Aprons, Aprons Everywhere!

I saw at the Apron Goddess that she was having an apron show-off festival and I knew that I had to join in! (Come join the fun!)

So, this is me and my most favourite apron ever:


Yes, it is my moose apron. I love it. Where did I find such a thing? After a trip to Victoria, my mum was waiting for a delayed flight at the airport. Well, what does one do when they’re waiting at the airport? Apparently, my mum spent her time looking through the shops. It was time well spent as she found this apron. She knew that I love moose and that I love cooking, so what else is better than a moose apron?

Do you have a favourite apron?



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7 responses to “Aprons, Aprons Everywhere!

  1. Hi Bean,

    Thanks for joining in today! You are looking sassy in your apron too. Black moose on red fabric is a good thing And your Mum did good by you. 🙂

    And I love that cabinet behind you too.

  2. Stopping by to give a little blog ♥ and thank you for visiting me!

    LOVE the apron!

  3. Cool apron! And, like Julia, I love that cabinet, too … I’d have fun filling it up with lots of treasures LOL! Nice to “meet” you.

  4. Very nice apron. Mooses are awesome especially on the red background.

    The only apron we own is actually one my husband sewed in highschool. It’s got peppers on it.

  5. Chère

    I don’t even have 1 apron! I just realized that! Must be remedied…I’ll have to find a super cute one somewhere 🙂

  6. Ohh, very nice Bean! I don’t know if I have a favourite apron … mine mostly get all painty and clay-esque.

  7. How cute lady!! 🙂 I love it. So Canadian and I am so proud!

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