UPDATE: And the winner is…. Reisha! I haven’t been able to get online in a few days, so I am posting this late. Congratulations Reisha! Please email me your mailing address so we can get this beautiful compost bucket out to you!
Ladies, I want to share with you a wonderful company with a fabulous blog. Pantry Paratus offers you valuable information for living a self-sufficient life as well making your kitchen and home, the best it can be!
And guess what? Chaya, owner of this great new site, has offered one of our readers a chance to win this beautiful Compost Keeper.
About the Floral Compost Keeper:
The Floral Compost Keeper has an attractive design you can keep on your counter top. Measures, 10″/25.5cm tall Capacity, 3Qt/2.9L Store peelings, egg shells, coffee grounds, loose tea, herbs, flowers, fruit and vegetable scraps for transfer to your garden compost. Includes charcoal free, odor-preventing filter in the lid, which is cleanable with warm, soapy water.
Retails for: $22.50
About Pantry Paratus:
Pantry Paratus was founded in January 2011. They are a small family owned and operated company who calls beautiful northwest Montana their home. Paratus is latin for “ready” or “prepared”. It is their desire to see everyone think seriously about what the family is eating, where it comes from, and how they can preserve their surplus and prepare that pantry for the lean times. They endeavor to equip and to teach pantry preparedness–healthy, wholesome food to nourish the family from the inside out, today and in the future.
Enter to Win, Six to Ways:
- Leave a Comment below.
- Join our Group or Like us on Facebook and come back here to let me know.
- Follow us on Twitter and come back here to let me know.
- Mention this giveaway on your blog and come back here to let me know.
- Like Pantry Paratus on Facebook and come back here to let me know.
- Follow Pantry Paratus on Twitter and come back here to let me know.
Deadline to Enter: Wednesday, November 9, 2011. Winner will be announced on November 10, 2011. Yeah!
Homemaking is so much more than cleaning a house, cooking food, and making sure your family has clothes to wear. Homemaking is about nurturing a spirit of warmth, comfort, and love in your home.