Advent recap | Doors 7 to 9…

Countdown is on.  And I’m continuing my recap of the Advent Calendar doors and another reminder to enter.

Doors, seven to nine are below.  Click through to read all about each giveaway and how to enter!

Each giveaway will end on midnight (GMT) 31st December 2019.  The winner will be notified by Sunday 5th January 2020 via email.  Open to UK residents only.

By participating, you agree to our competition rules.

Door 7 | Cara Shoes

Day Seven reveals the collaboration with my favourite footwear brand, Cara.  I adore their shoes, and wore a pair of their sandals non-stop last Summer.

Cara first opened its doors in Cheltenham and Bristol in 1986 after trading under Midas Shoes and the Turner Brothers name since the late 1800’s. It has since grown into innovative ladies footwear brand with an online shop and eight stores in the South of England. Cara also supplies to over 200 independent retailers and boutiques over the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Door 8 | MOA

Behind Door number 8 reveals the gorgeous Magic Organic Apothecary.  It’s no secret that I’ve been a huge fan of MOA, and have championed their Green Balm and Aphrodite Facial Oil for years.  I swear my skin glows after I use that oil.

MOA began in 2010 when founder Charlie Fowler started on a quest for healthy living following the birth of her daughter, who suffered badly with eczema. Having researched the alarming long-term effects of the petrochemicals being prescribed, it became the dream to produce a simple and effective organic balm to ease the itchiness and discomfort…The Green Balm was born!

Door 9 | Canopy & Stars

Door number NINE, reveals a collaboration with the home of glamping adventures, Canopy & Stars.

Canopy & Stars inspect and select the most inspiring places to stay in the great outdoors, for those in search of a life more wild.

In 2010,  Canopy & Stars was launched in an old farmhouse.  They discovered that there were a lot of amazing people out there building beautiful, inventive, often downright crazy places to stay and that more and more people were feeling the need to reconnect with nature. Nearly 200,000 Guests (and a staggering 9,000 dogs) have now used their collection to get outdoors.