Thanks to all those who entered the Glamping Aprons Giveaway for a chance to win one of CJ’s amazing aprons!
Karina reaches into the pockets of each of the prize aprons to pick out our winners …
The first is … Julie Kram!
Julie Kram said:
My dream glamper would have an awning made out of your fabulous glamping fabric under which I could cook while wearing one of the awesome aprons. The outside of the camper would be painted white with a red stripe around the middle. It would be a vintage bread-box style. The inside of the glamper would be clean-up friendly, as I love to camp in the woods away from it all. I would have farm prints on the cushions and curtains and favorite handmade doo-dads on the walls. I’m dreaming!
And the second is …
A couple of times when I’ve been knee-deep in a cookbook project, I’ve joked that maybe it would just be easier if we were all breatharians, capable of surviving on air alone. Well, I’ve found just that … in a plant. A plant that doesn’t need soil to grow, just air, and a quick dip in water every two weeks. Meet T. stricta ‘Hardleaf’ and T. aeranthos—only two of many varieties available, brought to market by three guys in Torrance, California.
CJ Armstrong, our Farmgirl of the Year 2010, is stitching and selling glamper-ific aprons using my newly launched Glamping fabric collection. You can bet I’ll be wearing one when I’m glamping this summer in my ’68 Airstream, Lily. With this giveaway, you can get your glamp on, too! Picture yourself in one of these. Now, picture your perfect trailer or glammed-up tent.
CJ sells these lovelies on her blog, Fresh Farm Aprons. You can also catch up with her on her business page on Facebook.
Here are some closeups of my “girls” that you see on the fabric above. Yes, they each come with their own personalities and names.
Sunny Brook—high maintenance hits the road
Thanks to all those who entered the Shabby Apple clothing giveaway for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to put some … polka dot panache into your life!
Louise reaches into the pile of names and picks out …
Robin Armstrong Miller! Congratulations!
Robin Armstrong Miller said:
“I love Shabby Apple! I am pretty partial to reds and blacks but I like the Mint Green. Something to get my pretty on for teaching!”
Robin, keep your eyes on your inbox for an email from the farm.
And the original post dated March 23 was:
Are you pining for pinafores, perpetuated by plaid, and placated by peplums?
If polka dots predicate a pleasurably palpable prognosis, you’re not alone.
May I prescribe Shabby Apple vintage clothing—a return to what dresses were always meant to be.