Monday, October 27, 2008

Bloggy Giveaway - Flirty Not Dirty Gloves

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Pardon this interruption of the Flirty Apron Swap for another giveaway. There is a huge giveaway carnival going on at Rocks in My Dryer and I just had to participate. Be sure to head on over to bloggygiveaways.com ... there will be HUNDREDS of contests for you to enter by the end of the week!!

Aprons are the newest accessory for today's modern woman, and a pair of flirty gloves are the cherry on top. To one lucky visitor, you will receive a pair of my handcrafted Flirty Not Dirty Gloves.
To enter, please leave a comment with a favorite apron memory from your childhood or one you wish to create moving forward.
A random winning name will be chosen Saturday morning, November 1. I hope you win!!! Thanks for visiting the Flirty Apron Swap blog - please feel free to look around and enter the other contest going on right now.

Shawnee

PS - If you'd like to have TWO chances to win the Flirty Not Dirty Gloves, subscribe to or become a "Follower" of this blog and leave a second comment letting me know you did!

159 comments:

  1. Those are SOOO cute! My favorite apron is the one that my sister made me! She just put rhinestones in the letter of a D on it and in random other places! She made it when she was about 8! Everytime I use it, I smile!

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  2. Who knew there was such a think as flirty gloves? Love them!

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  3. my sweet little grandmother wore aprons all the time, I now wish I thougth to get some of hers after she died but I was a teen and didn't think about stuff like that... I love that I've got a niece and one of my daughters that love aprons too! Great aprons always make me think of my grandmother!

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  4. I love those gloves. I would love to win them. My favorite memory of wearing aprons is...When I was a little girl my mom being single wouold send us to spend a couple of weeks with my grandparents. My grandma would wear her apron everyday. When I was willing to help our in the kitchen she would put one on me and I would organize her spice drawer. then we would eat fresh raspberries with cream. Oh those were the days. daurenet

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  5. I think the gloves are GREAT!!! I don't have any apron memories, but I recently started baking & I would LOVE to make some apron memories for my kids!!! Thanks!

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  6. My favorite apron memory came up just this past weekend. We went home for my grandpa's funeral and my grandma let me know she still has my apron I wore as a little girl. I wore that apron to help my grandma around the kitchen and to do the dishes. My grandpa used to think it was so cute. My grandma is going to send it home with me next time I am in town. I will treasure that apron for the rest of my life as it was used to spend time with my grandpa and grandma.

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  7. My favorite apron memory is of looking at pictures of my mom as a chile wearing aprons with my grandma. I would dream of what they looked like. After my grandmother passed away my mom ran acroos two of the aprons and gave them to me. I will have to post a picture of them someday.Thewy are so sweet.

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  8. I love the gloves..the are adorable.

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  9. I just subscribed to your blog. What a neat feature!

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  10. My favorite apron memory started in my childhood because my mom would always wear the same navy blue apron every time she cooked, which was everyday. That apron was covered in flour and food from all of our favorite meals. When I finally got my car and was able to drive I went to JoAnns, bought some fabric, and went home and made my mom a new apron out of denim. She didnt know what I was doing, and was so excited when I gave it to her. She still wears that apron that I gave her to this day =)

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  11. OM I totally want these! My fav apron mem was every Sunday was baking day. After dinner we'd all pull out our aprons that my mom made us and we would bake goodies. I still have my apron from when I was younger!

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  12. I have a small collection of aprons, most I've made myself, but I don't have a pair of these. I think I NEED them!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. I love the gloves. Where do you find colored gloves? All I've ever seen are the ugly yellow ones in the grocery store. Favorite apron memory - I remember my great-grandmother & great-grandfather standing on their front porch waving good-bye to us (I must have been around eight-years-old). She was wearing a blue and white dress with a simple white apron. They lived in Tennessee and we lived in NJ so I only saw them maybe once a year - that's the one that sticks in my head. Beth

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  14. What fun these are! What a great gift they would be for my mom.

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  15. love the gloves too fun enter me

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  16. ok I am officially obsessed with these!!!!

    I remember going on trips with my parents. Anywhere from Hawaii to Indiana to Ireland, I enjoyed these times :) I hope to do the same with my kids some day!

    Lauren
    croasla0(at)sewanee.edu

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  17. Cute, Cute, Cute! I really don't have a apron memory.... well, except for being in kindegarten and wearing a painting apron. Hope that counts!

    redbarncritters@gmail.com

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  18. how incredibly alluring! those would make the dirt want to clean itself up! i love them and my hubby would love me to have them (because i would want to clean more). great idea i MUST say!
    i don't really have a fav memory, i just remember always thinking..."i want those yellow rubby glovey thingys to clean with" and now...now...just look at how far they've come!
    mavfreck16(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. My favorite apron memory is running up and hugging my great aunts legs when she wore one around her house when I stayed with her. Thanks for entering my name.

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  20. I don't remember anyone wearing an apron when I was a kid. But I love that they've made a comeback and I wear one a lot now. Flirty of course.

    david_colleen@mei.net

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  21. I'm a subscriber.

    david_colleen@mei.net

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  22. I don't have an apron memory. I do love those gloves.


    =) melanie
    http://melaniescrafts.blogspot.com
    melanieadey at hotmail dot com

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  23. I dont remember aprons looking THIS good!

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  24. oh aren't these the cutest..I love them, my fav aron memory is always the smell that came with it, since my mom would b ebaking all the time with her cute little pink apron with the white ruffle on it....I love aprons and I love the gloves.. :)

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  25. Since I was a child, my grandmother has always worn an apron when she cooks. I'm 34 and she still does it. I love it!

    Thanks for the giveaway! Those gloves are precious.

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  26. The gloves are absolutely adorable!

    Apron memory: my very crafty grandmother made me an apron (and a matching one for my doll!) to wear when she taught me to bake cookies.

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  27. My mom never wore an apron, or put me in one - just my dad's old work shirts as smocks! I'd love to create apron memories for my daughter!

    Thanks.

    chappyandalexa [at] earthlink [dot] net

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  28. My favorite apron memory is getting to wear my grandma's apron while cooking with her.

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  29. hmmm my mother never wore an apron but i hope my children grow up remembering my apron and cooking and fun family times :) Awesome Giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win! :)

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  30. Jenny jlc06865@yahoo.comOctober 27, 2008 at 7:04 PM

    My favorite apron memory is getting to pick a pretty apron out of my grandma's drawer that I would get to wear while I helped her in the kitchen when I was a little girl. These aprons were made by her mother, they all had beautiful hand embroidery and I always felt special because they were so pretty and I couldn't believe I was allowed to wear one. I now have these aprons - my grandma gave them to me for my 36th birthday this year.

    I love these gloves! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. I have 3 dear women that I became friends with years ago that lived in my neighborhood. We have all since moved away but we wanted something to keep up connected. So we started "the sisterhood of the traveling apron". We take turns sending the apron and a journal to each other. We right recipes, random thoughts, hopes, fears, etc. and we use the apron every time we cook when we have it. It has been so fun to keep in touch that way.

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  32. These are adorable! Growing up, I'll never forget my Grandma's stash of aprons. She always preferred a waist apron, rather than a full one. Cooking was a blast in her kitchen, because she had a wide range of vintage aprons that were for wearing and cooking in. Made if a lot of fun for us. :)
    flowers7886 at yahoo dot com

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  33. I have memories of my Grandma wearing aprons while baking the most delcious cookies ever. She was truly talented. We would decorate ginger bread cookies every year when i was a child. I have very fond memories of her and the kitchen!

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  34. My fave childhood apron was this white apron with a big cute bear on the front!

    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  35. oh my, these are fantastic! i'm trying to create my own memories now with making aprons for friends in need. cheers, rachel

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  36. My daughter and I like to wear vintage aprons while we bake together in the kitchen! She likes to try on all the aprons I've been saving over the years!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    foxsquirrelrabbit(at)gmail(dot)com

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  37. I am loving these gloves. Why not feel pretty while doing housework?!?!

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  38. Ooh! I'd love these aprons for doing housework. I'd look forward to doing it more, I'm sure. I hope to make aprons for my daughters and wear them together when baking. No kids, yet...this is for the future.

    Deborah
    dbstout{at}juno{dot}com

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  39. these would almost make housework enjoyable. I would love these. At least I would feel like a domestic goddess that I am.

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  40. I remember my grandma having an apron for everyday of the week. And she had a special one she wore on Sunday's it was pastel yellow with pink and green flowers.
    livlifelov at yahoo dot com

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  41. Only apron memory I can think of s when I use to wear one for floral class. It was blue and had my name on it.

    samsakara@twcny.rr.com

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  42. How cute! Every lady should have a pair of these ;)) I don't have a favorite apron memory, but I really hope to create some with my future kids :) (I'd love to learn to sew better before i have kids so I can just make them their own aprons.)

    raspberrykitty at aol dot com

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  43. My favorite apron memory started about a year ago when I joined the Apronistas! I don't know why I just love them so. I really need some flirty gloves if I am expected to actually clean the house! hee hee

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  44. Hmmm.. My mom had a cream apron with green flowers on it while I was growing up. It just brings back good memories of meals shared and conversations in the kitchen with my mom. The last time I saw that apron it was threadbare and holey. It got a lot of good use!

    gitrecca (at) gmail (dot) com

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  45. LOVE those!!!! No apron memories, but I do dream of wearing an apron and a frilly 50s style dress every day. A girl can dream, right?
    give_me_a_latte at yahoo

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  46. no apron memory count me in...thanks...mrs.mommyyatgmaildotcom

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  47. I have always wanted a pair of these. I thought about making them but that just went onto my "to do" list.
    APRON MEMORY: My great grandmother, Granny, always wore an apron, ALWAYS. Most of my memories of her are in the kitchen with a apron wrapped around her big belly (for some reason she was skinny all over except her round belly). Her love of aprons inspired my collection of vintage aprons. I wish that I had been able to get one of hers but they were in Oregon at the time of her passing.

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  48. My Granny would wear an apron when she was making her homemade biscuits. They were to die for!

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  49. Oh good heavens. Those were made for moi.
    What a fun site you have my dear. I'm happy to have found you!

    My favorite apron memory is that of my grandmothers. We traveled to W VA. each year and no matter what time we arrived; grandmother was in the kitchen with her apron on just putting the meal on the table.
    No matter what time we arrived!

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  50. I am now a stalker. I mean follower.

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  51. So cute! I never really wore aprons, but I've always wanted to start after watching countless episodes of I Love Lucy - she always had such girly aprons!

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  52. Love the gloves...I am new to sewing and I am in the process of making aprons for gifts this year and a pair of these gloves would be a great addition. Growing up my great grandma always wore an apron when she baked and I hope to have a few aprons of my own soon. I just found your site today and wish that I had found it earlier to participate in the apron swap, maybe next time.

    beecrafty@yahoo.com

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  53. Love the gloves...I am new to sewing and I am in the process of making aprons for gifts this year and a pair of these gloves would be a great addition. Growing up my great grandma always wore an apron when she baked and I hope to have a few aprons of my own soon. I just found your site today and wish that I had found it earlier to participate in the apron swap, maybe next time.

    beecrafty@yahoo.com

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  54. I want to get matching aprons for my daughter and I and start a tradition of baking christmas cookies together like my mom and I did.

    elkmeese at yahoo dot com

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  55. Those are adorable. I've been looking for a cute pair of gloves.

    My grandmother made me an apron when I went away for college and I still use it to this day. It is so cute.

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  56. love those gloves!
    Mydaughter loves to help cook and wants a apron so bad.

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  57. awww...too cute!!!
    i remember my grandmother always having her apron on.
    thanks,
    djohnson@catcrew.com

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  58. I remember my Grandma always wore a orange yellow apron. She wore it daily. Just thinking about that makes me miss her even more. Thanks for a chance to win.

    actsm(AT)hotmail(DOT)com

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  59. It isn't exactly a apron memory, but a smock one. (Or old mens shirts turned backwards) When the smocks came out it meant paint or clay , creative time! I love putting on an apron now when I create stuff, usually int he kitchen, but still, love it. thanks for a chance.

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  60. I do not have a single memory of anyone wearing an apron. My aunt may have, but I really can't be sure. I'd love to start that though for my girls, what a fun memory for them!

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  61. My mom made me a red and white sailboat apron; I used to wear it when I cooked alongside her. Now my daughter wears the same apron when she helps me in the kitchen. :)
    Megret
    musesofmegret (at) gmail (dot) com

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  62. these gloves would totally make cleaning the toilet not so bad! what an awesome idea!!!!! my favorite apron memory is of the peppermint drops that were magically always present in my gramma's big wraparound aprons!
    please toss my name in the hat for this awesome giveaway! good luck everyone and be sure to check in at the lost world for my giveaway too!

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  63. I don't have any apron memories. But my toddler loves to help me cook, so I'm hoping the kitchen will hold many great memories for us in the future.

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  64. These are so cute! My apron memory - my mom only wore hers when she was baking. So, everytime she put it on, I knew she was making something nummy!!!

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  65. i subscribed to you via my google reader with the email kristinemjones at gmail dot com

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  66. my grandma tying an apron on before we would peel apples for apple pie or apple sauce. she could do the whole apple in just one long strip. My girl think it is cool we have the same aprons and Mommy can do it sometime too

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  67. I don't have an apron memory. No women in my life were apron-wearers, but I do think they're cute, and I actually own one. I'd like to get into the habit of wearing mine more often because it IS really cute.

    These gloves are adorable!

    Thank you for this generous giveaway!!

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  68. My mother in law always wears an apron and every time I see them, I think of her! She is a total sweetheart, so it's a good thing! Thanks so much for doing this for us!
    ahiltzy@yahoo(dot)com

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  69. I would love to create memories cooking (and wearing aprons) with my kids!

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  70. As a little girl, I always had my own apron, and helped my mom with all of her baking. At Christmas time, I became a great gingerbread designer. I love thinking back to those days.

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  71. Those gloves are so me! Then again I would wear them just for show! Can't imagine getting them messy!!

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  72. I don't have any apron memories - but someday I'd like to have matching aprons for me and my oldest daughter, who loves working in the kitchen with mom.

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  73. These are the cutest things I think I've ever seen. I wonder if my sis-in-law would like a pair for Christmas? Too cute! My apron memories are from Christmas eve which was the one night that she actually wore one. It was red and green (fitting, eh?)
    jackieksheaffer(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  74. PS I subscribed to your blog :) Cheers!
    jackieksheaffer(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  75. Those are so cool! Might actually inspire me to WANT to clean!

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  76. How cute. Would I keep them or give them to my sister? Hmmm.

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  77. I love those gloves.. My favorite apron memory is the one we made my father wear one Christmas...it was pink and frilly and just perty...

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  78. my mom has had the same apron for like 20 years. we have bought her new ones, but she still wears the old, ratty, faded one!

    snkjohnson at gmail dot com

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  79. a favorite memory for me is making peanut butter cookies with my grandma and smooshing them for the fork pattern on the edges...and then putting the fork to rest in her front apron pocket--so long ago but seems like yesterday!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  80. My favorite memory is putting on our aprons together ( my mom and me)to make treats together in the kitchen as s child.

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  81. i used to have this raggedy ann apron when i was little and i loved it sooooo much. i wonder where it went now...i probably wore it out from using it way too much!

    fertawert AT yahoo DOT com

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  83. I don't know anyone with an apron, so no memory..but would love to find one to match these gloves .

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  84. I remember when I used to help my mom bake I would dig out the apron out of the bottom of the towel drawer, and I felt so grown up wearing it!
    I love those gloves! I would love to win! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  85. Now I can be like Kim and Aggie!
    Elaine
    bells6ATbellsouthDOTnet

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  86. Those are adorable. I remember my grandmother wearing cute aprons, and I would like to look cute in the kitchen too. Thanks for the giveaway!

    zarache AT aol DOT com

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  87. How fantastic! Thank you for this giveaway; I hope I win :)
    eyeslikesugar (at) gmail (dot) com

    When I was 16, I was able to go to Europe for a month. While there, I picked up a Hungarian kekfestes (http://www.lmntl.com/kekfestes.html) apron. I still have it hanging in my kitchen. It's my most treasured apron :)

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  88. My great aunt, who was a fabulous cook and hostess, died about 10 years ago. I got to hold on to some of her aprons (which were in very good shape!) and I love to wear them and think of her.

    ignoramoose (at) gmail (dot) com

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  89. I loved my dad's Watch out McDonalds Apron

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  90. I have an apron that my grandma made me, but she didn't finish it because she didn't know how it would fit me around the neck. Like, aren't they basically the same size at top?

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  91. These are too cute. I think about I Love Lucy when I think about aprons or Aunt Jamima.
    Thanks!
    ericbrooks75 AT yahoo DOT com

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  92. The only time I saw someone wearing an apron (other then the school cooks), was on tv! So tv moms are my fav apron memory :)

    anastasia[at]medaimafia.org

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  93. My mom always had lots of aprons and I remember getting to put on the "grown up" aprons and then my mom, sister, and I would make shortbread together for what seemed like hours every christmas time. (Since the recipe calls for 40 minutes of kneading, and little arms don't knead well, its entirely possible that it was hours lol)

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  94. I remember on Sunday mornings when my parents made a special breakfast they would wear their aprons so as not to mess up their Sunday clothes for church. They had their aprons in a special closet in the kitchen and it was so exciting to be the one who was asked to go and get their aprons from their special hook. My dad always let us tie his apron for him too. It's just a simple memory but it has definitely stuck with me over time as a special memory.
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
    Elizabeth

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  95. I'm following you now too.
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
    Elizabeth

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  96. Cute gloves! I remember that my mother used to wear an apron when she was cooking. I used to own an apron, but it's been lost.
    -Terra
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  97. I remember one Thanksgiving, my mother made a pumpkin pie, and my sister stole it and fed it to me with a fork, and we were laughing and laughing when Mom caught us!

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  98. My mom has had the same apron for as long as I could remember. When I was younger the first time I was taught to wash dishes, she placed her apron on me. I remember how proud I was as she tied the strings behind me...
    Well, needless to say, I broke the second dish I washed. But even now, sometimes, I really enjoy doing the dishes.
    the_outsider01AThotmailDOTcom

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  99. Wow they look great. I'm in for the give away!

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  100. Those gloves are so clever. Maybe I'd actually clean the bathroom if I had those!
    My apron memory is of my mother. She always wore the same nasty, ratty, big, apron over her fancy dress on Sunday mornings before church. That was the only time she wore that one because it was ugly but it covered up nearly everything! Man can I relate to that now!

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  101. My favorite apron memory from childhood is going to my grandmother's house. She only had one apron and would let me wear it when we cooked together. I wish I could find that apron.

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  102. I had a little Holly Hobbie Apron that I just loved. I saved it and eventually gave it to my stepdaughter when she was little.

    purehrt555(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  103. These are adorable. I don't have an apron memory because I never knew anyone who wore an apron when I was young. I do however, absolutely love them now. I have an apron for every Holiday. I love letting my girls put one on and bake with me!

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  104. These are so cute. I don't have an apron story to share. My mom never had an apron and I haven't gotten one yer, but I have been looking at so many cute ones. I just can't decide.

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  105. One of my favorite things is an apron my sister-in-law made me with my nephew's hand prints on it.

    rlgrady [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  106. I don't have an apron memory from childhood but I want to be an apron Mama now. I have a little apron for my son and it is so super cute when he puts it on to help me in the kitchen!

    onlycancan at hotmail dot com

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  107. I totally want to clean now!

    bootyemo@yahoo.com

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  108. I don't have a memory of an apron and I don't currently own one. I am ashamed and want to change that! I want my kids to remember me always baking with the cutest apron on ever ;)

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  109. I don't have any memories of aprons but I'm longing to make some. I just got my first place & I love to cook so I'm hoping those will be built over time :)

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  110. hmm, my favorite apron memory involves my friend Amanda and I. We bought matching William sonoma aprons and went strawberry picking then to her house for hours of cooking with Strawberries, we had sooo much fun!

    khill8@gmail.com

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  111. My favorite apron was a yellow and red one of my grandmother's. She just passed away last Christmas.

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  112. Those match my apron perfectly! I so want them lol. I'd love for my kids to remember me wearing my very sassy apron, and having a tissue or a pen that they happen to need right then. :) Plus, I think aprons make you look so motherly hehe.

    adashofsassitude(at)gmail.com

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  113. I love the gloves. I don't have an apron memory, but would love to get one for my daughter so she can have some of those memories.
    joyfulnoise4him@yahoo.com

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  114. No one in my family ever wore aprons. I plan on changing that. My husband is the main cook, but I do some baking and wash all the dishes.

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  115. No one in my house wore aprons growing up. I only have a son, but he loves to cook with me, so I would love to make him an apron of his very own. Something fun that he will enjoy wearing. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Angela
    itsahumanzoo(at)gmail(dot)com
    P.S. I’m giving away a subscription to Parents Magazine on my blog, so if you or someone you know might be interested, stop on by! :)

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  116. No one ever wore aprons growing up but I think that I might start. I love the gloves they are so cute. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Nina
    NinaGonzalez(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  117. After my grandma died (I was about 8), one thing I got of hers was this wonderful Christmas gingerbread apron, which I absolutely loved. I still do to this day. Everytime I would cook growing up, it'd make me think of her. Thanks for the chance.

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  118. My mom always wore her favorite apron when she made apple pie.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  119. I had a apron as a little girl that had a mud-pie recipe on it. I would go outside and follow it to the T!

    I love these gloves. My MIL would LOVE them too.

    djodb5 at yahoo dot com

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  120. I remember my mom received a Christmas apron made out of two oval placemats sewn together, with ribbon for the neck and waist ties.

    She never wore it, but I thought I wasn't able to cook without it!

    I LOVE your gloves!

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  121. Such cute gloves!!! My favorite apron memory is still a current one. My grandma wears her wrap around apron everytime she cooks and it has always smelled like her perfume, no matter how often it's washed!

    Thanks,
    Angie

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  122. I remember my mom wearing an apron when she cooked. If I remember right, it was a blue and green 70's print. Maybe she still has it,
    I'll have to check! My dad had an apron too. I can picture it, but it's kind of hard to describe. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

    charlotte(dot)evard(at)comcast(dot)net

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  123. I remember my mom had this cute apron and I wanted one too, that year for Xmas I got my own child size apron :D

    mommyhoodisthankless{T}gmail.com

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  124. I am a subscriber!

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

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  125. i remember i used to have this apron that looked like Dorothy's dress from the wizard of oz.

    texan_michael(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  126. My mom made me an apron for yard sales. I can put my money in the pockets and not worry about losing it!

    daniwilliams30 AT gmail DOT com

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  127. M mom made me and my two kids matching aprons, they to wear them while they help me cook.

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  128. My fav memory is when I would spend the day at grandmas and she would let me play forever after finishing washing the dishes.. I got to blow bubbles with the soapy water and just have fun playing with the suds.

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  129. I remember being with my Nanny in her kitchen and her pulling out an apron for me to wear. It was an old apron that her mother had made. It is so special to me still, now that my daughter has it.

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  130. I loved when I was a kid and my mom would let me wear her apron when I would "help" her in the kitchen. I always felt so grown up.

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  131. I've never heard of such a thing. I love them. I'll just need a matching apron and I'm set.

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  132. this will make cleaning a bit more fun :)

    Great giveaway! I just love blog hopping!

    I hope i'm the lucky winner :)

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  133. no one in my family ever wore aprons but I remember all the women cooking at family get togethers. These gloves would fit right in. Maybe i will start my own memories.

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  134. I love these gloves, they are adorable! My apron reminder is my mom wearing her red and white apron during the holidays when she did tons of cooking! I hope I win! thanks!

    stacygibbs122@gmail.com

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  135. Those gloves are delicious! Can gloves be delicious? Well..I think these are! I collect aprons so I love finding them at flea markets and sales..my daughter and I imagine the stories they could tell...we imagine the moms and grandmas that wore them...I hope she will always want to share this with me!

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  136. Oh I love these! Hope I win!

    shellqc(at)tds(dot)net

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  137. My grandma in the kitchen with her cute homemade apron making turkey dinner.
    That is my fondest memory.
    jen62728@aol.com

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  138. My grandma ALWAYS wore an apron and I have a few of hers now. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  139. These are soooo cute! My aunt (who was like a mother to me) passed away last Christmas and when we were cleaning out her apartment my Mom found her apron with coffee pictures on it that I always loved. It hangs in my kitchen now :)

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  140. Well..my great grandma was so sweet..we used to visit her house and she would always send us home with her baked goodies. A few years ago she got alzheimers and passed away. I was lucky enough to end up with her beloved vintage Apron...it is the only thing I have to remember her and I am very thankful for it :-)


    amitymatthia[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  141. I remeber my grandmother always g an apron when she cooked.
    Thanks :)
    Theresa N
    weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  142. WHAT AMAZING FLIRTY GLOVES! I've ALWAYS wanted a pair of fancy little gloves like this for my work! I am excited about this give away!!

    Cassidy

    AThankfulMommy@aol.com
    www.thankfulmommy.com

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  143. This is so cute.. My mom never wore an apron..but I'm definately starting the trend..have messed up so many clothes with fatty marks from cooking.

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  144. These are the greatest gloves ever! Has a winner been drawn?

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