Chinese Takeout Set: Reproduction of a group of chinese takeout items. It has four parts: a menu (1 inch wide x 0.75 inch height), a pair of chopsticks, a large (one-quart) takeout container (0.77 inch wide x 0.51 inch height x 0.2 inch diameter) and a small (one-pint) takeout container (0.42 inch wide x 0.27 inch height x 0.17 inch diameter). The parts of this set are not available separately. The menu is just cut out and placed in the bag. The chopsticks are made from toothpicks. They are glued inside the paper wrapper that is cut out from the sheet that they are printed on. The containers are cut out from the sheets that they are printed on and then folded into the shape of the container. The wire can be attached in either of two ways: by pushing it into the container sides or by gluing it to the container sides. In the Chinese Takeout Set kit, in addition to the other items provided, you will find the following: 2 sheets with a total of 82 printed Menus and Chopsticks, 2 sheets with a total of 70 Pint Containers and 72 Quart Containers, about 50 toothpicks and 2-3 yards of galvanized steel wire. The products we make vary in the amount of work it takes to make them. Many people ask for a simple product to start. People with some experience with miniatures or crafts often ask for more complicated products that we buy for more. People work from home at their own skill level. We have products that can be assembled by just about everyone. In general, the more work required to make the product the more we will buy it for. To say it another way, the amount we buy a product for is an indicator of the amount of time it takes to make the product. For example, kits that we buy for $50 take about half the time of kits that we buy for $100.