Santa Baby | FOLK’s Christmas List + Giveaway

on December 12 | in Artisans, Giveaways, Holidays, Men's Fashion, Uncategorized, Women's Fashion | by | with 61 Comments

We’ve made our lists …

we’ve checked them twice …

and here’s what we here at FOLK want Santa to stuff our stockings with this year.

Leather cross body handmade leather bag – Genuine Goods 786 on Etsy - Tiffany | Offbeat and Inspired

Bel Monili - Etsy

Vintage Double Strand Pearl Necklace – Bel Monili on Etsy - Vanessa | At the Picket Fence

Wooden bow tie – Two Guys’ Bow Ties – Courtney | Courtney Out Loud

Personalized birch bark candle holders – Bragging Bags on Etsy - Karianne | Thistlewood Farm

Reclaimed wood entertainment console – Reclaimed and Rustic on Etsy – Sarah | Offbeat and Inspired

Handmade camera strap – – Heather | At the Picket Fence

Digby and Iona

Arrow cuff bracelet – Digby and Iona – Heath

Fold over cross body bag with leather dots – Made by Hank - Jana| Vintage White Market

Dollhouse fit for a queen – Lovely Day for a Picnic on Etsy - Amy | Momma Hen’s Frugal Life

Vintage porcelain house number – Tipple and Snack on Etsy - Vanessa | Vintage White Market

Yellow Metro bedding set – American Made Dorm and Home – Hillary

Leather journal/sketchbook – Badget and Chirp on Etsy – Lucy | Craftberry Bush

Custom rubber state stamp – Sincerely Yours Paper on Etsy – Beth | Unskinny Boppy

FOLK Magazine

1940′s work apron inspired slogan cotton t-shirt – Forest Bound Original Bag Company – Ben | FOLK Editor-in-Chief

And what do I want, you ask?

Not only do I want Santa to stuff my stocking with a K, but I’ll be giving them to friends and family too!

Sophia's Decor Etsy initial pendants

Hand stamped pewter wax seal initial pendant – Sophia’s Decor on Etsy – Kelly/Eclectically Vintage

And the perfect gift of course is a subscription to FOLK Magazine – for only $5 for a limited time (to celebrate Ben’s b-day).

And now it’s time to stuff your stocking.

I love wine so when I discovered Kelly & Jones perfumes based on wine notes, I just had to have it.

Handmade in Brooklyn NY to match the notes of your favorite vino, every one of these perfumes smells divine.

Win a full sized bottle of your choice of Kelly & Jones Perfume

FOLK Magazine Blog

Merlot is my favorite, smelling of fig and violet, but you can choose Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling or Cabernet too.

Kelly & Jones Perfume
Kelly began blending the wine perfumes after a trip to Napa when a winemaker scolded her for wearing perfume in tasting room. But her vanilla fragrance was wafting perfectly with the notes of wine, and that’s when Kelly knew she just had to find a way to make perfume and wine work together.
Where is the perfume made/bottled?
Each bottle is handcrafted and poured with care in their studio in Brooklyn, NY.
When did you start the company?
Kelly & Jones launched in Spring of 2012.
Where can we find you?  
The collection is available at Kelly and Jones and will soon be available at select retailers. They also offer a “Sample Flight” on the website, so you can try before you buy.
How to enter:
Just leave a comment here telling us your favorite scent of the holiday season.
The Details:  Contest ends 12/16/12.  Winner will be chosen by  If winner does not respond within 3 days, another winner will be chosen.  Perfume will be mailed by Kelly and Jones.  Winner will receive full size bottle of their choice which will only be mailed to an address in the continental U.S.
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61 Responses to Santa Baby | FOLK’s Christmas List + Giveaway

  1. amanda simonds says:

    my favorite scent of the season is sweet and woodsy

  2. kym says:

    I have never tried them but i would love to

  3. Connie says:

    My favorite scent of the season is difficult to choose from the assorted aromas…don’t they all just trigger such wonderful memories? If pressed I would choose the delightful scent of a fresh cut cedar tree (decorated to perfection, natch!).

    Best Holiday Blessings being sent your way :-)

  4. Melissa says:

    I love the smell of citrus, so I would love to try the Sauvignon Blanc. Thank you,

  5. kate phelps says:

    I love the scent of any type of evergreen this time of year… when it’s coming from a real tree (versus a candle or something like that) it’s truly blissful.

  6. Jennifer says:

    Favorite scent of the season—our Christmas tree.

  7. Kim says:

    I love the smell of citrus and cloves!

  8. Pam says:

    I love the smells of cinnamon and vanilla! But the best is a fresh cut pine tree!

  9. Lisa Sommers says:

    Notes of Cabernet
    This swoon-worthy blend has spicy notes of pink peppercorn, ripe black cherry, and tobacco flower on a gorgeous base of vintage leather.

  10. Pat says:

    Love the scent of fresh fallen snow at dawn, so clean and pure.

  11. Katie says:

    Notes of Sauvignon Blanc, sounds wonderful! Thank you for the chance to win :)

  12. Tanya says:

    my favorite scent of the season is christmas tree!

    i love that entertainment console, wow!

  13. Kristi says:

    My favorite scent is DEFINATELY citrus with a little sweet sugar cookies baking thrown in!

  14. Karen says:

    I love cinnamon and citrus this time of year!
    Thanks so much, would love to try one of these scents.
    lemontart5kb at gmail dot com

  15. Suzanne says:

    I love the smell of cinnamon, citrus and a freshly cut tree.

  16. Barb Labosky says:

    My favorite scent of the season would have to be cookies baking in the oven…yum

  17. Cindy kane says:

    Sounds just wonderful.

  18. Christina says:

    My favorite scent of the season is fresh pine mixed with clementines.

  19. Jeanne O says:

    Balsam and Cedar

  20. Cass says:

    My must have winter scent is pine.. both in the wood stove and branches in vases and baskets!

  21. barbara n says:

    My favorite scent of the holiday season is cinnamon -

  22. Sue Radcliff says:

    My favorite holiday scent cinnamon-

  23. Sarah says:

    My fav scent is balsam and cedar…..

  24. Lindsay says:

    My favorite holiday scent is wood burning in the fireplace

  25. Pam Ballard says:

    Thanks for the chance for this great giveaway. I love pine smells of course at Christmas along with Apple Pie.

  26. Kazy Hinds says:

    My favorite scent of the season is pine…it reminds of Christmas’ past and fills my house for Chritsmas’ present!

  27. Lucy says:

    I LOVE the scents of cinnamon and spice; it reminds me of my mom’s home!

  28. Sarah Nutter says:

    I am such a fan of fragrances, especially throughout Christmas!! I love spices and pine – I have 10 candles lit in my house like all season long :) .

  29. Miccia says:

    My favorites include oranges studded with cloves, cinnamon, & vanilla!

  30. Esther Harper says:

    My favorite smell for the Christmas season would have to be pine. Love fresh trees!!

  31. Linda says:


  32. Dee M. says:

    My favorite scent of the season is a blend of bayberry, cinnamon and vanilla.

  33. stacey stuwe says:

    Apple Cinnamon Spice….mmmmmmm! Thanks Folk!! ;)

  34. Riesling’s my fave to drink and it sounds like it would smell divine too! :)

  35. Shawn Johnson says:

    My favorite scents of the season are pine, cedar, woodsy kind of scents!! Thank you

  36. Anna says:

    My favorite scent of the season is balsam.

  37. Anne says:

    My favorite scent is pine,cedar and cinnamon!

  38. Michelle says:

    I love it all, Pine, Citrus, woodsy and floral…nature!

  39. Deb Sacksteder says:

    I love the scent of pine! Ahhhh…..

  40. kimberly says:

    Cinnamon may be my favorite scent of the season. Of course, I’ve got cinnamon/applesauce ornaments baking in my oven as I type this so that may have something to do with it. ;)
    I love that you all are featuring so many Etsy shop gifts on your wishlist. (I just opened an Etsy shop, too!)
    (I just won a giveaway-so I am just commenting to comment, not to win.)

  41. rachel says:

    Mmm mission fig…

  42. eliza says:

    Fresh cut Christmas tree, hands down. Regarding their scents, Cabernet sounds intriguing!

  43. LG says:

    black currant is one of my absolute favorite flavors and if you can get that made to an intense scent, I would LOVE it!!!!!

  44. Rebecca says:

    Gingerbread cookies baking in the oven is my favorite scent of the holiday season!

  45. wendy says:

    I would love the Riesling scent. These are so fun!

  46. Melissa Frances says:

    fresh cut trees, cloves, citrus…aweeeee

    very fun!

  47. My favorite scent of the season is the smell of a roaring fireplace!

  48. Ann says:

    Cinnamon and fir.

  49. august says:

    I love cinnamon! And, sweet and woodsy combined.

  50. Judy says:

    I love the smell of vanilla and cinnamon!

  51. Jodi Brindley says:

    I love cinnamon but also love citrusy scents

  52. Kathleen Ditmore says:

    Love the smell of cloves and cinnamon during the holiday season. Spiced apple cider! Yum!

  53. nancy d says:

    Love the smells of cinnamon, cloves and vanilla. Also the smell of pine, reminds me of Christmas when I was a kid :)

  54. My favorite scents of the season are bayberry, cinnamon , pie and oranges?

  55. I like pine, cinnamon, bayberry and oranges.

  56. Gloria says:

    The sampler is such a great idea! Love everything on the Xmas list, spent way too much time window shopping those sites. Thanks for the giveaway.

  57. maryanne says:

    Love anything citrus and bayberry!

  58. Kim L. says:

    I love when all the smells combine into one: turkey, pine, candles, cookies, crisp Winter air and just a hint of Christmas magic.

  59. Sharon says:

    Oooooh I’d love to win. I’m most excited about Riesling.
    My favorite scents this time of the year remind me of baking—cinnamon and vanilla.
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!
    I am truly inspired by your creativity.
    Sharon–a fellow New Jerseyan

  60. Andrea Q. says:

    love bergamot !! Happy Holidays !

  61. I love peppermint and have some bath products and candles with this scent! It energizes!

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