Honor the Earth Giveaway Grand Prize

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Welcome to the Honor the Earth Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering, rays of bliss and Brittleby’s Corner through the Green Moms Network! Each of the participating blogs is offering a prize package to help you Honor the Earth for Earth Day! While Earth Day comes just once a year, we want to give you ideas on how you can care for the environment every day. After entering my giveaway, be sure to hop around and enter all of the other giveaways listed on the linky at the bottom of this post!

Here on rays of bliss you’ll find the 2 Grand Prize Packages for this fun giveaway hop!

Grand Prize Honor the Earth Prize Package 1Package #1 Includes:

Baby/Toddler BAD Blankie from Nest Bedding ($60 value)

Nest Bedding offers a wide variety of natural and organic products for the bedroom, including bedding, furniture and mattresses. BAD Blankies are made from 2 layers of 55% Hemp & 45% GOTS certified Organic Cotton. All BAD Blankies are USA made by hand and natural in color, with colorful accent stitching to add a splash of color and style. The Baby/Toddler blanket measures 36″ x 54″.

3 Books from Little Pickle Press ($46 value)

Little Pickle Press is a 21st Century publisher dedicated to helping parents and educators cultivate conscious, responsible little people by stimulating explorations of the meaningful topics of their generation through a variety of media, technologies, and techniques. The winner of this giveaway will receive 3 books, What Does it Mean to Be Green?, Sofia’s Dream and A Bird on Water Street. This is a $46.85 value.  You can read rays of bliss’s review of  What Does it Mean to Be Green? here.

Set of DVDs from NCircle Entertainment ($50 value)

NCircle Entertainment offers DVDs that engage your child with entertainment while teaching early learning skills such as reading readiness, science concepts, problem solving tactics, social skills and environmental awareness. Check out WorldWorld, Sid the Science Kid, Pocoyo, Prima Princessa, Dive Olly Dive, Animal Altas and many more fantastic brands! The winner of this giveaway will receive more than $50 worth of DVDs from NCircle Entertainment.

  • Sid the Science Kid: The Bug Club
  • Sid the Science Kid: Going, Going, Green
  • Animal Atlas: Animal Passport
  • Octonauts: To the Gup-X!
  • The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That: Safari, So Good!

 

Grand Prize Honor the Earth Prize Package 2Package #2 Includes:

Toter Composter ($229 value)

The new Toter composter makes composting easy. This complete, fully assembled composting kit has everything you need to start composting today. The wheeled outdoor composter comes ready to use right out of the box and features easy-to-follow composting instructions under the lid. The Toter composting kit also includes a small counter top pail used for measuring compost mix and transporting your food scraps from the kitchen to the outdoor bin.

$50 BuyGreen.com Gift Card

BuyGreen.com provides a great buying experience by offering a wide range of products, the tools you need to understand why a product qualifies as ‘green’, and superior customer service. You will find the widest range of environmentally friendly product, including bamboo clothing, green home environmental products, natural organic products, biodegradable and compostable tableware and solar powered products, just to name a few. The winner of this giveaway will receive a $50 BuyGreen.com gift card to shop for earth-friendly products.

Enter the Giveaway

One lucky reader will win Prize Package #1 and another one will win Prize Package #2! This giveaway is open to US only, ages 18+. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!
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Comments

  1. Paula Ball says:

    I recycle everything that can be recycled, I compost, I don’t eat meat. I feed wildlife, I garden organically.

  2. elizabeth findlay says:

    Love the composter which would be great for my garden and the DVD’s for the special needs kids I work with at a high school.

  3. I’m eating more organic foods

  4. We will continue to explore more options for composting!

  5. Danielle Papsis says:

    We recycle as much as we can and garden organically.

  6. Donna Warrington says:

    I truly believe that EVERYTHING is recycleable and that’s exactly what I do….recycle.

  7. Whitney Butler says:

    One, recycling. Two, picking up trash I see when walking my dog and son. Three, cloth diapering.

  8. We are eating less meat, we just ordered glass straws, we are using cloth diapers from day 1 with our baby that is due in july, I recently made reusable “boogie wipes” so we don’t use Kleenex anymore, and we’re trying to buy less plastic, especially one time use products.

  9. Megan Ramsey says:

    My family recycles as much as we can through our trash company. We also started using cloth diapers part time.

  10. We bring cloth bags when we go shopping-no more plastic!

  11. I am using cloth diapers for our son…and actively composting. We have been trying to eat more whole foods that don’t come in excessive packaging! – Jessica Malik

  12. I use cloth diapers, I recycle, I buy food Organic Food and shop at the Farmers Market with my reusable bags. Most importantly though I teach my children to respect the environment, and to reduce, reuse, recycle.

  13. We recycle, compost, grow our own veggies, cloth diaper, and try to repurpose as much as possibly

  14. Kristen V says:

    We recycle and buy local produce

  15. Sarah Hayes says:

    i try to use unpaper towels when i can. i also use cloth diapers and wipes

  16. Recycle – of course. Cloth diapering, garden, joined a Co-Op, use cloth bags for shopping, and reduce plastic waste buy using reusable water bottles, containers, etc.

  17. Shannon says:

    We compost all our non-meat kitchen scraps. It is so easy and helps the garden so much!! We also sort out our cans, glass, and most paper and take it to the recycler (no curbside service for recycling here in the country). It doesn’t take much to make a difference!!

  18. We like to recycle

  19. Nice giveaway thanks for the opportunity

  20. we cloth diaper and recycle. This year I’d like to start composting

  21. Laura D says:

    We have cloth diapered our son since birth. We also recycle and only use cloth wipes to clean messes (no paper towels).

  22. angela zimba says:

    Reuse, buy used, recycle

  23. Stacy Harrington Calhoun says:

    we recycle, replant, and looking into composting

  24. Sarah Vist says:

    We use cloth diapers and wipes!!

  25. sheri anderson says:

    I’m a really serious recycler, thanks!!

  26. Adding composting to my tasks. We already recycle and reuse items but composting was next on the list to get done.

  27. Tatiana Bartlett says:

    we compost and recycle everything!

  28. We are composting and growing more vegetables.

  29. I recycle cans and use soy candles for cleaner burning

  30. Jessica B says:

    I am going to start cloth diapering.

  31. Allyson Bossie says:

    I am putting a bucket under my tap to catch all water (like running until hot to wash dishes) and use it in my washing machine. I catch rain water to water my garden and plants, and I hang all laundry out to dry.

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