Member's Mark Translucent Plastic Cups (12 oz., 330 ct.)
About this item
- Pack of 110 translucent, plastic cups
- Durable plastic won't easily crack
- Great for birthday parties and events
- Disposable for easy clean up
Member's Mark™ Translucent Plastic Cups (12 oz., 330 ct.) are the best cups to choose for parties, tailgating, poolside, camping, picnics or just everyday use. Each one of these 12-ounce disposable clear cups is made of heavy-duty plastic for increased durability.
Who Needs These Member's Mark Translucent Plastic Cups?
These plastic cups are excellent for use at home or at work. They're great at holding soda at birthday parties, drinking cold water at home and beer during football games at your buddy's. Because they're disposable, clean up is easy.
Four Smart Uses for Plastic Cups
- No party is complete without the classic disposable cup. Keep these cups on-hand so that guests never go without a drink.
- Relaxing after a long day at work? Pour your evening chilled tea into these disposable tea cups.
- Throwing a soda pop-fueled kids' birthday party and don't forget the cups. Stock up on these durable cups and a marker or two so that everyone knows which drink is theirs.
Can You Craft With Disposable Cups?
If you've thrown a bash and have extra disposable cups you'd like to use, why not bring them into your little artist's craft time? It's true - these clear disposable cups aren't just for parties. Here are a few pieces you can create with our Member's Mark Translucent Plastic Cups:
- Build a luminaria lamp in just a few minutes by poking holes all the way around your plastic cup. Then, place a battery-powered tealight on a table, turn the cup on its top so that it covers the tealight and watch as the lights shines shapes around the wall and room.
- Remember those telephones made of tin cans from your childhood? Now you can make them for your kids with these plastic cups. Simply take two plastic cups and cut a small hole in the middle of the bottom of both. Cut a long (at least fifteen or twenty ft.) piece of yarn or string and poke it through each cup, securing each string inside of the cups by tying the ends to two paperclips. Give each little one a plastic cup, send them to different rooms, keep the string tight and watch the fun as they can hear each other speak through the plastic cups.
- Let little growing minds learn by using plastic cups as planters. Simply fill these heavy-plastic cups with potting soil, seeds (herbs or small flowers work well) and have your kids water them as directed on the seed packet. They're sure to enjoy learning the art of horticulture.