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March 5, 2011

The Vintage Tupperware Home Party Way

By RetroRuth

Since I just posted about fun extras found in thrifted treasures, I decided I had to show off this cute pamphlet I found recently in a vintage cookbook .

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I have serious lust for those curtains.

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“Oh my God, check out this new Tupperware!”


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I NEED that All-in-One.

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Say it with me now, in your best sci-fi announcer voice….

“The Material Of The Future!”

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I think I ate applesauce out of those exact sauce dishes at my babysitter’s house!

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And those Bell Tumblers look awfully familiar…

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Has anyone ever used or seen the things from the last row???

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And, of course, we would be lost without the famous “Tupper Seals” demonstration!

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4 Responses to The Vintage Tupperware Home Party Way

  1. Queen of Fifty Cents Reply

    March 5, 2011 at 9:12 am

    My fave has to be the place card thingy that holds cigarettes and matches for formal occasions, or candy ciggies for a children’s party. Not sure which disturbs me more…giving kids candy cigarettes or Tupperware at a formal occasion!

  2. Pat Reply

    March 5, 2011 at 1:06 pm

    I love Tupperware’s quality. I have a piece that’s 35 years old and still seals beautifully. Also, those home parties were a way for women in the Fifties to make some money outside the home. My mother had six kids but was able to be a demonstrator for parties in the evenings and other times when my dad was home. Added income/household items we needed.

  3. Sara in AZ Reply

    March 5, 2011 at 2:57 pm

    What a great pamphlet Ruth! I’m pretty sure my Mom had a lot of this stuff when I was a kid. Tupperware is the best!

    PS – I love those curtains too! 🙂

  4. sablemable Reply

    March 7, 2011 at 9:07 am

    Good ol’ Tupperware parties! I always enjoyed attending them and would buy pieces that Mom needed. Now I have those pieces. Thanks, Mommy in heaven!

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