Thursday, April 29, 2010

Now You See Me...Now You Don't

Camouflage Courtesy of Merriam Webster Online
Main Entry: 1cam·ou·flage
Pronunciation: \ˈka-mə-ˌfläzh, -ˌfläj\
Function: noun
Etymology: French, from camoufler to disguise
Date: 1917

1 : the disguising especially of military equipment or installations with paint, nets, or foliage; also : the disguise so applied
2 a : concealment by means of disguise b : behavior or artifice designed to deceive or hide

Alright so now that we're all caught up on our daily etymological adventures, let's take a look at some of our Spring Sale items and the wide variety of environments into which they will let you blend.

Chelsea can't see us; ergo we cannot see her.

Yes this is the second year in a row I've made some one from the Yard Sale Department get in an E-Crate.

Also, for our readers from last year, I did not make Glittersnake get in an E-Crate; he crawled in on his own

Burgundy Berber Angel

Forever Plaid

I'm still not sure if Chelsea was even in this picture or if she just threw the leaf-suit on the hedge-row.

Also, we've included this fun activity you can do at home. We reccommend printing six of these and finding five friends and making sort of a bingo arrangement.

Alternatively you could get it super blown up at a copy shop and play a uber-game of twister. It's good for rainy days or when it's so windy that you can't work properly on your yard sale because all of your racks will blow over so have to spend the whole day locked in a corrugated metal shack. ...I mean...yeah... it's good in any of a variety of ambiguous situations none of which apply to me or my department.

xo for serious,

Erica

P.S. We were actually very productive today. In case any one is having an issue.

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