Sunday, January 25, 2009

Bloggy Giveaway: Recycled Stamp Jewelry


It's Bloggy Giveaway time again! You don't want to miss this one! This stained glass necklace is made with an authentic vintage stamp, reusing in style! The artist, Lindsay Troutman, has a love for taking old and vintage pieces, and creating a true work of art. An EXCLUSIVE for Mama Goes Green, you won't find this anywhere else! Pictures are a good representation of what you will receive, although exact colors and stamps will vary due to the one of a kind nature to these necklaces.


All creations are made with silver plate chains, and lead free solder.


There are 4 ways to enter, choose on or all 4 for more chances to win:






  • Comment with the next step you want to take to "go green"


  • Tweet about this giveaway


  • Subscribe to the Mama Goes Green Blog


  • Join the Mama Goes Green Facebook Group



All jewelry is now 20% off on Mama Goes Green! Make a wishlist, and send it to your Valentine. The power of suggestion always works ;) Good luck! Winner will be announced on Feb 1st.

128 comments:

Sage said...

The next step for me would be to begin composting. We're very excited to give it a try!

amy said...

we are trying to reduce our use of paper products so we are using all cloth napkins. it is great!

NMLady said...

Our next step in going green is using less electricity but unplugging appliances when not in use, turning off the radio when not really listening to it, turning off TV when no one is in the room, and making sure kitchen lights are off when we leave, also not using all the kitchen/dining lights unless they are actually all needed.

Barbara said...

My husband and myself would love to afford a solar panel. Right now we use canvas bags for food shopping, open blinds in the day time for light and heat and recycle cans, bottles and plastic.

Alitheia said...

My next green step is to have a 'green hour' everyday when I turn off all things electronic and spend time outside in a way that doesn't up my carbon footprint. To this end, I've also been thinking about starting a spring garden :)

blueviolet said...

My next step is to change the types of products I use. Mine are too chemically laden, I feel.
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blueviolet said...

I joined your facebook group.
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blueviolet said...

I subscribed through RSS via my google reader!
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net

samsakara said...

My next step is to stop using plastic grocery bags.

samsakara@twcny.rr.com

Dionna said...

I am trying to use reusable grocery bags instead of plastic.

eyeslikesugar said...

I need to start investing in walking more places as opposed to driving. I'm already making a start. I should also spend more time biking to further distances. Thank you for offering this giveaway!
eyeslikesugar [at] gmail [dot] com

oonagh said...

our next step is actually getting some reusable grocery bags; well, that and remembering to actually use them!!

Denise said...

I am wanting to start using green cleaning products!

ariyana9501 said...

I am currently finishing all of my cleaning products, and replacing with eco-friendly ones. One step at a time! Thanks!

paula h said...

I want to totally do away with using any paper towels and to run my dryer less.

Tiffany819 said...

I have started recycling and using recyclable bags. My next step would be to get a Hybrid but that won't happen anytime soon! lol Thank you for the giveaway!

Jennifer said...

The next step for me would be to use less electricity. Thanks for the giveaway!

mattandjen[at]gmail.com

Meg said...

i want to start using all reusable grocery bags

onourwayonline.com

Reeva said...

I want to switch to all "green" cleaning products.

I'm having so much fun making friends and blog-hopping again this year.

Thanks for such a generous giveaway! I hope I'm chosen as the lucky winner!!!

Michelle said...

I've been thinking of growing some vegetables this spring. Thanks for the chance to win!

divaqueenie said...

My next step is to give up my paper products...especially my paper towels.

Lilith Silvermane said...

My next step... Tightening my gas cap... The fumes that go into the atmosphere are so harmful.. and just making sure it's closed tightly... 3 clicks.. is a small, but necessary step!!

LilithSilvermane(at)gmail(dot)com

Kizzie said...

My next step is to replace my cleaning supplies with green supplies to lessen chemical use

Merry said...

Thanks for the great giveaway--it's really unique! Right now, I'm going green (and saving money!) by carefully evaluating all energy use. I'm turning off lights, unplugging when not and use and turning down the thermostat.

Merry said...

Subscribed!

Kayleigh (sometimes Robin) said...

My next green steps will be to cut our electricity useage and to start a garden & composting.
Thanks for the fab giveaway!
Robin
cokelush at gmail

An iMperfect wIfe said...

The next step for us is buying more in bulk and less individually packaged items. We need to reduce our waste. We have way too much garbage (I think) for 2 people!

Jenny

SewsCute said...

We just started recycling but now I really want to make my own grocery bags and stop getting the plastic ones at the store. Now that my sewing room is unpacked...I can get to sewing them!

AudreyO said...

I want to cut out more paper waste, such as online bill viewing and paying.

okaat said...

Our next step to go green would be to change all the light bulbs in our house to energy efficient ones. We are also shopping at grocery store for less waste, by cooking from scratch. Watching the product packaging and buying bulk food products.

Laurel said...

i'm going to plant a garden this summer. =)

Laurel said...

i subscribed via google reader!

Jodi said...

We are going to start conserving electricity by making sure things are turned off when not in use. We have a bad habit of leaving the computer on overnight and we're going to try and stop that!

Sarah said...

Gorgeous necklaces!!

I've purchased reusable bags, but I need to start REMEMBERING them. I try to keep them in the car, but it's easy to forget. I need to make it a habit.

Lady Christie said...

My next step is to change my household cleaners to ones that are eco friendly

imchristiedammit[at]yahoo[dot]com

socmama said...

I want to switch to green household cleaning supplies. Thanks!

Beth said...

I am going to try to remember to unplug appliances when not in use and use cloth bags for shopping.

Abby said...

I would love to start composting. My husband isn't sold on the idea yet.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I am interested in using less harmful cleaning products, or making my own from natural ingredients. Thanks!

Shirley said...

My next step is to use more green laundry and cleaning supplies.

MoniCue said...

I am seriously pondering an indoor worm composter...composting suffers in the WI arctic temps.

monicawalk AT hotmail DOT com

Deedles said...

Unplugging appliances when not in use and using cloth napkins.

ShaunJoy said...

I want to switch to more organic cleaning supplies (I hate throwing out my current stuff, so it's a gradual transition).

tatertot374 said...

THank you for the great giveaway.
I would love to win. Our next step is to start a compost pile.
Thank you
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

Kristina said...

My next step in going green is going to figure out a way to have a small garden even though we live in an apartment. Fresh veggies are always better grown at home! Thank you! KMC3050@gmail.com

Audra Marie said...

My next step is to research safe cosmetics for my teens plus grow my own herbs. :) I'm slowly getting greener. :)

adashofsassitude(at)gmail.com

Celeste said...

We're planning on starting a garden this spring.


contact me at:
celeste@mail4me.com

DEBIJOT said...

I use my recycle grocery bags.

Erika Lynn said...

We are going to start a garden this spring.

Reva Skie said...

I am trying to wean off disposable paper products like Lysol wipes and paper towels.

DANIELLERX said...

Our next step in going green is replacing our current radiator/
window air conditioners to a central air/heat system.Thanks for the giveaway!!

dlfrx(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

Jenna said...

We are also planning a garden for the spring... I would like to buy some bins to make our recycling more conducive and therefore more effective... and when I have children (hopefully soon) I have every intention of using cloth diapers.

noreen said...

rain barrel

Mia J. said...

Our next step is to start planting a vegetable garden and also to remember to use my reuseable shopping bags.

Jenna said...

Those are lovely! Next step is to replace my current cleaning products with greener options.
frog123 (at) cyipcom (dot) net

Carrie said...

Give up the water bottles! I would love to wear one of those pieces. Thanks!

L. K. said...

My next step is to use the car less. This has meant planning trips better and walking more. Thanks for the giveaway!

lmillitch (at) gmail (dot) com

Sarah Z said...

I want to use green household cleaners!
Thanks
Sarah
believedreamcourage (at) gmail.com

micaela6955/Michele P. said...

my next step for going green is buying cloth diapers for my new grandbaby!

micaela6955 at msn dot com

Becca said...

I would love to walk more and drive less. That is one thing I haven't ever been good about. Thanks! sbcashortie (at) hotmail (dot) com

Anonymous said...

I would like to find a craft to use phone books for.
M. Waters
svnhm1@yahoo.com

Ebie said...

start cleaning more w/ organics - vinegar, baking soda, etc

ML said...

Well, I just put up a clothesline in the backyard. I'm using the free sun and air to dry my clothes. I have big plans for the house I want to build - a windmill to power some of our house. We live in a very windy area. I want to reuse tires this spring to grow potatoes. Thanks for sharing.

baron4ml at yahoo.com

the pearson c.a.s.t. said...

we honestly just started to hard core recycle. my next step is to cut out our paper products, food storage bags, etc that you can't put in the bin. thanks so much for the op - i love your site!

ailad said...

I'm in the process of planning a garden. Kinda difficult since I live in an apartment, but I'll make it work!

A family of boys said...

We're working on a garden to hopefully get us most of our produce. By the end of the summer, we want to have enough things stocked up so we can continue with local and seasonal eating through the summer.

valerie2350 said...

growing more veggies this year :)

valerie2350 said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/valerie2350/status/1154460193

valerie2350 said...

subscriber

Nicole said...

I want to use reusable shopping bags

Janna Johnson said...

I want to start using reusable shopping bags at the grocery store!

Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

Janna Johnson
jannajanna@hotmail.com

cvdmvega said...

my next green step is to garden at home...Lord willing I will be able to provide part of the food from the garden if I can keep the chickens we just started raising...chickens are great as long as you don't have a rooster...you can order a group of only female...who would have thougth...This would be so cool...thank you so much for participating in the giveaway...Carol Jo
cvdmvega@yahoo.com

Peggy said...

Put a stop to junk mail because we are already green and frugal.
Thanks for the giveaway

Peggy said...

I joined you on Facebook
Peggy Gorman

Jingle said...

My next step is to start diligently researching green cleaning products. I want to make the switch, but I really want stuff that actually works!
jinglesells at gmail dot com

Shannon said...

I'm going to use tote bags instead of plastic grocery bags. Thanks!

Jill said...

Using a shopping toe instead of supermarket bags.

jill.watkins@gmail.com

Ginny said...

I was doing good with using canvas totes but a lot has been going & I've been slacking. I was actually thinking a couple days ago, I need to get back on track. That is my step right now, always bring a tote!

Ginny said...

subscribed

Ginny said...

Joined the facebook group!

Angie(quillysilly) said...

I am collecting re-usuable grocery sacks for shopping, plus we are not buying bottled water anymore, but refilling our own!

Angie(quillysilly) said...

Joined the FB group

Whimsical Creations said...

I am using the reuseable bags when I go grocery shopping.

=) melanie
http://melaniescrafts.blogspot.com
melanieadey at hotmail dot com

Jenn said...

Next, I'm going to buy a big bunch of rags and quit using paper towels. jennifer.lynn.vincent at gmail dot com

gahome2mom said...

What a neat hobby! We recycle every Thursday. We don't let water run continually either. Thanks.

Larissa said...

My next green step is to start composting in my garden.

larissalmarks (at) gmail (dot) com

Godesseablu said...

My next step in going green is to start using green cleaning products. Thanks, Godesseablu@msn.com

Nelsby said...

My next green step is HYPER-VIGILANT recycling!

Thanks for this fabulous giveaway!
awaerhouse at gmail dot com

Nelsby said...

I subscribe on Google Reader.

Thanks for this fabulous giveaway!
awaerhouse at gmail dot com

Rita said...

I would like to get a compost bin for my husbands garden.

hazel said...

I want to make compost heap in my garden
mitanari[at]yahoo[dot]com

bonobo said...

We need to start composting our kitchen scraps. Thanks for a great giveaway!
jjdragonfly [at] gmail [dot] com

Kiy said...

We are currently working on our next step. We have cleared a large area out of our garage and have six bins for recycling. Our area doesn't do pick up so we had to hunt first how to drop off (and where), but we finally found out how! We are very excited to finish the project and start. (We just moved here, our old city had curbside pickup. Recycling was easy and everyone did it, not so here!)

Cheers, Kiy

Anne S said...

Walk more and drive less!

aine_42 [at] yahoo[dot]com

Anne S said...

Joined your Facebook group, too!

aine_42 [at] yahoo[dot]com

Kookaburra said...

We're always looking for new ways to live a more enviromentally friendly lifestyle. It's so important and I'm glad that my kids will grow up thinking these things are the norm.

We just recently started lowering our thermastat. I'm trying to keep it lowered... but I'm always cold no matter what it's set on. So I'm working on that one still.

The next thing we're doing is switching our trash bags to ones made from recycled materials. Just gotta use up my stock of regular bags first.

Oh, and thanks so much for the chance to win. Those necklaces are great!

Cheap Like Me said...

My next step is not taking takeout containers -- bringing my own instead.

Shel said...

I want to start biking more starting this spring. We're already recycling and trying to conserve electricity and natural gas, but I'd love to start bike riding more places instead of driving. Not only is it more "green" but the cost savings and health benefits would be great too.

shel704 at aol dot com

Shel said...

I tweeted:
http://twitter.com/auntiethesis/status/1159201274

shel704 at aol dot com

Shel said...

I joined the facebook group (Michelle Hudak)

shel704 at aol dot com

Shel said...

Subscribed via google reader

shel704 at aol dot com

Sarah said...

As soon as we have some room in our bigger home, I'd like to start recycling plastic and aluminum.


Thanks for the great giveaway!
elizardbreath8 at yahoo dot com

debbi said...

try reducing the use of paper products. thanks for the giveaway.
djohnson@catcrew.com

Willo said...

My BIG next step to go green is to plant a garden and some container plants in the spring and hopefully start growing our own food.

I also twittered and subscribed. I am excited to catch up!

theradgensclan@hotmail.com

Deci said...

I want to virtually eliminate packaging in my purchases.

Shops Galore! said...

I am starting to use only natural household products in my home. Thanks and God Bless! Celene

Cristina said...

I only buy earth friendly cleaning supplies. That was my biggest habit to break, as I swore by Ajax and bleach.

Jenn said...

I want to try green cleaning supplies, but figure it's better to use up what I have first, rather than just dumping it.

Erica G said...

I want to start buying food from the local farmer's market. Thanks for the giveaway.
babychooch (at) gmail {dot} com

autumn said...

i want to start composting and get a vegetable garden going. i love how beautiful being green can be!
button.lambright@gmail.com

Donna M. Clark said...

My next step towards goping more green would be to plant a vegetable garden.

Fresh Mama said...

Love it!

Reginald said...

drive my car less

reginald2004 at gmail dot com

Emily N. said...

organic cotton clothing instead of regular cotton.

Anonymous said...

Buy locally made stuff.
Valuedcustomer(at)live.com

Book Spot said...

Well we definitely want to use solar panels (but I'm not sure that's a 'next' step because of the cost right now) but I'd also like to plant a fruit tree and some vegetables...if that counts?

Lori said...

We can switch our Electir bill to Green electric, which funds green energy. As soon as we can swing it, that's our next step. Thanks!

lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

PastorMac's Ann said...

I'd like to grow a garden this summer and I'd like to get a car that gets much better gas mileage.

jubys1mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

PastorMac's Ann said...

I'd like to grow a garden this summer and I'd like to get a car that gets much better gas mileage.

jubys1mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

Elsie said...

Teach children about recycling, and about the value of our resources such as water and trees(not to be wasted)....

The children are our future and the keepers of the Earth.

pumpkinlady430@yahoo.com

Mama said...
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Anonymous said...

:p

sushi_noem said...

The next step for me is to begin replacing my bath and body products with more natural options.

Berek said...

I would really like to switch from oil to geothermal heat at home. The technology is getting better all the time.

yanix said...

proper garbage disposal!!

yanyan_140[at]yahoo[dot]com

yanix said...

i tweeted this!

http://twitter.com/arianegomez

yanyan_140[at]yahoo[dot]com

Cedaracrelady said...

We have recycled everything that one can for a few years now and I stick everything in one or two containers in the kitchen and my husband moves it all every night to the laundry room containers. My issue is I really need large container for things once separated as it all piles up so messy and cluttery,esp cardboard stuff and plastics. So I would love more organizing tools. We only take it to the recycle warehouse once a month or so when I have had it with the clutter and Whine, Such a girl!

saucy salsita said...

what a great idea. I love unique looking jewelry, especially recycled!
Saucy Salsita, AKA The Sexy Hippie - Because sexy comes in GREEN!