Saturday, December 8, 2012

Oysteria Ornament Give Away… {Christmas 2012}

 

My friends at Oysteria, Monique & Leslie, have once again offered the Uptown Acorn a give away. I know you’ll be excited to vie for these ornaments.

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December’s give away will be for not one, but TWO Oysteria Christmas tree ornaments.

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The ornaments are so versatile. They can be hung on a tree. They are perfect tucked in a wreath. They can also add some pizzazz to presents. Who wouldn’t want to receive a package bedecked with an Oysteria ornament?

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Check out Oysteria’s website: click HERE

Check out my past Oysteria post: click HERE

What is your favorite Oysteria piece?

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To enter my December give away, you must follow my blog through

Google Friend Connect or Linky Followers.

You must also leave a comment on this blog post letting me know what you would do with your ornament if you were the winner. Comment below, please!

To increase your chances, please follow me on facebook, and leave a comment. Follow me on facebook: click HERE

Winner’s name will be pulled on Thursday, December 20 at 6:00 AM central time.

Enter now! Good Luck!

And thanks to Completely Coastal for sharing my holiday oyster shell wreath.

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Oysteria ornaments, y’all!

46 comments:

  1. I would display the ornaments on a shiny brass nail in my kitchen ... But only in JAN FEB MAR APR SEP OCT NOV & DEC

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  2. Ron, I've been soooo enjoying your Christmas home tour each day. You are so gifted. Love Love Love oysters!!! I love to use the shells to decorate all year round. And I simply LOVE to eat them as well. Any way, raw on the shell, fried (Oh them Po Boys!!), in a stew. They always bring me back to your wonderful state Louisiana, which I visit every winter.

    So the lovely ornament would grace my Christmas tree, but would not be put away but enjoyed all year round to always remind me of LA.

    Thanks for all you do,
    Ann

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  3. They are gorgeous! I have on oyster ornament painted like a Santa that we got when the kids were little. Your decorations just send me into a swoon! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs, Linda

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  4. Count me in! I would add them to the mantel garland or the tuck them into the tree. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

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  5. I would follow your lead and place them on a wreath. And of course, there are year-round wreaths, so it would always have a place. You started me using acorns in my decor. Now why not oysters???
    Merry Christmas and thanks for your fun blog.

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  7. Love the giveaway and your wreath. I have never seen a limpet shell except on the internet. Love your oyster shell wreath. It makes me want to make one, and wish I had thought of that! ;o)

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  8. Oh, and I follow on Facebook, too. Meant to say, I love the way that present in wrapped. Green/brown are one of my favorite Christmas color combos!

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  9. LOVE THESE!!! I would tie mine to the top of my apothecary jars that sit in my kitchen (you have two ornaments, I have two jars... so it must be meant to be!!! haha) I follow you on Linky and like you on Facebook. Your Christmas decor is just divine. I look forward to looking at it every morning! Hope you and J have a wonderful Christmas!
    Natalie Barker

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  10. I'd hang mine on my Belizean Christmas tree-an eclectic mix of meaningful ornaments. Haven't found the perfect New Orleanian ornament and this would be perfect!! Merry Christmas and happy blogging!

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  11. I just popped over from Shenita's blog. Love everything New Orleans. I'm from Alexandria, now Dallas. We were just in NOLA for Emeril's Boudin' and Beer festival. Ate at Acme osyter. Would love to score one of those ornaments too! I don't facebook, but I'm going to follow your blog right now. Does that count? Oh, and I would place the ornament somewhere in the kitchen to remind me that I am hungry for oysters.... and New Orleans.

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  12. I'd put them in a basket or bowl on my coffee table or tuck them among other natural pretties to enjoy all year long. I think they'd be beautiful anywhere. I'm a happy new follower. I'd love to win.

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  13. First, I have to say again that I adore your oyster wreath! As far as the ornaments, I would add them to the other two that I have and eventually commission you to make me a really special wreath with those beautiful pomegranates that you have and I'm determined to find! Fingers crossed! :)

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  14. Those are just fabulous, Ron. I love them but I am starting to pare down on Christmas plus I have won several giveaways in the last year so I will pass my luck along to someone else- Hope you had a great Saturday- xo Diana

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  15. This ornament would be the perfect center piece of my framed burlap that changes throughout the year. I love your blog, it takes me to my favorite place on earth without leaving my couch. Keep your posts about the best city coming!! I also love that you post almost daily! Merry Christmas from Alabama

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  16. Also, I liked you on facebook.

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  17. I would make a smaller wreath and hang them up on my baker's rack. Of course they would stay up year round. Who doesn't like s good oyster?!

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  18. Should I win,I promise to give them to you.

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  19. I would Love these!!!

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  20. Before following your blog, I would have walked all around an oyster shell. I am now hooked. I'm on a mission to find me a slew of them and create myself a hurricane lantern like you have!

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  21. Me! Pick me! I never made my trees and now I'm in desperate need of some oyster in my Christmas!
    XOXO

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  22. Me! Pick me! I never made my trees and now I'm in desperate need of some oyster in my Christmas!
    XOXO

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  23. Enter me. Enter me. I want them to top a stack of design books on my sofa table. I love Oysteria. Thanks for introducing me to them. I am addicted too. xo, Jill

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  24. Well, Ron, if I would win these beautiful ornaments, I would share one with our son, Marc, who works for the WL&F Oyster Leasing Division and it would be meaningful to him. The other would hang proudly on our Christmas Tree. Love all the Oysteria pieces and posts; really loved the oyster shell dress from the other day!

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  25. I absolutely follow your blog & would looove these ornaments for my tree, though I'd prob share one with my mother-in-law who carries her own oyster knife in her purse always... :)

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  26. Would love to have one of these oyster. I can look at it and dream of a good salty taste. Or, fried to perfection. otway56@aol.com

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  27. I love these!! I would hang them on my tree for now, but they would definitely stay out all year round. Love this blog!!

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  28. I love these!! They will look fabulous on my tree. But, I would definitely keep them out all year long to enjoy. My fingers are crossed!

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  29. I'm a pinky follower! I would leave them up all year long-on my mantle mixed with fishnets and moss or in a bowl on my coffee table!!! I'm in love with oyster decor!!

    Rachel

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  30. If I were the Lucky Winner, I would place these Oyster Ornaments in my Kitchen, on a Cabinet so that I could see them daily and enjoy them Always!!!

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  31. New follower! I would simply use the ornaments in my tree. I like for my tree to be sort of like a treasure hunt, with each ornament having a story ... like a charm bracelet. I think I would give the other ornament to a friend as part of the wrapping of her wedding gift because whenever I see oysters I think of how much she loves them.
    Also - loved the pom pom trim on the burlap wreath on your other post of the breakfast room!

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  32. I am a new follower and just love reading all of the neat blog posts! I would have these beautiful oyster ornaments out all year long, I can't wait to put them up!

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  33. I am also a fan of The Uptown Acorn on Facebook!

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  34. What a great giveaway! I love it! I am a follower on GFC. I would hang these on the decorated garland on my mantel.

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  35. Ron, I fell in love with the oyster ornament as soon as I saw it on your tree. Of course, I love all your oyster plates too. I would display the ornament on my bottle tree in the kitchen and hopefully collect more in time. Thanks for the chance to win and of course I am a fan and follower. Happy Holidays to you and J.

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  36. I LOVE anything Oysteria!!! Between your blog and Dixie Delights I am obsessed with all things Oyster. I would use these all year long. Really hope to be the winner!!! I follow you on Linky!! Love your house, you have amazing taste and style.

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  37. I almost forgot to enter... been so busy around here! I follow you through GFC. I really want them to tie on the greenery on the four poster bed in my guest room. :-) xoxo

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  38. I follow you on facebook, of course! xo

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  39. Very cool!!! I would have to add this to my natural wreath I make every year (boxwood wreath made at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home), would go with the starfish on the current one. It would fit in with my Seashell Christmas! donna

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  40. I would add these beauties to our deck Christmas decor. Burlap and oysters! Perfect
    stephani
    sbelam@hotmail.com

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  41. I set out this past weekend, in the rain, to find oyster accessories for my home after reading your blog and seeing pictures of your gorgeous home! I would love to win these beautiful, timeless pieces for my family tree.

    I follow your blog!

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