Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Name the Caravan!!

Hello!
Today I am launching my 'Name the Caravan' competition.

Just as a reminder, here is a quickie piccie of my Sprite 400 1970 caravan.





I will let my boys choose their fave caravan name so think 'boy caravan'. I can't see littlest liking anything too girlie if you catch my drift.

The prize is a collection of things I like and that I hope you will like too.





This is a rather kitsch vintage clock and it comes complete with pendulum, key and even its original instruction book.





A collection of vintage haberdashery bits (please note the coordinated colours).
I love this Laura Ashley print and the buttons are my new button card stylie.





Bizzy bunny needs a new home. The kitty's are ganging up on Bizzy and it ain't pretty!
Bizzy is my bunny prototype and she has a cute pink dress and a little brown satchel.

I hope you like the prizes :)

Now, here are the rules.
1, name the caravan.
2, follow my blog
That is all.

Today I have been busy with my Etsy and Folksy shop....god it is time consuming.
I now have to persuade Mr Betty to help me with the links (I am pants at all that guff).
Pop back later and see how far I have got, you may be surprised.

Tonight I will be working on 'stuff'





Thanks for reading. X


Posted using IPad and half my brain.

18 comments:

  1. I already follow your blog and my suggestion for the name is......(brace yourself)......

    Kenneth.

    xx


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  2. Oh dear, I had a quite girlie name ready ... let me think,

    Van Morrison?

    Love, Claire xx

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  3. Erh ! how about Gilbert or Maurice or Bagpuss or Brian or Roger or Mr Bubble or Bernard or ....... heehee
    Lynn xxx

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  4. Boris, Horace but not Doris!!
    Ho ho

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  5. Here it is again, as I was an eager beaver (and read all your blogs)...
    It has to be ETHEL, boys, because...
    'Exceptional Travelling Home Extremely Lovely'
    spells ETHEL! and she is a spritely lady and it means
    noble and don't forget King Ethelred the Unready and
    and and please?
    EExx

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    1. Reginald D Potterley-Smyth. & god, I want that clock!

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  6. Hi...still looking like Maude to me.....still don't know why! Ada :)

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  7. I just fell off my chair and then sent you an email...thats not my name suggestion :) x x x x

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  8. This post made me chuckle soo, Emma!
    I like Scenic or Sedgwick or Bertie....Oh could go on for ever!!
    Thanks for stopping by on mine, please don,t enter me as I have been lucky enough to win your give away already and it was fab!! this was just for the fun of it!! Happy Days......
    Maria x

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  9. Now, if your boys are anything like my boys they would pick something like Willie (my grandads name) or Dickie. Soz...but I reeeeeeally wanna win that there clock.
    fee x

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  10. Well seeing as my suggestion if it was a girl's name was Delilah, maybe it could be Samson?! Rachel x

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  11. When I saw it I thought 'Smith', not sure why but I think it suits it.

    I can't wait to see inside when it's done!

    Nikki x

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  12. Drat someones already used my first suggestion - Bertie (ours is called that) - so I think as he's been in the news so much recently that 'Boris' would be a good name :)

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  13. Thought of a boys name! Brian! Again I haven't a clu why! Maybe it's a Brian who secretly wants to be a Maude!!! Have a good weekend! Ada :)

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  14. How about Samuel ... Sammy or Sam for short .. Sir Samuel Sprite has a ring to it .. don't you think :) ... have a lovely weekend ... Bee xx

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