• Cocktail Picks
  • Cocktail Picks
  • Cocktail Picks
  • Cocktail Picks
  • Cocktail Picks
  • Cocktail Picks
  • Cocktail Picks

Casino Theme Cocktail Picks

Casino Night, anyone?

$25.00
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Casino Party

Cocktail Pick Set

Need something to skewer olives for your martini or strawberries for your daiquiri? Reuseable stainless steel cocktail picks are the way to go … and our casino skewers are the stylish choice.

This set of 4 casino themed picks are handmade from black and red polymer clay in the shape of playing card suits. Match them with our casino swizzle sticks for a great housewarming gift or for Father’s Day.

Visit our shop for more cocktail garnish picks.

Availability:
  • Check your preferred marketplace (Etsy or Amazon Handmade) for stock availability
  • If not available on one marketplace, please check the other
Size:
  • 4.5"
Materials used:
  • Polymer clay
  • Stainless Steel Picks
Processing Time:
  • 1-3 days
Warnings:
  • Keep out of reach of small children and pets as items can cause choking.
  • Polymer clay can be toxic if swallowed.
Care Instructions:
  • Although polymer clay is hardened when cured (i.e., when baked), there is still some “bend” to thinner pieces that can break when bent too far or abused in any way. Therefore, please ensure items are treated with care to avoid breakage or damage.
  • Store items in a safe place and out of reach of children and pets.
  • Do not place heavy objects on or around items as such objects could break thinner pieces of cured clay.
  • Do not drop on hard surfaces.
  • To clean, use a soft damp cloth and gently wipe off dirt and smudges. A small soft brush (such as an old toothbrush) and water can be used to get into tight areas. Do not place polymer clay items in a dishwasher or submerge in water. Avoid using any chemicals or abrasive products. Do not scrub.
  • Do not try to separate polymer clay top from the metal pick. The clay is permanently attached to the pick and trying to remove can break the clay.