The first ones are ornamental fruit caricatures representing pineapple, orange, raspberry, apple (I think) and strawberries. I've recently rediscovered them tucked away in a shoebox wrapped up from our house move last year. I picked them up from a charity shop in Scotland a few years back. I sometimes use them as cake toppers. I had completely forgotten about them.
Two, when I moved from our rented accommodation to our new own home just over a year ago, I was sad to be leaving behind my thriving rhubarb plant (which I did actually end up digging out and putting it into our new home garden), herb patch and edible flower patch. Flowers like violets, violas and primroses, but its the violas (heartsease) that I missed the most as they were purple and white and garnished cakes and sweet things beautifully. I have finally a new lot, in golden and autumnal colours growing in pots, but no purple violas yet. They will come.
Three, a tasty breakfast treat. I've been thoroughly enjoying these home-made Sweet Potato and Coconut Milk Flapjack Cake slab slices. I will share the recipe next week, but the nutmeg, ginger and cinnamon are really fragrant and send you off in a happy daze. Its sets me up in a good smiley mood.
And five, a herb pot in the shape of a elephant from a Fair trade shop, but one I have not used much as I can't seem to find herb pots that fit into it snuggly, so it has been given a new lease of life recently as a scented candle holder instead. Please do pop on over to Five on Friday hosted by Love Made My Home to see what other blogger have shared.