Saturday, 23 October 2010

My Wish List

I don’t know about you but I love shopping – well where I live it is a pretty long way to any shops. So I often shop on line – well I have been doing a bit of this – well not really just creating a wish list so here it is what do you think

All these lovely things came from Bloomingville

I actually have this wreath it is gorgeous!!

Beautiful things from Caroline Zoob 

And these from Dee Puddy who has a lovely store at Country Living Christmas Fair

I love this heart its from Cox and Cox

Has to be on my Christmas List!

So Stylish!

and lots of lovely soaps all these lovely things come from Plumo But of course I have been a little busy too - and here is a little taster of what I have been up to! and they can be bought from my Shop! (a little advertising here forgive me!)
I do love shopping and I can loose myself on all these lovely on-line shops I have added links for all of them if you feel like a shopping spree.


  1. Dear Jill,
    I LOVE, love, love it all. I nearly always go to the Spring and Christmas Country Living Fair. I think that I know it off by heart now, the amount of years I've been going !!!! the wreath. I'm always in the market for a lovely Christmas wreath.
    I also bought the soaps from Plumo last year as stocking fillers.....or should I say Father Christmas got them !!
    I have started my Christmas shopping. I bought some lovely wrapping paper from Country by Mail. It has a french Christmas poem on it in beautiful script.
    Keep the Christmas inspiration coming, Jill. XXXX

  2. Ooohh all lovely... especially the noel cushion and the votive with the flower... Hmmm maybe I should start constructing my Christmas list?? Lx

  3. Hello Jill
    I love the items on your wish list and would be very happy with any of those things myself!
    Thank you for your lovely comment at mine - it is all so very exciting!
    Your creations for the shop are so pretty - gorgeous colours - I hope they all sell well!
    Denise x

  4. Hi Jill,

    You found some great looking things. I enjoy shopping on the internet too. Especially Etsy and Ebay are among my favourite sites.

    The white heart with the little lights looks very pretty and so does your wreath. I like the other lights & candles as well! It won't be difficult for Santa to find you something with such a long list :-)!

    Happy weekend & lieve groet,


  5. Que tout celà est joli !
    Noël pointe son nez, doucement, doucement ...
    Bisous de doux dimanche

  6. Hi Jill, I tried to visit you yesterday, but kept having bloggy problems! Thankyou so much for your lovely comments and following me; I too will add your gorgeous blog to my roll; and thankyou so much for those looovely links! Love them all!!! My husbands family live in the uk - not tooo far from you... His sister is in plymouth and parents in the new forest. its nice down the south of England. I think I did go down to Devon once.. Was a long time ago, my husband loves it there! He hopes that one day we would have a b and b there and retire.. I have different plans though!!!! Bit too cold for my liking! But it is very beautiful (from my memories). Its very lovely to meet you; blogging is fun - isnt it? I love meeting new people!
    Hope you are having a very lovely weekend,
    Laura c xxx

  7. Hi Jill
    I think we could have matching Christmas Lists to send to Santa!
    I am very new to blogging and really started just to capture some moments in time as life moves on so quickly, my sons have all left home now and I am loving being a Nana to my graddaughters so I now get to do the girly things!!
    I love your blog and your home is beautiful, my brother lives in Devon near Tavistock and it is such a lovely county to live in.
    Have a great week.

  8. Hello Jill, your wish list has now been added to my very, very, long wish list! Thanks for the links, I will be blaming you though.
    Lou x

  9. I love your homemade bits, beautiful! x

  10. A shopping spree on nice homey, cosy, country things like those would be lovely. Sadly, husband made redundant, no jobs anywhere in sight let alone on the horizon, so no spending sprees. I am even almost reluctant to open my CL magazine these days... note I said 'almost'...
    However, it has enabled us to start the next chapter of our lives together, and though we nowadays 'get by' and have a third of the income we did, we have more time together, more time to do things when we feel like it and not tied to a timetable because of that four letter word thing.... WORK. So not all bad news then...x

  11. I feel very much comforted by sharing the nightmare invoice experience with you - I'm so glad I'm not the only one :-)
    have a lovely week,
    Denise x


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