Thursday, November 6, 2008

Vintage Thingie Thursday: Vintage Aprons and a Guest Writer

This month I will be participating in Vintage Thingie Thursday hosted by The Apron Queen like I always do. However, I am putting my own spin on it this month.

Each week I will have a guest writer who will highlight and showcase their vintage things and treasures. Each week I will feature someone I am most thankful for and what better month to highlight that sentiment than the month of November.
I hope you enjoy these guest writers throughout the month. I am sure some days you will be rather entertained.

Remember, these are not MY post and not MY words and not MY vintage things....only the people are MY treasures. Grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and enjoy the adventure.

This week: Let me introduce my daughter, Alisha.
Alisha is a junior at the University of North Texas. She is smart, funny and a great joy in my life. I am very grateful to have such a wonderful daughter. I think she looks rather cute modeling her aprons.

This apron was my first one. I got it for Christmas from Coloradolady :)
It has red and white polka dot Dotted Swiss fabric. It is also my favorite because of the martini glass! :)

Here is a close-up of the cute little martini glass.

This one is cute with the red and white ribbon. Perfect for rolling out a batch of cookies!

The fabric design is just as cute as the red and white ribbons.

I just love the swirl design on this apron! I think I have a thing for red aprons!

Look how cute the swirls are in the closeup.

This apron is cute because of all the stitch work. It looks like I am all ready to cook! And if by cooking you mean heating a pizza in the oven.. that's me! But at least I will look cute doing it in my apron! :o)

I just LOVE vintage aprons!

19 comments:

  1. That personality shines right through the pictures.

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  2. Your daughter seems like a lot of fun! I love her aprons!

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  3. Gorgeous aprons! My favorite is the red with white rick rack swirls.

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  4. I love them and your daughter is so cute modeling them. I love her facial expressions!

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  5. by the way, mom.. did i leave that white head band at the house?! i cant fnid it here in denton!!

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  6. Cute little aprons and cute girl, too! Is she going to be a model?

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  7. Omigosh, adorable! And the aprons are cute too! :)

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  8. Oh how cute! All of her aprons are just the cats meow.
    What a very sweet daughter she seems to be. :)

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  9. What cute aprons on a very cute girl. I like the fruit one. What great stitch work. Nothing wrong with the red ones, I just love the fruit. I am a fruity person!

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  10. Another "Apron Queen" has arrived on the scene. Way to go Alisha girl!

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  11. Alisha-Thanks for sharing your aprons-they are adorable. I think my favorite is the red and white ric rac one. You got Vintage Guest Writer off to a great start!

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  12. You have a very nice collection of vintage aprons. The embroidered one and the red with white swirls are my favorites.
    Carrie

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  13. Oooh, love that vintage apron! Alisha looks so cute modeling them all for you!
    Marie

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  14. What a cute idea! A beautiful daughter with amazing aprons! ♥

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  15. Can your daughter come over and model my aprons now? What a fun post! And, I love the stitching on the fruit apron.

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  16. lovely aprons !!! make u realy go in kitchen and make some delicacies :)

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