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Blooming Blossom Trivets

From Spice Ratchet headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska, come these colorful, playful, flexible, fabulous silicone trivets. Not all trivets are created equal – and these trivets are exceptional as they are multifunctional! The shape–shifting and flexibility of them allow you to create multiple designs and shapes – fit one into the other and create a large blooming blossom trivet. When finished using, just fold them up and they fit into a snug corner of your gadget drawer.

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Enter to WIN a bouquet of 3 Colorful Blossom Trivets.  They are available in the following colors: Orange, Kiwi Green, Red, Black, and Purple. To enter, please use the email form below to tell us what color or colors, would be in your Blossom Trivet bouquet.

"My Blossom bouquet would be purple zinnias."

Watch the video to see the many fun ways to use the Blossom Trivet.

Good Luck and let this fabulous giveaway begin! Random Giveaway drawing ends midnight, December 18th, 2012. Winners will be randomly selected.

Giveaway Ended – The Winner is: Brina Gonzalez

Giveaway limited to continental U.S. only. If not living in continental U.S, you can still enter and, if selected, "gift" your prize to a continental U.S . friend or relative. Once notified, the winner must respond within 48 hours or the prize will be awarded to the runner-up.

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