There’s less than 2 days to go until Christmas and if you still haven’t finished your Christmas wrapping yet then we have got your back with today’s DIY! Eye’s have been a big trend this year, I feel like i’ve seen them everywhere (and they’ve seen me haha) so we wanted to create a fun free printable that carried this trend over to Christmas! Que our free download of these cute and colourful eye gift tags! They’re sure to jazz up any gift wrap and we’ve designed them in 6 different colours to make sure one of them matches your wrapping paper!

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Simply download the template here and print them out onto white card, then all you need to do is cut them out carefully and pop a hole in the end of them using a hole punch! How simple and easy is that?! Next, grab yourself some pretty twine or ribbon, thread it through the hole and write a lovely message on the back for the receiver!

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I don’t know about you but I’m definitely one of those people that take a lot of time and effort with wrapping up my gifts, I want them to look just as good on the outside and get the person receiving the gift really excited before they’ve opened it! PLUS if you’re using presents as part of your Christmas decor by piling them all up under the tree then you know you want them to look extra special!



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Eek! How bright and colourful do my nails look right now?! Super Bespoke Bride am I right?! I’m not going to lie to you guys though, I did not create these nail designs myself, I called in an expert instead to give you a step by step tutorial on how you can get this look! Gemma from GPom Nails & Beauty will walk you through it all!


Nail varnish in 6 different colours // A thin nail brush // A top coat //


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Paint all of your base colours onto your nails and allow to dry, then repeat with a second coat.


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Using a different colour of your nail varnish create geometric tips following the shape of your nails. We topped the green with orange, the pink with yellow, the blue with purple, the yellow with green and the orange with pink! But feel free to mix it up and use whichever colours wherever you like!



Sometimes, taking a step back can do tremendous things for your business. For so long now, me and Emily have had a lot of changes that we wanted to implement around here but have found ourselves never having the time to actually do them. They get added to our list of things to do and…


5 Simple Steps to Designing a Customised Engagement Ring!

The Diamond Ring Company

I just love the thought of having my own customised engagement ring. The thought of wearing something that was designed especially for you with your personality and taste in mind is beautiful! However commissioning your very own bespoke design can seem overwhelming so we have created this guide to make your experience as simple and enjoyable as possible.

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Decide on Your Budget

I always feel uncomfortable when I hear people claiming that the ideal cost of an engagement ring should be at least one to two months’ salary. Personally I think this should be balanced against what you can afford, just remember this will be a ring that will be most likely be worn for many years to come so be sure to choose quality as well as personal taste.

Do Your Research

Find a business such as The Diamond Ring Company that specialise in bespoke ring design and arrange to speak with one of their specialists about your design concept and budget. In order to receive an accurate quotation you need to be able to tell them as much as possible about your ring design so it is time to get researching.

Take a look at the jewellery that your partner already owns. Do they prefer small and dainty pieces, maybe they have a thing for vintage or perhaps they like to go bold with costume jewellery? Having an idea of the type of the jewellery they already wear will help you to focus your design when it comes to drafting your prototype. Keep any images of rings that you like and in some cases your partner may have also dropped subtle hints in the past. You might also want to think about chatting with their closest pals too, friends are a great at extracting important information such as ring size and style. Are they are on pinterest? See if you can find a ‘Ring or Jewellery board’ you will be surprised what you can find out about a person from their pinterest boards. Use the information you find to start sketching your ideas, if sketching isn’t your thing create a mood board. It is important that you are clear about your requirements when it comes to chatting with the specialists.