Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Enter our Eco-Friendly GIVEAWAY for a chance to win some great prizes!

Here is your chance to win some cool home furnishing items. Terra Furnishings is giving away the following items from our website collection:

The lovely serving bowl is from our newly released line of pottery made by Mike Kuhn at Barefoot Pottery. The Wine Angle is a creative design from Mark Elliot at Elliot Woodworking and has been recently featured on Green Your Decor and Shak In Style.

To enter, post a comment in this blog thread telling us about something you've purchased or done in the last six months to make your household more eco-friendly. You can receive extra entries for any of the following for a maximum total of five entries per person:
  • Blog about this contest or our website, http://www.terrafurnishings.com/
  • Make our blog a favorite on Technorati
  • Become a "follower" of our blog
  • Add our logo button or link to your sidebar
Please leave your email address in your comment or have it public on your blog so that we can contact you. Entries with no contact information will be disqualified. Limited to one prize per person. Can only ship to U.S. addresses.

The drawing will be held at 10 pm EST on Halloween night, October 31st and the winners will be announced here. The winners will be chosen by Random.org.

Good luck from Terra Furnishings!

142 comments:

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

We decided to fork over the extra cash to get the Eco Friendly light bulbs, we are also going for the eco friendly cleaning supplies!

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

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I am a follower!

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Eco Aussie said...

Thanks for the entries Mommyhood. We are really excited about our first of many giveaways. Good luck! and don't forget to tell your friends.

Kristie said...

We have started recycling and leaving more of our appliances and lights off.

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Jennae said...

- Instead of buying new bottles of juice every time we go grocery shopping, we now buy frozen juices, which cuts back drastically on packaging. And we recycle the packaging that they come in. We've also stopped buying paper towels altogether in favor of regular, reusable towels.

- I faved your blog on Technorati: http://technorati.com/faves/greenyourdecor

- I'll be blogging about this giveaway on friday, so I'll come back and post a link to it once I do.

Email: jennae {at} greenyourdecor {dot} com

Stacy said...

We replaced our 50 year old windows. Saves us money to in the long run.

hetz-junk@hotmail.com

ldigman said...
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ldigman said...

Great contest! Good way to share ideas.

I have finally used up all my started store (fund raising) bought wrapping paper, which is not always easily recyclable. Why? Many of the store bought wrapping papers are made of combinations of materials, which can't be separated easily to recycle.

I wrap all my gifts in newspaper (comics add color), fabric (scarves, pillow cases, old clothing, etc.), bubble wrap, which came with something sent to me, or I do not wrap the gift at all, if the packaging is good enough. My last gift given to a young child child was put in a Hello Kitty purse (I bet Mommyhood is thankless would have liked it) which was purchased from the Salvation Army for $2.99, Inside went 3 items; Chico reusable bag, natural toothpaste and a Recycline Preserve toothbrush.

Info on toothbrush found on environment.about.com/:
Recycline Preserve toothbrush designed by dentists, is made out of polypropylene plastic that has been recycled from used Stonyfield Yogurt cups. When a Preserve toothbrush reaches the end of its effective life, consumers can either put it out on the curb in the blue bin with other recyclables (if your community offers #5 plastics recycling), or send it back to Recycline in a postage-paid envelope supplied to you with your purchase. It will then likely be reborn again as raw material for a picnic table, deck, boardwalk or other durable long-lasting product.

Cheers~

windycindy said...

Pottery is my weakness. Gorgeous bowl! The color matches my kitchen. The wine angles are very unique, also! Our family made a commitment
early in the year to become more green. We turned down the temperature on our water heater and take shorter showers. The thermostat is turned up in the summer and will be turned down during the winter months. Instead of just making a car trip for one errand, we wait until we have several errands to run! I guess that is a pretty good beginning. Thanks for a delightful giveaway drawing. Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Abby said...

I just bought an eco friendly yoga mat.

ajcmeyer At go DOT com

VickeC said...

we put up a clothes line to use then the weather was nice an not use the dryer,it has saved a lot in utility bills an does waste engery an the clothes smell great,havent used frabric sheets anymore for the dryer,cause ive not used the dryer in over 3 months now

vlbelk(at)hotmail.com

VickeC said...

I am a subscriber

Xenia S said...

We bought a water purifier pitcher and now keep tap water in the fridge so instead of opening bottled water we can pour a cold glass whenever we want. We also fill up reusable cups and bottles to take with us to cut down on the waste, too.

Thanks for the giveaway, gorgeous serving bowl and wine angles!
xpsundell(at)gmail(dot)com

Jennifer said...

We have cut back on paper towels and napkins and are using cloth towels instead.

Jingle said...

Love these!!! Well, we have been doing many things for quite some time, but my latest venture has been using my scraps and now coke cans and paper bags and junk mail to create upcycled journals and other upcycled art items. I am loving it because the stuff looks SO cool and it keeps the trash out of the landfills! I am not a follower of your blog! Thanks for the giveaway!

Jingle said...

Do I need to post again to tell you that I'm a follower? LOL! Well, here you go! I did! LOL!

Melissa said...

I recently purchased several canvas grocery bags to use rather
than the plastic bags when shopping.

Thanks,
melissa.eschler@gmail.com

echoeve said...

We have been collecting cans for the school.

thanks for the try

Super Blogger Girl! said...

We just bought an energy saving fridge and dish washer, they both have green settings that save energy and water, we may even get to write them off on our taxes, YAY!

PeaceOut said...

Hello!

I bought one of your Double Twist stools and a Buddha panel. I have received so many compliments on the pieces. I am looking forward to adding more.
For bloggers who do not know why the pieces are eco-friendly/green:

My stool and panel are made out of the limb of the tree. The tree is not cut down and will continue living for many years. I could not believe that limbs of trees could get so big! The finishes are non toxic as well.

Hope I win the beautiful bowl.
MD

Ashley said...

We replaced all our light bulbs with CFL bulbs.

Jessica said...

One thing I've done is started to recycle again. For some reason I just stopped this summer, but after reading an article on how much it helps, I have gotten back in the swing of things.
I also buy the new eco light bulbs as needed to replace old ones.

Terra Furnishings said...

Thanks everybody for all the great eco-friendly ideas so far! We'll do a top 20 list when the giveaway is over. Don't forget to tell your friends about the contest.

Thanks Peaceout for the kind words about our products. We pride ourselves on bringing you quality products that are functional and eco-friendly.

Yelowflower said...

we have started using cloth bags at the grocery and also the eco friendly light bulbs.


http://yelowflowersgarden.blogspot.com/

Rachel Ann said...

I have a friend who is very eco-friendly and I have been paying attention to her tidbits!

I have bought re-useable grocery bags as a start to being eco-friendly!

SweetMeat said...

I made a non-working 50s blender into a lamp! Love it!

Chrissy said...

We've started to make our own all natural, chemical free cleaners to use around the house. It's great because we help the environment and save money at the same time! Thanks!

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Sandy said...

we replaced the bulbs as they burned out with energy saving bulbs mrs.mommyyatgmail.com

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miss bliss said...

It's not too much, but we've started recycling. It's amazing hot much we used to throw out, that can now be recycled!

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Hayley said...

We have gone (almost} cold turkey with bottled water and we have switched to cloth napkins and fluorescent light bulbs!

oreo89 [at] gmail [dot] com

quitecontrary1977 said...

We bought stainless steel water bottles and said bye bye to Evian.

hminnesota said...

we bought eco friendly light bulbs and replaced all across the house.
herry123_us@live.com

bison61 said...

I do not buy bottled water any more, I also stopped buying paper plates, paper towels and napkins. I recycle everything I can and compost the rest

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

Happy Housewife and Penny Pincher Woman said...

I bought a huge box of CFL bulbs and replaced every bulb in my home.

Http://happyhousewifey.blogspot.com
Great source for savings

Happy Housewife and Penny Pincher Woman said...

I added your button on my blog

Happy Housewife and Penny Pincher Woman said...

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neko03 said...

Started to recycle plastics, it's a start :-)
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Mel said...

Beautiful Bowl! I'm a sucker for bowls, particularly hand crafted bowls.

What we've done is replace our bulbs with the new Eco Friendly ones as well, no more paper plates or cups, I clean with Vinegar and water, paper get recycled by a school program where they get money...

blueviolet said...

We finally converted all of our lightbulbs to eco-friendly bulbs and we recycle anything and everything!
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Elizabeth

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Terra Furnishings said...

Thanks again everybody for all the posts, links and follows about our giveaway. We are really enjoying reading all your comments.

Check back on our site, www.terrafurnishings.com for new product launches in the near future! We will be adding more pottery and furniture and are also planning to add a new line of eco-friendly jewelry from one of the finest craftsmen we've seen.

Once again, good luck in the giveaway and thanks for stopping by!

Mama Zen said...

We made the switch to green cleaning products!

Amanda said...

We have switched our lightbulbs and I have been making fabric grocery bags for myself and family.

cbahm said...

I love that bowl! My most recent eco-act was when we began using fluorescent bulbs to save energy. And I've begun collecting cloth shopping bags to avoid using so much plastic.

Thanks for the giveaway!

carolyn [dot] bahm [at] gmail [dot] com

michelle said...

I have started eliminating all chemical cleaners in our home and am switching over to natural products or using simple vinegar, baking soda, or other household ingredients to clean with.

michelle at northofthe49 dot com

cpullum said...

We changed our lighting to be more Ec-Friendly! They showed us how at our local fair!

Carla
cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

Carolyn said...

I switched to the good old fashioned broom and mop. Don't buy Swiffer Stuff anymore!

Carolyn
shelt28@yahoo.com
thebarberbunch.blogspot.com

Chi said...

I switched to energy efficient light bulbs :D Good for the evironment AND your waller :D

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Mistress Meeyee said...

Well, it's kind of a simple one but I made a holder for all of the plastic grocery bags so I can reuse them and I mostly carry groceries in tote bags when I don't have too many.

Cool Crafty Mom said...

We got a front load washer to conserve water. It seems to really help.

kagey10 said...

I make my own laundry detergent.

Next up, making my own dishwasher detergent. we have a HUGE thing of cascade now, so when we run out.
But no waste and saving lots of money too! and no icky petroleum on our clothes either!

karissag at gmail.com

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jenny said...

realy love the bowel its realy nice

meenab23 said...

canvas bags at the grocery store, eco friendly lights, crafting from things that would otherwise be junk...the list goes on.

Rachel E. said...

Love that bowl. www.racheleng.com {use the contact page to reach me}

Meaghan said...

I wanted to let you know that I finally launched my website www.getthebean.com. We are selling all sorts of great coffee's, teas and treats.

To celebrate the launch we are doing a ton of giveaways. If you would like to get in on it check out www.getthebean.blogspot.com

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Thanks so much!

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debblou said...

I use non paper/plastic for all shopping. Use cold water for laundry. When running water to get hot for washing dishes, I collect the cold water and use it to water my plants and animals.

Ruby (Mouth) said...

I use bottles that I buy from the store and use them over again buying the little powder refills, plus I also take my cloth bag for shopping when I go to the grocery store or book store. I even use it at the Mall.

angelleslament @ gmail.com

Whimsical Creations said...

We have changed out lightbulbs and had insulation blown in.

=) melanie
http://melaniescrafts.blogspot.com
melanieadey at hotmail dot com

Jennifer said...

I really need to become Eco-Friendly...I don't think I do a good enough job right now...but I do buy greenworks cleaning supplies!
jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

noreen said...

I just got a bunch of totes for the store and lots of reusable bottle

Minxy Mimi said...

We recycle, changed to energy efficient light bulbs and I buy green cleaners!
mimibunny31@gmail.com

Kristan said...

we have some energy-efficient bulbs and some regular, but i try to only use the lights that have energy efficient ones. and we recycle and i try to keep lights off as much as possible.
andrewandkristan(at)hotmail(dot)com

Wehaf said...

I've been switching all my bulbs to CFL as they burn out, and I started recycling batteries, too!

urchiken at gmail dot com

Tina said...

We've added a compost bin to the backyard and we're using eco-friendly cleaning products. tinawittmer(at)yahoo(dot)com

Ginny said...

Oh I love that bowl!

I've been taking all of my paper to the school for recycling & a fundraiser program. I've bought canvas bags for shopping, I bought some fabric napkins to stop using so much paper & I recycle everything else our garbage takes!

Ginny said...

I'm following this blog

Ginny said...

Blogged ~ http://momcontests.blogspot.com/2008/10/handmade-pottery-bowl-wine-angle.html

Ginny said...

Fav'd on technorati (scrappyd)

LJ said...

We've changed all of our bulbs to energy efficient, put up a clothesline, recycle, turned down the thermostat and used less a/c.

Brandon said...

instead of using plastic baggies in my boys school lunches I've used containers which I can wash and keep on reusing. Also instead of juice boxes I use there thremos.

I'd love to win. Thanks for the chance.
Melissa
melissa33brew@yahoo.com

RecycleCindy said...

I save nearly everything in hopes of using it for a recycled crafting project. Recently I found using the old green netting from lettuce can be used to create a wonderful greenie. I add a little cotton with the netting and it makes into a cool greenie for scrubbing. Please consider me for your giveaway. Thanks.

Timster said...

We decided to fork over the extra cash to get the Eco Friendly light bulbs.

Jenny said...

We are participating in Crunchy Domestic Goddess's Ditch the Disposables challenge. I am using cloth hankies instead of tissues whenever possible, and we aren't using paper towels anymore. (We already cloth diapered before it started.)

the_other_alice_(at)yahoo.com

mommyjen99 said...

We made a recyling area so its easier for everyone (including the little ones) to seperate trash from recyclables.
thanks
jen62728@aol.com

torinem said...

We have been trying to use tote bags instead of plastic bags for as much as possible.

torinem said...

Blogged about it:

http://nemeceks.blogspot.com/2008/10/giveaways.html

ignoramoose said...

I'm using vinegar as a cleaning product whenever and wherever I can--it's a fantastic carpet cleaner when mixed with hot water! It's also great in the laundry as a fabric softener. It's the original "green" cleaning product!

ignoramoose (at) gmail (dot) com

Tina said...

We have been unplugging things that are not in use (we heard it on Oprah!)


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Eco Aussie said...

Thanks again everybody for the entries. We are enjoying reading your ideas.

Less than two weeks until the drawing!

Stacey Moore said...

new light bulgs and natural cleanings supplies!

thanks!
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Eco-office Gals said...

Just found your site through someone that also responded to a giveaway I was doing! Great stuff!! I try to go green every little step I can. We recycle, buy organic as much as $$ allows, CFL's but my big project is y "free" 1980 mobile home, we got it free and doing a remodel, reusing, recycling and buying lightly used every chance we get!thanks!
Jen

keckie83 said...

We have purchased eco friendly lightbulbs and use them in every room of our house.

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LJ said...

Just stumbled on to your site. I am in love with some of the stools and am following your blog! Thanks!

Lori
hobag@rocketmail.com

Terra Furnishings said...

Lori,

Thanks for the nice comment about our stools. We are very proud of the products we carry and will be adding a lot of new items over the next few months. Please check back often and let us know what you think!

Scott
Terra Furnishings

valerie2350 said...

Tote bags to use for groceries!

saskia said...

Well, I had no clue you had this blog, so I'll follow, put you on my blog roll, and tell you what I have done in the last 6 months to be for eco- friendly.... well, I do a lot of stuff. I've planted a butt load of trees... I quit eatting meat and my family joined me on the bandwagon (best thing you can do for our environment) I make all my food from scratch, rarely do I buy processed, I use cloth menstrual products, son uses cloth diapers, I use cloth shopping bags... listen, the list is endless. I hope that's enough :)

Condo Blues said...

Yesterday I used a mixture of vinegar and water to clean my windows inside and out for fall. I'm also experimenting with making my own laundry detergent.

saskia said...

let's see, I compost, don't have papertowels in my home, buy organic as much as I can, homeschool my kids, use natural cleaning products and hygiene products... I use those light bulbs to... our basement was done with insulated concrete forms, more energy efficient... I planted a garden, and some fruit trees. Okay, now I'll stop

boobles2 said...

I buy the eco friendly cleaning supplies

judybrittle said...

I won a box of eco friendly light bulbs from Microsoft so now my whole house just has those. We use cloth bags for grocery shopping and I'm making my own cleaning products. Thank you!
judybrittle at aol dot com

redfuzzycow said...

we have swapped all of our lightbulbs for CFLs

andeeram said...

We've stopped buying bottled water & are using refillable bottles.

Sock Monkey Greetings said...

We have started using reusable market bags when we go grocery shopping so we don't use plastic bags.

coriwestphal said...

I make all of my own cleaning supplies. It's way cheaper and way healthier for my family as well as the environment. Thanks for the great contest!

- Marybeth I. said...

I either buy green cleaning supplies or make my own. It is taking forever to get rid of the old stuff though. Today I made a vinegar and water spray

sito50 said...

I got my SO to put a large enough basket on my bike so I can carry more groceries home without having to take the car.

Knitmomma said...

reusable grocery sacks, and use reusable sports bottle and coffee travel mugs more (working on remembering more consistantly!)

greengirl said...

We've been slowly doing things to make our lives more green. Most recently, I started a compost pile.

Kelly said...

We *finally* started using re-usable grocery bags! Woohoo!

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Kelly said...

And am now following the blog!

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CutieFruity/TaylorFam said...

I started cloth diapering my babies. It has saved so much time, energy,
and money to not have to go to the store and buy box after box of diapers that fill up the dump. And they are so much cuter!

stormvikki said...

We built a home, and put in an energy efficient heating system. The house is placed to obtain maximum results from solar heating. We purchase energy efficient bulbs and have cut down on waste.

Terra Furnishings said...

Thanks for all the recent entries and comments.

Just a reminder, please leave some contact info in your posts or on your blogger profile so we can get in touch with you if you win.

Good Luck from Terra Furnishings!

Sunny said...

We only drive one car.
We started to recycle, yes we just now started. (ashamed)
We are a little behind the times.

karree said...

OK, this might be a bit gross, but we have 3 dogs and we just started getting the bio degradeable poop bags.

toddlermommy said...

We have a six pack of canvas totes and now refuse plastic bags at any rettailer still using them. I love to find unique and cool totes!

Kendra H. said...

To become more "eco-friendly" we have switched to eco friendly cleaning supplies as well as recycle anything we can.

Thanks!
Kendra
http://sugarlipsdesignstudio.com
sugarlipsdesigns@gmail.com

ccswch said...

We've put up a clothes line and started using cloth napkins 90% of the time. We also use vinegar and baking soda for cleaning instead of chemicals, and use cloth diapers, but those aren't really new to us :)

ccswch@yahoo.com

candace said...

I've switched to Green cleaning products and thrown out the paper towels...yes, thrown out!

Tara aka "Mama Koala" said...

I bought baby food "trays" to make my own, instead of buying store bought. We try to buy organic for the little guy.

MamaMay said...

We cloth diaper, but we have been doing that since my first was born.

Luck said...

We collected runoff water from our sump pump and used it to water flower beds this summer. Alabama drought conditions led to water restrictions which forced our family (in a good way) to think more eco-friendly.

Tamara said...

We have changed all of our light bulbs to more energy efficient ones. We also made three boxes to recycle our plastic,glass and paper products. My children even decorated the boxes to make it more fun.

Marigold said...

I forked over the extra cash required to have my lovely new floors done in bamboo, an eco-friendly, renewable resource.

boldnessbe(at)gmail(dot)com

Kimmy said...

we replaced our shower head!

Jenna said...

What a beautiful bowl! I'm taking a beginners' ceramics class right now, and aspire to be that good! I've been making much more of an effort to eat locally, turn off lights and appliances, keep the AC and heat down lower. etc. Every bit helps

Rachel said...

I started using vinegar and water solution to clean a lot of stuff. It works well and the smell fades fast!

Rachel
sunswirlgirl at aol dot com

America said...

There are a few things we have changed recently. My biggest thing, which I totally am in love with is my Bissell Steam Mop, yes I am in love with a mop! No cleaners, no bucket, no waste water, no extra cost after the initial investment and it is only water doing the cleaning, and my floors have never been so clean! We have changed to greener cleaners and are still deciding on which ones we like best. We use a green laundry detergent and biodegradable dryer sheets (who knew those regular ones never break down). As I use up my regular cleaners I replace them with greener options, the newest is EO brand for all our hand washing and hand sanitizing needs. Of course we also recycle and I got as a gift those cool Envirosax reusable grocery bags, they are so pretty and that has made me buy the Ecobags produce bags. A recent item of change has been to change to fabric napkins versus paper. Wow, I have done a lot over this last year, I am all kind of impressed with myself now, hahahaha. Also for my son I made all of his baby food and am doing the same for my daughter, at first I just did it for health reasons and then I realized how much waste I save because I don't buy all those jars of baby food, not to mention the cost.

Rebecca said...

My fiance and I purchased solar panels. We are hoping to get to the point that we ONLY use solar by 2010. That means no electricity provided by any outside company. we will get it free from teh power of the sun.

Teresa690 said...

We purchased a energy saving heater so our furnace wouldn't run as much. Less energy and less gas! Thanks!

Toiling Ant said...

We've gotten almost completely out of the habit of using paper towels and napkins by using dishtowels, rags (aka castoff clothing cut into pieces), and cloth napkins.

Kathleen said...

We have a new compost pile and I made cloth bags to take for shopping!!!!!!!

kaylee8 said...

We purchased a set of recycle bins!

Brooke said...

We purchased a salad spinner so we can buy locally produced lettuce rather than bags of prewashed.

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