I bought these cute knitted chicks & basket at a table top sale for the grand price of £1.50 for the lot...how can someone make them for that? Don't you just love the rabbit illustration in one of my vintage children's books?
I have been thinking about Easter eggs & how to present them - I'm trying to buy ones with as little packaging as possible again. Some of the eggs come with huge amounts of packaging - foil wrapped, enclosed in a hard plastic shell & then in a card box. I know the foil & box can be recycled, but what about all that plastic? I have noticed that the selection of simply foil wrapped eggs is growing (and there are always Lindt bunnies....)
I have come up with a couple of ideas, but as my children read my blog I'm not saying just yet!
In the meantime I thought I'd show you how I use my glass jelly moulds - they make super bowls for little eggs!
My name is Jayne - I'm an avid collector of all things vintage. I live in a 1930's farm cottage at the end of a muddy lane.
I love my family, pets, horse riding, decorating, cooking, sewing, reading, gardening, car boot sales, auctions & fleamarkets.
I have a passion for vintage which has lead to me starting an online shop & becoming a vintage fair organiser which keeps me busy!