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Leave a comment here and tell us how in which time besides today you could see yourself living again)  (70s Flowergirl or more a 20 Charleston Dancer?).

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Comments

  1. Oooooooohhhh I think I’d have to say the 50s the fashion and hairstyles look awesome and think it would be nice to have people wearing stunning dresses rather then short skirts 🙂

  2. Sherrie S. says:

    I always say i was born about 150 years too late. I would have loved to live during the time that people first starting settling the west in the US. I love the simple life and living off the land.

  3. helenec6075 says:

    That’s a difficult one to answer from my tastes in fashion and beautiful things I’d say the early 19th Century, but for the good life, mor the 50s and 60s before we heard that the World is doomed.

  4. ooooh so would love to go back to the eighties knowing what i know now….oh my the things i would do …..the music is still important to me from those times ….oh to be a young adult again …sigh

  5. The 60’s and 70’s were good, either would be fine with me.

  6. Shelly Berg says:

    Loved the 70’s but I’d like to try the 50’s – such simpler times!

  7. Teri Buczkowski says:

    I have often wished I was a teenager in the 50’s

  8. Rita Timmons says:

    20’s flapper would be fun 🙂

  9. I see myself in the 1900’s. I’m a country girl, so I think this would feel like home to me. 🙂

  10. cindy craig says:

    1920’s in Paris…if you haven’t seen the movie by Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris, it is a must see. I don’t usually like sitting down to a movie but I watched this one twice.

  11. Lynn Shaffer says:

    oh I love vintage … but no clue where I would go!

  12. The 1920s had to be one of the most decadent and fun periods to live through (for the middle and upper classes).

  13. without doubt my period is Art Nouveau. i love!! Lea xoxo

  14. I would love to have lived during the time of Scarlett O’Hara – wow, the dresses…and I’m such a jeans and t-shirt kind of girl…but I would love to be all fussed over with gorgeous dresses 😉

  15. Art nouveau/jugendstil period. Without doubt. Designing jewelry, ceramics…

  16. Laurie Guidry says:

    The roaring 20’s seem like such a fun time with the clothing!

  17. Belinda - BeBe says:

    Love, love vintage. I am a mixed media artist and a Flower Girl from the 70’s.

  18. Lela Meinke says:

    victorian era in new york or paris, or 60’s hippie in San Francisco

  19. ginicagle says:

    1880’s – I love all of the details from that time period.

  20. 70s flower girls. awww. Love vintage.

  21. Grisselle R says:

    Place flower girl in the 70

  22. Sylvia Whitesides says:

    I would like to go back to the early 1900’s. Thanks for the giveaway.

  23. 1815 English Regency period

  24. gighaklinky says:

    It would be the 70s for me 🙂

  25. Well, I lived through the sixties and the seventies…..I’d like to try the 1950’s…but only if I could know then what I know now. 🙂

  26. 1920s for sure, love the clothing and jewelry.

  27. I born in 70. Never forget my roots. live in between mountains, rivers, animal. I will never forget my roots. If I could go back and go back to my country and would value more the live there.

  28. I know I’m getting old. Being a child of the 60’s and 70’s was great fun. For a do-over, I think I’d pick the 1940’s.

  29. I’m an Vintage girl. With long dresses and hats and beautiful accessoires.

  30. Gayle Richmond says:

    The 70’s is when I would like to go back to but, of course, knowing what I know now.

  31. Lorraine Melanson says:

    I would love to go back to the 50’s and see how my parents grew up.

  32. The 40s–that’s when my parents were married and I love the pics from that time–everyone having fun, working hard, but life was so simple!

  33. Hmm, so many choices. The 20’s in Paris is appealing; I can see myself having coffee at an outdoor cafe. I love the Victorian era as well. As long as I could wear a lovely long dress, a beautiful hat and, of course, gloves, I would be happy! Thank you for the opportunity to win this beautiful prize!

  34. missmelissaw says:

    I see myself living in the 50s… that quiet, suburban housewife who cooks, cleans, and does all the by-hand stuff. I really enjoy all of that, and that’s how my Grandma does everything. 🙂

  35. I would have to say definitely late 1700 a 1800 I really am in love with Mr Darcy and Mrs Bennett in Pride and Prejudice and I just love that era. The looks and clothes etc…

  36. Being a dreamer Medieval times to start, then every time since 🙂

  37. I think it would be fun to be part of the Victorian era, but I’d sure miss my modern day conveniences. Thanks for offering the amazing image cd’s!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

  38. I would like to go back to the 1930’s & 40’s; the recovery time after the Great Depression. I think living 2 or 3 genrations in a household like the Walton’s, even though a very tough time, would be a great time to raise children. Especially living in more rural areas, not the big cities!

  39. I would like to go back to the 1860s, it would really help my genealogy research if I could speak to relatives alive then!

  40. I loved the vibe of the 50’s!
    ~Nancy (ngiles@golden.net)

  41. I love both the 70’s and steampunk and lean more towards the steampunk, it is so fascinating to me all the costuming and all the combos that are put together are amazing, I never get tired of looking at it. your prize looks incredible and I sure hope that my number comes up for it. thank you so much for the opportunity to win such a great prize. it looks like it would be sooooooooooooooooooo much fun and have so much content. xox

  42. I think Paris in the 1920’s would be my time of choice to experience.

  43. I never left the 60s. Hippie-child forever!

  44. Johanne L. says:

    I love vintage. Maybe I would be more a 70 flower girl. Thanks for the chance,

  45. Jenn Heuston says:

    Definately Victorian era. Love victorian!

  46. i’d be learning classic art from leonardo da vinci in the late 1400s.

  47. Stephanie says:

    The 20s or even way back in Medieval times, but only if I happen to be the daughter of a rich and great family!!

  48. I could see myself in early 1920’s Paris – drinking champagne with artists in cafes until midnight, and sipping coffee with writers in ‘Shakespeare & Co. Bookshop’ in the daytime (minus the hangover!) …sigh.

  49. Wow… this is the perfect question for me! I LOVE all things vintage! The different time periods that I could see myself living in are the late 1800 and early 1900! I love the vintage dress and mannerisms! I would love to win these cds! So many idea’s swirling away in my head!!!

  50. Love your designs!
    I think my time period would be the Victorian age of Steampunk…more of an alternate universe.

  51. I think it would be the 80s

  52. Gerd Andersson says:

    The 70’s was an awesome time!

  53. The 60’s 🙂

  54. Defenetley in the 60. Flowerpower 🙂

  55. I have lived through the 70’s so may be the 20’s or 30’s. The fashion then was just so great.

  56. I want to be a girl in the 50’s attending sock hops and cool cars

  57. I think it would be the golden Sixties!

  58. I would love to have lived in mid 1900 Paris as an art student drinking coffee and talking politics at a bistro with my hands covered with the remnants of paint from the past 24 hour manic creative journey in my loft! But sadly could never happen because I don’t like coffee!

  59. Gwendolyne Spare says:

    Medieval Times with Knights and Castles. However I would like to be a kind and beautiful princess and not a starving peasant. Is that too much to ask? LOL

  60. Oh 1920 glamour all the way! Flapper girls and charleston dancing!

  61. I’d love to try out the Victorian Era, in the worlds of Verne, Wells and wacky inventors – all things steampunk 😉

  62. I had have to say the 80’s with what I know now!

  63. I never think about living in any time in the past, I only think about future! Maybe another planet!

  64. The only time I can imagine myself living in excerpt for this moment is a future, harmonious and free of suffering for every living being

  65. Cheating I know to pick 2 but the clothes and furnishings of the Art nouveau and Art deco eras I just love.

  66. raine1313 says:

    That’s an easy one for me! For sure Id be a 1920s flapper!

  67. That’s a hard one for me to answer… maybe back in the 1800’s.

  68. the 60’s-70’s. for sure a time of massive change and new roles for women. not to mention the killer patterns, shoes, and clothes!

  69. Heather O'Brien says:

    I miss the 80s and would love to do it again

  70. bjaneglas says:

    early 1900s

  71. brandinav says:

    I think I’d enjoy the late 1800s and early 1900s. But I don’t think I’d do well during that period. I don’t know how women dealt with the repression that was forced upon them in previous years and I”d probably get myself in trouble.

  72. Egyptian and Roman times would fascinate me.

  73. I would love to live in the late twentieth century for the chance to be part of the cast of the famous dancers Isadora Duncan. It was really amazing !!!

  74. The textures and colours and art of The Renaissance.

  75. Art Nouveau in France!

  76. Most definitely the Roaring 20s.

  77. I would like to live in peiod of time of Jane Ostin novels :).

  78. Tina Walker says:

    I can totally see my self living in the late 1800’s. There is something that is so fantastic about that time period.

  79. I would love to be around during the art deco period.

  80. Ann-Christine Tvingby says:

    Victorian days, with all the nice dresses.

  81. anytime would be good as as its doing this.

  82. Katie Hill says:

    I love the big hair of the 70s

  83. I always thought that I should have been born in the early 1900’s. Long skirts, creativity encouraged, keeping a house for my man. 🙂

  84. Anytime where hats are fasionable! I love to wear mine 🙂

  85. I would love to go back to the 50’s- love the clothes, furniture and lfe style.

  86. I like my time ! But I think I’d live in the 60’s in the United States…

  87. I would like to be in London in the 50’s

  88. i would love in the 70´, because then i hade a washingmashin! and more time for my hobby!

  89. vickyday13 says:

    I would like to live in the victorian era mid 1800’s for the dresses.

  90. OneofGodsgirls says:

    I think I’d go back to the 50’s.

  91. I would love to live during the Victorian Age. High tea for everyone!

  92. I totally see myself living in the Victorian age. Love the gowns, the hats, the corsets and lace!

  93. 40s and 50s housewife

  94. I’m thinking the Victorian Era, but not as a battler ha ha !!

  95. Hippie flowerchild hands down! Peace.

  96. I would say 50’s. Mother’s do the home thing and daddys go to work. Simple life.

  97. Elena Cid says:

    Que bonitos. Los años 20 sin duda

  98. wow great question – I think roaring 20’s in London

  99. thanks for the chance! such a fun question! hm…. i guess the 20s and in france!

  100. just take me one generation earlier to the 60’s, university sit-ins, hippy-freak, wacky weed, protesting the war…. all but free love I think 😉

  101. Hahaha. Gosh I’m getting old. I WAS a 70’s flower child (ok I probably still am)!! I’m intrigued with Civil War era and/or turn of the century.

  102. Rebecca White says:

    I would be on a small town in the American West during the era of the cowboy!

  103. I would like to go back to the early 1700’s and live on the court in France and study the art of riding with M. la Gueriniere and study art. It would depend if I could get in the teaching of this riding Master as a girl, if not I would prefer to be a boy instead :).

  104. 1920s would be my choice. I love the freedom women were starting to experience- clothes, attitudes… not stuffy and restrictive but opening up to new ideas…

  105. I actually compete in swing dancing, so clearly the 20’s to early 40’s would be my time to be around if I could go back and do that! 🙂

  106. I would love to live in the 1800’s. The clothing then was so beautiful and the times were so much more simpler.

  107. 50’s, fer sure!! Pure and simple and innocent times…ladies wore dresses, men wore hats and ties, and Mommies baked cookies for the kidlets while Poppa worked. Ozzie and Harriet style 🙂
    xoxo

  108. Emma Rayburn says:

    roaring 20’s!! I think that would be fun – like the style!

  109. I would love to have a peek into the 50ies with all these beautiful clothes and furniture… Remember Doris Day and Cary Grant movies ???

  110. Judy Morgan says:

    Pioneer times in the “New World.” Plenty of hardship, but women then had to have lots of courage and energy!

  111. NancyGrace says:

    ART NOUVEAU all the way! William Morris and Aubrey Mucha (unless I’ve got the names & times wrong.)

  112. Victorian times! Love those flouncy dresses with the tiny waists!

  113. 1920’s I think. If the movies are any indicator, it looked like a classy but fun time!

  114. Hmmm, I would be a 50’s housewife. A much simpler time!

  115. Maria del Carmen says:

    I think the 60′!

  116. I wish I could’ve grown up with Jane Austen.

  117. caroldeezigns says:

    1890’s

  118. I’m a medieval wench at heart.

  119. helen markee says:

    well, i think victorian times; king henry VII time……..

  120. Late 1950’s to early 60’s.

  121. sarindajones says:

    Flapper for sure.

  122. 1920s, definitely!

  123. I would be interested to go back to the 20s … and hang out with my grandma when she was young. 🙂

  124. Victorian days; I think.

  125. Nancy Sapp says:

    I’d like to live again in the 60’s. I was just a kid & things seemed easier & simple then. The late 70’s was good though too – living with my new husband.
    Thanks for the chance!

  126. I was a 70’s flower girl and would like to go back there. Anne x

  127. I’m a springloving flowergirl, for sure 🙂

  128. Mmmmm. Good question. Yes, Charleston.

  129. I would love to go back to the 50’s in my present home town, North Augusta! *Hugs*

  130. I would love to go back in Paris in the 20s

  131. kathcrafter says:

    I think the 19th century (think Little House on the Prairie). I would make churn my own butter and make quilts!

  132. I could totally see myself as a 70’s girl or a 50’s girl like the pin up on a poster, encouraging soldiers with ultra brite smile, hahahaha

  133. Not only a moment but also a place: I would love to live in Jane Austen stories….middle ‘800 in England, with a lot of sisters and Mr. Darcy!

  134. Hm….. time-traveling sounds fun and romantic no matter which era you choose, I dream of being in Shanghai in the 1920s.

  135. my absolute favourite era would be the roarin’ twenties .. just love the tea gowns & beaded capes ..flowers & feathers …. divine …

  136. Oh, what a giveaway! Every time has its problems, but the 1950s seem so vibrant. The gaudy colors and patterns–oilcloth table and floor coverings, colorful linoleums, kitchen linens–I love their nostalgic look.

  137. I think I would fit in Colonial times or in the Victorian era, something of a Luddite at heart.

  138. I’ve always been interested in colonial times. I can see myself working on a sampler at night, rocking in a rocking chair, or going to quilting bees I don’t know how they could see what they were doing by candle light though!

  139. I always live here and now and have never had the wish to exist in another time zone. But if I had to make a choice it have to be the 80s. Great music and I had a fun time around then.

  140. That’s the hard question. I think I could live in 70’s. Or I could be a princess during Middle Ages 😉

  141. I think the Victorian Era is one of my favorites for paper crafting- love the colors and the long dresses and laces. I am far too outspoken of a woman though- my mouth would prob be getting me in lots of trouble if I lived back then!

  142. I appreciate the time I live in now, despite the sad aspects. But I think seeing the Victorian era would be quite interesting. I’ve been watching Downton Abbey and have been more intrigued.

  143. I find history fascinating and I do love to use vintage items in my crafting. However, there is such a vast range of art and craft materials today that didn’t used to be available. I think I would be happiest just where I am, covered in ink and glue, with snipped paper and lace on the floor at my feet …

  144. i would like to live in the 70’s and work as a personal assistant for a famous person.

  145. Christine Smith says:

    Oh wow – the Victorian era for me. But only if I am one of the fortunate few with money!
    The beautiful clothes, the ball gowns and long gloves, and feathers in the hair. I often think I was born to be a lady of leisure – no more working for a living!
    Thanks for the give-a-way, hope I win!

  146. Lisa Campion says:

    So much I love about every era. Life in the 50’s seemed most idyllic when children could freely roam the neighborhood & play in the streets with all the other neighbourhood kids. Gotta love the poodle skirts, soda shops & fab music of the day!

  147. Hannie Hokke says:

    I would love to go back to the 60’s, the time of my youth!

  148. Christy Sloan says:

    I would love to go back to the 60’s. Carefree times

  149. In the Fiftys. Love the dresses!
    😉

  150. I really can’t see myself going backwards, would miss too many thing, so I will have to opt for the future. But, if we can only go backwards then I would have to say the 70’s, it was mostly a peaceful time…

  151. i would love to have lived in the 1920s in England

  152. LOL! Umm if I could take at least modern hygiene stuff with me (like a flushing toilet, a hot shower and fresh, running water you could drink) I’d go back to medieval times just about. Oh and only if I was one of the wealthy and lived in a grand castle. Loved the fashions of that time. 🙂

  153. Lynn Losak says:

    I would choose the Victorian Era. I love the lace,the flowers, the plush surroundings and the genteel way of living.

  154. i would love to live in the Victorian era but only as one of the elite

  155. I am a totally vintage girl! I adore all that is from the 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950’s. Would love to dress hollywood vintage glam!

  156. I’d love to go back to the days of the pioneers to experience what it was like although I don’t think I’d want to stay there too long as I would miss the comforts of life today.

  157. I really like some things of the late 60s/early 70s, like design, music the movement of trying to make the world a better place. So perhaps that time and then me being in my twenties (because as a teenager I would have been to young to join and when older than 30 I would have been to old to join LOL). But only if that change of time would come with better health too, because if I really would have lived these days in this condition, I wouldn’t survive.

  158. I am dreaming about the Renaissance … with all the dresses and corsettes would be nice.

  159. mieke caspers says:

    I love the 1860 whit the crinoline. I love that dress.

  160. Janelle Rourke says:

    I would love to go back to the 60s – great time And I was crafting back then too!

  161. Yvonne Williams says:

    I think that I would like to have lived in the 20’s. But with modern elec, heating and plumbing. LOL Thank you.

  162. I think I’d would have love to have experienced the 40s. The fashions and trends of that era seem so appealing.

  163. Post war….so the 1950’s. everyone was relieved. Prosperity and hope were prevalent.

  164. I love the pop music of the late 50s & early 60s when I was a teenager. Would love to re-visit then but without the teenage angst!

  165. Roxane Apple says:

    I’ve always though the 50s would be fun. I love the color combos of the 50s and the fun and happy thoughts they provoke.

  166. I would of like to live when girls from high society had to learn to draw, play piano, paint and read. Like in the movie Pride and prejudice!

  167. The 50:s would be fun!

  168. Oh, that’s a little hard – I suppose I could see myself as a 60’s hippie.

  169. angiesuez says:

    Right now I am all about the flapper girls!

  170. Tonya Love says:

    1950″s I love the music!!

  171. I would like a redo of the 60’s. I think I missed too much. My other choice would be the future. Thanks. I love your products.

  172. The 1950’s – bobby sox, saddle oxfords, poodle skirts, pony tails, penny loafers, 45 rpm records, sock hops, soda fountains – the good old days!!

  173. Jodie Jarnevic says:

    The victorian era for me so I could frock up 🙂

  174. oh boy that is a hard one – definately not when they had no indoor plumbing – I kinda like that – maybe go back to the 1940’s and do a “redo” on my life

  175. The victorian era with all the dresses and corsettes would be nice.

  176. Soyons fous ! J’aimerais retourner dans les années 20 en France, dans les années 50 en Amérique, dans les années 60 en Angleterre et dans les années 80 en Espagne !
    Yahoo !

  177. Maybe the early to mid 1900’s if I could have hung out with Dorothy Parker, Gertrude Stein, F.Scott & Daisy Fitzgerald, Hemingway…AFTER women could vote, of course. Women have never had it so good, as we do in this millenium, however.

  178. I’ve always loved the flapper dresses, cloches (hats) and shoes from the 30’s. the art deco jewellry from that period is always a favourite!

  179. January 18, 2013 at 3:47 pm

    Thanks for the chance to win! I think I would enjoy visiting the late 18th century – early 19th.

  180. Stacy Caddy says:

    Oh I guess I would have to say the 50’s just seemed like a fun era..

  181. I’d have to go back to the 50’s, I guess if I had to choose. (I grew up in the 80’s so I know big hair…lol!)

  182. For me it would have to be the early 1900s – such a fascinating time with rapid changes and fabulous fashions.

  183. I’d like to live as a teenager in the 1960s and be part of Beatlemania.

  184. The 60’s is where I like to live again. I’d go to Woodstock and paint flowers everywhere.

  185. I think I may have lived in the Victorian era if I believed in previous lives. Some of my friends do believe. I would want to be as adventuresome as Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of green gables.

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  186. Femke van den Heuvel says:

    Hmmm… half of me wants to wear big dresses like in the 19th century, but half of me wants to live in the 1950’s, because of the elegant, sophisticated style of the women. I would love to look like Marilyn Monroe, love her hair.
    But I am very happy to live in this time, because anything is possible now. Everyone is free to choose their own style and be creative.

  187. Karina McQuistan says:

    I could see myself in the roaring 20s for sure! Thank you for another great giveaway!

  188. Heather Hudson says:

    Beautiful! I would like the twenties or maybe the Victorian times, all those fabrics and textures. The free spirited 20 would also be a lit of fun!

  189. 1880 victorian style for me !

  190. Crafty Secrets is one of my favs!!! Looooove their stamps!
    I guess I have to be revived twice: once in the sixties (really like that hippie-era) and once early 1900. Victorian style, with big dresses, big hats and big houses 🙂

  191. 20’s I really like the clean lines of those flapper dresses! and fringe!

  192. ’20 and ’30 for sure. The charleston time! Always wanted to learn to dance that way … And I love the ephimera from that era too!

  193. oasisatthebeach says:

    I think the 50’s would be a blast – bring on the sock hop!

  194. Barb Adams says:

    During the 60s I was just a little too young to appreciate the hippy movement, flower children, anti-war protests, free love…. I would go back there and be a participant!

  195. Wow – the early 1900s would be fun but only I was part of the “upstairs” crowd! Love the decor and typography associated with that time period – especially the 1920s!

  196. Thanks for the chance to win some of your fab vintage goodies! I see myself as a 70’s girl!

  197. I love all things crafty secrets. It is fun to explore many different eras; however, I like the 50s the best.

  198. I would like to travel through different time-periods, visiting the past and take a look at the future. But I like living now.

  199. Early 1800’s for fashion and decor, but happy to be here today with all it has to offer!

  200. Theresa. H says:

    I’m a seventies girl for sure:-)

  201. An Edwardian Lady, who is kind to her maids, loves her Cameos & pearls & pin-tucked , ruffled necked cream silk blouses with flowing skirts!!!!!!!!!

  202. Late 60s early 70s with my young body and my older mind please!!!

  203. Take me back to the 50’s minus the bigotry and I’d be happy.

  204. This is quite a hard question! I think that the 20’s or 30’s would be nice….yes times were hard then but I do love the fashions.
    1890’s – 1900’s good too, but would I have a choice in any of the situations to live a more elevated lifestyle……

  205. Angela Bolton says:

    I would love to live in the early 1900’s where a lady was a lady and chivalry was not dead. To be a lady of a fine manor house with clothes made of beautiful materials and fine lace, surrounded by artworks, embroidery and fine furniture. To have the time to walk through the gardens, drawing beautiful things in nature, play beautiful music and discussing good books. To have a loving family where children behaved beautifully and family dinners where served on fine china. Where life was slower and more elegant and one basked in beautiful things…..ahhhhh if only!

  206. Donna England says:

    I would love to visit Victorian England and be part of upstairs. The clothing, the interiors and furniture are so beautiful. I am glad that I am living in this era but would like to visit then. I love all the technology, and freedom to be creative we have now.

  207. I was a 70s teen and that was the last time I felt well. I would love to return to that time with what I know now ❤

  208. Loved the 70’s.

  209. Definitely in the 50’s. Love the dresses! Fondly, Tami

  210. So many choices! But love the Victorian era for their romantic fabrics and clothing. Have to be an Upstairs Girl for sure.

  211. Kathy Wood says:

    I think I’d go for the 1920’s. The styles and the cars are fascinating!

  212. Denise Werkheiser says:

    I would love to step back in time to the1800′s in England!

  213. I loved the 60′-70’s. Sometimes I still see myself as that girl. But, I love the frill and fluff of Victorian style, just wouldn’t want to live the history.

  214. Probably round the time of Mary Poppins!

  215. Having lived before, I would have to pick the 20’s Things were really picking up for us girls and the arts, not to mention the music so upbeat. Now the future – how cool is it going to be! I mean all the sweet innovative art supplies whoa!

  216. elizabethtregear says:

    OMG, What creative questions! Living vs Visiting is an important distinction! Definitely think we are living in a golden age now with all the ability to travel and communicate worldwide. I’d like to visit the future to see if we have improved or declined with time but “Now” is where I want to live!

  217. I would love to go back to my childhood from the 60s and 70s and experience it through grown up eyes. There’s so much I would pay more attention to and a few things I’d do differently. I’d also love to visit the Old West days of the late 1800s. Thanks for the opportunity for this great prize!

  218. I think the 60’s, my Mom and Dad’s teenage years.

  219. I would like to visit every Era in the last century; so much to see! 🙂

  220. I’d definitely be a 60’s hippie girl. That was an awesome time!

  221. Back to the 60’s. I love the music.

  222. I would love to live in Victorian England….above stairs. But I am perfectly contented living today with all the modern conveniences and the ability to bring some of the beauty of that era into my home

  223. Oh I would love to experience alot of different times. As I am born in the 80’s it would be cool to visit the 70’s and my hippie parents 🙂

  224. I am more 60’s as I loved that period

  225. I could see myself as 60’s hippie! Wild and free!

  226. Pam in New Jersey says:

    I would have liked to live during the time in Paris of the salons where you could meet with the writers and artists of the day like Matisse, Picasso, etc. The bohemian clothes that the women wore at that time were beautiful.

  227. definetly in 70′ flower power, woodstock and hippie style 🙂

  228. The 50’s are when I came to this country, so I would want to do that over again, but with the knowledge I have now, so that I could make the most of the opportunities that were just evolving for women, but also so that I could hopefully impart some of my hard-learned wistom to the young women of that time. The car styles were more creative then also, which would make it more fun to revisit but really I’d want to teach about life so as to avoid some of the bad habits people have developed today.

  229. 40’s and 50’s maybe

  230. Tough question, but I think I would lik the 50s!! Some fun Petticoats and Peeptoes!! ;D

  231. Heather Basson says:

    I would like to live in the Victorian Times, I am just an old fashioned girl!!! Thanks for the giveaway. Hope I am the lucky one.

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