Friday, March 13, 2009

Week Three Give-Away

The host of this week's Blog Giveaway is my old friend Roe of SUNROSE AROMATICS. Roseann creates wonderfully nurturing and pampering aromatherapy products. For the week between Friday, March 13 and Thursday, March 19, you can enter simply by posting a comment in response to this blog entry and take a chance at winning!!!

The prize is:

Facial Scrub w/ Organic Liquid Soap Set:
Pamper your face with all natural

* apricot kernel meal
* organic liquid castile soap

Mix in the palm of your hand & then apply to your face. A wonderful exfoliate!

The following blogs are also participating, so stop over to enter with them for additional chances to win AND the chance to explore some cool blogs.

Herbs from the Labyrinth
Patti’s Potions
PrairieLand Herbs
Aquarian Bath
The Rosemary House
Nature's Gift
Torchsong Studio
The Essential Herbal
Garden Chick - Where the winners from week #2 will be listed :-)
SunRose Aromatics

eep coming back and keep entering. We have some great prizes coming up, and we'll be having the contests til the middle of May!


Emily N. said...

Very nice! I'd like to win.

Andy said...

Come on men, post a comment - you know this would be a pleasant price to receive!

andy *-at-* extracted (.) org

Diane Kidman said...

Boy am I having fun chasing this giveaway around! Would love to win, and I'm enjoying visiting many of you for the first time as well. Will bookmark your blog!

comfrey cottages said...

i won the prize last week from your awesome site and i just wanted to thank you and give you a hug! :)

Anonymous said...

Oh, I would love to win. Enter me too please.

danelle UNDERSCORE 27 AT yahoo DOT com

FairyLover said...

Great giveaway. Great products. Great idea.


Sara said...

How fun this giveaway is - please enter me in your drawing...thanks.

nfmgirl said...

Wonderful! Please count me in. Thank you so much!

Gail said...

Beautiful, lovely products. Add my name please.

galynn92347 at yahoodotcom

Deb said...

Thanks for the opportunity to try such a wonderful sounding product.

I'd love to welcome spring with a fresh new face. ;>



La Tea Dah said...

I'd love to be entered! Thank you --- this set looks yummy for the face!


Dawn said...

What fun! Come for the info and perhaps win a prize. :)

Toronto Girl said...

Sounds wonderful! Please enter me.

Deni said...

I am so confused! I signed up for this before, but I don't think I am getting my email notices. And now Twitter! There must be a oil to inhale or bathe in or swallow, because I feel so very Alice in Wonderland, these days.

Marge said...

Deni, the way this works... each of the blogsites hosting it draw one name on Thursday night (dice roll, random number, whatever) and forward the winner to the owner of the website hosting that week's contest. So she (or he) will have perhaps 12 gifts to mail. I forward our winner's email to the 'host' and she notifies the winner from each site, gets their mailing address, and sends their prize.

If you look at some of the replies, you'll see people left versions of an email address so they can be contacted (or they have it linked to their ID page.)

ie, if I were to post on someone else's page of the contest, I'd probably use something like:
marge at naturesgiftdotcom for the email address. (So the spam harvesters can't just scoop it up.)

Your email isn't on this, so if you are drawn, how do we contact you?

Deni said...

Hi Marge!

I subscribed and I receive updates to the postings by email. Does that allow you to also contact me by email? I am just trying to think of a better way than putting my email here.


Tumbleweed Trails said...

I would love to try these products. Thanks for the opportunity and the generosity.

Marge said...

Deni, I saw your subscription to the "blog update" list come in, so I can email you at that address, or, rather, forward your email to the 'host of the week' to contact you.

But in most cases, it's really better to 'disguise' the address the way some of the entrants have.

Spammers don't bother manually hunting for email addresses. Computers scan for so if you disguise it ... they won't pick it up. Using the word AT instead of an @ is enough.

Marge said...

And the winner was Gail..

response number nine.