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You Scream Ice-Cream

August 2, 2017

Hi Guys, everyone knows I love Ice-Cream and today I am bringing you my top Ice-Cream fashion picks. 

Hope you love my selection of Ice-Cream Fashion, here are some interesting Ice-Cream Facts 


What is ice-cream made of? Just as you would guess, most ice creams are made with frozen cream, combined with sugar, milk and different inclusions to make each yummy flavour.

Who eats the most ice cream? On average, each person in the UK eats around 7 litres of ice cream every year – which seems like a lot!  However – compare that with around 14 litres per person per year enjoyed in Finland and 27 litres in America. New Zealanders seem to love ice cream the most, eating around 28 litres each a year!

Did you know?  People in Scotland and Northern Ireland eat more ice cream on average than those in England and Wales.

According to research, men are more likely to choose ice cream as a dessert than women. Is that the same with your family?!

Lickalicious! Surveys say it takes an average of 50 licks to finish a single scoop of ice cream. How many licks does it take you?!

The most popular ice cream topping is chocolate syrup. What’s your favourite?

Fantastic Flavours! The most popular flavours tend to be Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Honeycomb Delight and Mint Choc Chip. However, the possibilities are endless!  In Japan, less tasty-sounding ones like octopus, cow-tongue, horse meat and kelp flavour ice cream have been made. Would you like to try those? What flavour would you invent?

Moo! One dairy cow can produce enough milk for 34,000 litres of ice cream in her lifetime!


Also have something very special coming to all my beautiful people out there! Watch this space!! xoxo

Rainbow Addiction

August 1, 2017

Hey Guys, Amazing Arabella here, I have a secret!!! Want to know what it is??

Well I love Rainbows, yep there you go, I am besotted with with those special things in the sky, Rainbows inspire me with creativity and make me very happy! 

Here are some great facts about Rainbows

Where is the sun when you see a rainbow?

When looking towards the rainbow the sun is always behind you.

What makes the bow?

Water droplets and sunlight act upon each other. The droplets are round and it is the way that the sun’s rays hit the droplets that causes the colours of the light to spread out in an arc.

What makes the colours in the rainbow?

Sunlight always looks white but in fact, is made up of seven colours – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. The rainbow is a whole band of colours and goes even beyond the colours that the eye can see.

What makes a double rainbow?

If we follow the path of a ray of sunlight as it enters the raindrop, some of it comes back to us. A part of the ray enters the raindrop for a second time and travels along inside the droplet until it comes out once again. That is why we sometimes see the primary rainbow which is produced by one internal ‘reflection’, and the secondary rainbow which is fainter and produced by the second ‘reflection’.

So now you know why I have a Rainbow Addiction, and guess what I have found some very special, colourful things online that will make you happy and feeling very colourful.

Happy Rainbow Day!