Tori’s Friday Favorites – MacKenzie-Childs Courtly Check Enamel Tea Kettle & Butterfly Garden-Sky Enamel Mugs. Comment to win!
This week I’d like to announce a new feature on my website – Tori’s Friday Favorites! Once a week I’ll be sharing things that I find fun, beautiful, useful or interesting with all of you. Food and recipes are fabulous, but sometimes it’s nice to share other things too. I often stumble across new brands and products that inspire me. Friday seemed like the perfect day for chatting about all of this– we’re gearing up for a relaxing weekend, Shabbat is approaching, and all feels right with the world. Let’s dish about our Friday Favorites!
I’m kicking off my very first Tori’s Friday Favorites with a giveaway from opens in a new windowMacKenzie-Childs. When I first spotted their products on my friend opens in a new windowRee Drummond’s website I immediately fell in love. They’re unique, colorful, high quality items with a whimsical vintage flair that I just adore. Many of their items are opens in a new windowhandmade on a small farm in rural New York by a team of opens in a new windowtalented artisans, which means each product is one-of-a-kind. I knew I wanted to introduce this beautiful brand to you, and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to host a giveaway of their lovely products.
MacKenzie-Childs has generously shared their famous Courtly Check Enamel 2qt Tea Kettle along with two Butterfly Garden-Sky Enamel Mugs as a giveaway for one lucky reader (a prize valued at $176!). The kettle is made from heavy-gauge steel has been hand-painted, ceramic glazed and rimmed in bronzed stainless steel. There’s also an adorable wooden handle and the lid is topped with a beautifully carved bead. Of course this kettle can, and should, be used to make tea, but I love the idea of using it to display flowers, as shown in the photo above. Their enamel mugs are inspired by enamelware used by cowboys on the open range; the pretty butterflies are hand applied after the second glaze firing. The decals fuse to the base coat during the next firing, becoming a permanent layer in the design. Clearly a lot of thought and artistry goes into their designs, and it shows.
For a chance to win this opens in a new windowMacKenzie-Childs giveaway, simply comment on this post – one comment per reader. Want additional entries? Share this post on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and/or Google + and let me know in the comments where you shared it. I’ll give you one additional entry per share! We will choose one winner at random for this prize on Friday, March 6. Winner will be notified via email, so please include a valid email address. This prize can be shipped anywhere, no matter where you live. Please Note: All entries will be subscribed to my free newsletter with free recipes and weekly post updates. If you are already subscribed, don’t worry, you won’t be subscribed again. You may unsubscribe at any time. Good luck!
CONTEST CLOSED. Congratulations to Miki Billian, who was chosen via a numeric randomizer. New giveaway coming soon, stay tuned!