Monday, June 18, 2012

Summer Celebration Sponsor Spotlight: All of the Above

Summer Celebration
I was browsing on Etsy one evening, searching through the hundreds of Etsy shops that are based out of my hometown, when I came across a really eclectic assortment of items from All of the Above. All of the Above is owned by Carolyn Hill, who also owns a brick and mortar store, Savannah's Garden Treasures on Irby Street in Florence, SC. She has graciously and excitedly agreed to sponsor a prize package for the Summer Celebration Giveaway Hop!

I am a huge fan of supporting local businesses, but let me explain why Carolyn's shop stands out to me. All of the Above is a shop that offers vintage and antique items that still have life in them. After all, why pay for a newly manufactured kitchen utensil when you can put to good use a utensil that was made 60 years ago and has so much more flair? At the core of being green, is the "reduce, recycle, reuse" mantra. Carolyn's shop offers so many choices for items that can be reused, whether for their original purpose or ,for the more creative, some new purpose.

Vintage Hatpins from All of the Above
All of the Above's inventory is divided into categories that sport enticing titles such as "shabby, rusty, crusty" and "vintage and quirky" and even "gardeny stuff". You will find more than just old kitchen items. Vintage Coke items to rusty pieces of old farm equipment, and skeleton keys to tin bathroom trash cans How are just some of the interesting items you may find. You may find an old plastic flower to go in your craft drawer or invest in a reasonably priced set of Fireking for your baking.



Ring of Skeleton Keys from All of the Above
All of the Above is offering a prize package for the Summer Celebration Giveaway Hop, so check out the Etsy shop now by clicking here You'll love it!

Between June 21 and June 29, 2012, you can enter to win this prize package pictured below! Just click here or the link at the bottom of this post to be taken to the Rafflecopter entry form. Best of luck!


All of the Above: Vintage, Eclectic, Handmade, Shabby, Rusty, Recycled is offering the following items, pictured below, as a prize package for the Summer Celebration Giveaway Hop, approximate retail value being $75 for the package:  

  • Dec. 8, 1968 TV Guide, featuring Elvis Christmas Special
  • Mod Daisy Broach
  • Brass Duck
  • Vintage Ecko Hand Mixer
  • Vintage Serving Spoon with Mushrooms and Onions on Handle
  • 1960s Postcard from Smoky Mountains
  • Coke Tack
  • Hobnail Milk Glass Vase



Click here to go to the entry form!

16 comments:

  1. Very cute hatpins. I can't keep cute stuff around this place with a 3 year old and 19 month old! All of the bottom two shelves on any piece of furniture are bare for a reason!

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  2. I love the Mid Century Seed Wall Art Hanging Plaque! Super cute eclectic shop!

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  3. Very cool shop! Love the hat pins!

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  4. What a great Etsy shop! I added it to my favorites :)

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  5. Fun stuff. I love vintage things!

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  6. What neat stuff! I love the milk glass vase!

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  7. What a great shop- love all the vintage stuff. I was given some of my grandmother's things after she passed and now see vintage in a whole new light.

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  8. I love the vintage hairpins and paper dolls. It's been a while since I've seen paper dolls anywhere.

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  9. I think this stuff is very nice. I love the vintage products. I think the different antique keys are all pretty cool.

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  10. love this shop-what fun to window shop & hopefully buy! loved the red enamel bowl

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  11. I love that this shop sells unique vintage items. Plus I love that this means less stuff heading to the dump

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  12. I love etsy, and I love antiques, put them together and it is just wonderful!Thanks for showing us this great shop.

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