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April giveaway…. and March’s winner is…

And for this month’s giveaway we’re giving one lucky reader a bone china egg cup, with our Mog cat’s face on it….so you have somewhere purrrfect to place your Easter egg ! (sorry I couldn’t resist)
….all you have to do is send one line on how you would decorate your egg and we’ll pick a winner at random, go on it’s worth a go!
Here are a few ideas from last year
also congratulations to March’s winner, who won a spring folk flower cushion. Jemibook, please get in touch with us to claim your cusion. [email protected]
this is what Jemibook ‘s idea of spring… sounds lovely!

Jemibook said…

Spring is all about Sangria, and picnics with little bento boxes filled with fresh berries and dark chocolate, crackers and fancy cheese. Flying kites, star gazing with a lover. Barbecue’s with corn on the cob. Jumping on trampoline’s, getting caught in a sun-shower and swinging on swings. Picking flowers to put in your hair or give to a friend, getting out of work and smiling at the fact that there is still some daylight left. Easter egg hunts [even if you are not religious it is a must] pastel-flavored dresses that are just begging for a 50s dance party, and early shows that you enjoy on patio’s or rooftops while sipping on a mojitio made with fresh mint. Spring is when everything and everyone comes alive, and you forget about all of the dreariness of the winter and find hope in every little thing that you see on the street and you smile way too much!
Have fun decorating those eggs!  


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