only you know about…..for now at least!
Make sure your bra is the perfect fit
When you’re browsing for a boob-boosting bra, ask to be measured by a professional fitter. Your bra should sit flat to your chest bone so that the support comes from the bra not your straps, therefore making the most of your assets while being comfortable at the same time
For extra oomph
National Cleavage Day only happens once a year, so why not go all out! Wear a Wonderbra with adjustable straps and cross them over at the back – extra oomph is guaranteed
Give your skin a bit of a boost
Exfoliate head to toe, fake tan if you feel in need of some colour and add body shimmer to areas you want to highlight for extra va-vavoom
Feel confident
Ultimately choose a style that you feel comfortable in. When you’re feeling good, your confidence will be your best asset

Competition Time
In order to help you achieve that perfect cleavage, Wonderbra are offering one of my readers the chance to win this gorgeous Chic Lace bra in their size...
Pic shown in black, actual prize will be in white!
Although the pic shown is black, the actual prize will be in white and is available in sizes 32-36 A, 32-38 B C D, 30-38 DD E F G and one of you will be lucky enough to win it.  

Now i'm sure you're all dying to know how you can get your hands on this fab prize so here goes, simply comment below telling my why you want to win ....easy peasy!! 

Please don't forget to leave me some way of contacting you as I wouldn't want the winner missing out!

1. Open to residents of the UK only 
2. One entry per person, multiple entries will be disqualified (I like to keep things fair)
3. Comp open till Midnight on Friday 6th April 2012
4. Winner will be notified on Sat 7th April and if I haven't heard back from them within 1 week of notifying, the prize will be re-allocated to someone else.
5. Please note actual prize will be in WHITE

Monday 26 March 2012

Hot Cross Buns from Bakestone Bread

Friday April 6th - Sunday April 8th 2012

Hot Cross Buns

Hot Cross Buns are the nation’s favourite sweet and spicy Easter treat, traditionally being eaten on Good Friday.

Bakestone prides itself on having one of the tastiest recipes around for these beautiful buns, using the best flour,sweet raisins and a blend of mildly aromatic spices.

You can enjoy them sliced with lashings of butter or try toasted and spread with syrup, fresh fruit and honey or strawberry jam for an extra special sweet delight.

What’s more, at only 99p RRP for a pack of four, they’re amazing value for parents looking to treat their little chicks this Easter!

Bakestone Hot Cross Buns are available from your local corner shop for £99p RRP per pack.
Hot Cross Bun Facts!

  • Hot Cross buns were traditionally eaten at breakfast time, hot from the oven. They were once sold by street vendors who sang a little song about them.
  • "Hot cross buns, Hot cross buns, One a penny, two a penny, Hot cross buns."
  • Hot cross buns baked on Good Friday were supposed to have magical powers. It is said that you could keep a hot cross bun which had been made on Good Friday for at least a year and itwouldn't go mouldy.
  • Hardened old hot cross buns are supposed to protect the house from fire
  • Sailors took hot cross buns to sea with them to prevent shipwreck.
  • A bun baked on Good Friday andleft to get hard could be grated up and put in some warm milk to stop an upset tummy. 
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Bakestone Bread

A few weeks back, I was approached by Bakestone Bread, who i've done a few reviews for already, and asked if I would like to be part of The Baker's Dozen.
The Baker's Dozen is a group of 13 selected bloggers and journalists who have been chosen to sample and provide feedback on various Bakestone products. Of course, I jumped at the chance and was soon sent my first batch of products to review...

White Hoofers
White Hoofers (2 pack) - These were absolutely gorgeous! Nice and soft and a great size too - I packed mine with a large burger, lettuce, cheese, cucumber etc and it was delicious. The bread itself wasn't too heavy which meant that although it filled me, I wasn't overly stuffed - very impressed!

Poppy Seed Nudger
Poppy Seed Nudger (2 pack) - Perfect filled with chicken tikka and salad. There weren't too many seeds which I find a problem with alot of brands, but there was definately enough to give these a great taste which both myself and my kids loved. Again, the texture of these were perfect and I loved the size of them - you can fit quite a bit in there.

Brown Nudgers
Brown Nudgers (4 pack) - I've never been a huge fan of brown bread, but these nudgers have convinced me otherwise. Far from the cardboardy taste I expected, these had a nice flavour which blended well with a salad sarnie and left me wanting more. Not too dry and nicely soft make these an ideal healthy option - even my kids were impressed!

Toothsomes (2 pack) - These were my favourites of them all. Giant toothsomes which took a couple of hot dogs to fill and tasted divine. Although they look a little hard to get your mouth around, the softness of them allows you to squash them down a little and the bread is very easy to chew. I also found that the bread didn't go soggy when I put my hot dogs in which made it all the more pleasurable to eat. Perfect with all fillings too.