superdumb supervillain: Warm Biscuit, please!

Sunday, November 04, 2007

Warm Biscuit, please!

***WINNER PICKED 11/19 WITH RANDOM.ORG***

***CONGRATULATIONS, Jason and Caryn!!!***


I recently wrote about how much I love the sneaky toybox/kids' sofa hybrid from Warm Biscuit Bedding Company. Their website is a treasure trove of all things snuggly and vintage-ish for babies and kids.

I just received their new catalog in the mail and I must say that the printed version of Warm Biscuit is almost more fun to look at, especially as we head into the holiday season. The toys and gifts are old-fashioned but in a kid-tested, lasts-forever kind of way, never in a stuffy, starched collar way.

The nice folks at Warm Biscuit are offering one of my readers a $25 gift certificate to use on anything in their store. Perhaps you have a little ruffian who might enjoy the wooden shield and sword set:



Or maybe you have fond memories of your Fisher Price Chatter Phone but would prefer Junior to have one with all stickers and paint but no dirt of the ages:



What about a Birthday Teaset fit for the pinkest of princesses?



My personal favorite, aside from the aforementioned toybox couch is the sweet mom charm necklace (Roo is aquamarine and Jasper is ruby, in case you were wondering):



Warm Biscuit has so many great things to pick, from gorgeous custom bedding and personalized apparel to keepsake jewelry, handmade toys and much more.

To enter and win a $25 gift certificate, visit Warm Biscuit Bedding Company and comment on this post with the answer to the following question: Where did the name Warm Biscuit come from? Also let me know what you would use the $25 towards!

Entries will be accepted through November 18th. US readers only, please. Make sure you leave an email address or that you have one accessible on your blog so you can be contacted if you win!

74 comments:

  1. Sounds like a wonderful giveaway...your store has the nicest quality items for children. THanks.

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  2. My son loves the train loungewear- very cute!

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  3. What a cute website. I like that the company name came from their Grandma.

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  4. Hi. The name comes from his grandma telling him to it's time to crawl into his biscuit (meaning - time to go to bed).

    If I won I would definitely use the gift certificate to spoil my seven month old son. I like the wooden stacking toy with a rooster on top and the pop up pirates.

    Thanks -Kim (kimber_smiley@yahoo.com)

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  5. her grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!" The feeling those words conjured up sent me to bed with a skip.

    I would definitely spend it on the fabric. I love to sewing little projects and the fabric is so cute!

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  6. The name came from something her grandmother used to say when she was growing up, basically meaning "go to bed". I would use the money for the fireman sheets! I have a fireman OBSESSED 3 yr old!
    Thanks!

    Julie

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  7. Oh wow.. Connor would love alot of their stuff. Please sign us up!!

    I would use my $25 to buy the tin robot.. Connor has a 1950s style robot nightlight and the robot would be great decoration now in his room and an awsome toy later. (We LOVE robots) Its a hard call though I also love the baby blocks.

    The name warm bisquit comes from her grandmother telling her to go crawl in her bisquit (her bed)!

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  8. What a cute website. I like that they named the company after what their grandma said.

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  9. The name Warm Biscuit came from her grandmother's phrase, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit" - meaning "Go to Bed". This company has fabulous designs! I would use the $25 towards the beautiful pink gingham booster seat - so cute!

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  10. The name came from memories of the creator's grandmother. I love the FP clock. My cousins had one when I was a kid, so it brings back some good memories of my own.

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  11. When I was growing up in Texas, my grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!" The feeling those words conjured up sent me to bed with a skip.

    I would love to get the Alphabet blocks!

    taureau AT yahoo DOT com

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  12. Name came from the owners grandmother would saying, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!" I would put the gc towards something in the ballerina girls room!

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  13. The name Warm Biscuit came from her grandmother's phrase, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit" - meaning "Go to Bed". Tough choices on what I would use it on - I like the Robot and the Dog Slinky!!

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  14. "Biscuit" was what Vicki's grandmother called her bed. If I won I would get the Biplane Toy for my son (and my husband!).

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  15. The name came from when the grandmother said "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit" meaning "Go to Bed".

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  16. The name Warm Biscuit came from something that her grandma used to say to her. Her grandmother would say "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translated, it means "Go to bed!"

    They have so many neat things. I would love to win the GC to get something for my son.

    asummerbeachbum1@aol.com

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  17. It means a warm bed. I think I would get a bath robe for my daughter.

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  18. Oooh....I want so many things...many things I had, and many I want now!

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  19. oops, just posted and didn't answer the q. The grandma used to say "crawl into your biscuit" when it was time to go to bed.

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  20. The name came from a "grandma-saying", which is easier on the ears than "Get thee to bed!" :) The $25, if won, would go to the fish wallies, I think - my little 3 y.o. LOVES fishies! :)

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  21. When I was growing up in Texas, my grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!"


    I would get the Fisher Price Xylophone.

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  22. Vicki's grandmother would use the term "warm buscuit" in reference to her bed, telling her it was time to crawl into her warm buscuit and go to sleep.

    I would spend the certificate on the musical train tops. My son is a train freak!

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  23. I love all of their toys, but I am a sucker for personalized clothing. Most likely I'd put $25 toward one of their divine dresses. These are gorgeous and perfect for Christmas! And, oh, what a sweet story about where the name came from. Vicki's grandmother would tell her to hop in her biscuit, which was her bed. A warm biscuit to Vicki is a warm and cozy bed. That is the cutest! My contact information is on my blog. Thank you for hosting such a wonderful giveaway!

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  24. The name come from her grandmother telling her to climb into her bed or her "bisquit"

    I would probably buy the knight bowling game. My two children would love it and I think the knights are quite comical.

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  25. The name "Warm Biscuit" comes from her grandmother saying, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!"

    I would love to use the gift card to get the ballerina top for my daughter.

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  26. The name Warm Biscuit came from their Texan grandmother meaning time for bed. I adore the aprons for my kids. We love to cook together and this would make gettig messy so much fun!

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  27. I forgot to leave my email... tonyadenmark@yahoo.com

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  28. What a beautiful giveaway please include me.

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  29. her grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!" The feeling those words conjured up sent me to bed with a skip.

    i would get either some crib bedding or monogrammed bibs.
    thanks!

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  30. Oooh, so cute stuff!
    beastbunny@hotmail.com

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  31. I love the sword and shield!

    The name came from memories of the creator's grandmother.

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  32. Her grandmother would tell her to "crawl into your warm biscuit" when it was time to go to bed. It's pretty sweet.

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  33. The name Warm Biscuit came from Grandma telling Vicki to "crawl into your biscuit" AKA bed.

    And I didn't have to even look on the site because I really want a sword and shield set for my son, I know it would be played with alot around here!

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  34. "Everyone asks, Where did the name Warm Biscuit come from? When I was growing up in Texas, my grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!" The feeling those words conjured up sent me to bed with a skip."

    I would pick the Beginners Knitting Kit for my daughter's upcoming birthday
    ~Amy

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  35. What gorgeous stuff!

    The name comes from Grandma referring to bed as a "biscuit."

    I would use a GC toward the Penolope Peapod doll!

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  36. The name was born this way: "When I was growing up in Texas, my grandmother would say, 'Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit. Translation: 'Go to bed!'"

    I think everything in the Pirate's room is cute!

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  37. Hi, Please enter me in your wonderful contest. I would probably use the certificate for the mother's charm necklace. The name of the company came from the Grandma who signaled "Warm Biscuit" as a sign that it was time to go to bed ( crawl in the biscuit was the bed )! Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes@hotmail.com

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  38. The owner's grandmother used to say...
    "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit" at bedtime!

    I love their products. I have two little girls and I'm really loving the jewelry boxes and the fairy checkers set. (Christmas is right around the corner, you know!)

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  39. The name of the company came from the grandma who said "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit" to signal bedtime.

    I would love to get the Good Habits chart, among so many other things!

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  40. I've had my eye on that shield and sword set for sooo long... It would make a great Christmas present for my little Josh!

    (I wanted to spread the word, so I linked to the giveaway today. I hope that's okay!)

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  41. They sure have a lot of fun stuff. The name Warm Biscuit came from Grandma saying, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." That meant it was time for bed. Very funny. If II win I thing I would like to the Family Game Night. We love games, and anything that we can do as a family is great.

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  42. The name "Warm Biscuit" comes from the owner's childhood memory of her grandmother sending her to bed by saying, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." I'm having a hard time deciding what I would use the gift certificate for, but the Thanksgiving Table Runner immediately caught my eye. Thanks for the drawing! emhagedon at gmail

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  43. The name came from a saying there grandmother said when it was time for bed. "Time to crawl into your biscuit"

    I love the aprons and the play kitchens. I would love to have that in my kitchen

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  44. The name came from something her grandmother used to say when she was growing up, basically meaning "go to bed". I would use the GC toward the Beginners Knitting Kit for my kiddo

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  45. Nice site! Warm biscuit = cute memory of Grammy telling someone it's time for bed.

    Okay, so you visited my site saying how odd it is that we have so many of the same things. How odd is it that I have three, yes count them, 1, 2, 3 of those Fisher Price telephones. Vintage even. One has wooden wheels! Thanks for visiting and leaving me such lovely comments!

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  46. oh, right. I'm supposed to say what I would purchase....

    this http://warmbiscuit.com/pink-petals-floral-fabric.html

    or this

    http://warmbiscuit.com/retro-kids-christmas-fabric.html

    or this

    http://warmbiscuit.com/apple-fabric.html

    How funny. When I post my studio redoux you'll see just how many of those fabrics I have!

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  47. Her grandmother would tell her to go jump in her biscuit (aka bed) and she has fond memories of a warm biscuit as a child. Love that story! I'd probably get some bling for me, a bracelet or necklace. Thanks!

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  48. Well, their grandmother used to call bed time this.

    I would likely buy the Christmas jamies. I can remember getting a new pair of jamies every christmas from my grandma. Sleeping in my new jamies christmas night just added to the whole experience. :)

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  49. From her grandmother telling her it was time to go to bed. A much nicer way to say it, if you ask me.
    I'd use the certificate to buy the shield and sword for our local Big Brothers Big Sisters chapter. We donate items for their holiday party each year.

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  50. "Honey I think it time to crawl into your Biscuit" - Crawl into bed.
    My grandma raised me and she would always tuck me into bed, and say "Your Moms watching you from Heaven" dont worry sleep tight.
    My beautiful grandma went to Heaven this year to be with my Mom.My children miss her dearly.
    The tea set would be a great reminder of her and her love for tea.

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  51. The name came from: "When I was growing up in Texas, my grandmother would say, 'Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit. Translation: 'Go to bed!'"

    Such cute stuff!!


    I blogged ya: http://laurawilliamsmusings.blogspot.com/2007/11/monday-edition-of-contests-galore.html

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  52. Warm biscuit comes from his grandma telling him it was time to crawlinto his biscuit meaning his bed. I would use the 25 dollars toward the train coat rack. My 4 yr.old loves trains and he would just love that in his room..maybe it would keep his robe off the floor.

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  53. "Warm Biscuit" comes from Vicki Mote Bodwell's grandmother's term for "time for bed." She would say, "It's time to crawl into your biscuit." That always made Vicki look forward to the warmth and coziness of her bed.

    It would be hard to choose, but I think I might pick a personalized towel for one of my children. Or, I might put a gift certificate (if won) toward the purchase of something special for their bedroom.

    Thanks for hosting this contest! My email is roseinthemorning AT comcast DOT net (remove spaces and change the words to the correct symbols.)

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  54. The name came from her grandmother's way of telling her to go to bed. I think I'd use the gift certificate toward the monkey stacking toy... seems we can never have too many toys! ;) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  55. When I was growing up in Texas, my grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!" The feeling those words conjured up sent me to bed with a skip.

    I have a 3-year-old that would adore either the Fairy Tower or the Fairy Castle Set! So cute!

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  56. The name comes from his grandma telling him to it's time to crawl into his biscuit (bed).

    I would use the gift certificate to spoil my son. I like the pop up pirates.

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  57. Could use this for Christmas

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  58. Warm biscuit comes from his grandma telling him it was time to crawlinto his biscuit meaning his bed. I would love the Mom charm neclace :)

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  59. Warm biscuit comes from his grandmother's way of sending him to bed, very cute story.

    I would maybe buy the Clown Top with the gift card. But there is so much to choose from, it would be hard!

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  60. The name Warm Biscuit comes from the company's grandmother's term for "time for bed." She would say, "It's time to crawl into your biscuit." That always made Vicki look forward to the warmth and coziness of her bed, which is why she puts special emphasis on bedding. I would love the tea set for our dd.

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  61. Where the term came from: When I was growing up in Texas, my grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!" Love one of the classics: 'Fisher Price Television'! I always drool over the items they have in this shoppe! Would love to get something from Warm Biscuit!!

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  62. I LOVE that the name of the company came from a grandmother (I just spent yesterday with mine)!

    Hmm, what to spend the prize on? Well, I think I might just get a copy of The Daring Book for Girls for my cousin.

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  63. When she was little her grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!" I love that!!

    I love the paper doll lunch bag, so pretty and cute!!

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  64. I love how she came up with the name WARM BISCUIT:
    Vicki said: "When I was growing up in Texas, my grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Translation: "Go to bed!"

    I love many things on the site...I really like the classic toys like the Fisher Price Television! :)
    Great contest! Thanks for the chance to win~

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  65. The name comes from the owner's grandmother's term for going to bed -- "time to go to your biscuit." What a delightful way to express that snug and warm and safe feeling! Yum!

    I would buy one of these in the hope that eventually my daughter will show an interest in foods other than mac & cheese and pb&j.

    http://warmbiscuit.com/kidscookbook.html

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  66. The company name comes from Grandma's saying, "crawl into your biscuit" for "go to bed."

    Ok, this is way over $25, but I love the braided rug here: http://warmbiscuit.com/braidedrug.html

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  67. It was her grandma's way of saying that it is time to go to bed aka the warm biscuit

    I might get one of those pretty jewelry boxes

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  68. The company name comes from Vicki's grandmother who used to say "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." What a lovely way of sending off a kid to bed!

    Being a bookworm, I immediately fell in love with the wooden baby books!

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  69. When Vicki Bodwell was growing up in Texas, her grandmother would say, "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit." Meaning, it was time to go to bed. It was a warm, cozy image that she still loves.

    I love the vintage toys, so it's really hard to choose, but I'd go with either the fisher price clock or the USA bingo. What a great site!

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  70. Warm Biscuit comes from a saying her grandmother would use before bed: "Honey, I think it's time to crawl into your biscuit" which would mean "Go to bed!"
    I could spend a lot of money here! There are so many cool, beautiful items. I would probably invest in some good toys for my baby.

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  71. it was grandmas term for bed... oh I'd go for one of the NEW toys that have lasted since I was a kid, but as you say in your review, without the dirt from the years...

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  72. barker.tina@gmail.com
    I love the mommy necklace!

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  73. I've never heard of the phrase warm buscuit before.
    If I were to win the gift certificate then I would use it for the Wooden Pirate's Chest.
    Thanks for having the contest :)
    chevybelair1@juno.com
    Let me know if it did go thru or what i'm doing wrong that it's not working.
    thanks :)
    Jennifer

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  74. It means "go to bed". I love the chatter phone. I had one of those as a kid.

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