Wish Dry-Erase Bank

Wish Dry-Erase Bank

There are times when fate takes over and sees our wishes through, but more often than not it’s up to oneself to make things happen…especially when it comes to finances. If you want to have something, saving up is a great way to get it. With the Wish Dry-Erase Bank, you can write down what it is you want to save for and consciously see yourself putting some money aside for it. None of this virtual nonsense!

Wish Dry-Erase Bank

  • Dimensions: Bank. 7.25″ x 3″
  • Draw some cash. Handcast white stoneware flare rounds space to doodle your savings plan. Sized to deposit pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters.
  • Handcast stoneware with plastic plug
  • Black dry erase pen included
  • Wipe with dry soft cloth
  • Indoor or outdoor use

Of course the wish bank has a hole ready to accept your loose coins, but I don’t see any problem with rolling up dollar bills to reach your goal faster. Cut back on your $5 coffees and watch your savings grow.

The wish bank looks modern and sleek that no one will think it’s a piggy bank at first sight. If you want to write your wish on them, like “55-inch flat-screen LED television,” then it would look more obvious but never as tacky as other ceramic piggy banks out there. Draw Mickey Mouse’s head if you’re saving for a trip to Disneyland to be more subtle. If you have a collection of colored dry-erase markers, you could even decorate the bank with colors to liven up a space.

The Wish Dry-Erase Bank is available at CB2 for $14.95.

Meanwhile, if you want to save up for a new bathroom, why not flush money away in the Toilet Bank? Saving for a new dog? Maybe it’s the Choken Bako Robotic Doggy Bank you’ll want instead.

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Patra Beaulieu

About Patra Beaulieu

Patra has a background in molecular biology and was a former writer / translator for one of Canada's major web-based entertainment news providers. She currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario and is into alpine skiing, biking, music, movies, dining, baking, traveling, spending time with family, friends and her mini goldendoodle.

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