Giant Golf Ball

Giant Golf Ball

This giant golf ball will never enjoy a hole in one. At over 9-inches, it simply won't fit! Made of hard, thick, heavy plastic complete with detailed dimples. This ball would be a nice accent on a desk or mantel.

  • These are BIG ones at 28 inches high. That's right...over 2 feet tall! They are wonderful decorations to add to any child's room. Other great uses include display in game rooms, restaurants, in the kitchen or even the kid's room! ... These are BIG ones at 28 inches high. That's right...over 2 feet tall! They are wonderful decorations to add to any child's room. Other great uses include display in game rooms, restaurants, in the kitchen or even the kid's room! They are made of sturdy unbreakable plastic. The lamp style includes a UL approved cord with an on/off switch and the light bulb.

  • This is nuts! It is a bank in the shape of a giant peanut. Nuttier still, it is filled with 1.5 pounds of delicious Planters peanuts. The plastic peanut is nearly a foot long and nicely detailed with the markings of a real peanut.... This is nuts! It is a bank in the shape of a giant peanut. Nuttier still, it is filled with 1.5 pounds of delicious Planters peanuts. The plastic peanut is nearly a foot long and nicely detailed with the markings of a real peanut. The Planters brand name on the side makes this a fun and unique collectible. Perfect for kids or that special someone who is just a bit nutty!

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  • Look out Peter Piper! Perhaps this pickle is the most preposterous product we provide. With proportions of 3½-feet long and over a foot wide, this heavy plastic reproduction appears perfect in every way (except it is not edible). ... Look out Peter Piper! Perhaps this pickle is the most preposterous product we provide. With proportions of 3½-feet long and over a foot wide, this heavy plastic reproduction appears perfect in every way (except it is not edible). You're on your own for a creative use for this one. If you prefer to consider it a cucumber, it can be that too!