Damn.Oh well, I voted for you anyway.:)PS: I picked something up at the flea market just for you...you'll either hate it or LOVE it.
Thank you for voting! :DAnd you did? My gosh, you didn't have to do that! I'm intrigued! Most of the time when someone thinks that I might hate something, that probably means that in my book, it's great!I decided to wait about sending your package to see if fate would let you win this prize package. Now that the cards have been dealt, I'll send it on now! :)
I'm a little relieved, if I had won an apron that would probably mean I'd have to cook something. :)~An
Hint: MIP, starts with C...
An: Now honey! Not really...aprons are for looking cute. Kitchens are for cooking something! I sometimes just wear aprons around town. Barbara: Cindy Brady talking doll...but the one with the lisp?
Dang - they made one of those? And...no.Anon: Men like aprons if you wear them whilst naked. Then they don't care if you cook.
Congrats, Phoebe! Eartha...I'm pretty sure I have that bowl myself. Are they bowl soul mates!?(PS: I sent out an email yesterday begging everyone to vote. My pets and I are on Twitter asking people to vote. YOU SHALL BE VICTORIOUS!)
I thought I might have missed the deadline with the time difference but no, phew! Voted! Hope you win....
Oh, my ears and whiskers! I still cannot BELIEVE I won, thankyou thankyou thankyou! The box arrived yesterday-- it was stcuck in my door when I came home fromw ork and when I saw it I jumped up the steps with glee! I crammed chocolate chip cookies in my mouth while I unwrapped everything on the bed and looked at all the wonderful, kitschy delights...which made it hard to go "AHHH" and "OHHH" and "WOW"! So now I have to wash the sheets since I sprayed a lot of cookie crumbs around, but oh well -- it's usually Ritz Crackers, so c.c. cookies--- handmade by Ms. Kitsch HERSELF!--- are a big improvement. I really really love the Drive-In Restaurants book and the crocheted trivets and the teatowel (goes well with the 60+ other vintage tea towels I cherish and fondle regularly - and it still has the original label, oh my!) and the wide-eyed plaster apple will join its long-lost cousins on my kitchen wall soon and the vintage fabric ROCKS... and the green apron (my mom had a similar one back in 1957 - wasn't that a great year?) will also hang in te kitchen. And, I think maybe my favorite of all is the set of polka-dotted salt n pepper shakers: divine. Whew! I am outta breath and must go unwrap another c.c. cookie to revive.Now I will be on the lookout for you and Jack and Mr. Kitsch on TV winning that MILLION $$. BEST WISHES AND A MILLION THANKS !
Barbara: Good advice!Jen: Thanks again for EVERYTHING! We in Kitschville love you! :)Straight Talking Mama: Thanks so much for voting for us! You're the best! :DPhoebe: Hee! You made my day with that note! I'm glad that you like everything. :) Now, do you need a glass of milk or am I too late? :)
I am eating the last couple now with my coffee at work! Eartha: You must let me know what sorts of mid-century items you are seeking to complement your decor...Mrofthesea and I continue to yard sale and thrift shop regardless of not really 'needing' anything -- as if 'need' is really the issue! But we are always thrilled to be set on a quest...so let me know if you need a shell-encrusted jewelry box or a glow-in-the-dark Virgin Mary or a bullfighter portrait on black velvet....it's only a matter of time til one crosses my path.
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