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Have you entered my little competition yet? If you haven’t got any ideas for me on how to use my weird and wonderful glass thingummy, you can just leave a comment here
You stand quite a good chance of winning one of my little reindeer storage tubs as only 13 have entered so far – an unlucky number so come and add your name to the hat.
As the season of goodwill approaches I’ve decided to do a little giveaway competition for my regular readers and anybody else who cares to enter. However, as I have Scrooge like tendencies, I thought I’d make you work a little bit for the prize which is one of my little fabric storage tubs in holiday mood, a Reindeer Tubby, just like this
What do you have to do to win this useful little piece of eye candy for your home this festive season? Simple, you just have to come up with an idea for a use for one of my more obscure vintage finds so that Mr. Tialys doesn’t make me put it in the bin.
It is an old insulator from a telegraph pole in France. I have lusted after ones from the U.S. before on Etsy but, because they are heavy, the shipping was a bit of a deterrant. However, the ones I’ve seen are around the size that you would stand a tea-light in whereas this one is massive. I had to buy it though as the glass is a lovely turquoise colour, it is free standing, it is a great shape and because it was very cheap.
Any ideas? Standing on it’s rounded end, it measures 7 inches high and the bowl shape that is on top is 6.5 inches in diameter. The glass is very thick and the whole thing is heavy.
Please save the object from a shattering end by suggesting a good use for it and win one of my fabulous fabric tubbies at the same time.
You have until 5th December to make a suggestion or even just a comment will do if you can’t think of anything – that’s how festively generous I’m feeling. On the 6th December the winner will be selected the old fashioned way with all entries being put in a hat and one name pulled out by a disinterested party (i.e. any one of my family!). All welcome – I will ship the prize worldwide.