This'll be my last  ♥ This Week's Loves ♥ for a few weeks as I venture off to Tokyo so it's full of good stuff! I'm not sure if I'll do one on the Monday I return because I imagine I'll have to much to report back about my trip, but I'll see how it goes!

1. Confession: I am a sucker for Made In Chelsea. I'm not a fan of reality shows, scripted or otherwise, in general, but I got hooked on the last series and the new one just started a couple of weeks ago. My favourite has to be Francis Boulle, he's pretty much my ideal man, cos he's cute and makes me laugh!

2. I'm going through a real jeans, hoodies and Converse phase at the moment and my new kitty hoody fits right in.

3. My new Blythe doll has arrived!  She's a factory doll, meaning she's made up of different parts from different dolls and I've got a great idea for customising her. Can't wait to get started!

4. I had a day off on Friday to put my car in for it's MOT and service (which luckily it passed!) so I took the opportunity to go and see Skyfall. I won't spoil it for you, but it's great!

5. After coming out of the cinema it was a surprise to see a pile of snow! I do love it, although I didn't much like driving home in it.

6. I went to visit my friends Janet and Mitchell of I ♥ Art in their new premises. Where they were before was ace but not as central and costly to run, and their new place is great! They've made it really nice and bright and filled it with lovely things, and they've got lots of classes coming up and new ideas for the shop, so it's a really exciting time for them!

7. What with the snow and looking around the shops it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas! I love the Disney Store at any time of year, but especially Christmas and when I saw they had Jack Skellington as Sandy Claws I had to get him! I saw him last year but they were out of stock so I took my chance and I got Sparky from Frankenweenie for less than half price too!

8. More festive joy overcame me after seeing the John Lewis Christmas display. It's always full of great stuff and usually has a real crafty vibe to it, so even if you don't buy anything, you can get some great craft ideas.

9.  And to bring us right back to October, I caught a Halloween flashdance in a local shopping centre. A group of dancers dressed as the undead and did Thriller and a couple of other songs to raise awareness and funds for Unicef. I think it's the first real-life one I've seen!

What have you loved this week?

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