Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Handmade Copper Fireplace Cauldron + St. Patrick's Day Giveaway {$215 ARV}

Our new house has a fireplace, and even though we chose to do gas over wood, I couldn't pass up this Handmade Copper Fireplace Cauldron from FireplaceMall.Com.  In preparation for St. Patrick's Day, they sent us the Cauldron as well as a bag of chocolate gold coins.  This will help my kids think that a leprechaun came to visit!

This beautiful Cauldron is intended to sit beside the fireplace and hold wood.  I feel that it is extremely well made.  It is very sturdy and I am in love with this cauldron. It can be used for so much more than just holding wood.

In addition to being fun for St. Patrick's Day, it also has many other uses if you don't have a wood fireplace. I look forward to using it at parties to hold drinks - or a bottle of wine!

Alternately, it makes an adorable planter.

The Handmade Copper Fireplace Cauldron retails for $209 and is on sale for $139.95.  Visit FireplaceMall.Com to learn more and to view all of their other products.

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In honor of St. Patrick's Day, FireplaceMall.Com is giving one of my readers a Copper Cauldron and a pound of gold coins. 

If for some reason the rafflecopter form isn't showing up, leave me a comment letting me know how you'd use your cauldron.

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Contest ends at 11:59pm EST on March 18th when I will draw a winner at random. Please leave your email address if it is not visible on your profile. I will notify the winner and they will have 24 hours to respond!

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This was not a paid post and honest opinions were used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for giveaway.
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179 comments:

Angelia said...

I love the idea of using it to chill a bottle of wine. We have an electric fireplace, so we probably wouldn't use it for wood.

Lloyd Family said...

i would probably use it for firewood but i love the idea of using it as a planter too
jenny lloyd

TMartin26 said...

I would give it to my Mom for Mothers Day. She loves collecting planters. Thank you

Krista Grandstaff said...

I would probably use it for plants, and seasonal displays, I'd want to look at this beauty year round!

tawndam said...

We want to move this year... HOPEFULLY we'll find a place with a fireplace or stove... but, here? I would probably use it to hold fruit or veggies...

Sandy VanHoey said...

I's give to my daughter and she would most likely use for her green plants

BethElderton said...

I'd love using this as an indoor decorative planter
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Crissa Pollmann Robertson said...

I would take it to the cabin to hold fire wood

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jmerenberg said...

I think I would use it for plants!

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Nicole Newby said...

I'm sure it would end up in my son's room.

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Julie Wood said...

I am going to use this cauldron to take it outside this summer and use it as a cooler to keep my drinks cool when I give parties. Will be a neat look!

peg42 said...

I would use this next to my fireplace, more so for decoration. Love the look of this Cauldron. I also love the idea of using it as an ice bucket at times to hold bottles.
Thanks so much.
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B. Wilson @ Windy {City} Wilsons said...

For entertaining to hold drinks.

Ginger Bergemann said...

I love both ideas of a kindling holder and a flower pot. Maybe it could work as both - kindling in the winter, flowers in the spring.....

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greenhome said...

I would use it to put my little dog Sophie's toys in, it's so neat.

cheryl c said...

as a planter

slb3334 said...

by putting wrapped candies in it.

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Robin O said...

I would use it as a decoration in our living room and fill it with something fun and pretty!!

A. Truckenmiller said...

I would probably use it to entertain. it's so pretty!

Amanda said...

I would probably use it as a planter!

sgumer said...

i would use it as a pot for one of my plants.

steve weber said...

I would probably use it for decoration outside.

Amanda said...

as a flower pot

Jenny Sims said...

I would love to use this cauldron as a garden planter!

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Kristy Figueroa said...

It's beautiful! I would love to use it to chill beverages!

Stephanie Phelps said...

I would use for a planter. I thought that was so beautiful

Elsie said...

I would like to use the cauldron for a planter, for a shamrock plant with little white blossoms!

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Kim said...

I love the plant idea!
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All Natural Katie said...

I would use it as an ice bucket or for magazine storage in the living room.

debbiekl said...

I love the planter idea!

sandyandcosmo said...

I would plant a water garden in it.

debijackson said...

use it to hold magazines debbie jackson
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Gaitha said...

In the winter for firewood, and maybe other times of the year for toys :) ggp42304 at gmail dot com

deb c said...

I'd put it on the hearth for kindling.

Darlene said...

I would use it to plant a flower in.

StuffSmart said...

I would use it to put scented pine cones in beside the fireplace.

s said...

for my plant

alissa apel said...

The stinker in me wants to say, "Gold of course!" Truthfully, Wood for our wood stove!

Super Blogger Girl! said...

Kindling for our wood stove :)

jtedd said...

I would either use it for a planter or a cooler

cbusch said...

I think I would use it to repot a plant of mine. Thanks chaselhoff at usa dot net

Joni J Caraway said...

I would use it as a planter

Kelley F said...

I would use it to hold wood for our fireplace.

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Marilyn's Money said...

I'd use it as a flower pot mjjaegly@yahoo.com

The Baldree Family said...

For my music class!

bmom76 said...

Either as a planter or more than likely to hold fire starter sticks.
chelsea r

bmom76 said...

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Jackie said...

Id use it as a planter
Thanks!

Christina said...

Oh, I would definitely use it as a planter for flowers!!! I love it!

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daisy242 said...

flower pot

Sandra Davis said...

not sure yet

DEBIJOT said...

I would place it on my hearth.

Anonymous said...

A planter, after I use it for drinks at a pirate birthday party. TheprophecygirlAThotmailDOTcom

Nancy @ Live love laugh said...

Oh, wood for sure but it can double as a magazine holder.

sunnymum said...

Tough choice! I think I'd probably use it as planter too. Lovely!
-Colleen

nickieisis3 said...

as a planter

Terra H. said...

I'd use it as a decorative piece in my hallway. I'd probably add large greenery to it. Thanks.
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Cindy Merrill said...

As a food historian, I would attempt to make a stew in the copper Cauldron, probably with lamb neck meat and various vegetables.
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Ken Ohl said...

put a beautiful plant inside of it. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Carrie Phelps said...

I would use it as a planter.

debbie said...

I would use it to store magazines in.

Kari said...

I would probably use it as a planter

Shelly H. said...

I would use it as a flower planter on our brand new back deck.

meatnpotatoes36 said...

I think I would probably use it by the fireplace.
Michelle G.
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SnipsandSnailsandPuppyDogTails said...

I'd use it in my living room as a planter!

one frugal lady said...

I would use this as an icechest on our back deck!
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melmorgan4 said...

I would use it as a planter or during entertaining to hold drinks and ice.

Crystal said...

a planter!! i love copper

BrunoDogg2 said...

I would use this to plant some flowers in and put it on my front porch!

barbara stenby said...

I would use it for various things! I have a fireplace but its so beautiful to put dirt in!

Katie74 said...

I would use it to hold my magazines and newspapers

clc408 said...

I would use it for flower arrangements

Sarah VM said...

I would use this by my fireplace to hold small wood.

mkjmc said...

This would make a great planter for my inside tree

Sarah S said...

I would use this cauldron for a floral arrangement. s2inamug at aim dot com

llinda29 said...

I will uae it for plants

Kelly Grant said...

As a plant pot

Rachel C said...

I could use it to hold all my yarn!

Lori said...

i would use it to decorate my table at an upcoming charity event.
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Jennifer T. said...

I'd probably use it as a planter.
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dfraley3 said...

I'd use it as a centerpiece for our family get togethers. 4th of July it would be beautiful with red, white and blue flowers!
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diannaray said...

a planter for sure:)

Lisa M said...

Plant a flowers after my son plays leprechaun with it :)

Bud L

Fawn said...

I would use it as a planter on my back deck.
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AmberFaith said...

I would use it for drinks!

Betsy Barnes said...

I would use it as a "cooler" on my patio :)

Carolyn G said...

I would put this in my foyer and put my umbrellas in it

Marysa said...

Tough one! I think I would put a plant in it, but I like all the creative ideas!

itsme said...

i thnk its lovely as a planter

bettycd said...

the copper is beautiful with the flowers growing in it

Kate Fuller said...

I think I'd use it for plants.

Kimberly said...

I would use it for kindling

Nora Driskel said...

As a gift

JRFrugalMom and Family said...

I'd use it for flowers.

♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ said...

I might use it as a planter
Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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Anonymous said...

Erin G

St Patty's day and Halloween decorations!

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Ellen C. said...

I'd love to use inside for a plant. Thanks for the chance.

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Terri said...

First, I would let my 2 little granddaughters discover this pot of gold from a leprechaun. After St. Patrick's Day, It would make a beautiful planter for me. :)

apple blossom said...

planter on my deck

Audra Weathers said...

That is really pretty; I would put it in my living room and use it for odds and ends, or maybe cute to keep magazines.

Jennifer P said...

Oh! This is beautiful. I would definately put plants in it!
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Eileen said...

I would use to transplant a special plant I received when my brother in law passed several years ago and put in my back screen porch.

thanks much!

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Stephanie Larison said...

I'd use it in the kids room

meredith m said...

I like the idea of it as an awesome plant holder!

Wehaf said...

I would use it to store firewood or kindling.

Heather! said...

I would probably plant something in it!
Thanks!
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Katie Roch said...

I would use it to store dog toys in.

Vunda Vall said...

i would use it for a plant! its beautiful

Michelle M. said...

Every St Patricks Day I make a game where I leave clues from the Leprachaun and the clues send them running around our house finding clue after clue. At the end is their prize which is some form of pot of gold. This would be SO PERFECT for that!!

aaltw_515 said...

I would sit it beside our fireplace it would go great
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Saver Sara said...

I'd use it as a planter

ellie said...

I would probably use it for firewood.

Faythe @ GrammyMouseTails said...

I would use it to hold either kindling for the fireplace or magazines. Faythe @GMT gramousetails ATgmail .com

Gianna said...

Entertaining centerpiece.

Anonymous said...

to cool beer
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RaettigFamily said...

I would probably use it as a planter :)

Barb said...

I would sit it next to our fireplace and fill it with lighter pine. Thanks for a chance to win this.

longsgl said...

I would use it like you have pictured, for firplace kindling.

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Nadine Larsen - ToBeFitByFifty said...

I would use it for kindling for my woodstove

bethkelsay said...

Oh i would use it as a Candy Cauldron
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sweetsue said...

I would put a pretty plan in it.
Susan Chester

sweetsue said...

I mean plant:)

Danielle said...

I love it as a planter or ice bucket!

Darlene said...

I would use this as a planter.

Amy from GrinningCheektoCheek said...

Likely use it for planting - super pretty!

Jan Lee said...

I might use this for all my pens and pencils lol :)

Katie said...

outdoor ice bucket for drinks - cute idea!

Melissa said...

I would give the cauldron to my in laws (hardest people to shop for) to use for their kindling wood.
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jakiesmom said...

kindling
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Paula Michele Hafner said...

I would use it in the middle of my kitchen island to keep fruit in.

tranch said...

i'd do a water garden in it. tam.c

Beck James said...

beer

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Becca said...

I would use it as a flower pot!

Shannon@k9bytes.com said...

It reminds me of the copper pots my grandma had. I would use it as a flower pot.

Naomi said...

It would be great for kindling. Or for magazines in the warmer months!

McKim said...

I would use it for dog toys.

Yolanda said...

In my kitchen as decoration

Sonya Sanderson said...

I would put flowers in it. slbs65@aol.com

eclairre said...

as a planter.

Deb Christie said...

I would use it for a large floral arrangement.

Megan Cromes said...

i would put my knicknacks in it,ty;)

Elaine C said...

I would use it as a planter
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Kim (Randominities) said...

We would use it as decoration in our living room.
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bbrittbrat1398 said...

I would plant some flowers in it.
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tavernie said...

I would plant a plant in it!
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adamsfamily said...

I think I will use the cauldron to hold fresh produce. Thank you! AdamsFmReviews at comcast.net

blue65829 said...

I love the idea of using it as a planter! We were just talking about what we were going to do for plants this spring!

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

planter for the porch
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jules mcnubbin (buttmuffin) said...

spells and potions :P

rookieabh said...

Some kind of plant!
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Susan Smoaks said...

i would use it as a planter on our front porch
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sarah said...

I would use it as a planter for some beautiful flowers.

Carmen Nuland said...

Yarn! It would be a great container to have some of my yarn downstairs and displayed.

Lina said...

i would use it for one of our plants in the vegetable garden

samf36 said...

wow great pot! I would use it for plants

JACLYN said...

I would use it on our deck for a plant.

sottovoce said...

I would use this beautiful Copper vessel to display some of my crafts. :-) Thank you.

Sonya said...

I'd love to use it for wood for our fireplace!

wendy said...

i will use it for my fireplace.

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Madonna said...

At this moment I am not sure. I have actually emailed fireplace mall to ask them if its suitable for an apple butter kettle since they are made of copper also. Otherwise I would probably use it for decorations of some kind.

ladyt64 said...

I would use it with different floral decorations in it. (Roxann)

Teresa Thompson said...

A planter.

susan1215 said...

I would use it as a planter

Cálaeb Temple said...

i would use it as a piggy bank.

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deanna said...

I would (probably) continue to use the cauldron for candy. ;)

carol lewis said...

Eggs, as we have our own chickens and ducks and so leave the eggs out. This would be great to put on my counter and would look wonderful!
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Chip said...

Hard decision!! It's beautiful. I'm thinking it would start off as a planter.

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Breanne said...

I'd use it as a planter

ezmerelda said...

Magazines

Jayden H. said...

Plant flowers!

Jayden H. said...

Forgot to leave my email address

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laurasloves said...

I would use it to put flowers in and put on my kitchen table.
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bev said...

Beautiful gold pot! I would probably keep all my coins in it. Thanks for this great contest.

Tylerpants said...

I think it's a great idea to use it to hold wine! tylerpants(at)gmail.com

michedt said...

I'd use it to keep candy in:)
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trixx said...

I'd use it as a planter! trixpixel[at]gmail.com

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