I love cookie cutters, so it kinda kills me to sell this vintage aluminum one depicting a cowboy — or a soldier. The guns say “cowboy”, but the hat says, well, I’m not sure what… In any case, it’s no wonder folks can’t catch the gingerbread man — he’s packin’ heat! Another pic here. Keep up with more of what we sell here and here.
Vintage ads for Jack Sprat Foods from The Way To His Heart “A Cookbook with a Personality”, copyright 1941, Priscilla Wayne Sprague, published by Western Grocer Company.
Kitschy vintage salt and pepper shakers, souvenirs from Gooseberry Falls. One in the shape of a safe, the other a golden moneybag, it may have some political statement when the rise of tourism in the 1920s created a concern that the area would be accessible only to the rich.
An orange Animal House Monkey Peeler.
Make cookies using Pac Man Cookie Cutters!
I can’t imagine a dachshund-lover would find this kitschy vintage salt and pepper shaker charming…
It’s not the dog’s hat, or the tie on his tail;
butt but the fact that you cut the dog in half to use a shaker!
Hubby and I always joke that one day we’ll collect the giant forks and spoons that hang on the walls… It was such a kitschy fad! Not even Sophia can sex up this kitsch. Via.
What could be odder than a vintage “apron” for your soda pop bottles? One that bears both the Pepsi and Coke names — as well as 7-Up and Dr. Pepper. Via.