Maybe I could try again for next year?! I have created the sample and was really pleased but it certainly wasn't a 5 minute make.
Here are some of the cards I did send. All fairly similar but each is slightly different. The image is from Pink Petticoat - I love her images. :)
I had planned to finish work early yesterday and pop to the shops to get supplies for the weekend. I think I was overly optimistic! Trying to fit a 5 day week into 3 days (we took Monday off to go to the Ideal Home Exhibition in London), and it is the tax year end. Oh well, I'm sure we won't starve! But I don't want to waste my Bank Holiday in Tescos! It does mean that we won't have any Hot Cross Buns today, but there is a little bit of Lucy's Lemon Drizzle Cake left in here.
It is rather delicious - so it isn't so sad that we don't have Hot Cross Buns.
Matt still has cricket training tonight! And then a rugby match on Sunday - away, an early start and on the morning that clocks go forward! I guess the people who organise these sports don't need Bank Holidays and family time to re-charge their batteries. However, it isn't forever, and we always support Matt in the sporting opportunities he is given, so we will get him there.
I had thought I'd make an "Easter Tree" - you know those beautiful creations many people have created with flowers, eggs and some spring twigs you see on other peoples blogs? I'm not hopeful, but will keep trying. I have made some crochet flowers, probably not enough, the Easter basket was awful (I'll stick to making paper ones, but realised this too late) and the chick I made looks demonic! Not cute Easter at all. He will not be on display.
Off to go and potter around now. If the weather stays dry I might venture in to the garden for a couple of hours - mainly to sweep up the compost the black bird has kindly re-arranged over the paths for me!