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Spring Fever!!!!!

Posted by Anne Yorks on Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Spring Fever. I have it bad! I cannot wait until the flowers start to bloom. Of course, they have already started to bloom in my kitchen.



I have definitely saved my favorite collection for last. The final collection I am offering for Easter/Spring 2010 is called, drum roll please.......Spring Fever. (if you missed my last three posts...I give you an up close look at the three other cookie collections I have recently added to the my site: Easter Parade, Egg Hunt, and Bunnies and Chicks)

Here is the full view of the Spring Fever cookies:



It includes 2 pink ladybugs, 2 yellow tulips, 3 bubble bees, 2 butterflies, 3 pink daisies, 2 watering cans, and 2 white and yellow daisies. My friends, this is most definitely 'Spring in a bakery box'.

Here is a closer look at the critters.



And the flowers.



And my favorite cookie of them all, the watering can.



What do you think? Do have the fever??

Ok - that's it for Easter and Spring! If you're planning to order, I suggest you do so by March 29th for timely shipping. 

Coming soon to the Flour Box Blog...
  1. A Monster Truck themed birthday party.
  2. A few amazing custom cookie orders. (really, I was honored to be asked to do these orders)
  3. A GIGANTIC ELMO COOKIE
  4. A super cool handmade gift 
  5. A blog post by my husband Topher (I know I have promised this before, but he really keeps saying he has something to say. Toph...are you out there? What's up, buddy? Fill us in!)
  6. Flour Box gives back to the community. Oh yes, I'm a baker with a big heart!
  7. And a few more fun surprises! I can't give away all my secrets!


Plus, the newest edition of the Flour Box e-newsletter will be sent tomorrow (Thursday, March, 18th). Want a copy? Click on the newsletter link on the homepage of my site (on the far right)! It's that easy. I send about 1 or 2 a month.

Have a sweet day,
Anne







6 comments

  • Edrin

    Sep 18, 2012

    I love decorating my house for every seaosn, I always did it since my boys were little kids. Now they are 21 and 23 and they get home asking when the new decoration will be on. I decorate the whole house during christmas. I even change the pictures hanging on the walls. I put up 3 to 5 xmas trees in different rooms. The traditional one goes in the living room, the informal one goes in the family room. A small one goes on the kitchen counter with cookie cutters hanging from the branches. In the entrance a mid size one uses also traditional decorations and when my kids were small I put a mid size one in every room with decorations they made. I even decorate the bedrooms and the bathrooms. For valentines I decorate the entrance door with a wreath in a form of a heart full of silk flowers. I change the tablecloth on the dining table to a red one with hearts and I set the table with hearts decorations,since we usually celebrate Valentine’s dinner at home. I put red and white candles everywhere, all the small round table are decorated with red or red and white tablecloths. Even the kitchen towels and the apron is changed for every seaosn. For Easter, I change the wreath to an appropiate one, the tablecloths around the house. I put bunnies and special dessert plates to decorate and I change the decorations on the piano and other tables. I also change it for summer, then for the Back to School seaosn, (I am a teacher) and for Halloween and Thanksgiving. I change towels, aprons, kitchen towels, everything I can it helps me get in the mood. I have collected all the decorations during the years and in discount stores usually off seaosn. I put them away in plastic boxes that are identified with the seaosn. Try it, it will please you so much you will keep on doing it and adding new things every year.

  • Prashant

    Sep 17, 2012

    We have the same problem were we live expcet the weed that causes it here is called Turnip Weed. Must be something to do with yellow flowers cause it’s yellow too! And no I never really had hayfever until I came to the countryThe reaction I get is more sinus stuff, rarely get the itchy eyes etc, but my son is complaining of that at the minute. I use 12 hour Telfast, as most of the others (including 24 hour Telfast) make me into a zombie. I also use Rhinocort spray as I have the drip down the back of my nose which is really annoying.Hope you find something that works!!

  • Edrin

    Sep 18, 2012

    I love decorating my house for every seaosn, I always did it since my boys were little kids. Now they are 21 and 23 and they get home asking when the new decoration will be on. I decorate the whole house during christmas. I even change the pictures hanging on the walls. I put up 3 to 5 xmas trees in different rooms. The traditional one goes in the living room, the informal one goes in the family room. A small one goes on the kitchen counter with cookie cutters hanging from the branches. In the entrance a mid size one uses also traditional decorations and when my kids were small I put a mid size one in every room with decorations they made. I even decorate the bedrooms and the bathrooms. For valentines I decorate the entrance door with a wreath in a form of a heart full of silk flowers. I change the tablecloth on the dining table to a red one with hearts and I set the table with hearts decorations,since we usually celebrate Valentine’s dinner at home. I put red and white candles everywhere, all the small round table are decorated with red or red and white tablecloths. Even the kitchen towels and the apron is changed for every seaosn. For Easter, I change the wreath to an appropiate one, the tablecloths around the house. I put bunnies and special dessert plates to decorate and I change the decorations on the piano and other tables. I also change it for summer, then for the Back to School seaosn, (I am a teacher) and for Halloween and Thanksgiving. I change towels, aprons, kitchen towels, everything I can it helps me get in the mood. I have collected all the decorations during the years and in discount stores usually off seaosn. I put them away in plastic boxes that are identified with the seaosn. Try it, it will please you so much you will keep on doing it and adding new things every year.

  • Prashant

    Sep 17, 2012

    We have the same problem were we live expcet the weed that causes it here is called Turnip Weed. Must be something to do with yellow flowers cause it’s yellow too! And no I never really had hayfever until I came to the countryThe reaction I get is more sinus stuff, rarely get the itchy eyes etc, but my son is complaining of that at the minute. I use 12 hour Telfast, as most of the others (including 24 hour Telfast) make me into a zombie. I also use Rhinocort spray as I have the drip down the back of my nose which is really annoying.Hope you find something that works!!

  • Edrin

    Sep 18, 2012

    I love decorating my house for every seaosn, I always did it since my boys were little kids. Now they are 21 and 23 and they get home asking when the new decoration will be on. I decorate the whole house during christmas. I even change the pictures hanging on the walls. I put up 3 to 5 xmas trees in different rooms. The traditional one goes in the living room, the informal one goes in the family room. A small one goes on the kitchen counter with cookie cutters hanging from the branches. In the entrance a mid size one uses also traditional decorations and when my kids were small I put a mid size one in every room with decorations they made. I even decorate the bedrooms and the bathrooms. For valentines I decorate the entrance door with a wreath in a form of a heart full of silk flowers. I change the tablecloth on the dining table to a red one with hearts and I set the table with hearts decorations,since we usually celebrate Valentine’s dinner at home. I put red and white candles everywhere, all the small round table are decorated with red or red and white tablecloths. Even the kitchen towels and the apron is changed for every seaosn. For Easter, I change the wreath to an appropiate one, the tablecloths around the house. I put bunnies and special dessert plates to decorate and I change the decorations on the piano and other tables. I also change it for summer, then for the Back to School seaosn, (I am a teacher) and for Halloween and Thanksgiving. I change towels, aprons, kitchen towels, everything I can it helps me get in the mood. I have collected all the decorations during the years and in discount stores usually off seaosn. I put them away in plastic boxes that are identified with the seaosn. Try it, it will please you so much you will keep on doing it and adding new things every year.

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