UPDATE: The giveaway is closed. Scroll to the bottom to see the lucky winner.
Is there anything more fabulous than a vintage and sparkly object hovering above your chest at the holiday season? I think not. Anyone near or dear to me knows that in order to make my Christmas Merry, he/she can put a vintage brooch in my stocking. Here's a sampling of my favorites:
When I found the Ice Follies girl in a dark, dank garage in NE Portland, I squealed. Out loud. The festivist of the festive!
Sequined hand made Christmas trees...
Made by somebody's grandma who stitched and beaded and sequined until her fingers bled. And they usually cost a dime.
Just for kicks and giggles, One Gal's Trash is offering a gift to freshvintage readers. Leave a comment on this post below and let Colleen know which one is your favorite and why. I'll pick a comment and send the lucky winner the brooch of her choice.
Awesome - thanks, Pam! I don't know about you, but I'm partial to the aqua sequined Christmas tree in the last photo. As long as it doesn't have any of grandma's blood on it.
The giveaway ends on Wednesday, December 14th at 12pm EST, and we'll announce the winner on Thursday. Be sure to visit Pam's entertaining blog and facebook page. Also, become a fan of Plucky Maidens Junk Fest to stay updated on their fabulously fun vintage sales.
UPDATE: Congratulations to Katie Mullaly for winning the Snowman brooch! Referring to Pam as a badass really warmed her heart.