Waste? Not! - Groovy Green Glass Giveaway | the ReFab Diaries

I'm thrilled to introduce you to Groovy Green Glass! Based in Myrtle Beach, SC, this small, family owned company works with restaurants to reclaim used bottles. Then they turn them into useful, and artistic, eco-friendly products. Their entirely post-consumer line includes everything from glassware to jewelry. And today, they're offering one of you a chance to win the beautiful pendant pictured above. Read on... 

For Groovy (aka Deana), recycling has always been a passion. "We were inspired to start our upcycling efforts when we saw just how much glass was thrown away. We won a recycling award in 2012 from the state of South Carolina; in 2014 we kept about 9 tons of glass out of landfills, plus recycled 2 tons of cardboard! This year, we're competing to win one of 10 small business grants from FedEx. We'd love to grow the business and upcycle even more than we do now so please vote for us!

The work we do truly is a labor of love. I'm constantly inspired by the infinite possibilities in these bottles.  Every single one is different, like snowflakes! So I try to let the bottle tell me what it wants to be." 

Pictured below is the exact pendant we're giving away (chain included). Made from the punts of wine bottles, this 1.5" pendant is slightly concave and features a cork pad to hold your favorite essential oil. As the pendant rests on your skin, your body heat warms the oil. A hammered aluminum swirl accents the pendant for a more organic feel.

There are lots of ways to enter (through the secure Rafflecopter widget below), including some you can do every day. So come back tomorrow and enter again! 

Giveaway opens 6:30am CST, Monday 3/2 and ends midnight CST Saturday, 3/7. WINNER announced Monday, 3/9. Open to US residents, 18 and older. Retail value is $35

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