Giveaway: 50 Vintage Style Egg Cartons

October 8, 2012

Almost a year ago, eggcartons.com became my very first sponsor.  I must say that this company has wonderful egg cartons.  They have so many beautiful non-traditional styles made from many different materials, options and colors.  My favorite cartons are their vintage style ones.  Somehow, when I present people with one of these cartons filled with eggs, they always ask me if I want the carton back.  This always makes me smile, because I know how much they love the eggs inside but hearing this makes me realize that the packaging is equally as special.

The other part of this company that I love is that their employees are also chicken keepers.  The best stories are when people who don’t keep chickens all of a sudden decide to take the plunge and start a flock of their own.  This happened a few months ago to one of their employees.  In the office, the co-workers decided to hatch some fertilized eggs (scroll down to the July 2. 2012 entry).  With much success, they had an amazing hatch rate of 12 out of 13!  Little did one employee know that she was about to fall in love.  Without ever having kept chickens, she took home four.  She had only a brooder; no coop, no place for her chickens but where there was a will there was a way.  Amazingly, she was able to up-cycle herself a coop and with that, her flock found a new home. For the story how she made a coop for $20, click here.

And to think it all started with egg cartons.

THE GIVEAWAY- 2 possible entries
50 Vintage Style Egg Cartons

1. Become a follower of this blog-Your options are in the column on the right. (1 entry)
2. Become a follower of eggcartons.com on their blog or on Facebook. Be sure to leave a comment there that I sent you.  (1 entry)
3. Leave a comment on this post below.  Please let me know in your comment if you did #1, #2 or both.  Remember to leave a way in your comment for me to contact you, like your email address.

For those of you visiting today, here is a special treat!  
Enjoy free shipping until the end of the month on your order!
some exclusions apply, details available on their Facebook page.


One entry per person. One winner will be randomly selected from the comments left on this post. Only comments left on this post are eligible.    Items ship to US address only.
Giveaway ends on October 14,2012-midnight EST.


DISCLOSURE:  I have received samples of these egg cartons in the past.  The opinions in this post are all my own.


This post is linked up to The Clever Chicks Blog Hop.

Photo Credit:  Eggcartons.com

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58 thoughts on “Giveaway: 50 Vintage Style Egg Cartons”

  1. I did 1 and 2. I have been a fan/follower for a while and enjoy your posts. I do believe that presentation is as important as the gift. I enjoy decorating gifts and spending time thinking about the person I am giving it to. When I give people eggs, I am also giving them the time and attention that was put into nurturing my chickens.

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  2. Hi…first great site…love your FB page as well…great tips/ideas and of course love the "chicken of the day" pics…hope to get a pic of one of our ladies on their one day!
    I did both option 1 and 2… [email protected] …thanks and have a great day!!

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  3. Those egg cartons are so adorable!! I have 3 girls now, after having lost 2. We just recently lost our silky named Sage. She was such a neat bird!! I love your blog and you have lots of valuable information here. Hubby built our coop about a year and a half ago from recycled wood. I think he did a supberb job!! Our next purchase will be Australorp pullets but am having a hard time finding any without ordering a bunch at once.
    "Liked" Eggcartons.com on facebook, suscribed to the blog, and follow your blog!!!

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  4. Good morning 🙂 I would love the beautiful egg cartons and would share them with our son. We have a small community flock (15 hens and 1 roo). I did like eggcartons.com on facebook and I do believe I am a follower of this blog as well. Have a day filled with love and blessings. Should I win you can contact me at [email protected]. Thank you for your time and informative topics.

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  5. Thanks for doing this giveaway. I've never actually bought egg cartons before – I just get them from neighbors, who get them full of eggs in return. These are great. BTW, I wasn't able to "follow" their blog, like I do yours, so I "liked" them on Facebook.

    Jenion
    [email protected]

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  6. Love your blog 🙂 Love your chicken photographs 🙂
    Love that you care for your chickens like I care for mine!

    I follow your blog
    I now follow eggcartons.com on Facebook.

    If I were picked as a winner, you can email me at violetacres (space) @frontiernet.net

    Pam

    Thank you!

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  7. These are so cool. We have 8 layers right now and we have just purchased 25 meat birds that we recieved in the mail on Friday. My little girls love helping each day. I did #1 Thanks for the great giveaway 🙂 [email protected]

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  8. I've always loved these vintage-style cartons. Hopefully I'll have some eggs to put into cartons again one day when this molt is over! I've followed both your blog and eggcartons.com's blog with my Gmail account and left a message on the post about the cute coop with my WordPress account. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  9. [email protected]
    I think these egg cartons would be a great addition on the counter beside my Vintage Hankscraft 1950 eggcooker. It get a lot of attention and I'm sure the cartons would too. I'm in need of cartons.
    I did items 1 and 2.Thanks Rodney Johnson

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  10. Oh how I would love them, unfortunately I live in Australia though.
    I was hoping this wouldn't be too much to ask, but it would be very kind of you if you could mention me and direct some of your followers to my blog as well for, as you can see, I do not have that many followers and am struggling to get my blog noticed as it means a lot to me. Hoping that is not too much to ask, but it's perfectly fine if you opt out.

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