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Sadly, this is the last week of our Friday Freebies. I want to thank everyone who’s commented over the past 4 weeks. I also want to congratulate Jennifer Perez who won last week’s set of Blue Wave candle holders with a very touching moment she shared with us about her father. I also want to thank the folks at PartyLite for hooking us up with some great stuff for the past month, and boy did we save the best for the last.

This week we’re going back outside to go out with a bang! Check out PartyLite’s Linear Lites Collection. The new Linear Lites 3-wick holder, a dazzling centerpiece with a glass cylinder insert to protect candle flame when used outside. Along with that, we’ve got 3 Linear Lites Pillar Holders in three sizes (14 ½” short, 16 ¼” medium and 18″ tall) and a Linear Lites Votive Pair for votives and tealights. And of course, don’t forget the candles: one Petite 3-Wick 3×5″ , one dozen votives , and another dozen tealights! All in Citrus Bloom Citronella scent, a tangy and surprising Citronella oil from fragrant Asian grasses combined with the tangy scent of citrus blossoms. A great fragrance for outdoor entertaining.


Total package Worth: $270

All you have to do is answer this week’s question in the comments below with a valid email address before Monday Night @ Midnight Eastern. We’ll pick a random winner from all of our comments. Its that simple!

We love parties here at HGTV, so we want to know what’s the best party you’ve every thrown and why?

While you’re trying to decide between the great beach bash of ’99 or new year’s ’88, take some time to check out some of the other great stuff we’ve got going on over here ta Design Happens. This past week we celebrated National Pink Day in style and are already thinking ahead to Christmas with LEON day. We’ve also got some killer stuff going on in our other blogs. Last week saw $250k Challenge wrap up, but starting this Sunday its time for an HGTV Showdown with Lisa LaPorta and Carmen De La Paz taking on Taniya Nayak and Steve Watson. And we’re only a few weeks away from Design Star kicking off in Hollywood.

234 Responses

  1. Angelica Pando says:

    The best party i ever threw was my husbands college graduation. It was a mexican theme.we had special salsa dishes shaped like red chilis everything was bright and colorful like ponchos. had my brother playing and singing mexican songs and i even sang spanish songs. Everybody was dancing and eating tamales, chile colorado and bunuelos. Candles lit up the backyard and fresh roses floated inthe pool.

  2. Laura says:

    I guess the best one would be my son's wedding rehersal dinner. We took out all the furniture in the living room & dinning room. We brought in two other dinning room tables and turned the rooms into an Italian resteraunt with outside and inside dinning. My husbands best friend (a chef) catered the whole italian meal. We fed 30 people in a sit down meal with china and all.

  3. Mandi says:

    Open House Party. Our company was moving up. North that is. We moved into a building that was four times the size of our old building. It was the best party ever because we were able to invite everyone; employees and their family, vendors, bankers, accountants. It was huge. We had appetizers in all the departments, cake in the cafeteria, a magician in the lobby. The owners gave a great speech and everyone cheered to the company's success with a glass of champaign!

  4. Cinderalla says:

    My daughter's birthday is Nov 2, so when she was 7 years old we throw her a halloween birthday party. The kids wore costumes and we had a scary house decorations treats and horrors. Everyone had a great time even me.

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