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Post  manny on Sun Apr 01, 2012 10:29 pm

I know theres a previous thread for this but I couldnt find it.

I just found a really great substitute for expensive acrylic risers. I got these clear plastic boxes from Michael's. They have different sizes so you gave a variety of levels. The lids could also be used as smaller risers.



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Post  Blood101 on Sun Apr 01, 2012 10:36 pm

damn nice, thanks! i need to score me some of those

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Post  itsa_mia on Sun Apr 01, 2012 11:00 pm

nice, i wanted to get those last week but didnt feel like driving 2 hours to michaels
i did find this at a local dollar store though
acrylic, i think its meant to hold salad dressings or toppings lol
regardless its a pretty good height and sturdy



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Post  BigC on Mon Apr 02, 2012 1:53 am

I found some good shit at Kmart for the 4" buds.


Manny.....how much were those at Michaels?
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Re: Alternatives for acrylic risers

Post  manny on Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:57 am

BigC wrote:I found some good shit at Kmart for the 4" buds.


Manny.....how much were those at Michaels?

The ones I bought where 3.50 they have smaller ones that are slightly cheaper
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Re: Alternatives for acrylic risers

Post  Applejuice on Fri Apr 06, 2012 10:20 pm

itsa_mia wrote:nice, i wanted to get those last week but didnt feel like driving 2 hours to michaels
i did find this at a local dollar store though
acrylic, i think its meant to hold salad dressings or toppings lol
regardless its a pretty good height and sturdy




Haha =P, I'm on the lookout for risers too, but every clear box/bowl/etc. I find isn't really meant to put toys on and looks a bit silly.
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Post  itsa_mia on Fri Apr 06, 2012 11:39 pm

heh i know what u mean but this one is pretty good i think
heavy duty and wont budge
plus u cant even see it with the shit infront, hides the salsa =p
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Post  Applejuice on Sun Apr 08, 2012 12:20 am

itsa_mia wrote:heh i know what u mean but this one is pretty good i think
heavy duty and wont budge
plus u cant even see it with the shit infront, hides the salsa =p

Lol! True =P, I may try Ikea for something. I believe they don't have risers, but their cabinets are really nice.
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Re: Alternatives for acrylic risers

Post  squadter on Mon Jun 04, 2012 4:51 am

manny wrote:I know theres a previous thread for this but I couldnt find it.

I just found a really great substitute for expensive acrylic risers. I got these clear plastic boxes from Michael's. They have different sizes so you gave a variety of levels. The lids could also be used as smaller risers.

Thanks for the info! This is perfect - I'm always looking for creative ways to improve display - this is great, and easy to obtain!
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Re: Alternatives for acrylic risers

Post  ilovefreestufftoo on Mon Jun 04, 2012 5:16 am

itsa_mia wrote:nice, i wanted to get those last week but didnt feel like driving 2 hours to michaels
i did find this at a local dollar store though
acrylic, i think its meant to hold salad dressings or toppings lol
regardless its a pretty good height and sturdy




Looks DELICIOUS
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