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No Rest For the Wicked Pill Case Box Pinup Gal Retro Pulp Kitsch Attitude Bad Girl. "No rest for the wicked" (or "No peace to the wicked") is a phrase originating from the Book of Isaiah verses 48:22 and 57:20-21. Here, it is a pinup girl phrase that describes a bad girl who never lets up!

Uses: Pill Box, Pill Case, Vitamin Holder, Medicine Organizer, or Trinket Box
Other Uses: Accessory for guitar picks, coins, buttons, & other small items
Color: Stainless Steel
Condition: Brand new & handmade by Sweetheartsinner
Size: Diameter is just under 2 inches
Depth: approx. 7/10 inches
Operation: Side push device opens it
Features: Hard plastic liner & plastic tri-separator to sort items (can be removed to make interior larger)
Other: Front image is coated for protection

This No Rest For the Wicked pillbox container makes a perfect, affordable gift for teachers, loved ones, birthdays, weddings, holidays, anniversaries, sisters, brothers, grandmothers, friends, extended family, and of course, a little something special for yourself! Also makes a great Christmas stocking stuffer!

Ships directly from the USA.

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No Rest For the Wicked Pill Case Box Pinup Gal Retro Pulp Kitsch Attitude Bad Girl Birth Control Case Medicine organizer

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stainless steel, vinyl, metal
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 17906 reviews
  • Favorited by: 293 people