Kids fashion

I have an 8 year old and she has her own fashion nowadays. She looks awesome in everything (I’m not bias at all)

When they’re little you get to pick their clothes for them don’t you 😉 You can get them super cute tops, dungarees, dresses etc.

Whilst stalls are getting ready for the Kids Kingdom event on 25th June 2021, I thought I’d show you what fashion we have available and what’s coming ! Enjoy x

  • Babies
  • Play time
  • Birthday, Halloween, Christmas
  • My next event and whats coming


£40 - £45

Play time

£50 - £70
£75 - £95

Birthday, Halloween and Christmas

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Fathers Day 2021

Fathers Day 2021 for the UK is Sunday 20th June.

Are you ready for it?

Take a look what we have available…

If you want him to smell nice


Something special

£8 - £20

For hobbies, work or just because he's super


I’m sorry there’s not much… I need some more vendors!

I have to say that a lot of items on my website are for children, or more aimed at women.

I will get on this for you!

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“I know its hard mama”

Have you ever heard the phrase ‘the days are long but the years are short’ regarding having children and being a parent?

Some days feel more of a struggle than others and that it’s never ending. While other days seem to all blur into one – I’ll be honest, I don’t know what day of the week it is half the time!!

But what they all have in common, is that they’re precious moments spent with our little one(s). Time flies when you’re having fun, we need to seize each moment.

Meg McMillan

From crawling to walking, teeth and talking, there are so many ‘first’ moments that we as parents want to treasure. And so we should! We created these little people, we should celebrate everything about them.

What might seem trivial to someone might be a big deal to you. I think sometimes parents compare/compete against each other. Every child develops in their own way at their own rate. It’s hard work for them, learning and developing all at the same time. We just need to help them along the way and enjoy the ride.

I know a lot of parents/family members snap away taking photos and videos. Which is great, but at the same time it can feel like you’re missing out on actually enjoying the moment itself.

It would be great to have a secret paparazzi capturing the moments for you – then you could be in the photos too!

Kayla Rae Reid

Physical items can also conjure up a memory rather than photos. First pair of shoes, a certain outfit, favourite teddy or story etc. You can also get traditional keepsake memory blankets and bears etc

You often hear about a m/paternal bond or relationship between a parent and her child. Whilst normally associated with pregnancy or childbirth, this bond may also develop between other figures who aren’t the genetic parent.

For example it could be with adoption, another family member or friend.

We are able to thrive under the influence of anyone who acts as the primary caretaker. Love, affection, protection, and nurturance are the main necessary components in securing a healthy bond.

It doesn’t matter how old you are either. Newborn, child or adult, we all still have a connection with the parent figures in our lives. As you grow so does the relationship. 

Kate x

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Kids gift guide

I asked if you’d like some gift guides and your answer was Yes! So here is my first Kids gift guide for you.

Thank you to all of you that commented on that Facebook post. I have thoroughly enjoyed scrolling through my website to find you…

  • Gifts for craft lovers
  • Gifts for kids with big imaginations
  • Gifts for book lovers
  • Kids Jewellery and accessories
  • All things hair
  • In the bath

Gifts for craft lovers

My daughter LOVES craft so much that our conservatory is her craft room and very messy most of the time! She loves it and we love to hear her laughing. If your little ones are the same then these are for you…

Free printable
Free printable
Free printable
Free printables

Run wild, jump high and make magic.

From £50 - £70
From £75 - £95

Gift for book lovers

Books for all ages.


Kids jewellery and accessories

Jewellery and accessories.

£7.00 for the pair

All things hair


In the bath

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Oh to be young again!

Apart from the random A-Z challenge blogs you’ll see!

This month I have 2 events for you.

Kids Kraft mini event – only on Facebook – on 10th June.

Kids Kingdom Fabulous Day event – on all platforms.

Oh to be young again

I always think children are so much more fearless than adults. They definitely dance like no one is watching, and sing like no one is listening. They live life to the full by seeing the hope in everything, dreaming big, making the most of a situation and trying new things.

By forgetting some of the seriousness and complications of “adulting”, you can embrace your inner courageous, crazy, creative inner-child.

Here are just a few examples of how a child-like attitude/behaviour might be something us adults should take note of!


Call it stubbornness or determination, depending on what it is, kids fight hard for what they want. Nothing is too difficult, and they welcome a challenge. All too often, adults are guilty of falling at the first hurdle, or even not trying in the first place. This could be lack of motivation or willpower to pursue something. As adults, we seem to avoid what we don’t know and we stay safely in our comfort zone, afraid of what if’s.

Stop and appreciate the little things

Sometimes we’re so busy going about our daily lives, that we forget the beauty of what is around us – a beautiful sunset, the colour or pattern of something, or even wandering how something works.

Children are on a quest for knowledge, asking who, what, where, why, or how. They enjoy exploring and engaging with their surroundings, finding and having fun with whatever they can.

If only we could take a step back and enjoy the simpler things more. I know this easier said than done for adults, as time is a big factor in being able to slow down and stop to see what’s been under your nose the whole time


Not only do our kids love us unconditionally, but they teach us what love is in a way we could never have imagined.

A new-born has the ability to recognise their caregiver and seek them out over others. And this continues through childhood – in the eyes of our children, we are superheroes and someone to look up to.

The same could be said for their favourite toy. You know the one, that one that has to go everywhere with them, and you dread them losing! If only we as adults could find comfort in and have such a strong bond with someone/something

Speaking their mind

Kids don’t hold back when it comes to being open and honest. Sometimes this might be inappropriate or not channelled in the right way, but you can’t accuse a child of bottling things up. We could definitely help ourselves if we tactfully and politely were honest with people

Be like Peter

J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan focuses on how children are lovely and innocent that it seems a shame that they have to stop being children eventually.

Our childhood can’t last forever, but we shouldn’t completely abandon it either. The carefree, adventurous, playful spirit of Peter stops us becoming rigid, irritable and dull like Mr. Darling.

Kate x

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A is for Animals

I’ve gone mad and I’ve decided to try the A-Z blog challenge but mine won’t be in April (obviously) and won’t be every single day because:

  1. I think you’ll hate getting an email every day!
  2. My events will also get in the way haha

I do hope you like them and find them interesting though. Please do leave likes or comments on any of my blogs so I know what you prefer to see x

A is for animals

I’m a big animal lover and my favourite is the Tiger. Just gorgeous. They are the largest living cat species. They have a life span of 20 – 60 years. The rarest breed is the South China Tiger.

I’m sorry but I’m not a domestic cat lover (hides behind sofa while you throw things) BUT I USED TO BE. I used to collect cat ornaments. I wanted a cat for years. Then I found out I was allergic. This wasn’t what changed my mind about cats but it did impact me wanting one. I’m reeaalllly allergic, can’t breathe in a house of house-cats for example.

I still think they’re soooo cute as kittens and they’re loving…

BUT they destroy my garden and poo in my herb patch.  

Grrr! And that’s not a cute tiger grrr either!

Photo I took at the zoo

I love rabbits. We have 2. Rosie and Hollie are both 4 years old. 

Hollie is a flop ear and Rosie a Rex. Both breeds live for 5 – 6 years. I can’t believe we might only have them for 2 more years 🙁

Do you have a little bunny lover at home? Would you like some free craft? Here you go…

Bunny printable

Print at home.

We have this gorgeous bunny hooded blanket for you to order in store

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Highland cows are a big hit right now aren’t they? What do you think of them? 

I can see how cute they look (they look cute on the pillows below) and wow they have a lot of hair…but if I saw one in a field I’d run!

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Are sloths still popular? 

Aren’t they the strangest. They are so unbelievably slow I’m surprised they aren’t extinct to be honest. It’s amazing. They do in fact live for 20 – 30 years.

They are closely related to Anteaters! Really??!! Which bit?

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I think the funniest animals are Giraffes. Whenever we go to the zoo we hope to see them. We like watching them feeding and reaching high into the branches to pull off leaves with their long tongues.

Photo of Giraffes and Rhinos at the zoo.
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What’s your favourite animal?


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KLE Wedding Fayre 2021

We are gathered here today to celebrate the KLE Wedding Fayre.

Can you feel that love in the air?!

Sit back on your sofa and relax whilst I show you what gorgeousness we have for your wedding today.

What we have today

As you scroll you’ll find gorgeous products from the stall holders, the Gecko escape room link so that you can try the Wedding Day Complications virtual escape room, the links to the stalls Facebook pages if you wanted to try the route system and the wedding hair tutorial from Laura at VersaStylebyLaura, created for my wedding fayre.

Competition winner announcement reminder is below, as well as the Personal shopper details.

You can purchase direct on my website by clicking “add to cart” on the creations you like. You can add as many items as you wish and pay just once. Orders are distributed out to the vendors automatically.

If you have been following you’ll have already read the wedding planning blog complete with 12 months schedule; and you’ll have seen the gorgeous video showcasing what’s available today.

So let’s not waste any more time…

Wedding Fayre products and search bar below

virtual escape room
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Click to buy
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Please note that items in the shop marked “Buy” are affiliated items and these will take you to external websites. 

FREE Kids craft

Wedding hair tutorial

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If you entered the competition you'll need to visit Facebook for the LIVE winner announcement between 4pm and 8pm today.

Shop with me if you like, I’m here until 10pm. If there is anything in particular that you’re looking for and you can’t see it just WhatsApp me and I’ll work my magic. Kelly x

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Wedding Trailer

Take a look at the beautiful creations that will be available on 28th May at my Wedding Fayre.

On my website or Facebook


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Something Old, Something New…

You might be surprised to learn that many things involved in a wedding today date back hundreds of years. While some traditions remain, others have evolved over time, and new trends have also come into play.

Something old provides protection for future children. Something new offers optimism for the future. Something borrowed from another happily married couple provides good luck. Something blue is a sign of purity and fidelity. A silver sixpence is a symbol of prosperity.

wedding planning

The word ‘wed’ comes from Anglo-Saxon times, and was an agreement between two families about the union of their children once they came of age. The ceremony that bound them together when old enough was therefore called a wedding. This has evolved over time to now signify love and happiness between a couple.

Many cultures and countries around the world have their own traditions.

For example, as part of the build-up to an Indian wedding, there is often a Mehndi ceremony/party where you see the bride and her bridal party use henna. Applied in intricate designs to the bride’s hands and feet, it’s believed the darker the henna the stronger and happier the marriage will be.

In oriental tradition, there is often a Tea Ceremony where the bride would serve tea to her and her partner’s family as a way of bonding the two families together.

Different cultures see the bride dressed in different colours too.

White dresses became popular in western culture. Thought to traditionally symbolise purity and innocence, but this was actually down to a trend started by Queen Victoria – before this, wedding dresses were often a woman’s best dress that she could wear again for other functions.

In Spain, black is worn to symbolise devotion, whilst in China and India, red is the colour dress commonly seen for the bride. In African countries, the bride often wears a woven cloth with a pattern that represents her roots and the history of her native land.

Not all cultures wear wedding rings either.

In many western culture countries, wedding and engagement rings are traditionally worn on the four finger of the left hand. This is an old Latin belief that the vein in this finger runs directly to the heart.

For Scandinavian countries, tradition dictates that both men and women exchange and wear engagement rings, consisting of a simple gold band. Because of this, it’s more common for women to initiate a proposal.

Irish folklore introduces us to the Claddagh ring. This can be used as an engagement ring, a wedding ring or a ring that symbolises friendship. Worn on either hand, the direction it faces lets people know what the ring represents – engagement, marriage or friendship.

Bet you've seen it on Buffy !

Having a celebration of your love with your friends and families is a very important event, marking the start of your life together as a permanent couple. This will be an adventure of highs and lows, and, happiness and sadness. Most importantly, it’s a time to start making memories as a new family.

It’s interesting to look at the history of marriage and how it’s celebrated all over the world, but it is more important to know what marriage means to you and your significant other.

Kate x

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