Target’s Newest $5 Kitchen Gem Has Shoppers “So in Love” (and Grabbing Every Color)

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With spring cleaning underway, sometimes all you need to feel refreshed in your space is replacing a few of those old items with some new and improved pieces. Whether it’s some new storage containers, a sleek wooden candle, or adding a new appliance to your collection that will make cooking simpler, a few upgrades may give you that inspiration you need in the kitchen. And let’s face it, we all need some extra motivation every once in a while.

Target always has some great home decor and kitchenware finds with inexpensive price tags, especially at their Bullseye Playground (formerly known as the Target Dollar Spot). The section, typically found at the front of the store, features curated seasonal products for under $5.

Fans of the store have taken to social media to share their favorite finds, including Instagram account @targetiseverything, who just shared some new products to add to your kitchen stash. However, we’re particularly intrigued by the newest measuring cups, retailing in both clear and pink. With their unique shape that’s wider on the bottom and narrower on the top, the cups feature a rim that is reminiscent of a mason jar, making the design a special addition to your kitchenware.

Users were excited to see if they could find the cup for themselves and were raving about the new release. “I need that measuring cup In my life,” wrote one commenter. 

Unfortunately, as with all Bullseye Playground items, they are unavailable online so you’ll have to head over to your local Target to find them. However, if you do see them and are thinking of adding them to your cart, you may want to do that soon — these will be gone before you know it.