Tuesday Toolsday Giveaway: Win Pennington Seed

Last Toolsday (a.k.a. Tuesday) we asked you to identify a wheel with various-sized holes cut into it. We had some very interesting answers including a doughnut-hole maker, brass knuckles, and a spaghetti-portion measuring device. However, none of these are correct, the mystery tool was a dowel cutter.   

We randomly picked 12 winners out of all last week’s comments and they are Julie, Jim, Eliza, Rita Moran, Bzpz, Joan, Dona a, Raymond Huffaker, Pegbro, Sharon, Josephine and Haslem. Congratulations folks, you’ve got one week to reply to our email before we pick another winner to replace you.    

Next Tuesday, five (5) lucky winners will receive a container of Pennington Seed’s Patch and Repair.  This pre-mixed product is a combination of mulch, seed and fertilizer. It is super easy to use.  Lay it down over bald and trouble spots on your lawn then just water.  The mulch helps keep the seed in place so it will not wash away during germination.

To win one of the Pennington Seed kits, look at this red template/label, tell us what is normally printed on this template and where you will likely find it.  Click “comment” above to post your guess. You don’t have to answer correctly to win; we will randomly pick five winners.

Moms have a tendency to like Mother’s Day gifts that are handmade with love.  Why not get out your tools and paintbrush and make her something special.  How about something for her backyard:  an unusual container garden wouldn’t take a lot of time, effort or money.  Making a chalkboard/message board out of an old frame is another easy, budget project. Or maybe she’d like a wine rack – we’ll give you the instructions on how to make it, you supply the tools, a little effort and the wine.

On Tuesday, May 15, we will select the winners then start up a new giveaway for another cool tool or product, which will be given away the Tuesday after that.

You have until May 15, 2012, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Pennington Seed.  
Official Rules.

1,039 Responses

  1. Jonathan says:

    I have no idea whatsoever…

  2. Greg E says:

    Pesticide label

    • LE Perez says:

      All purpose labels for the Wokbench drawers

    • Peggy Worth says:

      Warning labels!!!

    • wise1229 says:

      They are labels used for a Jukebox that plays 45 records. The top are is for primary song, the middle area is for the name of the artist and the bottom area is for the flip side song!

  3. lisa says:

    i dont know

  4. Diane S. says:

    For Marking Graphs in business

  5. Edward says:

    Apartment identifier to tenant's buzzer.

  6. Bill says:

    doorbell/buzzer labels at an apartment building

  7. KrisHit says:

    Seed names

  8. Neil says:

    Pesticide labels found on farms

  9. vanduima says:

    fuse or circuit breaker label

  10. kitty says:

    label

  11. MIKES_MACHINE says:

    You will find the names of two songs, on top and bottom with the name of the Band in the middle. These are found on Jukeboxes.

  12. barbara says:

    conditions for planting OR label template

  13. Belcat says:

    destroy by date labels.

  14. Adam says:

    Label pointing out serial number, model, etc.

  15. Gloria says:

    A template for labels

  16. Wendy says:

    Food storage label with central area for date.

  17. tonyamartinez says:

    shelving labels for warehouse shelves

  18. Arleen Garrett says:

    I Have No idea!

  19. robert allen says:

    warning label for hazzardess material

  20. steve says:

    warning lbel for hazzardess material

  21. Calvin West says:

    Warning label for pesticides.

  22. whidone says:

    This end up! for anything with an "end"

  23. at00 says:

    It's a bunch of labels for fuses.

  24. Lisa Bragg says:

    I agree with Pesticide warning label.

  25. karen says:

    warning label on pestcides

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