What a jam packed month April has been. I wanted to catch up with you with what i've been up too. My main focus has been on improving my YouTube channel by mixing up the content, thumbnails and editing. I feel proud of the 5 videos that I've uploaded this month and I want to keep going.
Let's start with the beginning of the month (on the 3rd April) I uploaded a Rabbit homeware and lifestyle haul video. I'm called BunnyMoonstone for a reason and that's because I love fluffy rabbits. I'm obsessed with bunny shaped items and prints on fabrics or clothes.
I searched YouTube for rabbit items hauls to see if one existed and unfortunately it doesn't so I decided to make my own.
If you find any items such as make up products, Jewellery, homeware or fashion then please tweet at me @Bunnymoonstone
On the 20th April 2018 I visited Wollaton Hall and deer park. I've added the vlog to my new Places To Visit In Nottingham video playlist.
I enjoyed exploring the natural history museum and reminiscing about when I used to visit as apart of my life drawing classes as it was a requirement of my art course. Although I did object to drawing dead animals (i prefer real ones).
23th April 2018 I watched Dan and Phil's gaming video playing "What Would You Do If?" and I was inspired to have a go myself. I love mental stimulation and thinking about different situations.
I often wonder what would happen if aliens would take over the earth or what I'd do if I was in a zombie apocalypse. Do you enjoy playing games? Let me know in the comments below and I will make a part 2 sometime in the future.
A few weeks ago I heard the devastating news that one of my favourite TV presenters Dale Winton had passed away. He presented two of my favourite shows which were Pets Win Prizes and Supermarket Sweep. He also guest starred in "Gimme Gimme Gimme" which is another TV show which I loved.
I wanted to share a cherished memory which I had of Dale Winton in a story time which involves my childhood dream of seeing Supermarket Sweep live with my beloved grandma.
At the end of the month SWATCH invited me to have a look at their new VIBE collection. A small group of east midland bloggers were invited to a neon light workshop with Neon Workshops. We were taught a brief history all about neon lights and learnt the process of how they are made.
It was fascinating to learn the steps of how a neon light is made and I will never take for granted one again. I had a go at cutting, blowing and shaping glass. My design is going to be turned into a light so keep your eyes peeled on my Twitter when I upload a photograph of my design.
Click here to read my blog post about the event.