Monday, May 26, 2014

How I spent my birthday (part 2)

Selection of lunch dishes laid out on a table.
Adelaide and Jennifer brought a delicious lunch with them
Five glasses of sparking wine toasting.
and Celia brought bubbles.
Table with five people eating lunch with glasses of sparkling wine.
 After lunch we returned to the workshop much refreshed
A woman positions items in a miniature picnic hamper.
and finished off our picnic hampers.
A miniature picnic hamper with black and white checked lining, holding a bottle of wine, two glasses, two smoked salmon sandwiches and a wedge of camenbert, displayed on an outstretched hand.
 Mine contained most of the necessities of life (no chocolate, I'm afraid)
A miniature picnic hamper with red checked lining, holding two glasses, a lollipop, two smoked salmon and lettuce sandwiches, two apples and an orange.
while first-timer Celia's was more elaborate (and much healthier!).
Miniature deck chair, radio and filled picnic hamper on the lawns in front of a miniature Rose Seidler house.
It was a great day all round: thanks to Div for providing the venue and Adelaide, Jennifer and Celia for providing kits, lunch and good company.


Kristine PaperDollMiniatures said...

What a fab birthday celebration! Looks like you had a lot of fun :) the baskets turned out so good. I think it's nice you got to mix your mini and non mini friends. Makes it more special to share your fun.
Oh yes and a big happy birthday from me too :)

Susan@minicrochetmad said...

Now that's what I call a celebration! What could be better than good friends, good munchies and miniatures all eolled into one!! Happy Birthday and may there be many more!

Mad For Mod said...

What a great D-Day! Friends, food and miniatures!!! Perfect!