December 10th


My name is Erin, and I’m a Pin-aholic. Yes I have a Pinterest addiction and if that’s wrong I don’t wanna be right.

Today I’m going to share a few Christmas themed Pins I’ve seen and loved. (Most of the pins below are click-able!)

These amazing swirly Christmas cookies look amazing and seem so easy to make. I really want to make them one year.

This Nordic bundt cake mould is amazing, and used in one of Nigella Lawson’s (#teamnigella) Christmas recipes. It’s such an easy recipe and made so effective by using this tin. One year I’d love to get one and give it a try as an alternative Christmas pudding.

Pinterest is brimming full of amazing home made gift ideas, but these gift jars are amazing. There’s so many different types and ways you can adapt them. From peppermint hot chocolate to cookies and brownies, the jar contains all the dry ingredients and the tag usually has the list of wet additional ingredients needed and the recipe method. As well as this the layers always look so pretty. Definitely one to try.


Pinterest is always amazing for nail art inspiration and Christmas isn’t left out. I love these jumper inspired nails, and wish I had to skill to pull them off. Maybe one day!

I’ve saved the best until last though, guys….


Yes, that’s Godzilla covered in Christmas lights, and yes, I’d have this in my home or garden if I could. Best Christmas thing on Pinterest for sure 🙂

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One thought on “December 10th

  1. I’m a big fan of Christmas unbakes in jars! With a pretty instructions tag tied on of course.
    I am absolutely rubbish at doing my nails but those jumper style nails look great!

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