In the UK and Ireland, Mother's Day falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent, three weeks before Easter Sunday. It's origins are believed to have come from the 16th Century Christian ritual of making an annual visit to the church of your Mother, thereby reuniting Mothers with their children on this day. Young men and women would be released from their work for this day allowing them to visit their families. (Source: www.whenis.co.uk)
This year, Mothering Sunday is on 3rd April. Flowers are thought of as a traditional gift for Mother's Day and todays question is related to that.
TODAY'S QUESTION: In The Scrapbook Garden shop I have for sale a 'Mother's Day Stamp' (by Art Stamp) - what colour are the flowers on the stamp image?
FIRST CORRECT answer in the comments box below to be entered into the draw.