Friday, August 3, 2012

Choose to Reuse Giveaway



Choose To Reuse

Thank you for joining us for The Choose To Reuse Giveaway Hop! This wonderful event is hosted by The Organic TimesHappy Mothering & Earth Faerie Momma. There are blogs participating and each one of them has a giveaway worth $25 or more. This event will end Friday, August 17th at 11:59pm EST. After you enter my giveaway be sure to hop on over to the other blogs!

As a review blogger I tend to gain a lot of 'stuff' in the process. I have reviewed some great companies that I just don't have a need for the product right now. Maybe you do though! I have compiled a few items that are not being used, that I wanted to see if my readers may have a use for. This giveaway is for USA only as I am mailing it directly.

My Prize package:

Green Garmento Bag $9.99


Plarn Soda Can Holder by Lime Grasshopper  $6.00


Box of Swag


Box of stuff I have gotten from Conscious Box and other review sites that I just don't need. This will be a random box, with great finds!! Valued over $20
a Rafflecopter giveaway


Disclaimer: A Year of Jubilee Reviews and the other Choose To Reuse bloggers are not responsible for unfulfilled prizes.




50 comments:

  1. I love to reuse jars to hold leftovers

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  2. "throwaway" sippy cups and spoons. plastic solo cups, plastic forks and knives.

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  3. Glass jars, plastic food containers, kleenex boxes, show boxes, and anything else I can think of a use for.

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  4. I reuse jars, especially very large mayonnaise and pickle jars. They're great for kids' craft projects, for holding small items like tacks, paper clips, pencils and pens, to collect used oil and grease. My kids use them, too, to hold bugs, when they go out collecting.

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  5. We reuse glass for everything. Storage, crafts, glass can be reused for anything.

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  6. We cloth diaper and try to reuse as much as possible including finding things on curbs and repurposing them

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  7. plastic food containers, I use rags not paper towels

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  8. I reuse jars, food containers.

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  9. I reuse milk jugs for watering cans for a while before recycling. Reuse shirts or socks with holes as cleaning rags.

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  10. Glass jars and wine bottles! I love the way they look and they are functional as other objects!

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  11. I use reusable water bottles! I alos reused my prom dress 3 times at prom! First time i went i used it as i bought it, then next year I cut so it went from floor length to knee length! finaly for senior prom i cover it in duct tape! :D

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  12. We resuse plastic zip top bags

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  13. I refill/reuse glass drink bottles.

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  14. We reuse food jars - they are great for storing small items!

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  15. Jars,plastic bags,paper bags
    rierie11booger (@) yahoo.com

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  16. We reuse jars from food products like pickle jars or red sauce jars - - Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  17. i reuse paper bags and reuse plastic bags...plastic silverware too

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  18. I reuse plastic garbage bags and solo cups.
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  19. We reuse all plastic bags and glass jars.

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  20. Glass jars and drink containers.

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  21. Jars & plastic containers are perfect for cereal

    eg kaufman

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  22. I reuse medicine bottles for crafts

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  23. I reuse anything I can come up with a use for! I use my cardboard egg cartons for planting seeds, plastic and glass containers for storing food or art/office supplies, I use old clothes or towels to make rags for cleaning and when I forget my cloth bags and get paper at the grocery store, I save them to use for packing when I mail something or to absorb grease when I cook something in oil.:)

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  24. I have cloth napkins, so we reuse those. I save glass jars for storage, and just found a local place to get eggs so I will be saving my egg cartons. I use reusable grocery bags.

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  25. We try to reuse everything! We three small kids just about everything can be used for a craft project, cardboard boxes, plastic bottles, scrap paper, old clothes, and egg cartons. We also always reuse giftbags and tissue paper.
    l_dog542 at yahoo dot com

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  26. We cloth diaper, reuse jars, use old t shirts to make bags, we try to reuse everything we can.

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  27. We don't use paper towels or plastic bags. We don't use wrapping paper but reuse fabric.

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  28. We reuse printer paper by letting our son color on it, then we save the colored pages to use as thank you notes for family.

    mugsymcg46 at yahoo dot com

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  29. glass jars - store dried herbs and tea leaves in them.
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  30. I reuse grocery bags, packing materials that come with packages I receive, & everything else I can.

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  31. Butter and sour cream tubs - these work great to pack leftovers in.

    savewish@yahoo.com

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  32. Any tubs, jars, pie pans, toilet paper rolls, newspapers, magazines, pretty much anything we can.

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  33. I reuse anything I can find a use for. Foil pans, glass jars, plastic containers, plastic grocery bags. We use newspapers to line the bottom of the bunny's cage.
    beh2351@frontier.com

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  34. I reuse plastic grocery bags.
    arifamily@comcast.net

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  35. Sour cream, yogurt, and pesto containers - they are perfect for leftovers.

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  36. Jars, grocery bags and bottles. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  37. Clothing scraps, spare buttons, food containers.

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  38. I reuse plastic bags, fabric scraps and paper scraps.

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  39. I reuse bags, bottles, and jars

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  40. I save all grccery bags and some plastic bowls from food items

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  41. I reuse grocery bags, bottles, baggies, dryer sheets.

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  42. We use reusable paper towels, wipes and cloth diapers!

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  43. No really, I use cloth toilet paper because I am a tightwad (no pun intended)

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