OpenSky Eco-Friendly Cardboard Vase Giveaway

Remember when I told you about my OpenSky shop? It’s the place where I stock products I use and truly love (as well as products I’ve spent lots of time researching and are on my own personal wish list). I’ve slowly been adding more and more items, and I think I’ve got some pretty great stuff in there. When you check my shop out, you’ll notice that I’ve got a nice combination of eco-friendly goods, products that are health/nutrition/cooking/gardening related, and a few photography essentials…

Well, the generous folks at OpenSky are letting me give away one of these cool recycled cardboard vases to a lucky reader! The retail value for the vase is $40, so this is a great giveaway!


Made of all natural recycled honeycomb cardboard by a company called Cardboardesign, the vase contorts into a number of different shapes and is extremely durable (click on this link and go to Liquid #2 for a demo). Both kids and grown-ups will appreciate how creative they can be with this unique piece. These are made entirely in the USA, using high percentages of secondary fiber (including old corrugated containers, kraft paper, and old newspapers), so they keep these items out of landfills.

So visit this link to enter to win the vase. You’ll be asked to input your email address, and one winner will be chosen at random. If you are the winner, you’ll be notified within 48 hours.

If you aren’t the winner, no worries…you’ll still receive a 10% off coupon which you can use toward the purchase of any item in my OpenSky shop, Do you have your eye on this great composter or this gorgeous Kitchen Aid Mixer? Then you’re in luck because you can save 10% on these items and everything else for the next week.

The contest is open to US and Canadian residents and the 10% off coupon expires one week from today. Good luck!

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2 thoughts on “OpenSky Eco-Friendly Cardboard Vase Giveaway”

  1. Lovely! I just saw a cool photo of a display in a pie shop (Cambridge, MA). The entire display was all kinds of pies made from cardboard and packing peanuts. It really made a very attractive display. Always enjoy learning about creative uses for “stuff”.

  2. Very cool cardboard vase collection they have! I’ve never actually seen anything like it. I’ll definitely look at what else they carry :)

    ~Aubree Cherie