Thursday, April 1, 2010

Giveaway by Garnish!

This week has been so much fun for me!

I started the week with my armoire re-do for the master bedroom that I was so excited to share with you.

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Then we had an awesome party on Tuesday!!!! 

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THANK YOU so much for showing up and sharing all of your fabulous projects with me.  There are 120 links so far!  Wow!  I hope you had fun.  I have gotten through about a third of the links, and I am still working on the rest.  :)  If you want to check them out, click on the button.

Also on Tuesday, I was featured at Living with Lindsay.  Have you been by to visit her blog?  If you haven’t, you need to take a trip over there.  I met Lindsay at BlissDom, and she was a sweetheart.  She always has great projects to share on her blog.  She has a series called Teach Me Tuesday where she shares a tutorial from another blogger each week.  This week she featured the burlap lamp shades I made for my boys’ room.  You can check it out HERE.

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On Wednesday, I shared a fun way to celebrate the Easter story with your children.

Now, I have a great giveaway for you!!!

Garnish is giving away a $25.00 gift certificate to their online store.  garnishAnd believe me, $25.00 can go along way at Garnish!

If I had $25.00 to spend there, I would buy some of these containers to put some homemade ice cream in…YUM!

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Or maybe I would buy these to put my mom’s poppy seed bread in…

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I would buy these to store my leftovers in.  Don’t ever let good food go to waste!  :)

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And I would definitely get a bunch of these….

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I could think of a million ways to decorate these little boxes, couldn’t you?

Here’s how you can enter this great giveaway:

1)  For 2 entries, stop by Garnish, take a look around, and tell me in a comment which product(s) you would purchase if you won.

2)  Tell about this giveaway in a post or in your side bar, and then come back and tell me about it in a comment and you will be entered 3 more times.

The giveaway will be open until Sunday, April 4th, until midnight.  I will announce the winner on Monday!

Goodluck!

Traci

P.S.  Be sure to check out some of my new sponsors in my sidebar.  You are going to love their sites!  :)

60 comments:

  1. oh my, the first one here. I would love all the gift size boxes. I love that site, Thanks for sharing it. Please count me in. Smiles, Carol Mae

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  2. Love the things on the Garnish website! I would have to get some of that blue and white twine or some of those cool wooden utensils.

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  3. I would totally use the coffee cups with lids for the drive to work! And the metal cd tins for photography I do this summer. PLUS, the take out containers for food I'm making for a friend that is expecting.

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  4. Howdy Traci! May you have a blessed Easter.

    Your redo is fantastic. Turned out stunning.
    Glad to be able to see this.
    Gives me lots of ideas!!!

    God bless you and your sweet family,
    d

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  5. OOh! What a fun giveaway! I love giving cookies to neighbors when I make too many - those Squat White Gable Boxes would make the packaging look sleek!

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  6. I posted about your giveaway on my blog!

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  7. Goodness, it would be hard to choose. I would love some of the loaf pans to give gifts with. Or the soup containters could hold my homemade salsa as gifts. Too much to choose from!

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  8. No soup for you!! I loooove these!

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  9. I would buy the cellophane bags and craft loaf molds. It would make giving bread as a gift so cute!

    Thanks! Great give away.

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  10. I would get the deli containers for soup and do that soup swap you blogged about awhile ago. Still want to do that. Very cool.

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  11. this may seem silly, but I would totally buy some of those wooden disposable utensils, those are so chic! love them!

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  12. I like the gable boxes and the berry pint baskets- they'd be so cute with some muffins or cookies tied up with a gingham ribbon!

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  13. This is awesome - not sure what I would buy just yet, since there are so many cool things - maybe some takeout boxes, some of that cool twine...

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  14. I loved the lamp shade tutorial - thanks! Garnish is so full of container/wrapping goodness. I would get the paper straws, some twine, the chipboard trays and the appetizer knotted picks! I would be all ready for summer. :)

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  15. I would buy those deli containers so I could pretend to be Ina Garten with her fabulous freezer full of homemade chicken stock.

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  16. I visited Garnish! I love the clear acetate boxes. Your armoire is gorgeous! Thanks for the chance!

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  17. I love Garnish and would probably pick the gable boxes, twine and labels!

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  18. I love Garnish. I would get glassine bags and I have been looking for bakers twine...in red. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. Love the possibilities at Garnish! I would buy the white rectangular boxes to give my homemade bread away in... and I'd get the cute takeout boxes, and some of the awesome wooden utensils, and straws....

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  20. I post about your giveaway on my sidebar with a link back to you!

    ~ Tracy

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  21. I love the armoire makeover, it looks fabulous!

    Love this new sponsor! I would get the gable boxes, disposable paper loaf pans, paper chipboard trays and the berry pint baskets. I love their simplicity and the fact that I can decorate them for whatever occasion I decide to use them or to suit the personality of the person I am gifting.

    ~ Tracy

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  22. Oh my, not sure what I'd choose if I could only pick 2 things. Maybe the twine (not sure which one) and the berry boxes. What fun!

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  23. Love it all but the Little White Box is especially useful to me.

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  24. Another great giveaway! I would stock up on lots of "oh goody", and "frankly my dear"!! How great would these be to take meals to families after a new baby is born?!! I am thinking new baby because my brother and his wife just had their first and I am bringing them dinner!! Oh how I wish I had something so cute to package everything up. Oh, and I meant to tell you how excited I am to make the Easter cookies with my boys this year! Thanks so much for all you share with us.

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  25. I would be buying some cute little white gable boxes because I can think of soooo many things I would love to do with the. I might also throw in some clear tubes for more little treats! Can't wait!

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  26. I would use the small kraft gable boxes as our wedding favor holders. Those with some personalized stickers would be perfect.

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  27. Love the paper loaf pans...would totally use those in stead of foil ones! Had never heard of Garnish before! Will mention it on my blog tomorrow (don't know how to work it into Good Friday but I'll try).

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  28. I would love to get the twine and the wine boxes! jessie.wilson@cox.net

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  29. I like the gable boxes, soup containers, loaf pans, and the take out containers.

    janenepearce@gmail.com

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  30. I posted about the giveaway on my blog! :)

    janenepearce@gmail.com

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  31. Thanks Traci. If I won the Garnish giveaway, I would choose lots of bakery twine and mini loaf liners. It would make food gift giving so easya and pretty. The labels are very cute too, and I can think of tons of uses for them.

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  32. Love the cute acetate boxes. Many possibilities. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  33. I love the gable boxes and paper loaf pans! What an awesome site! :)

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  34. I love the berry pint baskets and the ice cream boxes for my homemade ice cream! Great site, thanks for the opportunity!
    HeatherMc1@msn.com

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  35. What a great website! I would choose the Oh Goodie items, or the Double Dip or the Deli containers or....or....

    I'm off to add it to my blog.

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  36. I love Garnish, but my two favorites are the lidded containers for soup and also the little gable boxes - so adorable!

    Jen
    jen_erickson@hotmail.com

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  37. OK - I did my Bloggy Duty.
    Their stuff is sooo cute!

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  38. $25 does go a long way on there! I like the little baking cups. They would be perfect for cake balls! Yum!

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  39. Yum! Love that shop! I would have to have some gable boxes (varying size), twine (multiple colors) and of course some of every color of the paper straws (when back in stock)!

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  40. I'm so glad you've had such a good week. I hope you've had a wonderful time with your family, enjoying the pure pleasure of time with your wonderful boys. A blessed Easter to all of you!

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  41. I'm all about the colored twine!

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  42. Oh Traci, what a great giveaway! What a fun store to look around too.
    I would get some red and white bakery twine, some craft loaf molds and some petite loaf liners to get started.

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  43. I blogged about your giveaway. You can find it here-
    http://songberries.blogspot.com/2010/04/my-morning-and-healthy-low-fat-treat.html

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  44. Enndless possibilities for decorating! I love the gable boxes, bags and deli containers.
    Great giveaway!

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  45. What a fun giveaway! I love the glassine bags and the Frankly My Dear boxes.

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  46. i love the franklin my dear boxes...perfect for favors to my kid's birthday party!

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  47. Love the boxes and the bags and the twine... I cant pick!

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  48. what a fun blog you have and as far as containers, love the white ones that I can put ANY color bow around to match ANY holiday or birthday!!!

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  49. I had to follow you AND write about you on my blog: http://davisdialogues.blogspot.com/2010/04/blogville.html You are that good!

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  50. I LOVE the site!!! I would go with the soup containers and then definately have a group of my friends over to make a huge soup party and everyone could take some home!!!! AWESOME-NESS!

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  51. Love love love the "frankly my dear". I could find many uses for those cute little boxes!

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  52. How to choose?! I love the simplicity of the boxes, but I really like the embellishments: the straws and twine. Thanks for this giveaway. Happy Easter! He is risen!

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  53. what a fun giveaway. . I would but the tubes. . what a fun way to give a little treat to your guests as they leave. I also love the berry baskets and can see them as decor in my home. thanks for this opportunity-
    Su@TheIntentionalHOme

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  54. So many choices! I'd choose the Contessa's containers or the baking items. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  55. I love the Sweet Treats package!

    I am hoping to take part in your linky party next month!

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  56. I love garnish, I use their time in a bottle to decorate cookies! I would love some "in the knick of twine."

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  57. Hi Traci, love the blog. Mentioned you on my blog and went to visit Garnish. I love paper straws and they have such a nice vintage looking assortment. Also the Ccontessa's Giveaway containers would come in handy for storing soup in the fridge/freezer, and call me silly but those paper lunch sacks float my boat for a variety of reasons...

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  58. The spools of twine set my heart, err, spinning!
    On the way to see my Italian grandparents on Sunday mornings, my dad would stop at one of the dozens of bakeries on every corner, and our favorite had aluminum reelers hung from the ceiling with that wonderful striped string threading down to the counters. When I was little, I envied the shop girls who would deftly wind that string around the boxes of pastries.

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