Everybody remembers Mom's or Grandma's aprons. Some were utilitarian cotton half aprons or smocks in pretty colors or prints. Some were used only for special occasions in holiday motifs or fabics of organza or satin. Any vintage film of the 30-40-50's show any respectable woman wearing a dainty apron in the kitchen or as the hostess. We cannot forget June Cleaver with her fashionable kitchen ensemble. There was even one with matching oven mitt and dishtowel. With the advent of women's lib in the 70's the lowly apron represented women's servitude, those apron strings, those ties that bind, and they were cut. Fast forward 30 years, and many stained frocks later, the apron has found new popularity and uses. There is a new Apronation(C) on the horizon. Whether new or vintage the apron is not seen as being only utilitarian, but expresses our personality, our unique apronature(C). Apron's are not only worn in the kitchen, but in the garden and craft room, on the sales floor, and even as fashion accessories. Look below and choose your apron.

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Campbell's Inspiration

As on my Brown Gingham Creation Blog today's post is inspired by the chilly Autumn weather finally coming  Wait til you see what I found in the bottom og a box of apron's I purchased..................................

vintage 1930-40's Campbell's Kids apron ready material!
And, a new Campbell's  Recipe Book.....not in the same box.


I attached a vintage red and white plastic button to the waistband so you could keep a
potholder or wooden spoon close.

put em together and it's MMMMMM good as a set.
Perfect for the Campbell's Collector or as a gift for a birthday, shower, or housewarming.
Leave a comment for mor mfo.
Oh! and don't forget to visit my BGC Blogspot for the Rednesday Wednesday Party.
There are free vintage Campbell ads to copy and print for you own use.


6 comments:

  1. Very cute apron! I just picked up two vintage aprons at a barn sale. They were just too appealing hanging there for $.50 each! Thanks for visiting my blog! Following you Google+.

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  2. That's amazing, Melody. You have the best thrift stores.

    Oh, by the way, I think your package came. I had a note in my mail this morning, so it's probably in the office. I'll get it later today, and let you know. Oooo...I'm excited! :)

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  3. These are so darling, I found you last night from a reference from Susie's Tie One On. Signed on to follow by email. Aren't aprons the most fun?

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  4. That Campbells apron is so cute, the Campbells kids were always adorable. It's still so bright. Take care - Dawn @ We Call It Junkin.com

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  5. Love the vintage Campell's apron! Thanks for sharing at TTF!

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  6. How cute this apron is! I just love this blog! I went to find your Brown Gingham Creation Blog and found your link to here! Wonderful!

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