Monthly Archives: November 2015

Your Portrait Review

your portrait review

When I was asked if I would do a Your Portrait review, I jumped at the chance. Who doesn’t love a bit of personalisation, and that is exactly what this company are all about. Using a digital photo of a person’s portrait, their graphic designers transform it into something fabulous. ¬†And the range of what that can be is huge.

Have your photograph incorporated into a cartoon character, a superhero or a pop art portrayal. Make it look hand painted, pencil drawn or create a mosaic from your favourite photos… and these are just some of the options available.

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Tiles and Tales of Our Week #LittleLoves

red berries

I have a feeling this autumn season is going to be a short one. Already the red berries are out on some bushes, and the leaves have completely deserted many of the trees nearby. Of course, what this actually means is Christmas is going to be here in a flash. Which is great because I do love the festive season, but it does increase the pressure to at least finish painting the inside of our home. Wish me luck with that, because as chief painter, I need it! In the meantime, here is a little round-up of all the things we have been up to recently, with this week’s Little Loves:

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Decathlon B1 Oxelo Scooter Review

B1 Oxelo review

When Decathlon got in touch and asked if we would like to do a B1 Oxelo Scooter review, of course I said yes. They claimed to have designed a scooter, suitable for children aged 2 – 4 which would make it easier for young children to keep their balance.

To be perfectly honest, I was sceptical. Aaron is 2 years and 2 months old. He has tried to scoot on his older brother’s scooter, but it is too big, and too fast for him to control. I was curious to see how the B1 Oxelo would compare.

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