Thursday, July 31, 2014

Giveaway x 2!

After seeing my last blog post about how Ashleigh used green Ball jars for her patio (here), the Ball Corporation offered to allow me host a giveaway! One lucky winner will receive a package of green pint sized Ball jars from them! You can read more about the green Ball jars here.

2014 Limited Edition Ball®
Heritage Collection Spring Green Mason Jars
Besides canning, there are so many neat things you can do with Ball jars.
collage of pictures from some of my past blog posts

It's a great time of the year for this, as I am reading about how my blogging friends are processing their harvests and storing them in canning jars! Giveaways are so much fun and I thought I would make it doubly so by adding some things that I love to make. I really appreciate my readers and I want to thank you by offering you a chance to win a package of Patty's Pretty Things from me. I enjoy making greeting cards, gift tags, small journals, flair/buttons, among other things. One of you will receive this package of canning themed Patty's Pretty Things products. All of the vintage graphics came from The Graphics Fairy blog. The package consists of three greeting cards, gift tags, a little hand stitched journal, and three flair/buttons.

All you need to do is leave a comment on this blog post and like my Facebook page. The winner will be chosen by, announced in a week and notified by email. Please make sure I will be able to reach you! Giveaway is for USA residents only please.   GIVEAWAY is OVER: The winner is Jolene #10.

Good luck, and thank you for visiting my blog today!

Disclaimer: Part of this post is sponsored on behalf of the Ball Corporation. All opinions are 100% my own.


  1. OMYGOODNESS....what an awesome giveaway. I would love all these pretty things and the jars.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    I will go over and LIKE your FB

  2. Hello from Spain: your creations are beautiful. The jar is very original. You are very friendly with the giveaway. Good luck to all participants. Keep in touch

  3. I have a set of blue Ball jars and daisy cut out lids that I use to drink my tea every day. Steve says the straws are a waste, but the look is so cute.

    I have 2 green Ball jars I found at Michael's, but could use more.

    I don't do any canning, but if I had more jars, I would hang them on wire across the back yard and fill them with flowers. They would also be cute with votives for a night time party.

  4. i always need more jars and would share them with my girls

  5. Well you know I love Ball jars especially the green and blue ones!!! So many fun and creative ways to use them including storing pretty Charlotte dolls and trinkets! And battery operated mini lights. Love me some Patty tags too!♡♡♡

  6. your artwork is extraordinary. never seen such beautiful jars around. very good.

  7. Isn't it amazing how things we thought belonged in the past, appear again? I love the mason jars and the idea in your last post. I know if my granddaughter sees that, she'll have me working on some for her. When I began making the hanging light bulbs, so far she's talked me out of seven, and want four more. :)

    You have lovely blog; I'll be back.

  8. What a fun give-away! I love canning jars...especially colored ones...old and new. I just canned some pickled cauliflower in one of my green jars yesterday. Thanks for the chance to win some green jars and pretty things you've made! :-D I found you on FB too! :-)

  9. This is a wonderful and generous giveaway!! Our house was full of Ball jars when I was growing up. My mom canned a lot. It's good to find you on FB too!

  10. Oh, I hope you get to keep a set for yourself since you loved the green canning jars. Ashleigh seriously gets her creativity from her Mom!

  11. Great give away! I have one of these jars. Took a photo with my sunflowers in it and it's already hanging on my wall.

  12. Love these! Found you over at Vintage Farmhouse. I've collected vintage jars for years, but these are pretty cute too! Liked you on FB, thanks for the chance to win!


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