Wouldn’t you like new canning supplies for National Organic Harvest Month?
This is week three of #OrganicHarvest15 and we have something special planned for you. As part of the theme for this week – Preserve the Harvest – we have teamed up with Orchard Road for a fantastic canning package.
One lucky entry will win:
1 6 pack of 8oz jelly jars
1 6 pack of 16oz pint jars
1 6 packs of lids and bands
1 6 packs of decorative purple gingham canning caps
They’re also including a coupon code for 25% off an order! Use Coupon Code Deco25 at checkout.
Enter to win below.
The giveaway is sponsored by Orchard Road and begins on September 13th at 6 AM Central Time and runs until September 19th at Midnight.
Entries are open to households in the continental United States only. Package value $20
September is National Organic Harvest Month and to help you make the most of your harvests, I’ve teamed up with these other amazing bloggers.
Please be sure to check out their tips and more: Rachel from Grow a Good Life – Kathie from Homespun Seasonal Living – Teri from Homestead Honey – Chris from Joybilee Farm – Susan from Learning and Yearning – Shelle from Preparedness Mama – Angi from SchneiderPeeps – Janet from Timber Creek Farm
Wanda Cooksey says
Some canning. The smallest probably for some overnight oatmeal. 🙂
Kim Hulett says
I use canning jars many ways. I canned homemade pickles earlier this year and have a stock of dehydrated foods in the pantry in other jars–with the oxygen-removal packets (cannot remember the exact name).
Need to dry store some items with oxygen absorbers. The jars would be a good start.
Canning or dry canning.Thanks for the chance.
I’ve been canning for 40 years. Never enough jars!
Isn’t that the truth Susan!
Charlotte waring says
I ,like a fool gave away a bunch of canning jars in a move several years back , thinking I wouldn’t do that any more…. Well now it’s costing me a small fortune to replace them , been happy to get back into canning 🙂
Oh my Charlotte! I have hundreds of canning jars and my family thinks I’m crazy. We moved from Oregon to Texas and I brought them all with me – you’re right those babies are expensive to purchase by the case and all I could think about was all the money I would be giving away. Good Luck!