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So yet again we are teaming up with the fabulous faux vintage lingerie company, What Katie Did to bring you a wonderfully festive giveaway.
Last time you went dotty for those spotty tights and stockings that they lovingly gave to you and this time, as it's the season to sparkle, they are offering 10 lucky winners a pair of black and silver or nude and gold retro seamed stockings or tights.
While we are in the kitchen, grab us a glass of wine will you? Available from the inventively named Teacup Wine Glasses who are based in London.
If you aren't convinced, here is a review of the clever crafters and their teacup wine glasses from Festival Brides wedding blog. These are simply everywhere at the moment, widely available at vintage fairs (including our own) and in shops all over the place.
What Katie Did are the leading faux lingerie company in the world.
Bringing the glamour of the 40s and 50s to the modern woman, What Katie Did are a one stop shop for the vintage lady this Christmas.
But I've found a very simple and easy to follow step by step DIY guide from Ideas Mag tutorial.
The first and second series of Celebs Go Dating aired every weeknight on E4 with a repeat at the weekend on Sunday morning.
You could always downsize and just put teacups at 12,3,6 and 9.
You can buy these but again, here is a tutorial from Vintage Revivals whose bright choice of china makes a brave use of colour and a welcome change from the usual pastels we often see. I absolutely love these, so simple an idea I'm gutted I didn't think of it first.
During the filming of series two, Stephen Bear brought many problems to the dating agency, breaking the rules of the show by dating another celebrity outside of the show; this led to his removal from the show.
It was announced on the official Celebs Go Dating Twitter account that the third series of the show will feature same-sex relationships for the first time.