Wednesday, February 10, 2010

The last installment of the C&A Camp trilogy

It's sort of fitting that this is the last installment of my C&A Camp series. Shop owner Carlin Camp has returned from abroad full of stories, ideas, and new purchases (well, those are still en route, thanks to baggage troubles). Now that you've been reading about her lovely store and those in the same little area, I hope you'll thinking about paying us a visit here in Charlottesville to see them in person!

See the bottom of this post for the winner of giveaway #2. For now, on to giveaway #3!

Up for grabs this week is a nail polish and polish remover set from Karma Organic. The polish remover is chemical free! I had no idea such a thing existed. I thought acetone free was the most eco-friendly nail polish remover could be. I guess I was wrong.

Oddly, these are produced by a business based in Ridgewood, New Jersey, my hometown!



Here's the deal:
The Prize: Nail polish and remover set from Karma Organic

To Enter:
Post a comment...say whatever you'd like.

Extra chances to win:
Followers of this blog will get a 2nd entry! Those who tweet or post about this blog will get another entry. Just return and link to your post and include @smallchic if you tweet.

Do it by:
Monday, February 15st at 10 PM Eastern

Small print: If you don't have a blogger account, you can enter by picking the "Name/URL" option under the comment box. Enter your name and leave the URL line blank. Be sure to leave your email address!



"Slip4" is the winner of the taper candles from last week! Slip, please email me your contact info so I can mail these out to you. You'll also be happy to know that Ed is going to be a guest writer for Cville Weekly's Abode section starting this month!

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15 comments:

  1. how cool - this has to smell better than regular nail polish remover. better for my nose and my nails!

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  2. I am an excited winner and sent an email to you with my address! I am so interested to hear that there is a all natural nail polish remover. I hate the smell of even the acetone-free versions.

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  3. SO COOL! I hope they have nice colors!

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  4. i am so curious about the nail polish remover! Very nice giveaway!

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  5. Jennifer G. (jennifer.gessner@gmail.com)February 10, 2010 at 10:18 AM

    Wow...this is an amazing giveaway. I've just started eliminating non-organic products from my life and this would surely be awesome to add to my new organic arsenal! Just found your blog & love, love, love it! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  6. I would be quite happy to give this prize a whirl!

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  7. Sweet - I'd love to give this a shot!

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  8. very cool product, I would love to give it a try!

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  9. I'm a Twitter follower in Richmond and I love that color!

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  10. I just tweeted your giveaway:

    http://twitter.com/yellowfrontdoor

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  11. Sexy nail polish - my clients are going to love this! And I can't wait to try the lavender remover - I am sure that with such
    a great smell it will be really popular.

    Linda Chesterfield UK

    11.50 February 16th GMT

    Is it still February 15th in the USA?

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  12. So excited about this. I'm sure I would love the lavender remover. Fingers crossed.

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  13. That nail polish and remover wants to live at Haven!!
    Very nice giveaway!
    Thanks,
    Linda

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  14. Jeannine, Following your blog for two reasons. I love it, get a shock and thrill when I see the
    shop's name,you have flattered this newbie beyond belief. So grateful!Plus your readers are interesting!
    I have a 21 yr daughter.Wish we had known about the organic polish & remover when
    she was blasting us in the house with the smell of the other.I truly believe this is a much healthier route.
    Please allow me to give away a few of the amazing products from Africa,they were produced by people trying so hard to improve their lives & if I can sell their products that allows me to buy more from these
    lovely hard working people.That is the only way I can support & encourage these causes I honestly believe it.
    Will risk sounding pimping IF it will benefit the people I had the honor if meeting & what they make is creative & beautiful!If my luggage ever arrives this could also get "interesting" in a very important way & be
    fun in the process!The Africa I saw was happy,improving & very hopefully.I hung with the people,exactly where I wanted to be.Thanks so much to everyone fooling with reading about my little shop:)& sorry for the long post,I am full of passion about what I learned & want to share!
    THANKS JEANNINE so very much,
    Carlin

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