Life In The Garden Giveaway

bunnyweathervaneWouldn’t you like to have this rabbit weathervane. Well you just might be the winner on Wednesday April 22, 2009. When you see the post on April 22, start signing up. I will draw a name on April 23 and you will be notified. The winner will be announced here at my blog also.

Rabbit Weathervane in Red Rust and Olive Bronze from Teak Wicker and More

Made of hand forged metal, this weathervane is finished in red rust and olive bronze.Features:

  • Rabbit weathervane
  • Designed by Billy Moon
  • Red rust and olive bronze finish
  • Overall dimensions: 24″ H x 23″ W x 6″ D

When the folks at Teak Wicker and More contacted me about a giveaway, I was skeptical. You who are faithful readers know I don’t advertise. After taking a look at their site, I was convinced this might just be a fun thing for you and me.

While browsing the site, I was looking for an item that would bring life to your garden in a way you don’t always consider. I saw this rabbit weathervane and knew immediately it was the perfect item. I see many of you post about bunnies both good and bad. This bunny won’t eat your plants. It will become a focal point for that certain area you want to draw attention to. And, it can be moved!

The weathervane above is crafted and designed in a way that it will fit all your different styles both modern and country or eclectic. It will move with the wind if you mount it to do so which brings life and movement to the garden. I would mount it on a porch post right in the middle of the garden. Have you seen that done before? Just sink the post right in the ground and put the weathervane on top.

When considering ‘Life in a Garden’ outside the normal thought of birdbaths, lounging areas with trellises, patio furniture–consider other areas that affect the senses like firepits ( there is a cute firepit called Evening Sky), trickling water from a fountain( check out copper kettle), accent lighting, wind socks, flags, sculptures, stacked stones, dangling objects from a tree, and so many more that add to the charm of having a garden. It doesn’t have to be just plants.

The weathervane above brings life in the form of wind. After all, most plants need the fresh air to avoid being too wet. The wind also strengthens stems and branches. The wind carries pollen so life can continue. Breezes are ever changing and will turn this bunny to look in many directions. Won’t that be fun?

Disclamer====The company will deliver right to your door and they offer free shipping. If the item should be broken or there is trouble with the order, I am not responsible. Or should the item be out of stock, I am not responsible for making a substitution or offer any money for items not received or damaged. In other words, after I announce the winner, you will be dealing with them directly. Should Teak Wicker and More back out of the offer, I am not responsible. ==========

Signups start April 22, 2009. Watch for the post! Life in the Garden Part 1

14 Comments Add yours

  1. I’m going to the Teak Wicker and More site next! How exciting; I will be back tomorrow!
    Yes, do come back. Good luck.


  2. Karen says:

    What a cute weathervane. My grandfather used to have a weathervane on top of his house and after they moved out, I never figured out what happened to it. the last time I drove by their house it wasn’t there so it definitely went somewhere…..
    Now that is too bad indeed. You need it. It should be at your house. I bet someone took it and made a fortune. If you do see it–I give you permission to get it back.


  3. Jen says:

    I’ve never had a weathervane! Wondering if they have to go up on top of the house. Where else could they go? This one’s very pretty!
    Sunroom, on a post in the middle of the garden, on the fish isle at the grocery store. It will sit anywhere you want it to. Isn’t that marvelous.


  4. Wanita says:

    Now that’s the kind of bunny I wouldn’t mind having in my garden!
    I have spent all morning and most of the afternoon rebuilding the falling-down-coldframe. I rebuilt them so I can put the seedlings on top. The bunnies are eating them–errrrrr. I have to get them off the ground. The bunnies found a way in and are having a hay day.


  5. Randy says:

    How nice of you to host a give away! I’ll have to go check out the site.
    Thank you! and I’m even nicer cause I could have chosen the second gift for me but I’m offering it here instead. More fun that way! Good luck!


  6. Joy says:

    Anna .. this most likely does not apply to us Canadians (darn it !!) but I have to say that is one very cute weather vane !
    Speaking of copper top firepits .. perfect for roasting marshmallows ?????? LOL
    Sorry Joy, I did just confirm that it is open to the US only. Are you telling me you can’t roast marshmallows on a copper firepit? How come? They might flare but they would turn to ashes I suppose.


  7. Darla says:

    Now that would be cute in the middle of a garden.!
    That’s what I was thinking!


  8. Catherine says:

    I saw that when I looked at their website. It’s very cute and I’ll be entering for sure!
    There is too much there I want. Good luck.


  9. Racquel says:

    What an adorable weathervane. It would look great on my little shed. 🙂
    Yes it would and good luck.


  10. cindee says:

    (-: I did guess correctly(-: I win!!!(-:
    I will be doing the bunny dance soon!!!(-: Or should I sing….Here Comes Peter Cottontail? (-:
    Yes, you did guess and I wasn’t surprised. I almost said something but then it would have given away this post. I have a plan 😉 Ok, I’m getting ready to post the consolation prize. The weathervane is #1 and then—there is—-


  11. Tatyana says:

    Oooh, that bunny is so cute…. Hop to the Pacific NW, bunny, hop, hop!
    Sign up on Wednesday–you never know. I like it too and that’s why I picked it to give away. If it does come to live at your house, I want pictures.


  12. Gail says:

    I was tempted by the firepits…there needs to be one in the GOBN! gail
    That is exactly what you need–a firepit. Eventually, I want to put one down at Copper Top for those Autumn evenings and roasting marshmallows.


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