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Thursday, June 5, 2014

Redwood V-Trough Deck Planter #Giveaway

My neighbor is very good with her garden. You can tell it's just something she is gifted with. I wish I was this way because I LOVE flowers and plants so much. She can name the plants and trees!

One day my garden dream will come alive though.  Maybe when the kids go off and I"m having too much time on my hands :)

Do you have a garden? Do you want a garden?

Do enter for your chance to win this planter in the Redwood V-Trough Deck Planter #Giveaway!
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 Redwood V-Trough Deck Planter Giveaway & Review
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Holiday Contest and Sweeps recently had the pleasure to review
 24 inch Redwood planter are handcrafted with 100% thick redwood
lumber and will make a striking addition to any deck or patio and also
create a home for your plants or flowers. The craftsmanship that goes
into the embossed flower and leaf design give the planter a attractive
edge and fine line

The craftsmanship that goes into the embossed flower and leaf design
give the planter a attractive edge and fine lines. Since redwood is resistant
to decay, they can be used with or without a insert. One great feature that
I like about them is the three drainage holes in the bottom that help provide
a proper moister level for you plants or flowers.

 The overall outside dimensions are 7.5" W x 28.5" L x 6.75" H.  The inside base of the planter is 24" long. The bottom of the planter measures 5.25" x 25.5" and will
 comfortably sit atop a 6" deck rail. 


This planter will add a touch of decor when used inside or outdoors. The
natural warmness of the wood brings a little something extra as a home
for your summer blooming perennials. Check out these amazing planters
and much more at QMT Windschimes website. You will be amazed at their
beautiful selection of Windchimes, Planters, Bird Feeders and Bird Houses.

A Big Thank You To Our Sponsor
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giveaway will be valid in the Continental United States only. Entrants
must be 18+ years of age to enter. This giveaway will end on  June 26,2014.

Holiday Contest and Sweeps received a sample of this planter for review
purposes only. QMT Windchimes will be responsible for awarding and 
shipping the prize (planter) directly to the winner. The winner will have
48 hours to reply to the prize notification email, failure to reply within this
time frame will result in a disqualification and another winner to be drawn. 


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Colette is a busy mom of 2 kids focusing solely on being a mom. She hails from the Caribbean and now balances the full life of being a SAHM and dabbling in odd jobs to help around the home. She enjoys sharing her memories, hopes, food, travel, entertainment, and product experiences on her blog. Please read my disclosure 
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7 comments:

  1. That is beautiful Colette. When we lived out in Wisconsin and owned our home I had a huge vegetable garden in the back yard and flowers all along the front of my home. It was beautiful and I found gardening very therapeutic. I miss having a garden. Now that we rent all of my plants are in containers and it just isn't the same. I hope that some day you will find time to have a garden! Have a terrific night!

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    1. Thank you Cascia.
      I will definitely keep hope of having a garden and I'm sorry that you no longer have the garden you had before and loved. But maybe in the future again you'll have one.

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  2. I like the Corinthian Bells 65-inch Windchime.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  3. That's a nice looking planter. I'm so not gifted at gardening that I think I've killed our bushes that have lived through everything including harsh winters, by changing their soil and adding mulch for snapdragon flowers (that I put in the same space). The flowers died...now the bushes seem to be croaking too! I took out the fabric, and I may take out the mulch. oy!!

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    1. I"m not good at all either Rosey and I think I might just leave well enough alone. I was thinking to do what you did :)

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  4. I like the I am the Light of the world in bronze windchime

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  5. I love the Corinthian bells - so beautiful!

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I appreciate your thoughts - Colette

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