Giveaway :: Betsy Olmsted print & repeat design

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

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Have we discussed my absolute love for kitchen towels? I’m sure we have but we simply cannot end our month long foray into “The Good Life” without addressing the issue. See, I have a bit of a kitchen towel conundrum. When I find ones that I love, I must have them. (No, this is not the problem.) My issue is not wanting to actually use my favorites. Once they get used in the kitchen, they get stained and frayed and discolored and, well, used. Yet I don’t want ugly (just for use) kitchen towels, either. Hence, the conundrum. I have decided that perhaps I just need to allow myself a kitchen towel allowance and keep a steady supply of favorites on hand. Problem solved.

Betsy Olmsted print & repeat design has become a new go-to for my kitchen towel craze. Not only are my top two needs met (function and form), these beauties are works of art all on their own. I had an immediate visceral reaction to the My Neighbor’s Yard Towel as well as the Living in Lace Hand Towel. And by visceral, I mean I wanted to wash my hands immediately so that I would have a reason to purchase them. They would then live in plain sight in my kitchen and I would probably not let anyone touch them. Sigh. This is my “Good Life”, people. It’s pretty and happy here and Betsy Omsted print & repeat design is a big part of that.

Betsy Olmsted print & repeat design is giving away one My Neighbor’s Yard Towel and one Critter Comfort Hand Towel to two winners (one towel each)! To enter to win, please answer the following question by Tuesday, August 7th. Comments now closed…good luck!

What kitchen utensil could you absolutely not live without?

Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, July 13th, to see if you’ve won!

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  1. 51
    Rebekah says:

    potholders – whenever i don’t use them, i tend to get burned 🙁

  2. 52
    Cathy F. says:

    My apple corer/slicer. Perfect for apples and peanut butter!

  3. 53
    dalia says:

    chopsticks, you can multi task with them 🙂

  4. 54
    AmandaK says:

    My oven thermometer – my oven ranges about 100 degrees in temperature every time, I’d never be able to bake a single thing without something me what the dial won’t!

  5. 55
    Morgan says:

    My pizza wheel. My cooking skills extend as far as the frozen pizza, and I eat them often. But using my official-looking KitchenAid pizza wheel makes me feel like I participated in the preparation – and keeps the cheese from being drug off the just-baked pizza. It’s the small things…