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On The 11th Day Of NB Christmas Giveaways: Lily Pads

On the 11th day of NB Christmas Giveaways, Lily Pads Reusable Products is giving away a bundle of items valued at $60 to keep your home eco-friendly all season long!

I am proud to be a brand ambassador for this female-owned business based right out of Moncton, New Brunswick! Lily Pads Reusable Products is the answer to the question: How do I get through a pandemic while also being environmentally friendly?

About Lily Pads Reusable Products

As a young new mom, Lily Pads founder Avery wanted to do her part in making our planet a cleaner and greener place to raise her daughter, Lily.

When she started her eco-friendly journey when Lily was just a few months old, she swapped out everything from the bathroom to the kitchen to align with her greener lifestyle.

Along with many other zero waste products, Lily Pads became known for their cute and custom pads after starting to produce products for more than just her home in September 2017.

Over a short period of time, Lily Pads continued to grow and now offers many reusable products from utensil kits to my obsession – their UnPaper Towels!

Which just so happen to make the perfect napkin to leave out for Santa this year!

Christmas Giveaways: Lily Pads

Why we love them

I am absolutely obsessed with their UnPaper Towels! These non-paper towels are a single ply 100% cotton flannel and wash like a breeze. Just spray with your favourite disinfectant, wipe, toss in the wash and bam!—Fresh new unpaper towel! And did I mention you can roll them to fit on a paper towel roll? They will naturally cling together and you will never know the difference.

I also find that they make a great napkin!

Christmas Giveaways: Lily Pads

Having these around helps me feel better about my obsessive sanitization throughout 2020 as we aimed to stay eco-friendly while keeping safe at home.

I’m also a daily user of their reusable facial rounds! I swear by these little rounds for removing my makeup every night – just add a little eye makeup remove, cleanser or toner and poof! Clean, fresh, face for bed and you saved a cotton pad from hitting the landfill or ocean.

And the number of disposables that Lily Pads Reusable Products has diverted from landfills? 900k and counting! I’m so very proud of this company in New Brunswick!

Christmas Giveaways: Lily Pads

Santa’s Fine Print:

If you’ve been around these waters for a while now, you’ll know that there’s nothing I love more than exploring and enjoying everything that New Brunswick has to offer!

So instead of my usual Holiday round-up post, we’re ending this year on a merry and bright note by hosting 12 DAYS of Holiday giveaways on Instagram featuring—you guessed it!—products by New Brunswick small businesses.

How to enter:

  1. To enter this giveaway, check out our Instagram account.
  2. Like the post you want to enter and follow us and Lily Pads – and then tag a friend to enter. Additional tags = additional entries!
  3. For a BONUS entry, comment on THIS blog post letting us know: Christmas tree, real or fake?

You can enter to win ANY of the 12 days of giveaways up until MIDNIGHT on Sunday, December 20th. So if you’re just finding out about this now, you can still enter to win any of the giveaways until December 20th.

Winners will be announced on Instagram on December 21st.

Disclaimer: 12 Days of NB Christmas Giveaways would not have been possible without the twelve small businesses that generously gifted us products. While I received free products in exchange for hosting these giveaways, all opinions expressed are my own.


  • Julie Hall
    December 17, 2020 at 8:06 am

    Love these! Such an easy way to make a positive impact on the environment.

  • shawnafinley
    December 17, 2020 at 4:41 pm

    I would love to try out these Lily Pads

  • Melissa Wright
    December 17, 2020 at 10:23 pm

    We have a fake tree. I grew up with a teal one but a fake is so nice because you can leave it up longer and the clean up is so easy!

    I didn’t know about this company! Thank you!

  • Mary
    December 20, 2020 at 4:15 pm

    Fake tree all they way – family is allergic to real ones 🌲


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