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23 July 2009

Blissful Blueberry Bakewells on ModCloth Cooks


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As you may have noticed, two of my absolute favourite things are dresses and baking, so when Lindsay over at ModCloth asked me to contribute to the ModCloth Cooks section of their blog, I was thrilled!

I was lucky enough to choose this darling little frock and a recipe to go with it.
I could go on and on because it was so much fun putting it all together but you should read it for yourself Blissful Blueberry Bakewells on ModCloth

Thanks again, ModCloth!

25 comments:

  1. I'm trying this recipe asap, ahhh excitement, now which dress to wear baking...hmmm

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  2. ooo congrats :) that dress is so nice on you!

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  3. Aw I love this! The dress is so pretty and I will definitely try out the recipe.

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  4. Congratulations, that sounds like so much fun!!! And boy, you look gorgeous :D

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  5. Saw you on ModCloth - beautiful blog! :)

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  6. waouh i love this picture ! lovely dress !

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  7. you're so lucky! www.brigidcatherine.wordpress.com

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  8. Girls, Thank you so much for your sweet words.

    I had so much fun putting the ModCloth post together, I'm just glad you liked it!

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  9. You look great, love the print on your dress!

    In reply to your comment on my blog, you're from Scotland? I go to university in Edinburgh :)

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  10. Hi again :) A lot of my more recent finds are actually from my home area in Warwickshire. I find it a lot harder to come across good stuff in Edinburgh because it's so picked over. During term time I do occasionally find good things at the car boot they have in the parking lot near St James shopping centre- have you been to that? There's also an amazing little junk shop on South Clerk Street called Le Chariot Express run by a slightly scary old man and I've found some great pieces in there though it's mostly bric a brac rather than clothes. Hmm, where else? I've only been at Edinburgh uni for a year so far so I'm still discovering stuff! Other than that I mainly browse the charity shops on Clerk Street when I'm in the area. I tend to avoid the vintage shops in the Grassmarket area because they're always so overpriced although the larger Armstrongs is always great for a bit of vintage eye candy! Perhaps I should get a little more exploring done next year and then release a vintage shopping guide for the area!

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  11. Thanks for your nice comment and making me come here! You have a lovely place and I'm all about to ask if you'd like to exchange links.
    Have a fabulous day. Love, Dotti

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  12. Thanks for the tip :) You can bet I'll be checking out that tatty little thrift shop as soon as I get back to Edinburgh! I mostly go to Newington for convenience but I'll definitely check out Morningside. Maybe we could make the guide a joint collaboration? Share all our tips and then both publish it on both our blogs?

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  13. u look so cute, I love that dress!!!!

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  14. oh your blog is simply wonderful!!
    such a cute picture!
    :)

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  15. I found your blog via your link on W_R and I love it to bits! Cooking and style -- what an awesome combo!
    :: www.therenegadebean.com ::

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  16. Aw wow, congratulations! These look delicious
    xxx

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  17. Oh no I didn't know that was you - how awesome!!! I thought you looked so cute and what a great recipe - good job!!!!

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  18. oh, your recipe looks delicious.

    and that dress is so cute.

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  19. what a lovely blog! i've just stumbled upon it, and i think i'm in love xx

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  20. Aww that's so cool! Loove the dress on you:))Congrats!:)

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  21. Baking and dresses! I don't think a lovelier combination could exist

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  22. Cutest dress! I'm also a fan of the baking / fashion combination! xx

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  23. you look amazing in this dress! wow :)

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