Frozen Creek Woodworks {Handmade Giveaway #4}

I couldn't believe it when I was notified that I had won this really cool wooden tote box from Frozen Creek Woodworks in a giveaway hosted by A Day in Motherhood. I knew that Little Guy would love it. He does. His tote has the coveted assignment of holding all of his prized Thomas trains. I cannot stress the level of honor he has bestowed upon this tote! Yesterday, I was helping him clean up all of his cars, trucks, trains, etc. for nap time and I made the huge mistake of tossing a few Hot Wheels into the tote. He freaked on me! "NO! That's Thomas trains' house!!! Car goes in other box!" Um... OK?

You can tell that this family is dedicated to creating safe, quality products when you read their profile on Etsy:

"We are a husband and wife team, and parents of two little boys. Chris started off making wood toys for our boys. They are the inspiration for our projects. We love creating toys that we know are completely safe and non-toxic. Our little family is nestled in the hills of Central/Eastern Kentucky. We love this area and look forward to raising our boys here.

From Chris:

I like to try a little bit of everything when it comes to woodworking. I use reclaimed wood from the house I grew up in on Frozen Creek in Breathitt Co., KY, to build many of these items. The wood came from trees logged by my grandfather over 30 years ago.

From Crystal:

I'm in charge of running the shop, and I've also began to get into the creative side by painting some projects. I hope to do more of that in the future."

In addition to the beautifully-made totes, Frozen Creek Woodworks caries  a variety of handmade wooden toys. There is the classic rubber band gun, beautifully painted bookmarks, and gorgeous vehicles (trucks, trains, etc.) I would like to give one of my readers this really cool Old Timie Pick-Up Truck:

This handmade wooden toy pick-up truck is perfect for small hands. Your little one will have a blast pushing this toy around, and you will feel good knowing it is all natural and safe for him/her to enjoy!

It is made with pine, maple, mahogany and oak woods. It is about 5 1/2" long and 2 1/2 inches wide (counting wheels). It is finished with safe, non-toxic salad bowl oil.
 So, what do you think? I know that Little Guy would have this truck carrying all kinds of interesting loads and vroom-vrooming all over the house!

And... Yes! Frozen Creek Woodworks is offering a discount code for my readers! You can use MCCRENSHAW to receive 10% off your order through June 10th. (Don't forget, you can use that code to get another 5 extra entries into this giveaway!)

Enter to Win!

One winner will receive the Old Timie Truck pictured above. This giveaway is open to US.

Mandatory Entry:
Go to Frozen Creek Woodworks and have a look around. Comment with one item that you would like to have most. **Leave you email address in your comment so I can contact you if you win.

Extra Entries:
For each extra entry, leave a separate comment. (If it says +2, leave two comments, etc.)
  • +1 entries - Like Frozen Creek Woodworks on Facebook

  • +1 entries - Follow Frozen Creek Woodworks on Twitter (leave your Twitter name in comment)

  • +5 entries - Make a purchase from Frozen Creek Woodworks. Just let me know you did so and the First name, Last initial you used to order.

  • +1 entries - Follow me on GFC - right sidebar

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  • +1 entries - Follow me on Twitter

  • +3 entries - Subscribe (& confirm) to my emails - right sidebar under Networked Blogs

  • +3 entries – Share this giveaway on Twitter, Facebook, your blog, etc. Just leave me a direct link in the comments. ONE TIME ONLY!

This giveaway will end on May 27, 2011, at 11:59 PM EDT. Winner will be notified by email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. Winner will be chosen by the widget I have embedded at the bottom of this page. GOOD LUCK!
*I have NOT been compensated for this review or giveaway. I won an item from this business on another blog giveaway and liked it so much that I wanted to get the word out to my readers about this business.

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