Dec 30, 2012

BOAF Gold Santa

Greetings!  I had quite a few emails about obtaining the Gold Santa chart - this guy - and I wanted to post that there is a listing on EBay for 6 of them.  Please excuse the blatant URL show ~ I have a cold and pounding head so I don't feel like doing the HTML.  Several have come up recently and most sold for around $10.  This is a Buy it Now (6 available - 1 sold) for $14.99 but she is accepting offers too.
 I finished Sophia but haven't uploaded the photo yet so I will show you what I found at the antique mall instead.  It's a vegetable slicer.
The label on the back is the Home Vegetable Slicer Pat. Feb 22, 1898.
Neat huh?
 Homespun Samplar is having a 20% off chart sale so naturally I loaded up on R&R Reproductions' fabulous marking samplers for dirt cheap.  I bought a dozen!  Most of them must have been the last one since I don't see many of them still listed.  I have another very primitive R & R to start - Susannah French - until I decide on a larger piece.  Sophia is hanging on the side of my cupboard with Mary Oldfield.  Today anyway.
And of course, I have to mention the snow.   You can see the trails in the yard.  They're paths made with the snow blower so the cats can run around since the snow is too high for them.  They chase each other like it's a race track.  You can also see their condos.  And what's left of the buried wheelbarrow and greens.
That's all I have.  Just wanted to let you know about Gold Santa.  My head is pounding on my teeth and I may get snarky if I continue.
We wouldn't want that.  I got a shorter hair cut and once again my wild wire looks like a poisonous mushroom.  Making snarky faces right now just adds to the look.

 STAY SAFE - Best wishes for 2013.


Vickie said...

A snowy, cat race track! Way to cool! Take care of that headache now.♥

Ann said...

Marly, I sure hope your head stops pounding - maybe weather related? I just bought some new charts too - the Prairie Schooler Santas. Your feather tree inspired me to stitch them. ~Ann

Glenna said...

Feel better soon! The cat race track is the most hilarious thing I've seen today!

Nicole May said...

I hope your head feels better soon. The cat racetrack is so funny. I just used my gift certificate to get some goodies, can't wait till they get here!Hope you have a Happy New Year :)

Rugs and Pugs said...

Marly ~
I hope you are feeling better.
Happy New Year!
Hugs :)

Jackie said...

I hope you feel much better soon. It's no fun when your teeth hurt from a cold. Happy New Year!

Barb said...

Sure hope you feel better soon. I've been fighting with crud for a week now! No fun! When I feel too bad to stitch, I know I'm in trouble!

Carole said...

Love the vegetable slicer.....far cry from the one in my kitchen (which I got for Christmas a few years ago)......I'm not allowed to use it though....only my husband....tells you what kind of a klutz I am! Thanks for the heads-up
on the birds of a Feather Santa!

butterfly said...

Nice gold santa.
I love to watch pets in the snow.
Hope you are feeling better today.
Happy New Year.

Barb said...

Hi Marly, No snow here in the UK just rain ,rain and more rain. I have never known so much rain, I suppose it is better than snow but snow is prettier.
Hope you are feeling better soon and I wish you and yours a very Happy and Healthy tropical moment free 2013.

Chris said...

Feel better soon Marly. You can send the snow to me.
I love your Santa.
Wishing you a wonderful 2013!

Margaret said...

Feel better, Marly. Love that veggie slicer -- what fun! lol about the cats in the pathways!

Judy said...

Hope you feel better soon. We have only a dusting of snow--fine for me! Love the idea of the snow free cat playground! Thanks for new pear design! Very nice.

Happy New Year

Judy heartland stitcher

Sherry said...

I would love to see the cats racing around that snowy track! Love your veggie cutter! The Gold Santa is so cute! Happy New Year!

Krista said...

Hope you are feeling better soon! Happy New Year, Marly!

Nan ~ Threadwork Primitives said...

Hey Marly, Just had a chance to read this post. So funny, I have the same veggie slicer hanging in my kitchen. Got it years ago when I was out antiquing. Love it. Feel better sweetie. ~Nan

Suzanne said...

Wow, I can't believe the price of the gold santa. I just paid about $2.50 each for the other three santas.

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