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Warmer weather must be coming soon, because several Cutting for Business readers have asked where to buy beach spikers. If you aren’t familiar with these, they are can/bottle/drink/phone holders that you insert into the sand or dirt to hold stuff during summer fun. Most Cricut or Silhouette crafters add a vinyl decal to them.
Where to Buy Beach Spikers
The best option for the best pricing and largest selection of colors is to buy spikers straight from a manufacturer, like Spiker USA. One great thing about Spiker USA is that they are located in the United States, and they manufacture their goods here as well.
Spiker Colors Available from Spiker USA
Pricing & Minimum Order Quantities
You must order in lots of 12, 24, 48, or 100 count. You can mix and match colors within the lot but you must order one of the totals I listed. Pricing is as follows: 12 – $4.50 each, 24 – $3.84 each, 48 – $3.32 each, and 100 – $2.95 each. Shipping is included in the 100 counts. I’ve seen custom made spikers retail for up to $20 on Etsy.
Registration on their wholesale website is required to order at wholesale pricing. The process was straightforward and you’ll just need your tax ID number. After registering, you are granted immediate access to the site and can order right away. (There’s even a coupon on the site for placing an order the same day you register!) If you don’t have a tax ID, you won’t be able to access the pricing above. While you are browsing the site, Spiker USA has other products for you to check out as well.
Not just for drinks at the beach!
I’m planning on using some spikers to create a container garden with the kids. Then, I am going to use my Silhouette Cameo or Cricut Explore Air to label each spiker with the name of the herb inside. Sounds cute, huh? Now, to just find the time!
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Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.