Personalized Red Tin Pails
Great little buckets
Great little tins, well made and fun to use.
December 20, 2011
Perfect for little treats
I bought these for table decorations for our dog rescue fundraising function.. It was really neat having the stickers which had plenty room for the rescue name and website. I know people said they were small, but I thought they were plenty large. Bought the cute pink salt water taffy to fill them with and they easily took 10 pieces each. I'm buying more now.
December 15, 2014
Product says "Item will be personalized" no where on the write up does it say you must affix label to bucket. We have ordered other mis-shaped items (cow bells) before and they where printed right on the product. If there was time between now and when we planned on giving them out we would have returned and found something else to use.
What you receive is the bucket as shown and a sheet of labels.
December 22, 2011
way too small
bought these to put cake pops in. Was way smaller then I thought it would be. They are just the right size to put one cupcake in. If you're looking for a cute tiny pail to put little candy in this would work fine, anything else probably not
October 27, 2011
these were perfect.....they made my candy station a hit!
April 22, 2011
A little skimpy
Smaller than they appear; was expecting better quality then what was provided. I distributed them to my employees yesterday and the color is already fading away. Was also disappointed in the stickers---it would have been nice to a. select the font and b. have the stickers already on the pails.
February 9, 2011
Ordered these for a family reunion. The stickers were fine and stayed attached. The tins had chipped places and were not painted uniformly. I was disappointed, but had to use them due to time constraints. I put in tissue paper, candies, etc. and camouflaged some of the imperfections.
September 5, 2010
Bought these pails for a beach birthday party. Bigger than I expect. The stickers stayed on during 100 degree direct sunlight and the cans did not melt.
July 7, 2010