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. Bob Gibson says:

    Jukebox

  2. sablelulu says:

    any kind of warning even if its not for childre an animals need to be on it

  3. debbie h. says:

    dial from rotary telephon

  4. LINDA says:

    LABELS FOR CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX

  5. xsepeda says:

    They're whatchamacallit for the thingamajig

  6. RMiller says:

    Juke Box Labels for song names

  7. gale jacobs says:

    labels

  8. Eric T says:

    Breaker Box Labels

  9. Wanlong Diamond Tools Co., Ltd. specializing in the production of <a

    href="http://www.wldiamondtools.com/Diamondcuttingtools/">diamond saw blades and segment , <a

    href="http://www.wldiamondtools.com/Diamondgrindingtools/">stone abrasive, <a

    href="http://www.wldiamondtools.com/Diamonddrillingtools/">diamond drilling tools. Welcome customer calls

    to ask.

  10. RBO says:

    Juke box labels of songs and singer.

  11. Mickie says:

    Juke box labels : D

  12. CCummings says:

    File names on file folders

  13. stan says:

    finger hole dailer for old phone

  14. [...] enter last week’s Toolsday’s giveaway, you had to identify a label template. Most people thought it was used to label chemicals or hazardous materials. The answer is way more [...]

  15. ritchie says:

    Jukebox song selector.

  16. rono says:

    juke box song title labels

  17. Barry says:

    Jukebox labels, first used for 78 RPM, then used for 45 RPM vinyl, (now) mini CD-singles. The center space is for the group name, top for side A title, and bottom for Side B title.

  18. Dradz says:

    Fuse box labels

  19. brenda proesel says:

    measures the height of fluid

  20. brenda proesel says:

    used to identify who lives in what apartment

  21. Jessica Howard says:

    Between the two arrows is the name of the person that needs some Pennington for her new lawn at her home.. that would be me! Good Luck everybody!

  22. Theresamc1979 says:

    Can't wait for the weekend and the next great project!!

  23. Joe Mc says:

    Canning labels – date and description

  24. Jeff Burnett says:

    a label put on the upper drawer of a drawer unit to say what's in the 4 drawers

  25. Thomas Ferguson says:

    Label for a fuse box

advertisement

About Jackie McGilvray 

105Posts

When I'm not pulling together great projects and inspiring ideas as editor of DIYNetwork.com, I'm watching my two adorable boys play whatever sport is in season. Or I might be ...

More About Jackie McGilvray