White Pails with Handles
I bought this for a beach themed baby shower, and it works well with favors! You can put a lot of stuff in here. I put in a lollypop, a flip flop magnet, and a note pad and it still had planty of room for random wraped candies.
June 7, 2010
Perfect for beach and sea glass wrdding favors:)
December 4, 2014
I wanted something much smaller.
I wanted to put just a few pieces of taffy candy in the pails but these are so big, it would take 30 pieces to fill the pail.
November 12, 2014
Perfect for what I used them for.
Used them for decorations on a picnic table. Placed small items for people to take home with them. Made the table look very festive.
October 1, 2014
Made a reunion class favor
I took these white pails and added a personalized sticker with class reunion year in black and white school colors on the front, I hot glued a small piece of foam in the bottom front took a personalized tin of mints and put each in a black cellophane bag and tied with a black ribbon.and stood the tin on end in the back of the pail. In the front I stuck a heart shaped black and white lollipop in the center and a black and white unicorn pop on each side into the foam. I crumpled a small piece of white tissue paper around the pops. They will look great on the tables and a nice favor for the guests to take home.
March 14, 2014
Smaller then I thought they would be.
February 24, 2014
just the right size for what i was using them for
February 13, 2014
White Pails ~ So universal
These white pails are the perfect size for small hands. They hold several little gift items and are easy to dress up or keep simple. Love them! Great addition to my daughter's party.
February 5, 2014
Better than expected
We plan to use these for small potted flowers. I think they will be adorable.
February 5, 2014
good for the wedding
Will be using these in May2014. Will be part of t table setting at daughters wedding reception. It's a beach theme. Each little bucket, will be filled with M&Ms, will be placed on the guest's plate. M&M's are a family tradition. Thank you. Mother of the Bride.
November 18, 2013