Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Spring flowers and ideas

Did you know that you can wrap your Easter eggs in textured fabric before dying them to create a pretty pattern?  OK, it's a little late, but hold that thought until next year.  Also in the March  2013 issue of Better Homes and Gardens are berry plants, including a purple strawberry and a thornless raspberry, (It's about time!) and a columnar apple.  And check out the food section to learn more about various grains and how to use garlic. 

2 comments:

Sue McPeak said...

Hi Joy....Thanks so much for stopping by my AtoZ LoneStar Quilting Bee posts. As a fellow writer...I browsed your blog...I appreciate your reading my stories and leaving me a comment. I hope you will come again for the rest of the series which will end with the Letter Z.

I do have a copyright image and notice in the header and embedded in each story, therefore pinning them to Pinterest would be an infringment on the copyright. I would however, be pleased for you to share my LINK.
Sue~CollectInTexasGal
AtoZ LoneStar Quilting Bee

Sherry Ellis said...

Thanks for the Easter egg tip. I'll keep it in mind for next year. Thanks for visiting my blog, too. Yes, I'm on Pinterest, and yes, you may pin the pictures on your page. Have a great day!