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  • Oh dear, I got it wrong for Easter!!!

    Last year, my daughter had to make an Easter bonnet for nursery for a competition, so this year I made the assumption that it would be Easter bonnets again and went out and got a bonnet to decorate. Bad move this year it is decorated Easter eggs.... so now I'll have to have another trip to hobbycraft to look for an egg to decorate (well, it's a good excuse to have another trip there I suppose!).
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    I always love excuses to go to hobbycraft!!
    Lisa x
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    • #3
      I'm going to drag one of our researchers with me too, I'll let her fondle the wool while I hunt for eggs!
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      • #4
        oh dear, sounds like the sort of thing I do, try to get ahead and come a cropper! never mind, best laid plans and all that......
        Diane
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        • #5
          The good force is trying to tell you something? Start an Easter bonnet shop????????
          Well I haven't seen any in the High Street. It would be something new?

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          • #6
            An Easter bonnet shop! What a fab idea, if a little bit too seasonal. Can't see many people wanting an Easter bonnet in November. At least Easter is really late so I have plenty of time to sort out some eggs to decorate (oops I mean to get my daughter to decorate).
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