Mozaik Review and Giveaway

by adustyframe ~ December 14th, 2010

mozaik prize packI received a package from My Blog Spark to try the Mozaik reusuable or disposable serving pieces and dishes.

These items are really nice!

According to Mozaik, you can keep reusing them if you want or dispose of them if you want.You can even put them in the dishwaher.

They’re BPA free too. Check out their FAQ’s here.

We were able to try serving pieces and plates and utensils. I think they’re really sturdy–much nicer than paper plates and classier looking too!

For a party or super busy time when you want the table to look nice but just don’t want to worry about dishes, I think Mozaik pieces would fit the bill!

Mozaik is offering a giveaway package to one of my readers.

Just leave your very best party tip in a comment and we’ll choose a winner on Friday Dec. 17 at midnight.


For bonus entries:

1. Tweet or put this giveaway on your Facebook status–limit 1x per day.

Lizzie

16 Thoughts Shared to Mozaik Review and Giveaway

  1. KV Creative Designs

    Best party tip: Only serve one appetizer, this will eliminate a bunch of leftovers. People will eat the dinner and not fill up on a bunch of apps. 🙂

    Artful Blessings,
    Kathryn

    I tweeted too:

    http://twitter.com/#!/kvcr8ivedesigns

  2. brandy

    have a surprise pizza themed party. have guests bring a variety of sauces, toppings, meats & veggies. to make it more fun, don’t tell any one what you are doing! they will have no idea if you have them bring pinapple and alfredo sauce, or olives and zucchini. make it fun and excitement have your guests toss their own crusts (hosts should supply the crust & trader joe’s has them for 1.29 each).

  3. tanya

    best party tip…relax 🙂
    I invite people I love to be with and serve easy to cook and serve items. This leaves me time to enjoy the party and a lot less stress!

  4. Robyn

    I found a tip… I’m not a big party thrower so I had to search for one…

    Don’t point out or stress over things that didn’t turn out exactly how you had planned, nobody knows what you had planned anyway!

    Oh and I tweeted too

    http://twitter.com/#!/funfindz

  5. Amy

    My best party tip is to prepare your food as much as possible ahead of time so you spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your guests!

  6. Jen B

    My party tip is just relax and have fun. The memories are worth far more than the stress of a super clean house.

  7. Kathryne

    These items sound great and so practical!

    My best party tip is to plan your menu with items that can mostly be prepared ahead of time so that you can actually enjoy your guests while they are there and not be stuck in the kitchen!

  8. Robin in New Jersey

    Never tell your guests “it didn’t come out right.” They will never know~~unless you burned it to a crisp! Then I guess they will know for sure it didn’t come out right!

  9. Kathryne

    Daily tweet – http://twitter.com/kathryne_g/status/15065429298905088. Thanks!

  10. Lisa

    Sounds interesting and I”ll keep them in mind. I don’t want to be in the giveaway though–no place to store them should I be lucky enough to win!!

  11. Jami

    My best party throwing tip is to start planning early. Too often I have waited until a week before to planning a party, and everything seems so rushed. For my daughters’ combined birthday party I started planning months in advance, and this made the day of go much smoother! Oh and RELAX, becuase something WILL go wrong:)

  12. Janet

    I don’t have parties much, but my best tip is to keep everything simple so you are not stressed. You can enjoy your company more when you are calm. Also, ask each guest/family to bring a dish–this takes a lot of stress off!

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  14. Jenny

    my “parties” usually consist of family, so my tip makes more sense. I always forget to do my hair & makeup before I get started on the last minute prep and then look awful in the photos. SO my tip is get ready as much as possible before the last minute rush! 🙂

  15. Ame

    the parties i’ve had over the last several years have been girls’ birthday parties – i’ve found that cleaning b4 the party is imp, but to also remember that i’ll have to clean a lot more after the party. so i go easy b4. don’t know if that’s a tip … or a mommy survival thing 🙂

  16. Sharron Clemons

    my “parties” usually consist of family, so my tip makes more sense. I always forget to do my hair & makeup before I get started on the last minute prep and then look awful in the photos. SO my tip is get ready as much as possible before the last minute rush! 🙂

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