Good morning! I'm going to try something new today, so please join in.... It's a little depressing when I try out new ideas and no one plays along. When you've read today's blog, I want you to vote for your favourite item. You can vote by leaving a comment here, tweeting me @cutekidsclocks or voting on facebook. At 7pm (UK time), I'll count up all the votes and the winning item will get a feature on the Buy Handmade British facebook page. In the case of a draw, I'll choose the winner.
Do you have a good idea for a blog theme? Contact me by one of the usual methods (comment, facebook, twitter) and if I use your theme idea I'll put a link to your website/shop/twitter/whatever (so long as it's nothing inappropriate) on the blog.
And now to today. I hope you're not hungry because today's blog is all about lunches. When I was a little girl going to school in Oldham your lunch was a little chocolate biscuit (usually a kitkat, blue riband or breakaway) that you took to school for a snack at breaktime. Does that make me sound really old?!? I was born in the 80s so it wasn't THAT long ago... Anyway, this blog is about the meal lunch, but it's obviously at someone else's house because it involves lovely handmade goodies and not picking cheese out of the rug. One day I'll learn not to give grated cheese to a toddler.