So I don't really do mushy cards, unless I'm asked to...pass the bucket is usually my response to all the romantic goings on at this time of the year.
To then have hubby say.....are we doing Valentine's day this year?
Really it does make me smile...if you have to ask, why bother?!
Random acts of kindness are much more appreciated than feeling pushed into the whole affair. Isn't that true ladies?
The odd small bouquet of flowers anytime of the year, nothing big, personally I love Spring flowers, freesias, tulips and daffodils or white lillies, always classy.
You can keep all your roses thank you very much. Over priced and never last long especially at this time of year.
Chocolates...I'd rather not, all that weight would just jump back on my tummy as I would HAVE to eat them. Can't waste good sweets!
Top tips to men of crafty girls.....How about some nice wool or a crochet book? A crafty toy...now you're talking!
The big gestures, because you can boys are not what us ladies like, I'd rather have tea made or have a IOU on the housework or ironing front...now that would be much more appreciated.
Is it just me?
Am I just a cheap date?! Lol. I'd love to hear what you think.
On the Valentine theme and not mushy at all here is one of the CAS cards I have come up with, basically because I think it would be well received here.
The heart is a Sizzix die and the wee bottle has the proper stuff in it too. Clean and simple, just as I prefer now.
"Darling I've got you a bottle of whiskey for Valentine's Day!" :)
Tee, hee. Lets hope he sees the funny side.
Moving on, remember that I mentioned earlier in one of my posts that this year I am intent on finishing projects that I have either promised to folk or started?
Well I saw this earlier today and it hit the nail on the head.
It is make me smile so share it I must in the hope you do too. A PhD in crafting eh? Don't mind if I do, thank you.
Time is cracking on folks, I have my food shopping done, just in case we do get the snow that is forecast today. At present dare I say we have a bright blue sky and the sun is out, although it is cold. We have been so lucky with the weather up here in the north especially when you see what is going on in the south of England. It's usually us that gets all the rain and bad weather.
Still I do feel for all that are flooded and I hope the rain eases soon, what a nightmare for them. It just seems to be never ending.
More from me tomorrow, take care and happy crafting! x