Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Giveaway: Boulder Design Garden Markers

With spring literally around the corner, today we are thrilled to be hosting a giveaway for two full sets of these cheerful plant markers, handcrafted in Boulder, Colorado by Etsy artist, Lindsey Bricker of Boulder Design. That's right, two lucky readers will have the chance to win a set of 16 completely customizable garden stakes, a $64 value:


Don't they just make you excited for spring planting? Each set of 16 garden stakes is customized to your choosing — you choose the mix of herb, vegetable and fruit names that work for your garden.


Lindsey makes each of these garden markers by hand with bright fused glass, permanently attached to wooden stakes made from white hardwood in the USA. Each of the plant names are fused onto the glass at 1350 degrees and are completely permanent, meaning they won't scratch, rub, or wear off when the outdoor elements make their way into your garden this season after season.

Lindsey also makes a wide collection of other bright ceramic home goods that all start with vintage slipcasting molds from day's past:


Find the full collection of fused glass garden stakes, whimsical planters, jewelry and other bright ceramic home goods in the Boulder Design Etsy shop and keep up with new designs as they're listed by following the Boulder Design FacebookTwitter and Pinterest pages. In addition to the giveaway, Lindsey is offering a 20% off discount for your entire Boulder Designs order through the end of March with the code 17APART at checkout!

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Two of our readers will win a set of 16 customizable garden markers from Boulder Design. To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter form below — it might take a few seconds to load. For those unfamiliar with Rafflecopter, you fill in the fields using your choice of Facebook or your email, which is only used to contact the randomly selected winner (no spam) — it's that simple.

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The sets of garden markers from today's giveaway were generously provided and will be shipped directly from Boulder DesignAll the thoughts and opinions are our own — thank you so much for supporting the partners that make 17 Apart possible.

53 comments:

  1. I'm excited about growing Okra this year!

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  2. Tomatoes, carrots, green onions and many different herbs.

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  3. These are really cute. I'm excited to start growing this year. Is it spring yet!?

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  4. Can't wait to start gardening this year. I want to grow herbs.

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  5. I am ready to plant corn for the first time I have the room for it. We just got a new house and it has a big side yard asking to have a garden put there! I am going to start this year with a small garden about 12 by 12 and go up from there next year.

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  6. I am going for a big herb garden this year and radishes....I love radishes!

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  7. I'm most excited about planting tomatoes and dill. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin
    fairyfractal at gmail dot com

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  8. Super excited to plant pineapple and an orange tree. Finally have the proper growing conditions.
    Ashton.
    astreet293@Yahoo.com

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  9. I can't wait to plant my tomatoes, cucumbers and basil! bjn1957{at}gmail{dot}com

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  10. I'm excited to plant my favorites (all organic): tomatoes, basil, several lettuce varieties, radishes, beets, peppers, parsley, dill, and zucchini/summer squash. Gardening at 9300 ft. above sea level in Colorado can be challenging; I can't plant anything outdoors until Memorial Day (even then frost isn't out of the question). But, my tomato plants are still producing tomatoes (indoors) this winter!

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  11. Last year I only planted vegetables, but this year I'm interspersing them with flowers. I can't wait for the blooms!

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  12. My succulents and herb garden need some definite TLC!

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  13. Lavender! I have 3 plants, but it is never enough. More lavender:)

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  14. It seems like it will be years until I will have fresh veggies again. These are lovely

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  15. Garden this year will be 3x as big as last - very excited. Now for it to just stop snowing...

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  16. I really want to get a vertical garden started this year.

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  17. Great giveaway idea! My husband and I are currently planning our garden, and I was thinking of making garden markers (I guess if I don't win, I will still). I'm most excited to try mixing marigolds and perhaps other flowers with our veggies, to help promote growth.

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  18. I am honestly a newby and don't know much about gardening and plants at all. I have decided to make an herb garden one of my Spring projects and these would be so cute to keep everything organized :)

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  19. these would be great for my new garden this year :)

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  20. veges and herbs!
    karenthaeter@hotmail.com

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  21. I'm super excited for tons of herbs and some new veggies, especially corn!

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  22. I'm simply excited that planting season is right around the corner! Watermelon is what I'm looking forward to the most, though.
    Thanks for offering the giveaway!

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  23. I'm always excited about planting tomatoes

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  24. These markers would look great in my garden!
    Victoria

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  25. I'm starting a new garden this year, so I'm excited for all of it!

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  26. I'm new to the garden life, so this year I have a wide variety of herbs to plant!

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  27. I've been hounding my mother for years to grow a vegetable garden with me. Last summer she said we could do it next summer so i'm definitely holding her to that!! I want tomatoes, sweet corn, cucumbers, eggplants, peppers, zucchini and a wide variety of herbs would be nice. Anything i'm allowed to get my hands on. I'm not experienced but I take well care of my garden and it's a hobby that i'm always looking forward to. These markers are absolutely adorable. I'm hoping I win them-fingers crossed and good luck to everyone else.

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  28. I always excited for first strawberries :)

    Thank you for the chance!

    ksyshenka(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  29. Looking forward to strawberries the most.

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  30. I'm always excited about planting potatos ^^
    because i love potatos ^^

    thank you for this amazing giveaway!:D

    hana_clay@yahoo.com

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  31. Tomatoes and I want to plant some lavender to help with mosquitoes!

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  32. I will be planting for the first time this spring so I'll probably stick with tomatoes!

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  33. Definitely herbs--especially the different basils.

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  34. I grow a lot of stuff in my garden but i never can get enough of zucchinis!!!

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  35. We're excited about growing watermelons!

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  36. Squash, jalapenos, tomatoes, and all my herbs!

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  37. I won a contest held by Mike The Gardener last year. I have been receiving 4 packs a month of Non GMO seeds. I have been receiving them since last September so I have quite the collection of different type of seeds so I am excited to try them all.

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  38. Peppers & Tomato's

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  39. My favourites are green beans, tomatoes and zucchini, but I'd love to plant a passionfruit vine or two this year!

    deb - debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  40. I'm going to try and get some blue roses,giant sunflowers,green bellpeppers,basil,chives,carrots, and lavender.

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  41. Tomatoes - can't wait to make my tomato relish.

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  42. I am excited for cherry tomatoes!

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  43. Peas and potatos are my favorites!!

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  44. Jalapenos! I tried one pot last year and they did so well I'm going to try a couple more. So easy to grow, and I love spicy foods. Win/win!

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  45. I can't wait to start my first garden! Potatoes and Brussels sprouts are high on my list! Love these garden markers!!

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  46. I'd get a windbell to the garden for windy days :)

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  47. I am always most excited about the tomatoes.

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  48. So excited to try my heirloom lemon cucumbers out! They looks like circles instead of cucumber-shaped! Neat!

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  49. Tomatoes are always my favorite!

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  50. Awesome giveaway. These look delightful. Going to start the garden with tons of tomatoes, peas, beans, cucumbers and squash this coming weekend.

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