It’s almost time for Easter!! Can you even believe we’re already talking about that? It’s coming fast friends, and we want you to be prepared.

Easter is a great time to spread the vision of our three basic truths to all the new friends who come to visit. We wanted to make that as easy as possible for you this year and created a one-of-a-kind cup! They’re totally awesome.


These fabulous cups are 12 oz and sold in sets of 10.

Here’s a look at all four sides. (Can you have sides to a round object?)


The cups are made with this unique 18-20 ml thick polypropylene. That’s fancy talk for thin but sturdy plastic.

They’re reusable and top-rack dishwasher safe.

We wanted to prove that what the manufacturer said was true so we did a little experimenting. (Keep in mind that it’s snowing in Georgia, which means we’re all stuck at home. We’ve got to find entertainment wherever possible.) Here’s what we did.

We submerged one cup in water for 18 hours. Yes, 18 hours. We figured that would get you through multiple bath times.


We put one cup in the dishwasher on the top rack of the dishwasher and ran it with high heat drying.


Then we compared all three cups.



Can you tell a difference in the three? Do you know which is which?


Not much difference. Not much difference at all. I will give you that the dishwasher one has a slightly off side, but that was my fault. It’s a light cup and I didn’t brace it in the dishwasher. So, it fell over.


Oh, and the one that sat in the water for 18 hours. You’d think it would be leaking from the bottom by that point like your cup from McDonald’s does. Nope. Not one single drop.


All that water on the outside is because I had just pulled it out. I tried to make it fail. I really did. It was perfect.

So, what did all this experimenting prove.

THESE CUPS ARE AWESOME and a great gift for your preschoolers.

Or, you could fill them with candy and give them to your volunteers.



Grab yours now at the Orange Store. Only $9 for 10 of them. That’s a pretty sweet deal. Get it… sweet.
Ya, I need to go play in the snow some more.