February 2, 2010
- Children's Greeting Cards with Bracelets Recalled Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
This recall involves Papyrus brand children’s greeting cards sold with an attached wooden bead bracelet. The front of the card says “Happy Birthday To You” and includes an attached bead in the shape of a heart with the word “smile” printed on it. The colorful bracelet includes wooden beads with one in the shape of a butterfly. The back of the greeting card reads, “BD 63401 | © Jean Card & Gift Company” and the card insert reads, “USA $6.95 | CAN $10.50 | Made in China | © Jean Card & Gift Company” and includes UPC number 734524634013 in the lower right hand corner.
March 13, 2007
- Tri-Star International Recalls Children's Stationery Sets Due to Laceration Hazard
The recall involves Cooky Stationery Sets, which include a pencil, various color markers, plastic scissors, erasers and the razor blade cutter. The cardboard backing of the set reads, "Cooky Staitonery (sic) Set." "Cooky Stationery" is written on the erasers and markers.
November 9, 2004
- General Binding Corp. Recall of Pouch Laminators
March 25, 1996
- Activity Set Recalled by Dollar Tree