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Remember those aluminum drinking glasses?

Posted by soxxxx 7 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 17, 10 at 22:33

In the late 40's and early 50's the Borden milkman delivered dairy products as well as milk to homes. My mother bought cottage cheese in colorful aluminum glasses about 6 inches tall.

I have a few and need ideas about repurposing them.

One idea I have is to invert them and somehow add clappers to make bells.

Put on your "thinking caps" as my first grade teacher would say. Wonder where that expression came from.


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RE: Remember those aluminum drinking glasses?

I remember them well. Now that you've reminded me, I want to get Mom's if she still has them. But I may want to drink out of them. I often need unbreakable glasses and if I recall correctly they were much nicer to drink from than plastic.

STill curious to see what you come up with tho!
Kathy


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RE: Remember those aluminum drinking glasses?

Maybe a rain chain or windchime.
Lisa


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RE: Remember those aluminum drinking glasses?

Those are pretty collectible now ... are you sure you want to re-purpose them ? ;)


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RE: Remember those aluminum drinking glasses?

  • Posted by sorie6 Zone4 Colo (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 19, 10 at 22:46

I'd use them to drink out of or eat out of. Mix a milk shake in one it will stay cold a long time!! Enjoy!


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