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Thursday 29 March 2012

An Early Easter Picnic

With all this lovely weather, I doubt I'll be the first person mentioning the word "picnic" to you. But I'll continue with it, as there are lots of pretty picnic type things in the shops at the moment should you be planning a venture out into the great outdoors over Easter. No doubt the weather will be rubbish again by then - luckily these products will look as nice inside your home as they would being enjoyed in a park surrounded by flies, dogs and screaming children... ah, the delights of the summer...

First step, a blanket. I spy this binoculars blanket, new in at Anorak. It'll cost you £36 but will see you through many picnic seasons. Keep a look out for the canoe version too.

Sitting comfortably? Let's move onto the important matters of eating and drinking essentials. Hunkydory Home are stocking these great A to Z paper plates and cups, Each is decorated with its own retro symbol and letter. £7.25 will buy you 26 (of course!) cups or get the plates for £9.75. And because my name begins with "F" I get to quaff from the pretty Flamingo. Win.

If the paper alternatives are too pretty to throw away, or you fancy some stronger stuff, these
festival wine glasses are sure to jazz up proceedings. The set of three pictured will cost you £18 from Found Home and Interiors.

Crisps, vine leaves, sausage rolls: picnics are generally all about the finger food. If you're lucky enough to get ice cream too, what could be more jolly than tucking into them with these checkered spoons. They're £20 from Anthropologie for four.

Finally, mop up your well fed and watered selves with these pretty lemonade napkins from H&M. Lemonade? Well, since you're asking. They're only £1.50 for twenty.

Planning on venturing out into the great outdoors this Easter? Let us know where you're going and, most importantly, what you're going to eat and drink while you're there.

1 comment:

  1. If you spot any pretty wine box disguises out there, please let us know!


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