Emerson Creek Pottery & Zevia Soda #Giveaway (US Ends 4/1)

A CRACKER BASKET & SODA GIVEAWAY EVENT

MARCH 27 – APRIL 2, 2012

http://www.emersoncreekpottery.com/servingware/copper-clay-cracker-basket.shtml

Emerson Creek Pottery is handmade ceramic pottery in the USA. Each of the design are original and it is all created right in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. If you are looking for dinnerware, kitchen ware and bake-ware, check out their online store for a fantastic selection of each. This basket is a Copper Clay Cracker Basket that is 2″x8″x1/2″ and it is created from lead-free clay with the ability to be warmed in the oven or microwave! I like to pamper my kids when we are eating snacks so I place crackers on low and warm them in this Cracker Basket. The result of baking in this basket provides warm crackers to crunch and faces that say, “I love you!” Really if you have not tried crackers warmed up you have missed a true treat. The color of the cracker basket is a warm copper brown and it is a fantastic way to also serve buffalo dip, since it can be warmed in the same tray.

cracker basket zevia

If you love soda with your crackers you are in for a super great treat! Zevia has offered a free six-pack to FIVE lucky readers! You can have your Crackers warmed and enjoy great healthy soda! A true delight for those of you who love to snack!

We will have 6 winners on this giveaway! Good luck– we love snacking as much as you!

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Comments

  1. Kathy Davis says

    The American Blue Mixing Bowl is the most exciting piece for me. I collect blue bowls!

  2. Jane Broadway says

    I like the Tuscan Olive pattern.. and the Red Poppy.. oh my! it’s all so pretty! I’d love the Red Poppy dinnerware, starting with the service for 4. I received some Very Old Blue Ridge dinnerware from a dear friend, whose family had used 12 place settings for the “lake house”..many years ago. It was a mix and match pattern (set) .. the plates were one . and the cup/saucers were another..etc.. But they all matched so pretty! Not all pieces have survived the years, but I’m proud of what few pieces I own.

  3. jessica hager says

    They have such beautiful items, the Iris Mixing Bowl really caught my attention .