03 December, 2010

"What's a Contest Without Prizes . . . "


Greetings,

I hope everyone has been having an amazing week.  Personally, I've been in New York visiting with my mom all week.  We had a mad flurry of the BIG THREE.  Shopping.  Dining.  Theatre.  But, I'll update you on those in the coming days.

Heading home today - and excited to get a better look at the emails in the "Tartanscotcontest" in-box.  Y'all have been VERY busy getting your homes ready for the holiday season - and I thank those of you who have already send in pictures for the contest.

If you're still waiting - you have until December 16th.  Check HERE for all the detail on how to enter.  And have a look HERE at the exciting panel deciding on our winners.

But, have a look below for the prizes for our contest . . .

For the 1st prize for the Christmas Tree Contest - A beautiful collection of ornaments from Gumps in San Francisco, retail value $125.00.  A charming group of our SF landmarks to enjoy each year . . . 




For the Dining Table Contest - A spectacular serving tray - in ceramic and pewter, from Anthem in San Francisco, retail value $210.00.  Anthem always seems to have the perfect hostess gift - and a marvelous collection of excellent presents for the season.  If you live in the Bay Area - please stop by and have a look.
For your Mantel - the perfect scented candle - from Ralph Lauren.  




And since we seem to be having a large number of entries - I'll offer a Baekgaard Tartan Notepad for second place in each of the three categories.




Keep those pictures coming,
Scot

3 comments:

Sarah at Finishing Touch Interiors said...

Is there actually anything they DONT do in tartan. Love the serving tray :)

vignette design said...

Hmmmm, I am loving the Ralph Lauren candle. Gorgeous! Hopefully, I'll get my decorating done this weekend and enter the contest.
I just wrote a post on tartan plaid. Hope you don't mind, but just HAD to sneak in your "Tartan and Toddies" video. It is wonderful!

Kevin Graves said...

I have the candle I ordered when buying his Equestrian Braid bar tools. But I have to have the serving tray. I collect pewter and ceramic pieces. This will go with my W-S ceramic & pewter canister set. Thanks for posting!

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