Vintage Tablecloths

Sharing vintage tablecloths ~ and other vintage treasures that capture my attention. Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, February 28, 2014

Leprechaun Swap, Vintage Aprons & Towels, and a GIVEAWAY winner!

I finished my Secret Leprechaun Swap crafting early and mailed
the package out today.  Vivian said we can show what we made,
because where it's going is a secret....whoopee! 
 
Let the showing of the green begin...
 
 
I made a shamrock bouquet in a tiny clay pot, and a pot of gold  I didn't attach
the vintage Leprechaun, but just stood him along side, so the receiver of my
package can use him wherever she would like.  He is a cutie!

 
I also altered a small wooden box by adding embellishments and a little bling.
 
 Added few other goodies and off it went!  Since tomorrow is March 1st,
I will officially start putting my St. Paddy's day décor out at home.
 
Prettying up some linens that I'm selling.  Want to see?  
Do you enjoy vintage aprons?

& vintage dish towels?

& tea towels?  Such lovely colors & fun graphics!
 
OKAY.....you're thinking, tell us who won already...
 
 I had blog followers enter the Giveaway by leaving a comment on the post and
some others who follow me by email.  Doyle was ready to help!
 
I had all the entries on separate pieces of paper & tossed them.
 
 The WINNER is Jennifer who blogs at Thistlebear.
 
Doyle chose well!  If you are not familiar with her blog, treat yourself to a visit.
She is very creative, an excellent writer who draws you in with her posts,
and she shares her beautiful family with us.  Congrats Jennifer! 
 (I'll be contacting you by email.)
 
BIG thanks to all of you who signed up for a chance to win.  
I love doing giveaways so there will be many more of them.
I need you to save me from becoming a full fledged hoarder.  :)
 
Happy Friday ~ Have a great weekend blog friends!

13 comments:

  1. Thank you so much, Pam! I'm very excited. I've replied to your email with my address. Thanks again. :)

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  2. Isn't he quite the mischievous lad. Love your shamrock display with the pot of gold. You are so creative. Your box is pretty darn awesome too. Keep on being a hoarder. It benefits us ALL! Thank you!

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  3. Congratulations to Jennifer!

    Your secret leprechaun goodies are so cute, your partner will love them!

    I love your cloth with violets, so very sweet.

    Happy happy weekend!

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  4. love the swappys you've sent, all adorable. That vintage leprechaun is stinking cute! This is turning out to be a fun swap. Have a great weekend!
    Xoxo
    Vivian

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  5. I'm lovin' all your goodies! You are so creative! I've got my swap started. This is super fun!

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  6. I love that little leprechaun...he is adorable! Swaps are so much fun!

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  7. Darling St. Patty's creations! Love all the towels and aprons!! Have a wonderful weekend! xo Heather

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  8. Ooh such cute St. Paddy's Day gifts for your secret recipient, Pam!
    Lucky Jennifer in winning your giveaway. I always love to see your pretty retro finds.
    Happy Weekend! xo

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  9. As I've told you before, I collect vintage tablecloths and aprons, but I've never seen any dish towels. Those are lovely. Congrats to the lucky winner.

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  10. Love your cute swap goodies you did!! The flowers are so cute and that little guy is adorable!! Such a lucky girl, whoever gets it!! Lol....Such a fun swap, I'm still altering mine a bit more then will be shipping her off! :) Such beautiful vintage linens! Love those pretty tea towels!! :) Hope you have a lovely Sunday!! xo Holly

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  11. Some nice St. Patrick day items.
    The aprons and dish towels are lovely.
    I hope you have a lovely week.
    Denise

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  12. Congratulations to Jennifer! Pam, I love the way you describe tossing the entries for Doyle to pick one; I can just imagine him pouncing on the winner! Have a lovely weekend! :) --Fran

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Your comments make me smile and our open to all! Thanks.