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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Giveaway from Event Blossom



I'm here today with an awesome giveaway from Event Blossom, a wholesale company that specializes in unique gifts and favors. For those event stylists and planners who don't have Event Blossom in their rolodex, get them in there now! For everyone else, consider today a chance to have access to Event Blossom's awesome gifts!

Event Blossom has partnered up with us to give 100 of their adorable personalized theme candy jars to one lucky winner! These jars come with customized labels and Event Blossom has a big variety of labels to pick from - just look here and be sure to click on all of the icons because there are lots of designs for each category.

You can fill these jars with candy {it is National Candy Month after all}, nuts, chocolate, spices, loose tea, or whatever you fancy. Don't feel limited to use these just for party favors...you can give these to clients in a thank you package, use them for decoration at a party, gift them in a cute package when you have overnight guests. There are a ton of creative ways to use them. I'm personally loving the cherry blossom design above since it goes with our logo and think I'll have to add this item to our "thank you" packages.

Okay, here's how to enter...simply tell us in the comment area how you would use these candy jars. We will announce the lucky winner on Wednesday, June 9th at 12pm EST.

A few notes about the contest...
(1) Once we announce the giveaway, please allow Event Blossom two weeks to deliver your personalized gifts;
(2) This is a national giveaway and is only applicable to legal residents who live in the United States (sorry to all of my international followers!);
(3) We will randomly pick one winner for the contest;
(4) Amy Atlas Events LLC and Sweet Designs Blog shall not be liable for injury, loss or damage of any kind resulting from participating in this giveaway or from the acceptance of any prize awarded.

Ready, set, enter!

361 comments:

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Nadin said...

pff I am an international follower:))
but its a really nice contest :))

Kat said...

How fun!!! I would fill them with pink and green gumballs and give them as thank you gifts! What a fun giveaway, thanks for the chance!

steph2088 said...

I would give them to my coworkers for their desks. Cute addition to a boring cube. I would fill them with m&m's.

ilikewinter said...

As thank you gifts for my clients! How sweet!

jenni bailey said...

So cute! What a generous giveaway. I would use them for favors when my new baby is born in January (instead of a shower, we will be having a "welcome baby" party).

rebecca said...

ADORABLE!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE this idea. I am always looking for new party gifts for my girls birthday parties and this would be perfection!! I would also use it for welcoming gifts when i have dinner parties.

amy leafblad said...

I am getting married this fall.. so I would fill them with something yummy like candy corn~or mini pumpkin candy in the spirit of October for my guests. Also don't forget to add a cute orange ribbon around the top! Label it "Fall Treats" or something cute like that?! thanks for fun giveaway....

Kelsey Carreon said...

we are having a major 3rd birthday party for my daughter Aurora, she has had a rough year of therapy, testing and learning so that she can communicate with us (she is Autistic) We are inviting all the people this year who have made a difference in her life and having a major party to celebrate her and the progress she has made! I would hand these adorable jars out as gifts and favors to show our appreciation to all (and there are so many) the people who helped us get through one of the hardest years of our lives.

First Noelle said...

We are hosting a party for nearly 100 people on July 4th. So, I'd love to fill them with red, white and blue candy and give them as gifts. What a great idea!

Bringing Pretty Back said...

They ae so adoable I would keep them all to myself! hahhah! NO! Just kidding!!! I would take them filled with candy to the nursing home in our town for the people that work there. They are such unsung heroes.
Have a pretty day!
Kristin

MeLissa Rocco said...

I love these and would use them as part of my hosts' thank-you gifts at my chocolate tasting parties. I love the cupcake label design! :)

Barks + Leashes said...

What a great contest!

These jars would be so helpful as I am throwing a baby shower for my best friend who is having a baby boy this fall!

This is not just any ole baby shower - we are celebrating a baby that has taken years to conceive and after surgeries, hoping and praying - this baby is on its way!

Thank you again!

Handmade by Kiki said...

I would fill them with some sort of candy and put them in my shipments as a thank you to my customers! What a great giveaway!

handmadebykiki@hotmail.com

Michaela said...

Love them! I'm hosting a bridal shower for one of my girlfriends at the end of the month and these would be the PERFECT favor!

GrownUpMe said...

I would fill them with red white and blue candies for my 4th of July party! Trying my hand at a dessert table for the first time at our annual event! Thanks for sharing!

Allison's Thirty-One said...

I would use these at an upcoming baby shower I am hosting.

Cara! said...

I would use these for my son's first birthday party in 2 months!

sherry said...

Very cute! I would use them as 'thank you gifts' for my daughters' teachers at the end of the school year. Or as 'spirit gifts' for my daughter's cheer team!

Miss Metro said...

What cute jars :) I have been looking at some very similar for my mother's wedding. She and her first love found each other after 40 years and are going to get married this summer. I'd fill them with retro penny candies - her favorite childhood treat - and give them to wedding guests.

joules said...

I would personalize them with my name and use them as calling cards and thank you cards (filled with homemade candy of course!)

Red Door Home said...

Love these! I think I would use some of them to organize my stuff - sewing, crafts, desk, etc. I would use some as teacher gifts and others for my son's upcoming birthday party.

stacy sullivan said...

I would offer them to one of my brides as an incentive! (but maybe keep a few for thank you gifts!) They are awesome!!

Monika said...

My sister got engaged last week. These will be the favors at her wedding!

kari said...

party favors!

Veronica said...

I would use them in August for back to school surprises for the teachers I work with! Thanks for the giveaway!

Monika said...

My sister got engaged last week! These will be the favors at her wedding!

Raelynn said...

So cute, I would give them to my cousin who's getting married in 8 months to use as favors/thank you to the wedding guest!

Marcia said...

100 jars! Well that's enough for 2 uses! My son's 1st b'day, filled with red & blue candy. And my BFF's baby shower, we're don't know the sex of the baby, and after 4 yrs of trying we're just elated for her! So I'd put in pink & blue candies with a cute label.

Buffy said...

I am getting married in October and I would put them on my candy table as a giveaway full of our favorite candy and a personalized note on the top thanking our guests! Such a great idea!!

Jessica said...

My best friend will be 30 yrs old this year. We will be giving her a huge birthday party. These would be great favor for the event.

adonna connell said...

i would fill them with sour apple carmel balls for my associations annual fundraiser in the fall :-)
they are adorable... super versatile too!

nlupone said...

So cute! I will fill them with candy for my husband military promotion. Thanks!
Naomi

BlondeShot Creative said...

I entertain often and these would be lovely to use for display and take home gifts. I would also love to use them in a photo shoot.

Camille said...

I have a baby on the way so they would be the perfect thank you gift at baby showers.

Susan said...

I would fill them with homemade Almond scented bath salts and attach a little spoon with ribbon...what a fun shower gift!!

Misc Momma said...

Ooh, this would be a great prize for me to win!!! I've been eyeing these for a long time. My son's birthday isn't until October, but I've already been bookmarking (and buying) things for his candy themed 3rd birthday party.

Flavia said...

What a fantastic little favor idea and giveaway.

I am planning an ice cream parlor theme for my daughters birthday so I would fill these with either white and pink malt balls or chocolate and pink.
How CUTE!~

Patty said...

Our team does a fundraiser for Have A Chance Walk every year and I usually make matchmints to give to those who donate. These would be perfect to give to the people who donate over a certain amount. I'd fill them with some sort of candy and make labels with the organizations logo. This is such an amazing prize.

Anonymous said...

I would give them to my clients as a thank you...what an awesome idea!! Thank you for such a great contest and good luck to everyone!!!

katie said...

I would use these as jars to fill on a dessert table. So sweet!

Stacy Haycock said...

I would use them for so many things, Favors for my daughter's b-day party, gifts for teachers & thanks yous for friends and family. I would also use them as special treats for my daughter as we are trying really hard to get potty trained!

emmy said...

Such a cute idea! I have so many events coming up this summer, it would be the perfect thank you gift! Thanks for sharing this website!

Brittany said...

Ooo Ooo PICK ME! PICK ME! Thanks!

Erin said...

I'd fill them with beach themed candy for my beach wedding next April. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Emmy said...

Such a fantastic idea! I have so many events coming up this summer I would love to have these on hand as thank you gifts. Thank you for sharing this website!

coolkids said...

what a super giveaway!!! My son's birthday is at the end of the month....Its a candy theme party inspired by dylans candy bar! How perfect would these be for the favors!!! I would fill them up with red,blue,green,orange gumballs or m&m's. They are too cute.

beckeyjane said...

I would use them for my daughters 1st birthday on July 3rd!

beckeyjane said...

I would use them for my daughters 4th of july 1st birthday bash!

Tiffany said...

These are great! I could do so much with these. I think I'd keep some for me for entertaining and use the rest as gifts and favors for parties. So cute!!

LRW said...

I would love to use this for my wedding reception--or even bridal shower favors!

AutumnBrooke said...

Oooh, cute! I think I'd use them for the joint 4th of July/Birthday bash my girlfriends and I are doing at the beach!

paddlemama said...

I would use them as gifts for students that I will be teaching in a summer seminar.

lovey said...

I can see where the possibilities for these would be endless rather filled with candy, buttons, gold fish, golf tees, etc.. anyone would love to receive one at a party.

Jessica said...

What a great giveaway! I would use these jars for my sister's upcoming baby shower. These would be cute favors for her guests.

galena said...

Wow, these are amazing. Right now, I'm planning my daughter's 3rd birthday Party and these would be perfect as party favors.

We are also visiting family in Croatia for this upcoming Christmas Holidays and I'm thinking these would make awesome presents for our family and friends here, once filled with amazing Croatian Pralines :)

paperdoll said...

LOVE THESE! My kids are going back to a school that they've been away from for a year and they are so excited to go back to their friends. I would let them pass them out to friends at the begginning of the school year!

♥Wendi said...

What an awesome give away. I would fill them with colored "school color" candies of some kind and give them as teacher appreciation gifts to the teachers at my son and daughter's schools. Wow, don't teachers deserve a little something special, like this, now and then! They give so much of themselves, for our kids, every day.

Tonya Peterson Photography said...

I would use them as party favors from my daughters birthday party. She is turning 3 and we are having a pink and yellow vintage lemonade stand themed party. Complete with a dessert table of course!

kribss said...

i know generic but i would use them for my daughters birthday favors or for my son's graduation [2011]

Anonymous said...

i am doing a wedding and would use them to give the guests arriving @ the hotel as a welcome with goodies inside and attached the itinerary of all the events we have planned for the weekend!!!
awesome little touch :)

Angela Rissler said...

My daughter is starting preschool this fall and I would use these for holiday gift giving for the kids. Super cute idea and I LOVE the product line.

JP said...

I would include them in the gift bags at my bridal shower! Too cute.

Anonymous said...

I would fill them with jelly belly's or M&M for my friends baby shower! It would be adorable!

shiori(at)gmail(dot)com

Mac & Fitz speaks... said...

I am hosting a party for my parent's 50th wedding anniversary in September and these favor jars would be a perfect addition to the sweet table I am planning (hoping to make it look like Amy Atlas does! :)) Gosh, those jars are cute!!

Not Just A Mommy! said...

I would use them as thank-yous for all of our upcoming 'big' events - our annual Backyard BBQ, our Back To School Party, and our Halloween blow-out.

Mac & Fitz speaks... said...

So cute! Those jars would be great at my parent's 50th wedding anniversary party I am hosting in September!!!

LuckyStarHeather said...

We would use these as favors for our community conference in July :) This would be SO nice!

Thanks for the opportunity!

Jesse and Lauren said...

Ooo there are so many cool things to do with those! Personally, I'd use them as little "just because" gifts, filling them with the recievers favorite kind of candy

Kristin said...

These will make adorable wedding favors :)

tracyallegre said...

I would fill it with pink jellybeans and give it to my daughter when she pee pee's in the potty :)

Sarah B. Green said...

I would fill them with cutesy candies and give them as party favors for my daughter's 4th "Flower" Birthday.

Terri said...

What a great giveaway. I would love to help out my cousin for her wedding. They are VERY tight on cash and wasn't going to give out a favor. This would help so much
thanks
Terri

♥ sarahbeth. said...

these are too cute! i am planning a bridal shower for my new sister-in-law to be, and these would make perfect favors!! *fingers crossed* oxoxo

Jaime said...

How fun! I would use them for Christmas gifts for co-workers... fill them with a variety of goodies (chocolates, tea, green and red candy corn, etc.), cover the lids with a cute label and ribbon then let them fight over which ones they want. :-)

Jenni said...

These are too cute! I would definitely fill them with candy and give them away as thank you gifts!!!

Sucré Dolce Bakehouse said...

I would fill them with beautiful cookies to give out as fun gifts to the teachers at my son's school! :-)

Amanda said...

What a perfect giveaway! And timely for me, as I have a great use for these containers: my great aunt turns 100 in August, and we're having a huge bash for her at her retirement home. Many of us (including myself) will be traveling to Missouri to be with Aunt Verna on her very special day. I'd fill these containers with candy/mints as favors for all the guests.

pfabulouspfun-der said...

birthday party favors for my four kids!!!

llEvenStarll said...

What a great giveaway. I would use the jars for the candy buffet at the upcoming baby shower of a co - worker. I know she would be thrilled with the surprise.

Kelley said...

Oh how cute! Awesome giveaway. I'd love to use these jars for gifting homemade candies and things.

Colleen said...

These are awesome favors! I have many special occasions coming up, including a jewelry party, dinner parties, 4th of July party, and my son's 2nd birthday party. These would be perfect for anything and I'd be honored to win them! Thanks for sharing!

Amanda said...

What a great giveaway! I'd fill the candy jars with sweet treats and use them as favors for my great aunt Verna's 100th birthday party in August. 100 candy jars for a 100th birthday bash--how perfect!

Karen said...

These would be perfect party favors for my son's birthday later this summer. What a wonderful give away!

Melissa A B said...

This is such a great giveaway i would use them for my family labor day party as a giveaway. Wow this is so cool

Stacey J. said...

I would use them in my kitchen for organizing and for parties!!!! YAY! So cute!!!

sweetpetitetk said...

My sister in law is getting married and this would be an awesome gift to give to all those that attend. We would fill with a personalized M&Ms. There is nothing like a nice thank you that you can keep and refill.

TheWrightStuff said...

I would use these for holiday gifts filled with personalized treats for all of the people who help our family on a daily basis (mailman, friendly bank teller, garbage man). Thanks for the fun giveaway!

Abi', Martin, Dorothy Cate and Elleanor Anne said...

I would use them to give to my hospital guests in Dec. when baby #3 is born!!! I would fill them with pink and blue gum balls and have welcome Krulatz Kiddo #3!!!

ShaunaC said...

I would use these as Thank you gifts for teachers and staff and my daughter's schools. Love them!

Dan &Kimberly Hunter said...

Love, Love, Love the Rhinestone border tag!!! My daughter is turning 16, so they would be FABULOUS to use as favors or place settings for her Sweet 16 Party!!!

Itinerant Studio/Look Photography said...

These would be wonderful for the big wedding shower we are giving my sister...after the wedding they are moving to a tropical climate so the theme is beachy and tropical - and those palm tree labels would be perfect!

Joanna said...

These would be perfect for my sister's baby shower I am throwing her! She has tried to have a baby for 7 years and even tried to adopt in the Ukraine and it didn't work out. She finally got a call a few weeks ago to pick up a newborn baby a mom dropped off at the hospital. These would be perfect!! :)

Stacy said...

I am the designated "candy buffet" stylist for my niece's Sweet Sixteen party in December... these would make adorable favors for all the guests that are invited. We're doing exclusively blue and white candy and a snowflake theme. Even if I don't win, I may have to shop with Event Blossom to help with our big soiree!

Linda Graham said...

Such a cute idea! I have my own business and would use these as thank yous for my clients.

lynne said...

how cute would it be to incorporate a candy bar using the same style jars only larger. what a great way to follow a theme! Cant wait to plan my daughters weddings!!!

ENB Decor Studio said...

What a great giveaway Amy! I would use these as a favor for our annual 4th of July party. Filling them with red, white & blue M&M's.

citygirl - Stacey said...

These are so cute! I would use them for business as a marketing tool to prospect for new clients or also send as thank you gifts. I would fill them with pink and brown candies since that is my favorite color combo.

Kara said...

Wow! These would make incredible "friendship" jars for my three girls to deliver to their friends. Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

mirabelle said...

I would fill with homemade infused salts (edible or bath - depending on the giftee)

LA PINC said...

sand and sea shells, for the perfect ocean themed event....

Anonymous said...

I'd use them as favors for my wedding, I'd put the traditional sugar coated nuts in them!

Lindsay said...

I'd use these as favors for my daughters upcoming birthday party. SO cute. Thank you for this giveaway!

Tracy said...

I would use them as thank you gifts! How cute!

Annette said...

Since we're doing a candy buffet at my daughter's reception, it would be PERFECT to use those for thank you's afterward.

Lynn said...

These would be perfect not only as a thank you for clients but as a way to say "hi" to new prospective clients! Thanks for the great giveaway. :)

Elva said...

I am revamping my stationery business and would love to use these for customer appreciation gifts. At first I thought I would use pink rock candy in them, but I'd also consider something cool made out of paper. Maybe flower shaped confetti? Maybe jellybeans?

Elva said...

I am revamping my stationery business and would love to use these for customer appreciation gifts. At first I thought I would use pink rock candy in them, but I'd also consider something cool made out of paper. Maybe flower shaped confetti? Maybe jellybeans?

leah jane said...

these would also make lovely any day thank-yous to neighbors & friends!

tanya said...

I love these and my daughter's spa birthday is coming up so I can use these with cute girly things!

Jill and Davis King said...

I have been dying to have a party at my house so I would definitely have to have one if I won these precious things so I could give them to everyone!

KMSull said...

I would use them for when I move. I'm moving 750 miles north, away from everything I've known and loved for the last 6 years and I'd love to send people totally cute presents in the mail! I could package up sand or pretty leaves or whatever else is around in my New England coastal town and send them home in cute and unique packaging!

Natalie said...

Love them!!!! I would love to fill them with pink candies and display them on my "Amy Atlas Inspired" dessert table at my upcoming wedding in September :)

Anna said...

They would be perfect for flavored sugar or spice mix gifts! What a great giveaway!

Courtney said...

I know EXACTLY how I would use these candy jars! I'm hosting a candy themed engagement party, and these would be the PERFECT thank you gift to pass out and use as table decor! Thanks Amy for bringing us this great giveaway!

georganne said...

Oh goodness, what WOULDN'T I use them for? Baby showers, thank-you candy gifts for the neighbors, sorting little bows in my daughter's bedroom...

Meadow said...

I would fill them with peppermints and give them away as favors at my wedding!! :-)

edina said...

super cute! i would use these little jars as thank you gifts filled with candy or other mini treats.

edina

edina_tien@yahoo.com

Dawn (KitchenTravels) said...

Oh, I love these jars! I would probably use some of them as thank-you gifts for my my son's upcoming birthday party, some for my birthday in late July, and - if any are left - the rest for a holiday party this winter. Thanks for the great giveaway!

cinnamonskyes said...

Lovely jars! I'd fill them with holiday themed candy and display them in my Hoosier cupboard that we use as a dessert bar on the patio. It has these cool metal shelves on the doors.

Kim
cinnamonskyes@yahoo.com

mindy said...

I am throwing a friend a baby shower- and i don't have tons of money! And baby showers can get expensive! I LOVE the pale blue or brown & this girl LOVES owls. (so do i) so it'd be a fun theme for the party! Blue-Brown with owls!
I So hope i win.
mindylou515@msn.com

Amy said...

I would us these as favors at a baby shower! I have so many pregnant friends...

christine said...

That's easy : for my Annual Bastille Day Party (July 14) filled with blue, white and red candy. My friends would love it beaucoup !!! Merci

Ryan said...

So cute! I'd use them as favors at my next non-profit event!

melody said...

I would give them as Hostess gifts. It would be unique and I think very well received

Renee said...

I have two nephews that I am planning parties for, I would use the first 50 for an under the sea party (fish bowls). The second 50 for the Elmo party and fill them with goldfish crackers to represent his goldfish dorthy. Love these little jars, so many possibilities!

like2cre8 said...

First of all, I love your site. This is the first I have been here and have added you to my favorites!!

As for the use of the jars, I would use them in place of cupcakes on a 4 tier square cupcake tower and fill them with colored candies that coordinated with my Garden Party theme. They would be adorable adorned with Event Blossom's customized labels. Very SWEET giveaway!!

Amber said...

Love these jars! I have two possible uses - 1) give them to my friend to use as her thank you gift for her destination wedding next spring or 2) use them for my Dad's big 50th coming up. Decisions, decisions.

Carla Cavellucci Landi said...

Specially this month, in so many ways... it's my birthday; my son's 12th bday; 17th, his graduation; at the end of the month I'll be receiving guests from abroad... then neighbors to celebrate July 4th... and of course I'll keep a bunch for myself, since I'm starting a new business on events... so much fun!

Nilla said...

I'd fill them with loose assam tea and use the plum label and have great favors for my September backyard wedding. What a great style!

Lyndsay said...

Oh I would LOVE to win these candy jars. They are adorable! My baby girl's first birthday is in July and I'd love to give these out at her party. Maybe with some orange slice candies or red cinnamon bears. Yum! Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway. We're having a big party and winning would be awesome!

Kim - The TomKat Studio said...

I would love to use these for my son's upcoming birthday {if time allows}! I would fill them with red/white/blue candy! :)

applesinNYC said...

It's not food, but I'd put all our arts and crafts supplies in them. Ribbons, bows, stickers, pens, tags, etc. They'd look so great lined up on our shelf.

Sara Rivera said...

my mind is swimming with the possibilities. My sister-in-law's baby shower is coming up and I could give them away as favors with her favorite candy inside or christmas presents to all my friends and neighbors with hot cocoa mix inside. I could use some in my craft room to organize buttons, beads etc...

Alicia said...

My upcoming wedding doubles as a fund raiser for a local camp for terminally ill children. These would make great little gifts for the kiddos filled with something tasty!

JenniBean Bakes said...

I adore the cherry blossom logo!!

I would use these to keep little baking goodies/supplies & give away as part of my wedding favors (we were going to use cookie cutters, but seeing these has swayed my decision!)

Cindy said...

I'd use them as thank you favors at my mother-in-law's 90th birthday open house.

Yolanda said...

We are planning a Roy G Biv-themed birthday party for my daughter’s third birthday in July. These would be supremely perfect as decor and party favor.

Thank you for the opportunity.

Curried Cupcakes said...

I would use these as goodie bags to give out at my 5th anniversary party this summer.

Sarah J said...

I would use the tree design on baby shower favors to symbolize the 'tree of life'. I would fill them with a variety of treats- gum balls, mints, nuts, chocolates, etc. so guests could trade for whatever they wanted. So adorable!

Alejandra Dorado said...

Amy!! Que belleza todo lo que hacés, te felicito, realemnte eres una artista!!
Un abrazo desde Argentina

Ale
www.rapacins.blogspot.com

Melissa said...

I love the idea of filling these jars with little candies and giving them as gifts to friends!

MusicalMom said...

I could use them for tons of things! I'd use some to hold hair accessories for my girls. I'd use some in my craft room to hold crafting supplies. Or I'd use them for my twins' birthday party favors, and some for neighbor gifts. The possibilities are endless!

tricityty said...

I would use these for a variety of things. Favors at a birthday party, candy jars for a birthday party. Ribbon and button jars in my sewing room! Great giveaway!
amberl@mtaonline.net

cynthia said...

I would use them for my wedding in October!!!!

Nicole said...

Those are SUPER sweet! I would use them for my daughter's 5th Birthday Party as a favor. :-)

Mercè said...

Sweet!! They could be the perfect favor for my Ph.D. graduation party!!! :)

Whitney said...

LOVE these! I would use them as the favors at my sister's wedding (which I'll be the planner for anyway)!

Andriot family said...

I love them! I can think of quite a few things I would like to use these for, one being gifts for my office staff or at Christmas time filled with yummy sweets!

Mela said...

These are really cute- I would love to use them on a table setting and as thank you gifts. So fun!

Sarah said...

Fill them with chocolate powder, marshmallows and throw a tag on. Cute little gift of single servings of hot chocolate!

Terri said...

I love these jars and they would be fun to use for a variety of events. My daughter is getting married next year and I would fill them with orange and pink candy (her wedding colors), and write each guest's name and table number on the label to use as escort cards.

Emily said...

Lovely! I would use them as Christmas gifts and party favors.

Shira Palombo said...

Love it!! Since I am planing a Bee party for my daughter I would filled them up with white and yellow m&m's and would add a small little small bee inside or some honey and add a wooden honey spoon to the top of the jar.

mallory said...

i'd love to fill these with my favorite sweets and hand them out at all the backyard barbecues i'm planning on having this summer!

Traci said...

I would fill them with gumballs and use them for party favors at my sons 3rd Birthday in August!

Adriana Pereira said...

I would use them for my mother in laws surprise 70th birthday party.

Me and My Pink Mixer said...

Love these! I would use them for my parent's 50th Wedding Anniversary Party I am having this month :)

Nycia @ Inspired Events said...

How cute!! Perfect for an upcoming baby shower! I would fill them with orange & blue m&m's to be included on a dessert bar!

Amy said...

I would love one for my daughter's big girl room that I am currently working on. It would be great to have a monogrammed one to put her hair bows and barrettes and not have them scattered all over her new room. I love the idea of these jars to hold those little momentos in life. Thank you for sharing.

Laura said...

Very cute! I'd use them at the next party I host as favors.

fchevel said...

I have family in the US that I get stuff ordered to all the time, I hope that is ok?!
I would get the chandelier, design theme would be black and turqouise, with chocolate inside, and saying Love Ferwa on them, because, then I can use them for thank you's, birthdays, farewell, etc. Make people happy in a variety of ways!

Lorena M said...

Oh I would fill them with candy, or maybe gumballs or maybe chocolate or... ok I won't bore you. These are lovely such a nice give away. Hoping I win.

Amy said...

I am in the process of getting my daughter's big girl room prepared and would love the glass jar to hold her barrettes and bows so they are not scattered all over her new room. I love the monogrammed labels. Thank you for sharing.

That Handmade Touch said...

I would fill them with sprinkles to promote my new themed party business. Thanks for the opportunity.

Collections from my Heart said...

ooh i could use this at our 10 year wedding anniversary/vow renewal party this september!

The Kitchens said...

i would use them as favors at my sister's wedding shower and at my precious daughter's 2nd BIRTHDAY Party!!
how fun would that be!!??

Steph said...

I would use them as favors for our teacher's Back to School Breakfast that is in August and I am in charge of!

Kelli said...

I'd use as party favors for a breakfast gathering and fill them with tea or flavored sugar.

Wendy @ Whimsy & Wise Events said...

I would use half for my BF's baby shower and half for my son's 2nd birthday party! :)

Lindsey said...

I love those! I think that I would use them for a bunch of different things. Vinyl, birthday party favor, neighbor Christmas gifts...

Krystal said...

I would use them at a upcoming wedding I am coordinating to give as thank you gifts. So fun!!

Anonymous said...

I would make it a terrairium.

Kasey said...

I would print "You are my sunshine" on the labels and fill with various types of yellow candy. Then hand deliver to Children's Hospital in New Orleans. I've always wanted to volunteer at CH, and this would be the perfect opportunity to finally get myself there! What a fabulous summer pick-me-up for the kids. 100smiles- guaranteed!

Yael said...

I would fill them with goodies and give them to my colleagues at school as a welcome back gift when we return to school in September.

Pilar said...

Super cute and pretty.
I would use them as a tiny terrarium

Nicole said...

I would fill them with gold and white candies and hand them out as favors for my Grandparent's 50th wedding anniversary.

Jennifer said...

I've been wanting to build a studio for years... and I want it to be both stylish and functional. I would fill a wall shelving unit with these, giving each their own space. I would use the containers to organize my jewelry finding, scrap glass and craft supplies.

Maegan said...

I would like to thank 75 people for attending my 30th birthday party! Maegan hall, canton, GA

aimee said...

LOVE THESE! I would have the MONTHS of the year written on them and put them on a shelf in my 3 year olds room. I would write down all the cute things he says throughout the month and put them in the jar.

Jennifer Vasich said...

SWEET IDEA! I would fill these with French Lavender Honey Drops and give them to the first hundred "military moms and wives" that attend our upcoming Michigan Lavender Festival in July....of course we will tell everyone that they came from Event Blossom via Amy Atlas!

Beth@The Stories of A to Z said...

What a fun giveaway. Thanks for the chance!

Sweet Tooth said...

I would use them for my friends wedding. :D She's sweet and I would love to win these for her. I would feel them with lemonheads because her wedding colors are yellow and purple. :D

rosanna said...

I would love to fill it with some gumballs or homemade treats and give them out to guests for my 21st birthday that it coming up!

Olivia said...

Oh how perfect!!
My parents are having their wedding anniversary this summer and I was at a loss as to what I could do for thank-yous to everyone who came. This would be perfect!!
I'm not sure what I would fill the with though.. hmm.. maybe an assortment of chocolate delights!!
How's that sound?

The Lawton's said...

I would give these away at one of our summer parties!

Lori Losee said...

I love these favor ideas. I would use it for my son's dinosaur party and we are doing a candy buffet as part of their take-home favors.

rachel said...

I'd love to use them at my wedding! If they come in on time that is...

Renee said...

My daughter's first birthday is coming up! I have been on the lookout for these type of jars for favors! Awesome!

Ann said...

The jars are so cute! I would use them as thank you gifts.

MC said...

I would fill them with sweet & savory popcorn to give away as birthday presents or during the holidays. Pair with movie tickets or a bottle of wine. Also, at events it would be a cute display that guests can either take away or scoop from to fill individual bags.

<3 your site, Amy!

T's Mom said...

I would love to use them for giving away treats for the holiday season!

Treats by Ting Ting said...

I would fill them with ice cream toppers, such as sprinkles and mini m&m's!

Crafty Batches said...

I would LOVE to use them at my New Year's Bash - my Pajama Jammy Jam, and give each my guests a little something fun to take home! Thank you! ~Sam

Katie said...

I would give these cute jars to my friend for her wedding in October! She would be so surprised/excited!

VK said...

As a shower favor, although it is probably late for my june 12 event.
Next time?

MP said...

I would fill them with chocolate, lots and lots of wonderful dark chocolate.

Stacy Thereza said...

i would use the jars during a baking party for kids. kids these days are so hands on nowadays and what better way to have a baking party? they can hang out with their friends, bake their favorite treats and have a great time. each jar would be filled with ingredients to make one cookie or one cupcake. for example, a jar would have flour, chocolate chips, sugar and baking powder. On the top of the jar: there would be a sticker that says, "A sweet treat!" There would be colorful ribbons on each jar along with a cute tag that has the ingredients and directions. After the baking, they can eat their "sweet treats" with delight and use the jar as a keepsake after.. maybe to use as a piggy bank to save for more desserts!

Teri said...

Oh my goodness! I would use them as prizes in my classroom. I'm a math teacher and have a challenge problem every week. I draw names out from all of the correct answers and usually make little gift/prizes for my students. They would just LOVE getting one of these with our school name on it. How neat!

Anne said...

My husband and I are on a team to plant a new church in our town. I would fill the jars and give them out on our first Sunday! What a sweet favor idea! Love it!!

Pam said...

I would love to use them as a gift for the ladies that attend our ladies tea at my church!

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