This little steel tin is approx 2" dia x 3/4" deep, with a cute panda embossed on the snap-top lid. Perfect for storing small jewelry, or glitter, or as party favor for an Asian-themed party. Or an animal-themed party. Or a panda-themed party.
These maroon-ish polypropylene cups come in bulk, not solo. They hold 12 oz and measure 3 -3/4" tall x 3-5/8" across the top. They stack just like the big red cups and the little interlocking circle pattern on the sides just adds to the snazziness. Color Easter eggs in them, mix paints in them or use them to hold parts. They are flexible plastic so use them over and over and over again.
It's a critter container cornucopia. Approx 2" dia x 3/4" deep, green plastic, with snap-shut lids, and each has an realistically colored plastic reclining panda on top. Great for giveaways for kids party's or diorama's for that science fair project.
Yurp tub, to you. You know these - plastic, kidney-shaped things
hospitals provide when you're looking a little olive-toned around the
gills. Maybe not so appetizing in the kitchen, but awfully handy in the
shop, craft or arts room for parts, paints, widgets and thingums.
Salmon-pink plastic, each measures approx. 2" tall x 8-1/4" long x
3-1/2" wide, with a lip. Graduated measurement inside from 4 to 16 oz
and 100 to 500cc. Now available in 700cc size. Approx. 2" tall x 10"
long x 4" wide, with a lip. Graduated 4 to 20 oz and 100 to 700cc.
Surplus, but never used.
Not a bucket for giant popcorn, which doesn’t exist (yet), but a giant BPA-free plastic bucket, 8” tall x 7-3/4” dia, that you’re supposed to put popcorn in, which we know because it says “POPCORN” on the side, along with a popcorn graphic background. We’re putting chips in ours because we’re like that.
You say you’re tired of juggling bottles from the kitchen to the deck? Making multiple trips every time you get thirsty? Now there’s help from the Lifeline® people with the red plastic (LDPE) bottle tote. Folds to a neat 14-1/2” x 9” x 2-1/4”, but opens 9” square with (4) 4” ID ports to hold wine (or other) bottles securely, with a handle on top, so you always have your other hand free for the cole slaw.
The world is full of ugly lunch buckets, but breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this is the only breakfast bucket (pail?) we’ve ever seen. Shaped and sized sort of like a bocce ball, it snaps and pulls apart to reveal a 15-oz cereal bowl, a 5-oz container that sits in a sealed gel holder to keep the milk cold, and a folding plastic teaspoon. Hand wash only, but it’s so cute you won’t mind.
Cardboard boxes are tacky. Stylish folks keep stuff, and give stuff, in cute little tins. You pick the cornflower blue, steel flip-top tins at 2-3/8" x 1-7/8" x 5/8" thick or the gold one at 3-3/8" x 2-3/8" x 3/4". All made in the US of A.
It's a 10mm steel bearing stuck in an empty tube of revitalizing skin cream. You could fill it up with something else or roll on nothing but air, which is probably just as revitalizing. You could also take it apart for that ball bearing game you've been planning to make since the first Bush administration. How about removing the caps like we did to make a bed of steel balls. You will get (2) cases of 273 pieces in each package of 576.Please Note: Your entire order will ship standard ground when purchasing this item. Contact us for expedited shipping information. Thanks!
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