Competition time!

It is competition time here at FlowersMadeEasy!!! www.facebook.com/flowersmadeeasy

To be in with a chance of winning our daily competition of a trip on the Dublin Wheel for two simply tell us the following:

What is your personal birth flower and what makes this flower special for you?

The daily winners will be entered into our end-of-week prize which is a Cookery BBQ demonstration for 2 persons with Connolly Cookery School on 23rd May 2011, where you will learn how to make the perfect BBQ. The winner of the BBQ demonstration will be announced on the 11th March.

CONNOLLY COOKERY DEMONSTRATION

Cookery Demonstration classes on Home Entertaining and Healthy Eating

Contact Lorraine Connolly 0860875587,

connollycookeryschool@eircom.net www.connollycookeryschool.ie

The more people you tell to enter the competition the greater chance you have of winning and do not forget you can enter every day!!

To win simply follow two steps

1) Like our Facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/flowersmadeeasy and

2) Post your answer here underneath our blog .

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There are 35 comments for this article
  1. Mark Simpson at 1:12 am

    One moment of Irish female success I’m proud of is that of Countess Markiewicz becoming the first female to elected as an MP in 1918.

  2. Kathleen O'Rourke at 11:20 am

    Although an obvious choice, my favorite Spring flower is the Daffodil. You know it’s Spring and that Winter is over when you seem them coming up in your garden and personally they make me smile from ear to ear cause their so yellow and happy looking! 🙂

    They are incredible for photos and look amazing on sunny days.

    So for that reason, my favorite Spring flower is the Daffodil!

  3. Kerrie O'Neill at 5:47 pm

    I love snow drops! they are so pure and delicate and pretty – I love the way they grow in little clumps under huge trees, bringing a little glow of spring to the dreary end of winter 🙂

  4. Kerrie O'Neill at 1:45 pm

    My birth Flower is the Sweet Pea or Daisy! Both Simple and plentiful but cheerful chaps! Although I love the the big colorful daisies, I’d prefer the Sweet Pea – it reminds me of my nana’s garden

  5. Aline at 5:17 pm

    Just found out that my Birth flower is the Poppy. I like their colour but it’s a pity that they don’t survive for very long in a vase !

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