An Olympics treasury seems like a pretty straightforward idea this Thursday, but it’s actually a little harder than I’d hoped. Everyone with anything for sale that is USA, red-white-and-blue, rings, Olympic ring colored, related to an Olympic sport, or slightly British has added the word “Olympic” to their listing. Good marketing on their part, but it makes searching for good little finds a lot more difficult.

Here are some of my favorite!

1. Art Print Limited Edition Olympic Swimmer by pinetreeart; 2. Olympic Colored Rings iPhone 4S CaseUncommon by HomeDecorPhotos; 3. 20 Mini Vintage 1980’s Plastic Toys Mixed Olympic Sport by nuchyk; 4. Olympic Rings Silver Necklace London 2012 handmade by melissawuest; 5. Summer Olympics Dog Bandanas featuring Dog Tugging by doggydesign; 6. 1950s Vintage Olympic Sport Athletic Shorts L Yellow Red by hilwa.

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7 responses to “Loving the Olympics”

  1. Brandy says:

    Did everyone notice how Ann G Myma disappears when challenged? Spineless one who calls Field a House Negro and tells everyone this is their opportunity to get back at FOX NEWS for its racism against AAs. Yet she is nowhere to be found. Typical Neh.o.r.wgen challenged, they can't be found. No guts.

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  7. I nearly missed this post! Phew! I’ve just been reading about Sharyn, over at the Kale Chronicles adventures with th ecracker challenge, and I’ve neve rmade them before, but now I DEFINITELY want to. I like the sound of your seedy carckers – poppy and sesame are favourites of mine. Thank you

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