This 100% Pure Beeswax Tea Light Candles and 100% Pure Beeswax Votive Candles Giveaway is sponsored by the Fort Schuyler Trading Company and as a bonus they are adding a Christmas House Candle Luminary.
To “sweeten the pot”, Crooked Brook is kicking in one, small, Black, Dri Duck 5087 Unisex Outlaw Boulder Cloth™ Jacket with Corduroy Collar and four, 100% cotton, Direct to Garment Printed (DTG) Kitchen Towels.
There is no cost to enter and the winner will receive a prize package consisting of:
- Six, 100% Pure Beeswax Tea Light Candles valued at $9.00
- Four, 100% Pure Beeswax Votive Candles valued at $18.00
- One, Christmas House Candle Luminary valued at $15.00
- One, small, Black, Dri Duck 5087 Unisex Outlaw Boulder Cloth™ Jacket valued at $80.00
- Four, 100% cotton, Direct to Garment Printed (DTG) Kitchen Towels valued at $ 26.00
Total package valued at $148.00
Terms & Conditions:
- You must be 18 years of age or older to enter.
- Crooked Brook will ship the prize to the winner within 30 days of contest end.
- Physical address required for shipping; no PO boxes, US recipients only residing in one of the 48 contiguous states.
- Void Where Prohibited By Law.
- Giveaway is Live And Will End On 12/15
- If Chosen, You Will Have 24 Hours To Respond To The Email Or Another Will Be Chosen.
Enter Below And Good Luck To You~
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Robin Abrams says
I go to my friends holiday parties
What a lovely prize assortment…thanks. I imagine that the candles smell naturally wonderful.
There is a really nice “parade of lights” sort of thing set up in a large park in the city where I live, and it’s a holiday tradition to slowly drive through it while admiring the light displays.
Debbie P says
We go downtown (Chicago) every year to see the Christmas lights and the store windows. And we go and see Santa.
Dana Rodriguez says
We enjoy baking and decorating cookies for gifts. It is a yearly tradition.
I live near the mountains, so we go to the national Forest and cut a tree. Snowshoeing and cocoa add to the fun!
Last year, I started what I think will be a lasting holiday tradition: making homemade chocolate-covered cherries! They were AMAZING. I actually just got home from grocery shopping, and plan to make them tomorrow. 🙂
Anne Perry says
I enjoy baking cookies and pies. We watch holiday films and decorate the yule log.
I always love visiting downtown (Chicago) and doing the touristy things, especially going to Christkindlmarkt.
I love to go downtown (Chicago), and watch people ice skate at Millennium Park. It’s always puts me [even more] in the holiday spirit!
Cathy French says
I wish I could afford to travel to see some relatives this holiday season but cards will have to do this year.
I like to spend a night or two at a small-town B&B every December or January. It’s really fun and cozy, and always a good time spent with friends/family.
I like to go to local craft fairs around the holidays, and purchase a few handmade items such as ornaments.