Friday, 13 January 2012

My vintage gals!! AND A GIVEAWAY! ;-)


Before Christmas, I was tidying my bookshelves when this caught my eye.

'Hmmm...puppets', I thought...and then I put the idea on the back burner.





Until today.

I have quite a few vintage fairs lined up for this year

and I thought I'd make a few cheerful things for the children who

come along ... starting with some colourful hand puppets!




So...enter...my first two vintage gals...Poppy and Polly!






Well, they've gone forth and multiplied!



Now we are six....!




So all we need now are some more names!

And that's where you come in!

Thus...to win my giveaway, just comment on this blog post with

a few ideas for names for my 'vintage gal' puppets!



Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!

;-)

19 comments:

LissyLou said...

They are cute sal! I am liking old fashioned names at the mo like Martha, Harriet and Audrey x x

The Weaver of Grass said...

You are so clever Sal. I would try and stick to names beginning with P I think.

So now to try and think of six!!

The Weaver of Grass said...

How about Posy, Poppy, Polly, Pansy, Pippa and Peg?

If they sell well then you could go on to a slightly different design,material or something and come up with names beginning with another letter. If they really take off and you become a world supplier (you never know!) then it will make your filing system so easy.

e.g. Baby, Beth, Bella, Bunty, Bobby and Boo.

KC'sCourt! said...

The are really lovely
How about Pheobe and Daisy (names we would have chosen if we had girls or Looby-Loo (Shows my age!!)
Jule xxxxxx

Anonymous said...

Darn it!
I was going to suggest:
Poppy
Polly
Portia
Posy
Pauline

and
Jervais

Down by the sea said...

They are adorable,how about naming them after flowers Violet,Rose,Daisy.

VintageVicki said...

Was thinking old fashioned too - Edie, Ethel, Mabel, Maud that sort of thing.

Lovely idea - am sure they'll be popular.

Carol said...

Well if one isn't called Sal that would be a travesty!
So ........ Sylvie, Sandy, Sheila, Susie, Sophie and Sal.

They are FABULOUS!

Carol xx

Carol said...

I do realise you now need to make two more.............

Carol xx

Twiggy said...

Maisie, Violet, Iris and Gladys :) If Twiglet had been a girl he would have been Violet Iris !
Twiggy x

veronica said...

Is it "great minds" that we are all going for the old names? They are very popular again. Love the puppets. Veronica.

Mantha said...

Ooh love the puppets sal .. i was thinking
Sal - obviously .. :)
Poppy
Posy
Rose
Rosie
Daisy
Petunia
SweetPea
Bell
Lizzy
Lily
Fern
Holly
Laurel
Jasmine
...think thats it lol
Have a great evening :)
Mantha xx

Simone said...

I think it would be fun if they had the names of some of the old comics such as Bunty, Judy, Jackie, Mandy etc! x

Pooh's Abode said...

Love them and really think they will sell well:

Holly
Dotty
Molly
and Rosy

Thefabricofmylife said...

Maybe you should name them after a few 'vintage' gals you know. Off the top of my head I can think of Amanda, Lizzie, Clare, Sue, Nikki, Cecile, Ros, Jayne, Michele, Woo, Hen, Trixie, Lesley,Viv, Katie, Sal, oh and I hear there's one called Donna ;-)

Annie xx TheFeltFairy said...

ESTHE AND PEARL X

Sarah said...

I love them!
Em - how about Mary-Lou, Florence or Bunty (for the yellow haired ones!)

Kelly said...

They look great! I'm with the old fashioned names too Iris, Ada, Florence, Elsie and Sophie's middle name Agnes!

Shirl said...

How about Amelia, Daisy or perhaps Maisie? ... :0)