Life Without Plastic Giveaway

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Welcome to the Life Without Plastic Giveaway

Sponsored by: Life Without Plastic

Hosted by: Mom Blog Society and Moms & Crafters

 

We are responsible for the world that we are about to leave our children. It’s not always so easy to minimize the plastic in our lives. Plastic is accessible – everything seems to be made of it. Life Without Plastic helps us over this huge hump by providing a massive variety of items that are made of eco-friendly alternatives.

3-Piece Stainless Steel Dish Set

This classy set has elegant and streamlined lines, and is very thick and sturdy. The cup and bowl are double – walled. It is actually a great “in between” size that’s big enough for adults but small enough for kids.

You can read the full review here. 

One lucky winner will receive a 3 piece stainless steel dish set! Giveaway runs from 4.23.2015 at 12:00 AM EST to 5.6.2015 at 11:50 PM EST. Open to residents of the US. Enter using the Rafflecopter form below.

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Disclosure:  Mom Blog Society received an item for review only and no other compensation for the giveaway.  No other bloggers involved in the promotion of this giveaway were compensated in any way for the promotion of this giveaway.  The bloggers involved in this giveaway are not responsible for prize shipment or fulfillment.  Prize delivery and fulfillment is the responsibility of the sponsor (Life Without Plastic).  The winner will be notified via email and has 48 hours to respond or another winner will be selected.  Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter are not endorsing or liable for this giveaway.

Comments

  1. I recycled when GREEN was just a color!!!

  2. Ron Goss says:

    I recycle when I can. I also try to use less plastic and buy food in bulk and not single serve sizes.

  3. Elaine Powell says:

    I try to recycle as much as possible. this would help eliminate some throw away plates .

  4. We try to use alternatives to plastic whenever possible! We use reusable cotton tote bags, stainless-steel food carriers and lunchboxes, and glass (Pyrex) food-storage containers. We also have an awesome collection of non-plastic kids’ toys!

  5. vera wilson says:

    I try to use less plastic all the time.

  6. amy rouse says:

    I try to get rid of plastics in all rooms of my house. It’s a struggle, but I keep at it.

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