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Blog Birthday Giveaway – Simply Be

Hello you lovely lot.

So hopefully you’ll remember me telling you about my second blog birthday in this recent post. I’m so happy to have reached (and now past) two years and I felt it was time to celebrate.

The wonderful people over at Simply Be have been kind enough to gift one lucky winner a dress of up to £75! I’m so excited because I love Simply Be and their generosity never ceases to amaze me, so I’m thrilled to be able to do this giveaway for my readers. All you have to do to win is enter via the Rafflecopter and the lucky winner will be announced back on this post the day after.

The closing date will be midnight (UK time) on July 8th 2014. Get entering and GOOD LUCK!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I’d like to thank Simply Be for this giveaway, as it wouldn’t be a blog birthday without you! <3

‘til next time.

Love and hugs,

NOTE: Dress chosen will of course be subject to stock availability. 


  1. Woohoo Happy Bloggy Bday lovely! x

  2. Congrats on reaching 2 years.

  3. Happy bloggiversary! Just a quick note to say that the link you have for Bloglovin' took me to someone else's profile page! Yours is here: x

    1. Oh goodness! Thanks so much for telling me. How the heck did I do that?! X

  4. Lookatchu! I'm so very proud of and happy for you!


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