Primrose Day is the anniversary of the death of British statesman and prime minister Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, on 19 April 1881. The primrose was his favourite flower and Queen Victoria would often send him bunches of them from Windsor and Osborne House. She sent a wreath of primroses to his funeral. On this day Disraeli's statue in Parliament Square, London is decorated with primroses, as is his grave in Hughenden, Buckinghamshire.
I then searched the Internet for a Primrose rubber stamp and found one by Hobby Art. here's the card.... which I am not too keen on..
To be honest... this is the updated version
I cut out the leaves and shaped them to add more dimension
Here she is the last time we spent a few days in North Wales, in fact in the same year (2007) she was confined to a wheel chair... This photo was taken at the bottom of Mount Snowdon, North Wales. I made a srap book for her with all our escapades in glorious colour.. lol
Thank you for looking.
xx Suzi B xx