Alphabet Plates, Creator of Personalized Plates and Placemats, Introduces Personalized Insulated Lunchboxes

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Just in time for back to school, Alphabet Plates (http://www.alphabetplates.com), an e-tailer specializing in customized children's products now introduces personalized soft, insulated lunchboxes. This product adds to the company’s lineup of customized plates and placemats served up with tasty graphics, bold colors and one-of-a kind pizazz. In addition to the popular kidfood designs, Alphabet Plates signature is their innovative Face-it™ technology, which enables the customers to design their physical appearance by selecting hairstyle, hair color, skin tone, eye color and accessories.

Alphabet Plates Face-it™ Design

Lunchboxes are a natural extension of our personalized mealtime products. Not only do the kids love seeing their name and interests on the lunchbox, and it makes the lunchboxes easy to identify at school.

Just in time for back to school, Alphabet Plates (http://www.alphabetplates.com), an e-tailer specializing in customized children's products now introduces personalized soft, insulated lunchboxes. This product adds to the company’s lineup of customized plates and placemats served up with tasty graphics, bold colors and one-of-a kind pizzazz. In addition to the popular kidfood designs, Alphabet Plates signature is their innovative Face-it™ technology, which enables the customers to design their physical appearance by selecting hairstyle, hair color, skin tone, eye color and accessories.

The "Face-It™" section of the website displays a variety of illustrations from which to choose: 18 hairstyles, 7 hair colors, 4 eye colors, 4 skin tones and 12 plate colors, as well as appropriate accessories, including eyeglasses, pacifiers, princess crowns, hair bows and flower barrettes, plus areas in which to type a child's name and/or characteristic, i.e., "Princess Olivia’s lunchbox," as seen below. The possibilities are plentiful, with over 100,000 combinations of hair color and style, skin tone, eye color, plate hue and accessories.

Laura Paresky Gould, creator of Alphabet Plates says, “Lunchboxes are a natural extension of our personalized mealtime products. Not only do the kids love seeing their name and interests on the lunchbox, and it makes the lunchboxes easy to identify at school. Most personalized lunchboxes are either simply embroidered with a name, or are a sticker adhered to a metal lunchbox. Our designs are truly integrated into the product, printed onto the lead-free durable microfiber and then sewn together.” The lunchboxes are 10 x 7 x 4 inches.

Alphabet Plates’ products have been purchased by customers from over 28 countries. Customers rave about the products as their unique go-to gifts for their endless birthday party and holiday gift line-up.

Alphabet Plates Kidfood designs feature 22 favorite kid favorites i.e., "Jessie loves cupcakes," "Skyler loves sushi," "Olivia loves broccoli.” The Sport designs features hobbies and sports, including tennis, basketball, baseball, and football. Branching out into other favorite areas, Alphabet Plates has added new designs featuring Peace signs as well as Pirates and Camouflage.

Alphabet Plates is the latest creation by Laura Paresky Gould, a graphic designer, animator, photographer, fine artist and mother of three. She has been commissioned by Disney for special projects and has created internationally award-winning motion graphics for Nike, NBC, E! Entertainment Television, CBS, CNN, and USA Pictures. She created the logo identities for many destinations across the country including the Miami Mandarin Oriental’s Azul Restaurant, the Trump Sonesta’s Aquanox Spa, and the Zimmer Children’s Museum in Los Angeles. Paresky Gould's fine artwork appears in museums and public and private collections worldwide, including three solo exhibits during Art Basel Miami Beach. Paresky Gould brings her distinct design skills to the table with each Alphabet Plates product. To learn more about Paresky Gould and her work, visit http://www.paresky.com or http://www.alphabetplates.com.

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