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.
One Dozen Vintage Jack Sprat Foods Ads
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.
Modern Woman Monday, 1961 Fridge Edition
Salting Away Your Money
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.
Monkeying Around In The Kitsch-en
An orange Animal House Monkey Peeler.
I Love Lucy’s
Feed That Retro Gamer Sweet Tooth
Make cookies using Pac Man Cookie Cutters!
I Can’t Make Heads Or Tails Of This Vintage S&P Set
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!
If you don’t mind half-ing a dog to make your meal more flavorful, you can find this vintage bit of kitsch at Exit 55 Antiques. (No, it is not in our case!)
Not Even Sophia Loren Can Sex Them Up
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.
Vintage Kitschy Cola Cozy
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.