Simply Tangled Giveaway

we love giving and getting gifts from simply tangled ceramics so i thought i would extend the giving to you, dear readers!

one of my favorite christmas gifts from last year was my highly coveted ceramic flask. for mother’s day mike gifted me a matching vase. both these items adorn our kitchen window shelf because they make me so very happy to see every morning. and just last week darla and i gave mike a belt crafted from lance’s handy work.

my point is, we love their work. we feel very lucky to have such talented friends. we hope you will love it too!smallyellowbowltopsmallyellowbottom

simply tangled has generously offered up this hand crafted bowl to a MomJeanz reader. If it were coming to our house it would become a lovely little candy dish to stow our non-individually wrapped christmas candy. or used for some peppermint ice cream for our little miss.

but it’s not coming to our house. it’s going to yours. do what you want with it. keep it or give it away as a gift since that’s what the season is all about.

head over to and check our their portfolio. leave a comment on this post letting us know your favorite simply tangled piece and you’ll be entered. winner will be announced friday.

  looking forward to your comments and GOOD LUCK.

oh, and there will be a discount for readers on their etsy site. stay tuned later in the week for discount info!


7 thoughts on “Simply Tangled Giveaway

  1. Firstly, I want to know what you drink out of your ceramic flask. Those are so cool. I don’t know if they exist else where, but it’s the first I’ve seen of them. They make me think of southern ladies drinking old timey drinks while convening in lawn chairs on the side walk.
    But my favorite would be the yarn bowls. They’re gorgeous and just so decadent in a simple life kind of way.

  2. I am going to go with the flasks although I find the yarn bowls incredibly fascinating. I just like multiuse vessels better. I envision the flasks with all sorts of tops subsituted for corks….like those dispensers for liquids like oil & vinegar or that bartenders have on bottles or hand soap pumps. Also, my mom had this attachment for a soda bottle in the 50’s so she could sprinkle clothes before ironing. Salt and pepper tops and you could have spice servers, etc.

  3. My fave is the yellow floral mug, followed by the flask. I bet they would make an awesome butter ceramic holder….I can see the same design from the flask on something like that! Love that you are supporting your friends lainey and I love contests! :) Miss you, Mike, and Darla much. PLZ come visit me if you can . . . hint hint Mr. Wright.

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