Gift Bag 2006: "Don't Feed the Animals" Plates from Sprout Home

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Welcome to our Simple Holiday Gift Bag in which we give gifts away to our readers. We are giving away one each day through December 22. All the info is below. Happy Holidays!

Gift: "Don't Feed the Animals" Plates
Shop: Sprout Home
Designer: Unknown
City: Chicago, IL

Description: These four cuties are fun, durable and perfect for the Holidays. The saturated color images are molded into 10 inch heavy-duty Melamine plates manufactured by the same company that makes them for the US military and produced in limited quantities as sets of four. Pop Ink dinnerware proves that you can have your art and eat off it too. Dishwasher safe, limited microwave use.

Yes, this is the second prize of the day! You knever know what is going to happen around here...
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AT GIFT BAG 2006

Welcome to our first NON-contest, totally simple giveaway of cool design gifts in order to enrich our readers and give some great shops props. This is how it works:

We'll post one gift and one shop a day between 9:30-12:30 in the city in which the shop originates. We'll link to it on our other sites. Readers who'd like to have this gift given to them email us and we'll choose one reader per day at RANDOM. We'll look at all emails sent in before midnight each day.

Email: JUSTINE (at) apartmenttherapy (dot) com and put GIFT BAG in the subject header

If you are interested email us your name, address, phone number and a great picture of your home (optional). We'll email gift recipients the following day and post them on the site (first names only and your picture if you send it).

Eligibility:
- Email us before midnight of the day posted with GIFT BAG in subject
- Must include name, address, phone
- All readers in North America - US & Canada (the shops are sending the gift to you, so we have to keep a limit on postal expenses)
- No AT employees!
- Only one gift per household

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Maxwell left teaching in 2001 to start Apartment Therapy as a design business helping people to make their homes more beautiful, organized AND healthy. The website started up in 2004 with the help of his brother, Oliver.