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Old 04-11-2011, 03:32
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Default Re: Are flattened painted bottlecaps safe?

Originally Posted by missdana1105 View Post
One of my coworkers really wanted me to make flattened bottlecap necklaces for her granddaughters 2nd birthday party a couple months ago. Of course this coworker always thinks she deserves a discount and only wanted to pay cost of the bottle caps! But anyways I told her that it wasn't a good idea for such a young age group since they stick everything in their mouth and I thought the cap might cut up there lip, or the resin is probably toxic. She didn't like that answer and went to someone else anyways which was fine with me! I recommend the bottle caps to the over 15 age group just to be cspia safe (the age is 15 right?).
I think 15 is a bit much. I would say not for under 3 years. My 3.5 year old is fine with hers. I wouldn't give my 18 month old son one until he's done the 'everything in the mouth' stage... or if you think 3 is still too young then I would say age 6years and up.
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