I thought I’d get in quick with a rubbish-free card solution and with a yummy idea to get the day started on the right foot too.
I’ve also allowed you a stack of lead time to send this article to any fellas you know who might be glad of the inspiration – ehem….
Here’s how to make your mum feel special with a fruity home-made card and a very special breakfast in bed!
To celebrate the special event which takes place on Sunday the 22nd March, Tropical Wholefoods, pioneer of sun-dried tropical fruits, has come up with a delicious breakfast menu for mum, which can be announced with a home-made card made using dried fruit.
These unique designs include sun-dried pineapple, chewy banana chips and apricot kernels to form a smiley face. Another card uses the same dried fruits to make a colourful bunch of flowers.
I really should have been tap, tap, tapping away on the keyboard, but my dear chum Izzy twisted my arm and convinced me I needed to accompany her on a visit to a couple of local craft shops instead – so I did…
We hung up our usual weekday workie hats and had a bit of girlie respite, which was very restorative indeed.
We set off with a tiny budget and a mission; we wanted to gather a few essentials for card making projects – have you seen how expensive they are in the stores these days? I haven’t bought one for years, but I poked my head into a high street favourite the other day on reconnaissance and spluttered and choked at the prices! Continue reading “How To: Make Crafty Rubbish Cards”
Nursing hangovers and swearing never to drink again, having a leisurely snog, knocking up a spiffing roast dinner, having a word with the holy ‘Himself’ upstairs AND milling around DIY stores are all popular Sunday pastimes for we Brits.