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RE: "Free" Buckets


From: San D (kprs_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Jun 11 2004 - 13:25:31 PDT

The free 'lard' buckets from bakeries are the size of 'spackle buckets', if
that helps.
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  In a message dated 06/07/2004 4:18:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:
    With lids on these buckets they 'stack' one on top of the other. Like
        art teachers space was a premium in my room as well. We just did the
best we
        could stacking them.
  Sorry, I missed this thread..... Anyway, speaking of buckets, I use the
nicely sized containers that the Model Magic comes in. Are these the
buckets you are talking about? Crayola puts their Model Magic large size
packages of clay in these and I save these white oval plastic beauties and
use them to store everything! The label is even easily removed and you
replace with your own label and stack them.
  Susan on Long Island (whose classroom was literally 98 degrees yesterday
with high humidity, and TWO more weeks of school!)