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A Tasha Tudor teacup giveaway. December 18, 2010

Posted by ourfriendben in wit and wisdom.
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Silence Dogood here. As an admirer of the children’s book author and illustrator Tasha Tudor and her authentic 1830s lifestyle, I was thrilled to discover that the Tudor family is giving away an antique pink lustreware teacup to six lucky recipients. Tasha drank her custom-blended Welsh breakfast tea from an antique pink lustreware cup every day. Winners will be able to do the same—or proudly display this memento of a remarkable woman.

To see the cups (each has a different pattern) and register to possibly win your favorite, go the the Rookery Ramblings blog (http://rookeryramblings.blogspot.com/) and leave a comment for Natalie, who works with the Tudor family. Tell her which cup(s) you like best, and make sure you include your e-mail address in the message so she can contact you if you win.

The deadline is December 22, and the competition is piling up! When I left my comment, 65 people had beaten me to it. When I checked the link this morning, there were 378 comments! So if you’re a Tasha fan, I suggest that you take a minute now to click the link and join the fun. Think how thrilling it would be if you won!

             ‘Til next time,

                      Silence 

Disclaimer: These cups were not owned by Tasha Tudor, but have been specially collected in the spirit of Tasha by the family for this giveaway.

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1. Joy - December 19, 2010

Silence I went straight over to that blog and entered! .. thank you so much for the heads up .. but so MANY people have entered it is mind blowing ? LOL
Joy
Fingers crossed for both of us ?? wink wink

Fingers crossed indeed, Joy! Which cup(s) did you choose? I’ll admit, I was pretty daunted when I saw the 65 comments, much less hundreds and hundreds. But what an amazing testament to the ongoing, positive impact Tasha and her lifestyle have had on so many lives! I can’t think when I’ve read so many touching testimonials.


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