vintage style apron by bella pamellaUpdate: Congrats to Sandie, her number came up on the random number generator and she is the winner of our Bella Pamella apron and snug giveaway. Thanks everyone for playing!  Giveaway mania continues. This week, inspired by Kate — who, despite her fudgetastrophy looked cute as a button in that apron — I remembered how much I loved the farmer’s wife style aprons  by Bella Pamella. I asked that other Pam  if I could buy one from her — she threw in the snug — and yup now it’s time to enter to win a Bella Pamella bib apron and snug.

Above, I’ve shown the Eunice apron in the Kitchen Fruit fabric — but if you win, you can choose the apron and snug set of your choice* –>

vintage style apron

How to enter, now through noon Monday, Oct. 8:

  • Leave a Comment letting us know: What’s cookin’ at YOUR house? You may also tell us which apron you like best, if you are in the mood to loll around the www a while longer. One entry per person.
  • You must be in the U.S.
  • Contest closes at noon, Monday, Oct. 8; Pam will choose a winner by random number generator after the contest closes and then email the winner. Winner must respond within one week. If they do not, she will go to the next person down. Rinse. Repeat.
  • Be sure you enter the correct email address!
  • Pam will post the first name of the winner at the top of this post as soon as they confirm.
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  • *Snugs are not made in all fabrics. Must choose from existing availability.


  1. Deborah says:

    I’m currently not cookin’ up anything….perhaps I need a cute apron as inspiration to get back in the kitchen! 😉

  2. MP says:

    I’ll be making chocolate chip scones later today! Yum! I was just looking at vintage aprons at a flea market over the weekend! Making me wish I would have bought one, even though I didn’t find THE perfect one!

  3. Jacki Anderson says:

    I love these aprons. I have several traditional “half” aprons, but that doesn’t seem to be where I get a mess on me. But I have to say I didn’t have to cook Sunday. Friends invited me over after worship for a delicious meal of bbq ribs, cheesy potatoes, warm bread…. Lovely day! – As for the apron offering, I would love to give it to my daughter, Blythe, who will be graduating from college in December and looking forward to having her own little “abode”! She LOVES vintage and loves making a house, a home.

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