They are 8 oz. size... perfect for an individual serving.
When I saw these, I knew I would find a good use for them in my vintagey kitchen.
Of course the obvious use would be for holding milk! .....but this morning I filled them with fresh orange juice. I like the idea of having OJ for my kids to drink with thier breakfast, already made and poured into a cute little bottle just for them. Any extra boost of vitamin C really helps.....especially during this cold time of year.
After I filled them, I thought I would just cut a square of wax paper & use a rubber band to seal them with....(just like we used to do for cream from our cows while growing up on the farm)....but then I got an even better idea!....I grabbed some cupcake papers out of the baking cupboard to try them on for size....perfect! And cuter than wax paper.
Aren't they cute? I would have showed you how cute they all look lined up in my fridge.....but yeah right!... like I'm going to show you the inside of my fridge....maybe when it's more organized...lol.
These papers are cute but now I'm going to have to look for more. I'd like to have a good variety in several prints and colors.....I really like that I won't need to cut toppers now and that cupcake papers are fairly inexpensive....I won't feel so bad using them only once.
I got my rubber band ball at Target last year....I havn't used it much since I really havn't found a need for rubber bands ...until now. I wonder if they have more? I 'll have to go check it out tomorrow.....
I'm looking forward to putting all kinds of good stuff in these bottles....I'm glad I found them.
A variety of fruit juices...V8...chocolate milk....eggnog...just to name a few. Maybe lemonade in the summer or even good old Kool-Aid....the list goes on.
Happy thrifting everyone!