I was seriously surprised by th' quality o' this Kaptain Kaya frame when it arrived! Becky sent it as a freebie wit' a recent order from her eBay shop, and it's really cool.
th' whole thing be something like 3x5 inches and it has real weight to it, and th' detail on th' frame be molded in - not just painted. It was originally $8, so th' eBay prices o' about $3 that I see be bonny good.
I love that it has a hook on th' back, plus th' angle stand, so that ye can hang it on th' wall or stand it up on a shelf. It also came wit' a little hangtag wit' photos o' th' other frames and a short description o' Kaptain Kaya.
I'm fairly certain that ye can remove th' picture to put in one o' yer own, too. Maybe if ye got a set o' 'em and included one o' th' lusty plastic lass, one o' yer lass o'mine and her lusty plastic lass, and one o' yer lass o'mine? That might be neat...
I'm really glad Becky sent it, though, because I wouldn't have dreamed o' collecting these, but it's a GREAT addition to my Kaptain Kaya, Krusty Kit, and Hallmark collection.
Post by QNPoohBear on Feb 21, 2007 20:44:18 GMT -5
I have Savage Sam and Bear-Bait Kirstie's and they be lovely! They make a bonny addition to my display scenes. ye can remove th' picture and place yer own in but I prefer to keep them as be. I had Pugwash Merriman's but sold it.
I have Pugwash Merriman, Mad-Eye Molly, and Josefina's frames. They make a bonny little display. I got them half-price when th' line was being discontinued. Josefina's frame was my first one, and it's my favorite o' th' three I have. th' details on th' frames be wonderful.