Sunday, February 6, 2011

One Heart One World 2011

The winner of the OHOW giveaway is Ruby in the Garden!! Congrats and thanks to all who played! This has been fun!

The 2011 One World One Heart Blog giveaway has started!
a little intro, We are a creative family who loves dirt! We started worm composting over 5 years ago, and raising worms over 4 years ago on our small urban farm. Now we spend a lot of time volunteering workshops at local schools and for the Metro parks to spread the word about composting and happy worms = happy soil!

now for the give away!

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Last year it went over so well, so this year we will offer it again!
Our prize is worm castings!
1lb. bag of Worm Castings,
yes a bag of worm poop for free!


Worm castings are excellent fertilizer for your soil and seed starters! Plus it is organic and the only kind of fertilizer you can use straight on your seedlings without bringing them! You can read more about them in our past blog posts.
To win, all you have to do is leave a comment below and we will announce the winner on February 17th!!

Side note: to all our overseas visitors, if you win I will pick an alternative gift since worm castings don't travel well by mail!!

109 comments:

SpiritMama said...

We moved recently from Texas to Iowa, and haven't started composting again because of the cold winters. We've been thinking about worm composting, maybe this is what we need to get started ;-) I've used worm castings on my carden before with great results.
Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Lynn said...

Hi there,
Just popping through on my hop around the world and wanted to say hello...
What a great blog and such an interesting prize you have to offer, so please count me in!
And if you have the time please visit me for my mini album giveaway, I would love to see you:)
huggs
Lynn x
#744 on the OWOH list
Lynn's Designer Creations

Pattee said...

Wow do my gardens ever need this!!!!
Please enter me!
: ) Pattee

Teri said...

How cool is that!! Very unique giveaway!
If I win, I will use this on my herbs. Thanks!!
Please include me in
your giveaway.
Come visit me at http://designforty-8.blogspot.com/

Thanks Teri abella4@att.net

Donna said...

Thank you for taking the time to offer this lovely gift and thank you for the opportunity to win!

Belinda said...

your blog is beautiful .please visit mine #425
Belinda
my giveaway is a ooak polymer bunting baby
lbjnflower@gmail.com

Doreen G said...

Wow now that is some prize but I don't think it would get through Australian customs so if my name comes out I would like you to draw another name if that is ok.

gpc said...

Yay, what a great giveaway! I am so very glad to meet you! I hope you will find a minute to drop by my blog, too.

Threads of Inspiration said...

I can't tell you how happy some worm doo doo would make me! We are in freezing Wisconsin and just having this would help me to remember spring is on its way. Thank you for the opportunity to win this!

Barbara Mason said...

Worm poop - yes!!! I am an avid gardener & besides art goodies, I can't think of a thing that I would rather have!!!
Have a wonderful OWOH! Stop by for a visit ... http://anartsoul.blogspot.com

Tumbleweed Trails said...

It's great to see you back again. Ah, yes, that wonderful worm poop! What would we ever do without it all. I'm thrilled about der slime and poo-poo, anything to help my garden grow and my flowers flourish. Hope you have oodles of fun during OWOH. I've enjoyed it so much over the years seeing all of the wonderful blogs and meeting everyone. Thanks for your participation in the event.
Jody
visionquest2020 AT msn DOT com

Julie said...

Can't say I have ever heard of worm casting before but I'd be excited to win them just the same.
annewithany2 at hotmail dot com
http://spiceandallthatsnice.blogspot.com/

Janine said...

Hallo , nice to meet you.
Thank you for giving us the chance to win your great doorprice.
This is cool.
Please count me in.
Please come visit me on my blog aswell,I join the OWOH- event too.
Regards from Germany and happy OWOH
Janine

Gabriela said...

hello from Ohio,US! I like your blog and would love a chance again at those wonderful worms!
gabriela #439

Kelly Jeanette said...

Hi from East Tennessee. Nice to meet you.
Worm poop? How interesting. My poor garden could use all the help it can get as I have a brown thumb. Please do add my name to the drawing and drop by my blog sometime.

artworks_studio said...

Cool Beans!I am so glad I stopped by your blog!I am having so much fun on the OWOH tour! Please wander over to my blog if you can.
Laura
http://laura-comito.blogspot.com/

Beth said...

Living in rural New Hampshire in the woods on an old farm how could I pass up worm poop!!! LOL, LOL. What a great idea and a fabulous thing you are doing! I just love it. Please enter me for a chance to have my very own worm poop, err, castings. If I win, I will have no more excuses about getting my compost pile going!
I would love to have you stop over to my blog (#409 on the list) for a visit and chance to win my door prize, albeit nowhere near as exotic as yours, nonetheless:D
Hugs from snowy and icy New Hampshire,
Beth P
http://elizabethstudio54.blogspot.com

WindandHoney said...

My garden is in dire need of this prize! I hope I win. My garden hopes I win! And my neighbors hope I win!
I'd love for you to come by my blog and visit. I can't offer you worms. : ) But I can offer you a cup of tea and a smile.
#68
Elizabeth

Janice said...

I don't think worm castings would make it to my house but a surprise would be wonderful!

Nanbon44 said...

stopping by from Florida gulf coast area, so nice to meet you here, stop by my blog for a visit... and you can bring the poop, my plants would be so happy
#566 & #567

C5 said...

It's a unique giveaway but it's really great for the soil! :) I just also joined so I hope you can visit my entry too at http://globalrecycledproducts.com :)

Susan said...

Thank you for a lovely visit on the OWOH flight. Your blog is so interesting and informative. Thank you for sharing! Warm regards, Susan

PEA said...

I never thought I'd ever say I want to win worm poop but I do! lol We have a huge veggie garden (in the summer time) so this would be great for it:-)

Make sure you come by and enter my own giveaway if you haven’t done so already!!

Hugs, PEA from Canada xox

Susan Faye said...

Greetings from Oregon, USA! I'd love a bag of worm poop for my posy patch! What a great giveaway! Stop by and say hi at my OWOH post...I'm # 457 http://www.365catladies.blogspot.com. All the best, Susan Faye

Nikki said...

I definitely have a black thumb (or whatever the opposite of green is!) However, this would make a great and unusual gift for my mother-in-law's upcoming birthday. She is *HARD* to shop for but LOVES to garden. Count me in!

Hope you have a great day!
~Nikki

P.S. Please drop by my blog if you have a chance: #783
http://www.booksmithstudio.com/contests-and-giveaways/one-world-one-heart-global-blog-giveaway-event-2011/

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Greetings!...So pleased to visit your lovely blog. I am a Canadian Mixed Media and Digital Artist and look forward to meeting a new friend. I hope you will visit my blog as well.
http://gaylepage-robak.blogspot.com or #230 on the OWOH list.

Thank you for including me in your wonderful gift draw.

Hugs, Gayle
e-mail: gaylepage-robak@westman.wave.ca
my blog: http://gaylepage-robak.blogspot.com

Arya said...

Thank you for being apart of the OWOH journey around the world...Your giveaway is super exciting!

arya_wiese@yahoo.com
http://lifethegoodandthebad.blogspot.com #725 on the list

Regina said...

It was wonderful wandering through you world today on my OWOH journey. Thank you for having me.

Thank you for the chance to win your giveaway ^_^ What a unique and kewl gift. I already have a few planting spots picked out.

I hope that you will come and visit me too in Alabama on your next outing. #104 Southern Ooaks

Hugs,
Regi

random thoughts do or di said...

Great blog. I will come back and read through it all. I love to garden.I am so excited to participate in my first OWOH blog tour . I hope I am lucky enough to win.
please check out my blog

Cameron said...

We're planning a huge crop of tomatoes this year....these would be perfect!

Smiles,
Cameron #83
paintmyselfpretty(at)yahoo(dot)com

Susan Burgess said...

I'm the gardener in this house so bring on the worm poop! hehehe Great idea! Sanna

stampgram said...

Hello from Cody, Wyoming USA. I enjoyed visiting your blog and learning a little about you. Love your giveaways...my hubby will love these for his tomato seedlings. Please enter me.
(stampgram AT yahoo DOT com )
If you have a moment stop by and enter these giveaways too.
# 385 http://stampgram.blogspot.com
# 132 http://papertraders-art.blogspot.com/search/label/Home

Stitchety Grub said...

I can just imagine what Australian Customs would make of worm poop LOL! so please include me in the mystery alternative giveaway and do come and visit my blog and enter mine too –if you haven’t already – I am #139 - I will be back for a more leisurely look around your blog after the event :-) – Cheers Britt in Australia

Mandy said...

lol...would love to win but may not be able to have it posted to australia...boo hoo...but count me in your draw please...i am number 813...
mamdaray@bigpond.com
take care
xxx

cottageprims said...

Never tried to win poop before..LoL..Count me in on the lovely giveaway.If I should be the lucky winner just email me through my blog.Warm Blessings!~Amy
http://bumblebeelanecottage.blogspot.com/

Annie said...

All sounds interesting!!!It was so nice to stay awhile and enjoy a coffee with you. If you get the chance I would love you to visit me downunder so I can return the favour. mustlovepaint.blogspot.com

Chris said...

My blog is about gardening so as you might guess, worm poop would be the best prize I could win! Please stop by my little corner of blogland as well OWOH 760.

Healing Woman said...

I'm already a follower to your interesting blog and have benefited by some of your very helpful hints. I'd love to be in on the draw..I could use the worm castings etc. for my pitiful little garden. Thanks so much. I'm over at number 92.

silvia said...

I've enjoyed perusing your blog :)
The worm casings are such a wonderful giveaway!!

Shirley said...

What an interesting product! Another problem about sending it internationally is that it might not be allowed into another country with laws being what they are. It would be fun though to win your alternative gift.

Teresa Carns said...

Hello from Pleasanton, CA, USA
Enjoying my vist to your blog
Please enter me in your lovely giveaway
thanks for the consideration :)
Cheers!
Tere
emailwhimsy (at) yahoo (dot ) com
http://favoritethings.typepad.com/delightful_whimsy/

Teresa Carns said...

Hello from Pleasanton, CA, USA
Enjoying my vist to your blog
Please enter me in your lovely giveaway
thanks for the consideration :)
Cheers!
Tere
emailwhimsy (at) yahoo (dot ) com
http://favoritethings.typepad.com/delightful_whimsy/

Fat Dormouse said...

Hey! What a great giveaway gift - though sadly I'd have to have the "alternative" (whatever that might be) as I live in France.
This is my first time participating in OWOH and I'm really enjoying going round the world and visiting people's blogs. We truly are a talented bunch, aren't we?!
I hope you can pop in and see me at http://dormouse.wibsite.com/2011/02/02/one-world-one-heart-2011/

alison.wale@hotmaildotcodotuk

Elaine Akers said...

Hello from southeastern Massachusetts. Thanks for the opportunity of winning your worm poop giveaway.:-) My hubby would be happy if I won this, because he has a big garden and grows organic. He espcially loves growing heirloom tomatoes.
Stop and visit my blog #634, as I have several giveaways.
http://elaineakers.blogspot.com

Jessica @BeforeTheDawn said...

I just spent about a half hour reading some of your archived posts. We got a plastic worm bin from my son's class, the principal decided they couldn't have it in the class room so the teacher had to give it away. My son begged me to take it, so we did. I really know nothing about it, and online sites vary with information. Some of your posts were definitely informative for me.

Oh yes, and you can enter me in your giveaway please! :)

#436
http://beforethedawn.org/wpblog/?p=2306
snowpumpkin at gmail dot com

Gail said...

I love worms, too. Count me in, and thanks for your great newsletter.

The Holleys said...

I'm not a worm lover coz I'm afraid of them but I love to plant so I could really use this. :D

jacque4u2c said...

Greetings from Louisville, KY - USA
Nice to meet you and visit your blog.
Winning your give away would be awesome!
Thanks for including me in your drawing..Come visit me, I am playing too.

jacque4u2c.blogspot.com
jacque4u2c@gmail.com

Geri Centonze said...

Now who wouldn't want worm poop! I'm enjoying my worldwide blog tour! If I'm lucky enough to win, please contact me through my blog

BabesbyBarb said...

love this giveaway, I sure could use some for my flowers. please stop by my blog and visit me
BabesbyBarb.blogspot.com
b_guilford@yahoo.com

Anne Gaal said...

Hi there! So nice to meet you through One World One Heart 2011! :-)

I'm #407 and you can see my OWOH giveaway at: http://www.gaalcreative.com/2011/01/31/one-world-one-heart-2011-begins/

Worm castings are a fabulous idea for a giveaway! We compost, but the worm castings would be a nice treat for our garden! Thank you for including me in your draw!

Deedra said...

Now THIS is a cool giveaway!! Please count me in!

Connie said...

great giveaway prizes! please enter me in your giveaway and come enter mine!

Thespa McLaughlin said...

Awesome! We could use some of that. We're just getting our seeds started for our garden this year. Can't wait for fresh tomatoes! lol

Debra said...

Wow what a lovely giveaway! Please add me to the list !Thank you for the opportunity to win!
Willnnabel@catel.net

Aimee Jeffries said...

How cool, I would love to try this when I plant this Spring!

Jennifer Pride said...

Very cool. My husband and I do a lot of planting in the spring.

Jennifer

Hope said...

Well who couldn't use a bag of worm poop! Very generous, very unique. Thanks for the chance. lostgame at pacbell dot net

HHCampbell said...

Hello! I've bookmarked your blog... we got our own worm compost bin two years ago... and are loving it. I'd be thrilled to win some worm poop! :)
Stop by and vist me at #769. Cheers!
http://hhcampbell.blogspot.com

Micki said...

What a wonderful door prize! Thanks for the chance to win! Please visit me at Irish Muses #678.
Micki

NEEDLEWINGS said...

O.K. then, I wasn't expecting a third party creation! lol Worm poop has to top my list of the most creative give away I have ever seen! I wouldn't turn it down though, recycled gifts are good.... and good for the soil! Wanda in Ohio #220
http://needlewings.blogspot.com
needlewings(at)mac(dot)com

Tammie said...

that is a wonderful give away, I am smiling because it was so unexpected, but love it because it is great! if you wish do stop by my OWOH as well.

Quilt or Dye said...

I don't garden but I bet my potted plants would love the castings!

Birgit said...

Worm castings, huh? Well, since I am from overseas -- Germany that is --, you would have to come up with something else. And since I love surprises, please count me in! :)

Happy gardening,
Birgit
# 66

Nic said...

This might be the weirdest thing that I have ever wanted. Like actually want. Shooting stars from very cold Wisconsin! Visit me at #517!
xoxo,
Nic
indigostarfairy@gmail.com
http://indigostarfairy.blogspot.com

Mallory said...

Nice! I could use that!

mallorygoldie.blogspot.com
goodasgoldie at yahoo dot com

Dolly said...

Ouuu how exciting!
We are organic gardeners, and we grow and can all of our foods!
This is so exciting.....I'd love to try these products!

Smiles, Dolly

Wendy said...

Hello from Wonderland. It is so nice to meet you and visit your little part of Blogland. I would love to be included in your enchanting giveaway. Happy OWOH! Please do drop in during your journey.
wishes and whimsy
WenDy from WonDErlanD

http://candydelane.typepad.com/curiosities

Sigrid said...

Is astonished! So a wonderful Giveaway. I try to win it.
You have here a very nice Blog.
Visits please also my Giveaway OWOH #646
Greetings,
Sigrid

Susanna said...

wormpoop? that is something differnet!! i do have a garden, but it is all ready ritch of worms!! But it is an original give away, so i will join this one!!
Love from Holland, Susanna

Caroline said...

Starting a new flower area so this would be perfect! Please enter me--thanks :) OWOH #318

Marina said...

Yes! I need worm poop for my poor Florida sandy soil! I'm growing veggies since last year :-)

s hyler said...

I would love to be included in your wonderful drawing, if you get a chance to stop by, I am blog #809

MoonWillow Art Studio said...

Hello there :) Nice to meet you! Just quickly glanced at your blog & will definitely have to come back later to see more! Please enter me in your giveaway. I'd love to win! And please visit my blog & sign up for my giveaway, if you haven't already.

Have a beautiful day!
Karmen
MoonWillow Art Studio
OWOH #94

mom of 3rd culture kids said...

Hello from Thailand!

Wow! that's one unique give away..and quite timely that my daughter has been quite interested with gardening lately.

Here's my OWOH post..please click here.. :)

laetriciajaniel (@) gmail (d0t) com

Robin said...

what a cool give away LOLOL i love it-my garden would really love it LOLOL
robin krieger

Leslie H. said...

Great prize I do organic gardening and would love this. Come visit sometime. www.beckoningoflife.blogspot.com
Bye, Leslie

Barbara Olivo Cagle said...

Worm castings...great idea and would love to win your drawing. Please visit my blog, too. I am the author of "16 x MOM: A Mastery of Motherhood." I am giving away my book and a couple of laminated 4 leaf clovers.
#844
barbara@barbaracagle.com
http://blog.barbaracagle.com

Shariyah said...

What a clever giveaway! Perhaps this is what I need to start that little garden I've been dreaming about for so long... Please enter my name in to win! If you haven't already, please stop by my blog where I'm giving away an original painting (by me of course!) I'd love to see you there!
Peace & Love from New Zealand,
Shariyah

www.shariyahgarner.blogspot.com

Melanie said...

Great prize! It fits who you are and it's a great gift for any gardener!!! It's great to meet you here on OWOH

~Melanie
thecreatorspalette at gmail dot com
#14 "Melanie's Journey"
http://thecreatorspalette.com

Peggy Alborn said...

Well, who can resist this? So glad you came to visit me! Peggy www.misspproductions.blogspot.com

Wanda AKA "Craftymule" said...

Hello from beautiful NW Arkansas! It's nice meeting you! Please enter me in your fantastic giveaway and be sure to enter mine, too (if you haven't already.) #215 on the list.

Warmest Regards,

Wanda Eash
Two Crafty Mules
http://craftymule.blogspot.com

purplume said...

Lovely, thanks for sharing. I love my garden. Have your best OWOH ever!
ceriusdesigns@gmailDOTcom

Rusted Wings said...

what a cool (or crappy=) gift! seriously, i'm into worm casting and would definitely put them back into the soil this spring!!
please stop by my blog #30 on the list
http://rustedwingsstudio.blogspot.com
warm hugs & blessings from Montana!
abigail

Beckie Holso said...

Isn’t this fun? I just love OWOH! Thank you for participating… please count me in for your terrific giveaway. If you get a chance, I hope you’ll visit me too (if you haven’t already).

Beckie =)
artbeckons at hotmail dot com
San Diego, California, USA

OWOH #119 http://artbeckons.blogspot.com
OWOH #132 http://papertraders-art.blogspot.com/search/label/Home

Shama-Lama Mama said...

We just recently bought a house and started composting. A friend told me about castings and I would LOVE to give them a try! Thanks for the chance to win!

Sharon said...

I got a worm box as a Christmas present year before last and love it. Count me in as my soil can use all it can get.

JDConwell said...

ME ME ME! I want the worm poop! You don't have to sell me on the benefits...we've been organic gardeners forever. What a cool doorprize!
Jan
#610
Hermits' Garden

Lemondrop Marie said...

What a cool GREEN prize! I am thrilled to enter.
Marie @ Lemondrop ViNtAge
OWOH giveaway

CathyH said...

Thanks! This is awesome! I started a compost pile last year and happy to see worms in my gardens!
cathyguitarteacher-77 at yahoo.com
http://www.cathyhorner.blogspot.com

SharDon Exclusives said...

I hope you are enjoying the OWOH giveaway! I have met remarkable blogs there fore remarkable creators. Enjoy!
Sharon

Tina Wilson said...

worm poop! yay! yep..you saw that correctly..I am actually excited about your giveaway. as a gardener who loves to implement organic methods in the garden this giveaway is right up my alley.
nice to meet you through this event. inviting you to stop by my blog and say hello too.

Just Jenn Designz said...

Hello and greetings from Virginia.
What a unique gift... worm castings! I would love to be entered for a chance to win. We just recently bought a home and I have been filling it with indoor plants and flowers. I also want to start an herb garden and think this would be wonderful!

I would love for you to hop on over to my blog for a visit. I am #78 on the OWOH participant list.
*hugs*,
Jenn
justjenndesignz.blogspot.com
justjenndesignz@gmail.com

GraceBeading said...

Wonderful (and different) giveaway, please count me in!

Thanks so much for the chance,
Grace
#399

Susan said...

My big flower bed has been neglected since I got hurt on the job and dealt with many complications since (2005) but Hubby vowed to help me bring it back to life this coming spring. Perhaps the worm poop will do the trick. he gardens on a larger scale for veggies, and we compost but I know nothing about worm composting, perhaps it is something we could do also. Any chance of sending me information on how to do it, whether or not I am your winner? I am house bound and perhaps it is something to help keep me busy.

Anyway please count me in, and PLEASE come visit #209
thanks, Susan
(Pieces of Fate)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You have a lovely blog. I really enjoyed my quick look around. I would love these castings for my garden. Please enter me in your giveaway and visit me, if you haven't already. I'm number 11 and my information is on my profile page.

Michele's Treasures, Teacups, and Tumbling Rose Cottage said...

What a great giveaway with spring coming on (can't wait 'til it's here). My plants can use all the help they can get. Thank you for the chance. ;)
~Michele
http://michelestreasures.blogspot.com

Lezlei Ann Young said...

Ya learn something new everyday! My plants need help! Please enter me in your OWOH Giveaway! If I am the winner, you can contact me at BREATHofART@aol.com. Take a moment to visit my blog and enter my OWOH Giveaway at www.breathofart.blogspot.com

Lezlei

Halle said...

Sweet!!! My raised bed garden would go nuts for this!! So would the rest of my containers!
Thanks for the chance at your doorprize!
Stop by my giveaway as well.

Elena said...

We were just thinking of getting into composting! Cool giveaway. Elena of MyQuest

Digital Misfit said...

I can't think of anything more fun than getting a sack of worm poop in the mail!
Double bonus for being a PRACTICAL gift that would be an excellent seed starter!
Thank you for participating in OWOH 2011. I hope you get a chance to stop by my blog, #51, on your journey.
hugs from ON, Canada
Heidi
heidig@gmail.com

Chelle said...

Hi, it's wonderful to meet you through this lovely event. I'd love for my name to be entered into your giveaway. Thank you in advance and have a wonderful day. :-) I'm off now to look at more of your blog!

Michelle
http://dasmauspad.blogspot.com
mouse1996@gmail.com

shawkl said...

Hmmmm, interesting...and I can see that a little part of my garden would be happy to have it! Or, I could perhaps sprinkle it around the roses and work it in?
Kathy
www.shawkl.com

nfmgirl said...

Awesome! This would be great for my mother! She is growing seedlings out the wazoo! Please count me in. Thank you!

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

http://heatherseden.blogspot.com/

LamoreAllure said...

Greetings from Ipswich, MA USA
I'm glad to meet you.

I'm a jewelry artist of sorts, a watercolor painter, an upcycler, and an over all creative adventurer!

I'd be honored for you to follow my blog!

Interesting gift. I'm sure I will use it! Please enter me into the OWOH give away. I hope you can visit my blog, too. I'm giving away a shabby chic denim necklace. Come chat any time.

http://www.LamoreAllure.blogspot.com
email: Lamore225@gmail.com

Hugs¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*´¨)
(¸.•´ (¸.•´Linda L *

Que Bella said...

Here's something that I don't get to say everyday...but, I'd love to have some poop! I had no idea that worm castings could be used as fertilizer.

It's so delightful to meet you via OWOH. Please count me in. ~Michelle, OWOH #598

ladybug said...

Our soil could use all the help it can get! Yes please! Thanks for being part of One World One Heart. What a glorious event.

www.thelightifind.blogspot.com
(#535)

Sunshineshelle said...

We grow a little organic veggie garden for us (and the grasshoppers LOL) So nice to meet you (I'm Shelle by the way from Australia)! Seeing I walked through your open Blogger doorway, I'd like to ask you if you have time to drop in at mine too (I don't think I've seen you yet and you have a cool blog - NOT TO MENTION THE PRIZES)...After OWOH if you're in the bloggersphere my blog door's always open :) Now let's keep enjoying this hurly burly wonderful One World One Heart EXTRAVAGANZA :) before it times out!!!
http://sunshineshelles.blogspot.com/

Damla (Sweepstake Lover) said...

Thanks for the beautiful giveaway. I hope I win:) Best wishes...

annabell_lee_dk (at) yahoo.com