Fiber Element Bamboo Sheet Set Giveaway

Welcome to the Fiber Element Bamboo Sheet Set Giveaway!

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Is there anything better than snuggling in bed after a long day? With many of us spending at least a third of our lives in bed, we should spoil ourselves a bit more at bed time. One of the best ways to make bedtime feel more luxurious is with high quality, silky sheets. While many of us may love the feel of such soft sheets, however, many of us cannot afford the price tag goes alongside high quality cotton sheets, leading to us spending more money in the long run on sheets that will quickly fall apart or lose that softness after a few washings. Luckily, there is an option that is not only friendly for your wallet, but the environment as well – Fiber Elements Organic Bamboo Sheets!

With Fiber Elements bamboo sheets, you are getting sheets that are not only environmentally friendly, but softer than even 1,000 thread count cotton sheets. Once you have laid your head on these sheets and felt their super soft texture, you will never buy cotton sheets again! While these sheets normally retail for $139.99 – $219.99, Fiber Elements is currently running a sale on their sheets, allowing you to buy a Full, Queen, King, or California king set even more cheaply. The only thing better than purchasing a set of these sheets, however, is winning a set of your own!

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Five lucky readers will receive a Fiber Elements Organic Bamboo Sheet set of their choice!

Giveaway ends October 23rd  at 11:59pm, open to US and Canada, ages 18+. To enter please use the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck.

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  1. Leah Lucas says

    I learned a lot of really important facts about cooton production. It needs unusually high amounts of pesticides and insecticides, it needs a lot of water, and it renders soil sterile. Bamboo is by far a wonderful product!

  2. Kelli A. says

    I didn’t know that bamboo fibers “are softer than 1,000-thread count cotton sheets, as the bamboo fibers are much softer than those of cotton.”

  3. Sherri Lewis says

    I thought it was interesting that the company is owned by a couple, and they are currently growing black timor bamboo and Buddha belly bamboo in their backyard, and plan to experiment with more species soon.

  4. Deborah D says

    Bamboo produces up to 35% more oxygen than trees while it grows, and requires no irrigation or pesticides

  5. Wendy Franklin says

    Bamboo makes some of the most eco-friendly products on the market today. That is amazing and so affordable!

  6. Carolann Leibenguth says

    I learned that Fiber Element’s sheets are made of 100% bamboo viscose, and are a sustainable product. I would love a queen set

  7. Lisa K says

    I learned that there is another brand of bamboo sheets, I have only heard of one other company. Now I know about Fiber Element.

  8. Teressa Morris says

    I learned that bamboo makes a soft fabric because there are actually two different types of fibers that are found in bamboo.

  9. Cathryne says

    I actually love that their flat and fitted sheets are extra deep! So helpful when you have an extra mattress pad

  10. Paula V says

    I like that they are made of bamboo…so neat to think of sheets made of bamboo yet being so incredibly soft…I’d love to try them.

  11. melissa cushing says

    I like the fact that anything Bamboo is considered eco friendly! The tress for Bamboo grow extremely fast and my mom actually hard Bamboo hard wood floors installed into her home and I absolutely loved them! The idea of the Bamboo Sheet Sets is super cool and I hope I win!

  12. says

    I visited the website and learned that the bamboo sheets are available in Full, Queen, King, and California King. I hope they consider adding Twin and Twin XL.

  13. Maegan Morin says

    I learned that some bamboo plants have been reported as growing more than three feet in a single day (thats crazy)

  14. says

    I love the feel of great sheets that don’t pill and feel rough on my face. I worry that 100% cotton sheets will shrink with regular washing and drying after use. Do they make them big enough for large, king-size mattresses to allow for the shrinkage that inevitably happens????

  15. Kimberly B says

    I learned that bamboo is a highly renewable resource and just how much of a better choice bamboo is for the environment over cotton.

  16. Danielle says

    I love that the sheets are organic and from a renewable source. And I found the information about how harsh growing cotton can be very interesting! (One t-shirt’s worth requires as much water as most people drink in a 3-year period!) Thank you for the giveaway!

  17. Melissa Gonick says

    I never realized that bamboo fibers are softer than 1,000 thread count cotton sheets because bamboo fibers are naturally much softer than cotton.

  18. brenna says

    Learned this: Bamboo produces up to 35% more oxygen than trees while it grows, and requires no irrigation or pesticides
    Want a set of nice bamboo sheets. I love bamboo products.

  19. joye says

    I never knew you could make fabric out of bamboo! Obviously, I want the king size sheet set for my new bed, they sound amazing!

  20. Lauren says

    These sheets sound amazing! Always looking for an affordable, quality organic alternative to everything I own!!!

  21. Shayna says

  22. Rebecca T says

    Wow, I didn’t know bamboo can grow more than 3 feet each day! Also love that it doesn’t require watering. Great sustainable option for fabrics. I really hope to try out these sheets.

  23. eric rivera says

    i totally love that they are eco-friendly thats definately a plus in my book! these would be great in my green friendly home!!

  24. clenna says

    I found out: Bamboo needs no more water than is provided by Mother Nature and doesn’t require pesticides or insecticides. That means it’s super eco friendly.

  25. ANN*H says

    Bamboo sheets – I think what the heck are they. But by the review they really sound nice and great for sleeping on them . It was be a luxury to have a set of them to sleep on.

  26. Wanda Muise says

    I learned that it is environmentally friendly and sustainable and soft!! Would love to win the King and thank you for the giveaway!

  27. michelle oakley warner says

    so cool that bamboo fibers are much softer than cotton, i didnt know that i would love a set that doesnt fall aprt so quickly having a king is very exspensive

  28. Elizabeth says

    I have some bamboo clothing items and love how soft they are. I checked out the website and was pleased to see that the full set comes with two pillow cases. It’s just a little thing, but it’s always annoying to me to have to buy extra cases separately so that pleased me. :)

  29. Darcy Koch says

    Maybe these sheets would help me to get some REM (restorative) sleep which, according to a sleep study, I do not get.

  30. Nicci Li says

    I learned that bamboo is still believed to be sustainable, even though I’m reasonably sure it was removed from the sustainability list years ago.

    While bamboo itself is sustainable, the market value is causing people to raze other crops and plant life to cultivate bamboo. The giant panda is also having issues finding enough food. :-\

  31. Karen says

    I learned that bamboo is extremely sustainable, so it’s an ideal resource for bedding. Also, it has a fabulous texture!

  32. Katt Lewis says

    “Our organic bamboo sheets are made of 100% bamboo viscose”.
    I love bamboo, I grow bamboo, but I wish they would find a better way than viscose, which is not necessarily a good thing. It’s the same process that makes certain rayon fabrics…..out of wood pulp. Products MUST be labeled viscose bamboo or rayon bamboo because it’s a man made product, it’s not just smashed up bamboo. Check out wiki or just google viscose bamboo and you will understand. That said, I still want my bamboo sheets.

  33. carolyn coney says

    I learned that the sheets are very eco friendly and that they are very soft and luxrious thank you for giving me the chance at winning them love yall

  34. Katt Lewis says

    All products made with anything other than whole fiber, must be labeled rayon bamboo or the more used version “viscose” bamboo, because no one knows what viscose really means. Google it.

  35. Helen says

    I like that they are softer than 1,000-thread count cotton sheets, because the bamboo fibers are much softer than those of cotton.

  36. Judy Gregory says

    The softness of our bamboo sheets far outweighs anything cotton can make and will turn you into a bamboo fan instantly.

  37. Faye Mc says

    I like the fact that these sheets are very soft and made of a sustainable resource. I learned that bamboo can produce 3 times more oxygen than other plants; pretty interesting.

  38. Lewann Rice says

    I had no idea Bamboo was being made into rayon to make sheets! I have bought bamboo sheets before but they didn’t say they were made into rayon! I do love that the bamboo sheets are made without pesticides.

  39. Melissa Byler says

    I just learned that the Bamboo Tree has been know to grow as much as 3 ft. in 1 day. Thats alot for any plant that I know of, also I have always wanted to have a set of Bamboo Sheets everyone has told me they are so soft and comfortable.

  40. joanne gentry says

    I loved reading the Fiber Element site. Not only are these sheets twice as soft as cotton, there are so many other positives! I loved reading that Chicago will be buying up old farms and planting so that U. S. can be a large producer of bamboo. Jobs, jobs, jobs! We are a large consumer of bamboo, so it makes sense!!! Awesome!

  41. Lanie says

    I learned they are softer than cotton and Fiber Element’s sheets are made of 100% bamboo viscose, and are a sustainable product

  42. Laura Smith says

    I never knew that Some bamboos have been recorded as growing more than three feet in a single day – which makes bamboo one of the fastest growing plants in the world. How crazy is that?!

  43. Jennifer C. says

    I love the fact that the sheets are organic, eco friendly and are all natural. They are supposed to be the softest sheets. I would love to win these!

  44. crystal smith says

    I learned that bamboo needs no pesticides or herbicides while growing….that added to its other eco-friendly benefits compared to cotton or traditional trees really makes it a winner as far as Im concerned

  45. Jeff Legg says

    I learned that bamboo in its textile form is twice as soft as cotton and It requires no pesticides or herbicides during growth

  46. Gail Williams says

    I learned bamboo requires a lot less water in growth than does cotton and produces 33% more oxygen than trees.

  47. Rebecca DeCamp Bryant says

    I learned that they ship free within the United States and they are eco friendly. They also have very affordable prices.

  48. Nicole Hodges says

    I love the softness of bamboo, great quality. I learned that it (bamboo) produces more oxygen than trees do.

  49. Susan Broughton says

    I learned that Fiber Element’s sheets are made of 100% bamboo viscose, and are a sustainable product.

  50. says

    A lot of things I never knew about bamboo! I thought it was just like a weed. Never knew it could be transformed into soft cotton like material! Interesting.

  51. kisha allen says

  52. Tamarae Ellis says

    I slept on Bamboo sheets during one of my travels and I fell in love. I would love to win some :) Thanks for the opportunity!

  53. Shawndra Befort says

    I had no idea but learned that bamboo’s textile form is twice as soft as cotton and it requires no pesticides or herbicides during growth.

  54. Alexia says

    I learned that bamboo produces up to 35% more oxygen than trees while it grows, and requires no irrigation or pesticides.

  55. Deb C says

    I like that bamboo requires no pesticides or herbicides during growth. That would make them a better fabric for sheets.

  56. Angela Sears Cunningham says

    I love that bamboo is a sustainable resource ,Our floors are also bamboo so why not sheets too ? :)

  57. Linda Meyers-Gabbard says

    I learned that Rather than just stuffing your sheets into the dryer, if you gently (and loosely!) fold them in, they will be less wrinkled when they are finished.

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  58. Kamla L. says

    I learned that the Fiber Element Organic bamboo sheets are softer than 1000 tc cotton sheets. The fact that they are made from 100% bamboo viscose make them a eco-friendly and environmentally responsible luxury.

  59. Pauline Milner says

    The sheets are made of 100 percent bamboo viscose, a sustainable product that is helpful to the environment. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  60. Kayci Stanley says

    I learned that bamboo requires no pesticides or herbicides during growth and is extremely sustainable as well as renewable. I would love a set of these sheets, they not only sound comfortable but the material used to make them sounds much more environmentally friendly than some other conventional materials.

  61. says

    I didn’t know much about bamboo before reading the information on fiberelement.com – it’s interesting to know that bamboo produces 33% more oxygen than trees!

  62. Lou Ann says

    Always wash your sheets in cold water – hot water will cause pilling and wear them out faster.
    i did not know this!

  63. Anne says

    I like that the bamboo sheets are machine washable and dryable. Fiber Elements even gives a “recipe” for homemade enviromentally-friendly detergent!

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