Beautiful apple blossom on the tree
Strawberry flowers gradually opening
Little Easter giftbags filled with chocolate goodies
Embroidered birdy tea towels. They would look sweet in a country kitchen hanging from the rail of an Aga but will also do the job of drying crockery (sweet old fashioned word alert!) and covering food nicely. I look at them and remember how much I’ve enjoyed doing a bit of embroidery again (split stitch and feather stitch) but do wonder how they’d rate on a very naff to super cool scale. Tea towels are very handy at least, as opposed to putting decorative things in embroidery hoops and hanging them on the wall, which is not really my style at all. My gin loving bears are currently covering a bowl containing Herman the German friendship sourdough cake batter. I need to bake the cake tomorrow after I come home from my (weird) day out.
Do you know this traditional rhyme? I always sing it at Easter. Loudly in the car this morning to Someone’s joy (not.)
“Hot cross buns,
Hot cross buns,
One a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns
If you have no daughters give them to your sons,
One a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns.”
Have a super Easter whatever you plan to do.
What sweet little bags never thought of making them for Easter such fun and love the little birds Happy Easter
I HAVE to sing chick chick chicken loudly!
I know that rhyme. But I don’t sing it out loud.
Today you’ll need to sing Patch’s Chick chick chick chick chicken and my Hot cross bun song to be with us in spirit then.