This week we're featuring Bluewick and sharing the love by giving out 3 Bluewick candles. Below are the various ways you can win:
- Facebook Raffle: The inspiration for the fragrances for Bluewick candles are from Art's memories as a child. If you could create a fragrance to represent a special memory, what memory would you select and what fragrances would you use? Join our Facebook Page and earn a raffle entry when you post your answer on our wall by 2/13/11.
- YouTube Raffle: Subscribe to our YouTube channel and earn 1 raffle entry when you answer the question in our Bluewick YouTube video. You must post your answer as a comment to the video in YouTube by 2/13/11.
- Blog Raffle: Bluewick changed the packaging on most of their collections to an clear jar with screw top lid. The new design is efficient and eco-friendly. If you were to create a poured candle line, what would you use as your container? Post your answer as a comment to this blog post by 2/13/11 for 1 raffle entry.
We'll announce the 3 raffle winners on Monday, February 14th. Good luck!
We will ship the prize packages to any continental US address. Fragrances vary.
I would use wine glasses! I follow on twitter @hairgirl1966 and on fb - Becky Mapes JahnkeReplyDelete
champagne glasses or wood bark :) twitter follower @cdmtx65 and FB fan - Claudia Mcgee :)ReplyDelete
I would design candles with vintage inspired packaging in creme, black, and gold. I would want the containers to look non-traditional, because I like when my candles can double as decor for my table.ReplyDelete
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I would have the container be cylinder shaped glass container. For me these are the most functional.ReplyDelete
Mine would be vintages containers - love the old stuffReplyDelete
I would uses thick, glass vessels, possibly with a smokey tone, similar to Aquiesse's.ReplyDelete
I would use old containers found in old markets! like re using a bottle that once had hold a lovely cologne that now doesn't exist anymore. if that would be difficult to do , then I would use glass imitating those simple bottles with a stop pointer in glass as if inside instead of a candle there was liquid.ReplyDelete
by the way I can't enter the draw as I live outside the US but anyway, if this comment stays here anyway, that would be my pleasure. xxReplyDelete
I would used recycled glass, the way companies are starting to make kitchen backsplashes and countertops. The vessels could be mosaic print, or just a solid color, but each vessel would be created from recycled glass and materials and each vessel would be a unique work of art.ReplyDelete
Ohhhhhh I LOVE Caitlin's idea! Awesome! Love the mosaic vessel idea the most. I was just looking at mosaic tiles in Michael's and was thinking they would make beautiful candle containers if someone could put it together nicely! :))ReplyDelete
I would go with a really simple container. I would want a frosted smokey glass. I like dark, thick glass far more then clear-glass. The packaging would be important too.
I would use canning jars! They can be easily reused! I hate throwing away used glass candle jars.ReplyDelete
Old mason jars would be cool.ReplyDelete
I would have to go with the vintage inspired glass containers as well. Love the old style jars. Also the old fashioned cut white (milk glass)glass containers would be pretty filled with a colored poured candle.ReplyDelete
I follow on twitter @OnlyMe3074ReplyDelete
The container I would use would be spice jars, the really cool one's you get at spice markets in the Orient!ReplyDelete
Salsa jars because no one uses them. They're creative in my mindReplyDelete
My memory would be the scent of candy, like the penny candy we would buy from the corner store.It was the first thing we could smell when we entered. The scent would be subtle, slightly sweet and fruity.ReplyDelete
tea parties with my sister had a great impression on me, so i'd put it in a tea cup and make it smell like green tea.ReplyDelete
Congratulations to Becky Mapes Jahnke! You won this Bluwick blog giveaway.ReplyDelete