MacKenzie-Childs $500 Shopping Spree {Flower Market}

MacKenzie-Childs Giveaway $500

I am so excited to be offering a lucky Reluctant Entertainer reader a $500 Gift Card to go shopping with MacKenzie-Childs! If you’re a fan of their stores, like I am, you will love going shopping and browsing their website {above, my favorite Flower Market pattern!}. But first, let me tell you their history.

MacKenzie-Childs Giveaway $500
Established in 1983 and based in Aurora, New York, MacKenzie-Childs is a designer, manufacturer, and multi-channel merchant of high quality, handcrafted ceramics, enamel tableware, furniture, home décor, garden furniture, and decorative and personal accessories. The brand is best known for distinctive designs that combine vibrant colors and pattern-on-pattern surface decoration to create a fresh, original aesthetic.

MacKenzie-Childs Giveaway $500
If you’re a long-time reader of RE, you know that I love MacKenzie-Childs, and often use their Courtly Check dishes.

Well, their new Flower Market pattern is one that I am also in love with! And the Aurora pattern on the right is perfect for all seasons – don’t you love the animals?

MacKenzie-Childs Giveaway $500

Here’s my side patio, ready for a dinner party! So many of our guests comment on our dishes. I then get to tell them all about my  love for MacKenzie-Childs.

MacKenzie-Childs Giveaway $500

Look at the Welcome Mat at my front kitchen door!?

MacKenzie-Childs Giveaway $500
Courtly Check is all over my house. :)

There are also beautiful features that you can check out on their website. The Butterfly Garden Enamel is very fun! The Sunset Garden Collection – be still my heart! Piccadilly ceramics are really sweet!

MacKenzie-Childs Giveaway $500
Lastly, have you seen their Personal Accessories Line? I instagramed my new reading glasses - love!

• Bags & Totes
• Glasses & Readers
• Hats
• Jewelry
• Signature Accessories
• Slippers
• Smartphone Cases
• Socks
• Travel Accessories

To enter the $500 giveaway, see Rafflecopter widget below. Good Luck!

One winner will receive a $500 gift card to go on his or her own MacKenzie-Childs shopping spree!

The winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to reply, at which point another winner will be selected if the first winner does not reply.

Leave a blog comment below, but if you want more chances, friends, use the Rafflecopter! You could get some serious Christmas shopping done – in August!

What is your favorite MacKenzie-Childs pattern?

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Go HERE, check it out for yourself, and come back and tell me.

You can shop online at www.mackenzie-childs.com, but if you’re in these locations, you’ll want to visit their stores:
Aurora, New York
New York City–Flagship Store
Palm Beach, Florida

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