Sunday, 31 March 2013

Easter Feasting and Flowers

Much like Christmas, Easter requires so much eating.

Breakfast on Easter Sunday

So many special foods to enjoy over a long weekend.

Homemade Hot Cross Buns

Mr P and I decided not to buy each other an Easter Egg this year. Instead we pooled our funds to buy an amazing chocolate badger to share.

Betty's Chocolate Badger

Somehow I don't think he'll be eating for a while. He's just too pretty to scoff! 

There's also decorating to be done, in happy sunny, springtime hues!

Sunny mantlepiece

I love getting all the little bunnies, birds and lambs out of the cupboard each year. They brighten the house up after the longest winter gloom ever!

And we've gone daffodil mad - they're everywhere!

Adapted from Nurture Store

I even tried to make my own. I thought it would be good to have a go at some children's crafts for Easter in preparation for having my own class of 30 next year. This was very simple to make although may need a few adaptations for the youngest children. They are very simple, but I think you'll agree, very effective.

Happy Easter!
I hope your Sunday is filled with all kinds of delights. 


  1. Love your henny penny plate! And your Easter looks so yummy and cheerful.

  2. Sounds great and I love the plate too!

    Let me know how you get on with the skills test, I'm doing it in two weeks!