{Win} with Consol!

Everyone knows that all things taste better, look better, and are better for the environment when they are in glass. And there are so many wonderful ideas out there for using glass to store everything from flour in the kitchen, to ribbon and lace and all sorts of other pretty treasure. 
Consol has been so very kind to give me a lovely hamper filled with glass goodies pretty paper straws to give away to one of my readers. All you have to do is comment on this post with some idea's of what you would use your glass jars and bottles for. Get creative and you could be the lucky owner of a whole bunch of new glass goods!
For extra entries you can tweet about the competition (don't forget to tag both me @RoxyPearce & @Consol_Glass so I can track your tweet) or tag CityGirlSearching & Consol in a post on Facebook
{This competition is only open to South African readers and closes on the 15th Jan 2013.}
Good luck everyone!
xxx
Here are some idea's to get you thinking...

If you're feeling really lucky, why not also enter Consol's Mixology Competition, where you can stand a chance of winning one of 12 Mixology parties for you and 20 of your friends! 

All you have to do is upload a photo of yourself drinking something (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) in a glass bottle {not drinking glass} to Consol's Facebook page (click here). You have until the 7th January at midnight to get your entires in before the winner is announced! Who wouldn't want to celebrate the opening of the New Year in style with a party hosted by Liquid Chefs?! Click here for more info :)

Christmas Wrapping {Inspiration}

A little wrapping inspiration for you today from Facil y Sencillo.

I will be doing more of these posts, to help you get those creative juices flowing for wrapping your Christmas gifts. 

Enjoy!
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{Inspiration} Thank you gifts

At the August I Heart Market in Durban, I spotted these really pretty vinyl stickers on little jars at the Little Mud Hut Designs stall.  I was immediately struck with what a cute gift they would make. My mind ran wild with images of buttons, ribbon & lace. These little guys were a gift from Vanessa (who is just the sweetest lady, and the brains behind the Little Mud Hut Designs). I am planning on using these to say thank you to some special friends who have been invaluable to me during the wedding planning. 

I also filled them with some pretty pieces I found at Mr Price, but really, you could fill them with anything {even ingredients to make hot chocolate or chocolate chip cookies would look amazing in these jars}. Why not reuse & recycle by visiting your local thrift store (my favourite is the Hospice and SPCA shops right here in Pietermaritzburg) and get crafty with all the different sizes and shapes of glass bottles there.