Hello you lovely lot, I hope you all had a fab weekend. On Saturday was Lucy's birthday party and I think it was a success, although a little noisy! The girls put together pictures to be embroidered in hoops, that can then be hung on their bedroom walls. Thankfully the selection of ideas I showed them in Mollie Makes were well received and they were quickly tracing and stitching designs. After all that stitching a tea party was served on my vintage china, with a little warning of please be careful, these plates are older than me! The girls swiftly enjoyed crustless finger sandwiches, cocktail sausages, cookies and fairy cakes, iced by the birthday girl with fondant icing roses. A lovely civilised affair, with lots of chatting and giggling that ended with a noisy charge around the garden, skateboarding on their tummies down the hill! Well isn't that what civilised young ladies do!!
Lucy is back today with more lovely things she has found and seems to have got the hang of blogging with planning her posts and taking a theme. She's even taken to advising me about sentence construction! So here you go, the loveliest not so little girl in the blogosphere (I am biased of course).
Today’s blog post I’ve decided to write about wooden letters. There are so many beautiful things out there but these are just one of those beautiful items out there they can go anywhere they could even be a thing at your party or wedding.
Floral Wooden Letters from Giddy Kipper
This beautiful letter is from one of my favourite painted wood shops.
Tea & Cake Handpainted Sign from Little Pom
This beautiful set of wooden letters would look lovely in the kitchen.
'Us' Wooden Birds from Cut By Fire
These pretty letters would be a good wedding present.
'Dad' Vintage Map Letters from Bombus
I know my dad would like this
Vintage Music Letters from Bombus
I would love this in my room.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this
PS Hope you all have a fab start to the week, make it a good one :) Zoe x