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This fanciful hand built and hand painted toothpick holder measures approximately 1-1/2" across by 1-3/4" tall. Funny and fabulous. Cool gift. Toothpicks not included.

This listing is for the toothpick holder shown in pics 1, 2, and 3. It is also shown second to the right in pic 4.

Uses for toothpicks
- find the end of the roll. When you’ve finished using tape, wrap the end around a toothpick so you can easily locate it the next time
-write on cake frosting - take a toothpick and write or draw on the cake frosting. Then, check it out for looks and accuracy. Once you're satisfied with your "outlines", go back over them with frosting or decorating gel
-temporarily fix eyeglasses - When the screws come out of the temples so they become unattached from the frame front, align the screw holes of the pieces together. Then, carefully stick the tip of a toothpick down as far as possible into the holes. Break the rest of the toothpick off and you have a temporarily fix for your eyeglasses.
-glue beads and sequins. Use the sharp ends to apply teensy items to a craft project.
-sew a better button. Place a toothpick between the button and fabric so it doesn’t go on too tightly and end up tough to fasten.
-press a gadget’s Reset button. What fits perfectly into that tiny hole? You guessed it
-microwave that potato – Stick 4 toothpicks in one side and use them as legs. The potato will cook much faster because the microwave can heat the bottom
-don’t be boiling over now – stick a toothpick between the pot and cover when boiling water this will allow steam to come out thus no boiling over
- use as a cake tester
- holds plastic wrap up off food
- when painting a wall, place in nail holes to show where pictures were hung
- use around the outside of baked goods, make a tent to separate from the pan

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Stripes and Dots Toothpick Holder Hand Formed Pottery Orange Black White


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: earthenware, glaze
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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