Tuesday, August 18, 2015

GIVE AWAY ~ Hickory and Walnut Serving Board



You guys!!! I am just over the moon excited about this give away! I have been drooling over these serving boards for months and was ecstatic when Julie Jackson from Scrap Cycle approached me about doing a give away for you my lovely blog readers. Is this not the most gorgeous serving board ever??? Swoon...

This mini serving board is perfect for jazzing up your side dish.  It is made with hickory and walnut feet for easy handling around the table.  It is finished with food safe walnut oil for protection. One lucky winner will receive this mini serving board!

Scrap Cycle is an Indianapolis based business dedicated to producing high quality wood products using only reclaimed or scrap wood; adhering to sustainable business practices.  Julie Jackson, wood working woman in charge, uses discarded wood to craft unique items for functional home beauty and accessories.

Not only does Scrap Cycle sell these beautiful serving boards, but many other amazing products as well. Everything from home decor to bike racks to bowls and necklaces too. Every piece I've seen of Julie's is so well made, and you can just tell that each piece is made meticulously and with so much love behind it. Use the code: Darcie, for 15% off your purchase at Scrap Cycle on Etsy!

To enter for your chance to win this handmade hickory and walnut serving board, follow the steps below in the Rafflecopter box. The give away ends at midnight on 8/25/15.


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49 comments:

  1. I'd serve cheese, salami, olives and pickled okra (and eat it all myself)!

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  2. Cheese and olives for this girl!

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    1. Those would look lovely on the serving board!

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  3. Fresh tomatoes with Fresh Mozzarella Cheese.

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  4. I'd probably make a fruit display!! Is it okay for cutting on too?

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  5. This is a great giveaway! Since I have so many fresh veggies from the farmers markets in our area, I would probably do a veggie and cheese setup!

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  6. I'd make a cheese wheel. Several different kinds & colors of cheeses. With a few veggies on the side.

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  7. Whatever blog recipe I was testing at the time. ;)

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  8. Meats and cheese. Sliced cucumber or peppers

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  9. I would like to use it for veggies and pair it with a cute dish with dip.

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  10. Meats and Cheese to go with a nice glass of wine

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  11. colorful sliced veggies with some tasty dip in a cup

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  12. I would set up an antipasta platter on it salami, cheeses, art choke hearts olives etc.

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  13. I should proof my comments before sending them lol

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  14. Cheese and meats sound good!

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  15. I would serve fruit on it! You can't go wrong with fruit!

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  16. we love sprouted flour from Azure standard made into Gwen'snest sour dough bread....served on the cutting board with soup all round...nom nom! Especially some of Darcie's beans soups! <3

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  17. Thanks so much Darcie for all of your hard work! The meal plans you create are such a blessing to me!

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    1. I forgot to say what I'd serve...probably nuts, cheese and pepperocinis! (My fave snack)

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  18. Pepperoni chips, cheese crisps and pear slices....my favorite snack ever!

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  19. Pepperoni chips, cheese crisps and pear slices....my favorite snack ever!

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  20. I would serve cheese and beef sticks with veggies.

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  21. I'd make a beautiful meat and cheese tray. What a gorgeous serving platter that is!

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  22. So many fun things you could do! I love meat and cheese trays...add some on plan crackers and yumm-o!

    This is stunning!

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  23. Cheese, peppers and some homemade THM crackers. Or maybe I'd just use it like a plate for my lunch. Because sometimes you just need something fancy :) Neat to see they're from Indy, I live in Indiana too.

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  24. I'd use it for some good Wisconsin cheese.

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  25. Meats, cheeses and fruits for a yummy, romantic meal with my hubby :)

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  26. Probably cheese of some kind. Cheese on wood seems so rustic and romantic.

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  27. Probably cheese of some kind. Cheese on wood seems so rustic and romantic.

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  28. I would serve parmesan stuffed mushrooms on it first.

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  29. I will slice my Cherokee Purple tomatoes from my garden on it!

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  30. I will slice my Cherokee Purple tomatoes from my garden on it!

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  31. Cheese, Cheese and more cheese. YUM!

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  32. I would serve strawberries(and other fruits) and beef sticks -shaunie

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