12 December 2014

Christmas Giveaway Bonanza #11 - 6 Vintage Storage Jars


My eleventh Christmas giveaway is a selection of vintage style storage jars from dotcomgiftshop.

Dotcomgiftshop is one of my favourite online shops for vintage style homeware. I particularly loved these vintage style jars with coloured lids and blackboard labels. A bit of chalk to describe what's inside, then just wipe it and start again when you change the contents.

I also must tell you about their Christmas gift selection. They have a great range of old fashioned kids toys for stocking fillers.

I got Cooper a little pair of binoculars, a jacks game, a wooden slide whistle and a wooden catch cup game for his stocking. Nice quality and good prices, but I digress.

The winner of this giveaway will receive 3 large storage jars and 3 small storage jars with a variety of lid colours for that modern look.

Would you like to win this set of vintage style ceramic storage jars?

To enter leave me a comment telling me what you might use your jars for if you win and enter via the rafflecopter box below (it may take a moment or two to load).

This giveaway is open to my UK readers and closes on 31 December 2014.

Good luck!

 
 
Disclosure: Dotcomgiftshop sent me a set of storage jars and are offering one set for one winner. I bought the Christmas gifts myself as I love to shop in this online store. I was not expected to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.

174 comments:

  1. Dried pasta shapes, dried pulses (I use loads for making soup!) Thank you!

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  2. These are amazing!!

    We've recently moved onto a narrowboat and I need something to organise my (limited) cupboard! These would be great for all my flours, nuts and grains! :)

    Thanks
    Sus


    Rough Measures | eat, laugh, love.

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  3. I would use them for presents

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  4. i will have my first year on my new allotment in 2015 so lots of chutneys/pickles & jams to come i hope

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  5. flour sugar and some of the spices we have

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  6. Sugars! Or maybe sweets!

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  7. The possibilities are endless. I decant all of my dry goods as I hate half open packets spilling all over in the pantry. They are so pretty they would have to stay out on the counter I think.

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  8. Claire Elizabeth NokeFriday, 12 December, 2014

    My children do their "artwork" at my kitchen table, so these would be perfect for al their nik-naks .... sequins, feathers, beads, pasta shells .......

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  9. These look great, I would use them for sugar, coco, mini marshmallows and tea. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  10. I think I would use them for my crafts, storing buttons, ribbon etc

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  11. baking stuff - sugar, flours, etc :)

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  12. I would use them for all my baking ingredients, they would look amazing all lines up on the shelf

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  13. perfect for my home made nut butters

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  14. I love baking bread, but I wish I was better at baking bread....
    @gavrc

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  15. All sorts of bits and pieces, as you can change the label according to what you need to store at the time.

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  16. Probably all the half open bags of things like lentils that currently look rather ugly and keep spilling everywhere!

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  17. I would do a variety of pasta and rice and other cooking items.

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  18. these would be idea for tea, coffee, sugar and other staples like flour. Great design idea.

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  19. I would use these gorgeous jars for my tea bags, pasta, baking supplies. Love!

    Lauren xx

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  20. They would look lovely in my pantry for dry goods

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  21. Different teas....I LOVE tea!

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  22. I would keep a variety of things in them, dried pasta in the larger ones and buttons and ribbons that I've saved in the smaller ones :)

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  23. I'm not sure. Probably my baking stones and other stuff like that.

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  24. basic cooking ingredients - sugar, flour, nuts etc

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  25. Nuts and dried fruits, probably!

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  26. I've got lots of bits and bobs in the kitchen which don't have a home! I'd put everything from different sugars, to teas, to dried fruits and nuts in them.

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  27. I think pastas and rice and maybe a secret stash of sweets

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  28. Grains, beans, legumes and pulses.

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  29. All sorts of dried goods - rice, pasta, sugars of different kinds, flour, cous cous and so on.

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  30. the small ones I would use for my frequently used herbs and spices. the larger ones pulses and nuts

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  31. Definitely flours and sugars! They are lovely and would make a great addition to my kitchen!

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  32. I would put all sorts in them, flour, sugar, pasta, rice etc

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  33. Pasta,flour,rice,we always have lots of open bags.

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  34. These are super cute! I could finally organise my baking cupboard, as I currently have loads of bags of different types of flour, sugars and cake decorations bursting out of it!

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  35. would keep them for flours, sugars and nuts

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  36. I'd keep rice and pasta in them.

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  37. flour, rice, baking powder, sugar, pasta

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  38. flour, sugar, icing sugar, plus other baking ingredients.

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  39. probably my baking ingredients

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  40. sugar, tea bags, coffee and things like that

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  41. All my different nuts and seeds :)

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  42. I would give these to my sister for her to fill with whatever she wishes

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  43. All my sons vegan dried pulses pastas etc :)

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  44. I would use them for my crafting as I enjoy making cards and have lots of gems and small things that I'm foever hunting around for in my bigger stacking boxes.

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  45. I would use some for presents and put freshly bakes biscuits in it; the rest would come handy with tea bags, sugar, rice etc

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  46. I would give them to my son who is re doing his kitchen in retro style would be a lovely gift... and he would store spices

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  47. I would use them for keeping pasta etc in

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  48. Some herbs - the jars I have them in are very old!

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  49. I would use them to get some organisation in the cupboards - rice, lentils, pasta etc

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  50. Homemade chilli jam and Christmas chutney

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  51. I would gift them to my mum as seeing as shes retired now shes getting more into baking and has lots of fruit trees to utilize so she would store baking supplies in them

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  52. my best friend is moving into her first flat at the end of december so these would be a cute housewarming gift for her! xx

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  53. All my different gluten-free flour mixes to keep them safe and so I don't get confused again...

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  54. I would keep dried goods like coffee in them.

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  55. i just bought a new home, so need them to put all my indian masalas :)

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  56. I'd use them as very retro sugar tea and coffee pots

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  57. I think I'd use them for healthy snacks, dried fruit, nuts etc. They look very tempting, so they'd be perfect for dipping into during the day!

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  58. Homemade sweets such as chocolate cranberries , double cream fudge, Irish coffee Truffles and pecan crunch

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  59. Sugars, sweets, pasta..a little bit of everything!

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  60. Zach Ohmite HudsonSaturday, 20 December, 2014

    Tea me thinks

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  61. Pasta, dried fruits & nuts & tea !!

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  62. I'd store the various dried beans & pulses that i have in packets at the moment

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  63. Sugar, Flour, nuts, all those baking ingredients where the bag splits.

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  64. I would use them for all my different crafting shapes
    ! Merry Christmas xX

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  65. I'm in the the process of tidying my cupboards. These would be a godsend for storing the contents of all those packets that split and spill such as pulses, rice, etc.

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  66. Sugar, coffee and teabags

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  67. All my store cupboard bits like pasta and rice

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  68. I would use them for pulses and also maybe for beads (not in the kitchen obviously!)

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  69. I have lots of baking ingredients that I could put in them :)

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  70. Definitely jams, preserves and pickles.

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  71. I am trying to use nuts and seeds as protein substitutes so I would fill them up with a variety of those.

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  72. preserving fruit, and mincemeat

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  73. I'd use them for all sorts like Tea' Sugar' Coffee and Pasta The very small one's I would put my Oxo cubes in. These are fab x

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  74. I would use them for sugar, tea and spices.

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  75. I would probably give them to my Aunt as they just the sort of thing she would like! (So that would be next Christmas sorted!)

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  76. Flour, sugar, coffee and pasta

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  77. My teamaking stuff and pasta bits for minestrone soup :)

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  78. Home made chutneys

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  79. Sweets, biscuits, pasta,dried fruits etc.

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  80. I would love to use the smaller jars for sugar, tea and coffee. And possibly the larger ones for dried pasta and other dry goods.

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  81. These are adorable, I'd use these for all our pastas, rices and pulses :)

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  82. Tea, sugar, plain flour, self-raising flour, rice etc.

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  83. I would use them for flour, sugar, rice, coconut, etc inthe kitchen

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  84. These look brill to organise cupboard essentials

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  85. crafting stuff like buttons, sequins etc

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  86. I'd organise my baking supplies- flour, sugar, etc.

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  87. I'd use some of the jars for pasta and sugar and others for the craft stuff my kids have me saving for them

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  88. I do lots of crafts with my son so all little bits like sequins and pipe cleaners

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  89. They would be mental for my lentils

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  90. Having discovered a brilliant local supermarket for spices and herbs I now need jars to store them away from sunlight....these funky jars would be perfect

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  91. My herbs and spices collection. Lovely prize :)

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  92. I will finally be able to organise all my husband's spices!

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  93. I would use these in my sewing room to put my little things like elastic, buttons, cottons etc.

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  94. the small ones for all my herbs and spices and the large ones for dried pulses. These certainly would add colour to my bland kitchen

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  95. All my cupboard essentials (lentils, rice, pasta) as they're always spilling out of the bags.

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  96. I cant decide if they will go in my craft room or kitchen

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  97. I would revamp my baking cupboard. What fab products!

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  98. the larger ones I would store lentils, couscous and pasta. The smaller ones i would use them to store the herbs & spices I use regularly...chilli, curry, parsley etc.

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  99. I would use them to organise my kitchen :)

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  100. We have a great shop near us that sells grains, nuts and teas loose in scoops. I would just buy what I need and keep the jars topped up rather than having lots of half empty bags filling up the cupboards. Beautiful jars!

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  101. There's always overflowing baking stuff in my cupboards, these would tidy them up nicely!

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  102. Dry produce for making and baking

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  103. Grains and pulses

    trevor linvell

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  104. Pasta, Flour & other packets that are lying around.

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  105. all my different flavours of teas. thanks.x

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  106. some of the contents of my baking/spice cupboard

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  107. Sugar, flour & other baking ingredients :)

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  108. Love baking so flour, sugar, baking powder etc

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  109. My husband is Indian and uses a wide range of spices, which our local Asian grocery store sells in large plastic bags that are useless for storage once opened. These jars look perfect for spice storage, as not only are they airtight to keep spices fresh, but also they are opaque which will prevent spices from losing their vibrant colours.

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  110. for everything that needs to be stored but handy

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  111. So beautiful! I love the jars! They are great for sugar, coffee rice and so.

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