Red Remembrance Poppies for ANZAC Day

Red Remembrance Poppies for ANZAC Day

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Hey Bron, It would be really good if you could find a shop/store to carry these and the proceeds can go towards the veterans.

Cynthia — Wednesday 25th April 2007 2:48 pm

You clever, clever girl! Love it. In Anzac Day 2004 we were doing our great walk across Spain. We picked real red poppies from the side of the road just outside of Pamplona to wear.

barbara — Wednesday 25th April 2007 4:11 pm

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Tao Of Defiance » TOD offline this week; leaving you with some ANZAC day links. — Wednesday 25th April 2007 5:52 pm

These are so cute Bron. On top, one of my favorite wild flowers!

Bea at La Tartine Gourmande — Thursday 26th April 2007 1:32 am

Bron, these are so lovely! You're so creative!

Patricia Scarpin — Thursday 26th April 2007 6:57 am

Hi from South Africa. What a touching post Bron. And your biscuits are so beautiful and artistic. I also took a look at your post from last year and will be making those Anzac Biscuits!! 10 years ago my hub and I visited the Gallipoli Peninsula during a holiday in Turkey. What a moving experience to see the trenches and then to walk around the Lone Pine Cemetery and Memorial and read all those thousands of names.......We will remember them.

Colleen — Thursday 26th April 2007 8:46 am


Lizzy — Thursday 26th April 2007 12:15 pm

Very touching and creative! :)

Whitney — Friday 27th April 2007 11:08 am

Hi Bron - what a lovely tribute! I'm glad to learn more about how NZ commemorates the memory of your veterans - alongside of November 11 (which we too (Canada) commemorate quite strongly - Rememberance Day). Beautiful, precious, and very creative cookies!

gilly — Saturday 28th April 2007 3:08 am

Bron, those cookies resemble the true red poppy! How clever! I bet the girls had had fun!

arfi — Saturday 28th April 2007 7:43 pm

What a cool idea!

peabody — Monday 30th April 2007 7:28 pm

What a beautiful post, Bron. Several years ago, I visited the WWI battlefields of the Somme and Vimy, a place of special significance to Canadians. During my trip I was keenly aware of the disproportionate numbers of Kiwis and Aussies visiting the battlefields and memorials. It was an incredibly emotional experience, and I was heartened to see people coming from so far away to offer their thanks and to simply remember.

rob — Sunday 6th May 2007 5:11 am

What a wonderful post! We are so caught up in today's world it seems we forget the sacrifices made by those who made our freedoms possible. I remember these poppies that were given by the VFW, but your edible version is quite a tribute!

Deborah Dowd — Monday 7th May 2007 12:57 am

Having no idea thr origins of ANZAC day, but having once met a New Zealander and knowing it had something to do with friendship, some friends and I celebrated with numerous root beer floats last year. This year we will understand; any idea how to convert these measurements for someone from the U.S.A.?

Christine — Wednesday 31st October 2007 9:34 am

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