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{Giveaway!} – MasonJar Primitives

*UPDATE* 
And the winner of the $20 giftcard to MasonJar Primitives and chosen by Random.org is…

TARA QUACKENBUSH! 

Darlin’, I know you are going to love the heck out of this prize. MJP melts have been burning in my house non-stop and I still can’t get enough.

Thanks again to Suzy, my homegirl back from the land of rolling wheat fields, aka Colfax, and her daughter and creative candle melt genius, Christina, for providing us this fantastic giveaway.

And remember, even if you didn’t win. Be sure to stop by the shop and pick something up for yourself or someone you love.
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Before we know it fall time will be over and the pumpkin smell will dissipate from our homes. It is a sad day when the holidays are over and we are forced to smell the mundane and lack luster smells of normalcy. Sorry, I’m just a little attached to the smell of pumpkin pies and fall – anything other than that smell just doesn’t compare and doesn’t rank on my smell-o-meter. 

(Lumps of Coal in Plumberry Spice – smells like sweet pine)
But one way to prolong that smell a little longer is with some melts and candles. You can’t deny that they do give you the aroma that you crave, permeating the home and transporting you back to the holidays. Nothing wrong with that! And now with all of the fabulous candles and melts you can find in stores, you can get that smell all year long. The only downside being that candles get really expensive! When was the last time that you found a good jar candle for less than twenty bucks? 
(Melts in Southern Creme Brulee, Banana Nut Bread, Apple Spice, Cinnamon Mocchiato)
Well, no more! This week I will be giving away a $20 giftcard for MasonJar Primitives. I was turned on to MJP by a friend of mine Suzy, who lives back in my beloved Palouse. Her daughter Christina is the maker of the most mouthwatering smells that MJP has to offer. 
(Bar – Hootenanny Christmas, Snowman – Almond Rum Cake, Acorn – Sugar Corn Pudding)
Christina is a Marine-wife living on the east coast, raising two beautiful boys and providing a loving and nurturing household for her family. When her first born, Mason, was diagnosed with respiratory issues as a wee pup she thought her candle burning would be put on indefinite hiatus. But with the melts she’s created, she can plug in an electric and make her home smell utterly delicious without running the risk of putting her boys health into jeopardy. And with two rambuncious boys padding around, candles also posed a safety issue as well. Hence, the melts.

(Carmel Dipped Apple in Pumpkin Apple Tart flavor)
Her candle melty deliciousness is all made by her, lovingly packed and shipped through her Etsy shop, MasonJar Primitives. And it’s all fabulously priced! The $20 gift card will go a long way to making your house smell incredible all year long.
Giveaway Details:
Mandatory for Entry:
Stop by Christina’s Etsy shop and leave a comment telling me what you would buy if you were the lucky winner!
Additional Entries:

~Like me on Facebook, leaving me a comment you did.
~ Follow me on Twitter, leaving me a comment you did.
~ Become a Google Follower, leaving me a comment you did.
~ Tweet about this giveaway, leaving me a comment yada yada yada.
~ Share this giveaway on Facebook, and leave me a comment here!
That’s a total of 6 entries. 6 chances to make your house smell delicious all year ’round.
This giveaway will conclude on Friday, October 21st. Now, go enter and make your home smell incredible. 
*Obligatory Author’s Note – I was provided with these melts by Christina to test out and review. The opinions are my own. I’m so delighted to be given this set to review and help promote a hard working military wife and mother.*

   

19 Responses to “{Giveaway!} – MasonJar Primitives”

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    Tara — October 15, 2011 @ 10:38 pm

    Yummy I love all things that make my house smell good!!! I'm a candle addict!

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    Dzoli — October 15, 2011 @ 10:59 pm

    I find candles cheap in thrift shop.For couple of bucks;)As I am on restricted budget but do love scented candles that is ideal solution for me;)

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    Aimee — October 16, 2011 @ 12:50 pm

    Just went to the site and it's closed right now and says 0 items for sale (hope everything is okay)! Love the caramel apple dipped one, too cute.

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    Anonymous — October 16, 2011 @ 5:01 pm

    Oh to have my home smell like I am always cooking something wonderful!! But the vintage wrapped lotion or soaps are just my style! Terri payton

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    Willows Edge Farm — October 17, 2011 @ 12:16 am

    Oh my gosh – I'm almost afraid I'll eat them! …

    Gingerbread Tart is 3" tall by 2"wide just under 1oz. Choose from 4 great scents!!
    **Buttered Gingerbread
    **Maple Walnut Fudge
    **Praire Maple Butter
    **Mulled Cider

    YUM!

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    Willows Edge Farm — October 17, 2011 @ 12:17 am

    OK, you're my Cleaver gal on FB :-)

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    Willows Edge Farm — October 17, 2011 @ 12:17 am

    And I follow ya on Twitter.

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    comfortablydomestic.com — October 17, 2011 @ 3:55 am

    I am loving those vintage script wrapped mason jars! So cute!

    And you know that I follow you everywhere. :)

    Kirsten

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    Sarah @ pão e queijo — October 18, 2011 @ 2:37 pm

    What a cute shop! I love the Sweet Shop Melting Bricks, they must smell divine!

    sarahepardee at gmail dot com

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    Sarah @ pão e queijo — October 18, 2011 @ 2:37 pm

    I'm a fan of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver on Fb.

    sarahepardee at gmail dot com

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    Anonymous — October 18, 2011 @ 5:54 pm

    Would love the Christmas Cookie Jar Tarts!

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    Kvetchin' Kitchen — October 18, 2011 @ 9:08 pm

    Total nerd alert, but I think the Abe Lincoln Tarts are darling – and cider?? Hellooooo! Yum-ville – in my nose.

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    Kvetchin' Kitchen — October 18, 2011 @ 9:08 pm

    And I stalk you on The Twitter

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    Kvetchin' Kitchen — October 18, 2011 @ 9:08 pm

    And Bookface, of course.

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    Kvetchin' Kitchen — October 18, 2011 @ 9:11 pm

    And I tweeted the sh*t outta this.

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    Brooke — October 19, 2011 @ 3:06 am

    Oooohhh… I'd love the Halloween bricks! And I love the big primitive Santas! Kayoot! I'm off to follow on Twitter!

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    Anonymous — October 19, 2011 @ 11:53 pm

    Hi everyone! I'm Christina, the owner of MasonJarPrimitives! I'm so glad everyone likes my shop, means a lot! All my tarts are soy with a great primitive/ grubby look! They all last 8-10 hours or longer! The melt in any warmer, and you don't have to worry about any flames! Good luck everyone, and feel free to ask me any questions! Blessings:)

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    Tamara Salvetti — December 29, 2011 @ 4:13 am

    Wow Christina! Love all your scented Goods!

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    Anonymous — February 14, 2012 @ 5:38 am

    She does NoT make her items she has for sale! They are made by bridgeway primitives wholesales.

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