Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Special Times.

My son came to visit on Saturday. We spent some lovely fun time together, hubby was away so it was just us.  We turned the TV on in the evening and an old family favourite movie came on... Mrs Doubtfire, starring Robin Williams and Sally Field.

I could not believe that my 23 year old son was home with his mum on a Saturday night watching Mrs Doubtfire.....We loved it all over again!...and did we laugh! Special times!

I was also snipping and gluing scraps of lovely linen, lace and a CK rosali fabric onto polystyrene eggs at the same time.  Multi tasking - that's what we are good at...right?

Destined to be part of my table decoration this weekend, these egg shapes were so quick and very easy to decorate. Something different and didn't cost a fortune using what I already had.

Enjoy your Easter break with your families. I know I am most definately going to enjoy mine! Pam x


**Anne** said...

How nice to spend time with your son all by yourself and lovely that he is content to sit and watch t.v. with you too.
Your eggs are gorgeous. You will have something unique for your Easter table.
Have a lovely easter,
Anne xx

Trish *Spring Blossom* said...

Beautiful roses (as always) and I just love that lace you've used :)
Happy Easter to you and your family!

Tiff said...

Gorgeous eggs Pam, happy Easter! X

Carmel's Closet said...

Love them! Hoping you have a wonderful Easter with your family.

Special 'K' said...

Thanks for sharing, Have a wonderful Happy Easter with your family, take care and enjoy! Cheers SpecialK XoXo

polkadotpeticoat said...

A very Happy Easter to you also and your family, I love special times like these with the kids and adore your sweet eggs....

Jane said...

So happy to have found your blog - serendipity, really - just about to redecorate and planning Dulux Antique White USA for the walls and with my neutral-toned furniture I was thinking that it's going to be a bit bland. However, have always loved florals and just looking at yours in abundance; well I think that's the road I'll go down - happy Easter!

delia hornbook said...

aahhh Happy times with your son indeed and Mrs doubtfire is a great film ;-) Loving your eggs there so pretty. Hope you had a great easter, dee x