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Marshmallow Crossbow

The Marshmallow Crossbow is the tastiest way to take a bullet, it harmlessly shoots marshmallows as the ammo as far as 60 feet away with incredible accuracy! Handmade in Vancouver and with a clean, modern design this substantial wooden toy can easily be assembled and disassembled with no tools required for storage or travel. Itís as simple as drawing the bow, loading up with a mallow, and pressing the wood-carved trigger. We need this in our lives.



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MINI MATERIALS

Mini Materials is like Lego, but with real materials! You can now channel your inner architect with these brilliant mini building materials, use stuff such as cinder blocks (made from real cement), bricks (made from real terra cotta), wooden palettes and wooden planks, even concrete mix to bring everything together and build some cracking looking constructions. The only thing holding you back is your own imagination. All the materials are 1/12 scale and available no...
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URBIO | MODULAR MAGNETIC WALL STORAGE

Urbio is a beautiful and versatile, vertical wall organization system. Urbio is modular and consists of wall mounted steel plates that you can organise as a grid, you then magnetically attach your choice of component vessels, creating your own unique personalized solution. The vessels are lightweight, durable, and available in a variety of sizes. A great solution for small-space living. watch the video Learn more from Urbio, or purchase now from Amazon Availabl...
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A MOVIE POSTER A DAY

"A Movie Poster a DayĒ is a stunning collection of art prints by Craft & Graft. The posters are designed by Australian Graphic artist Peter Majarich, he is undertaking a creative challenge of designing a movie poster a day, hes vowed to do one everyday for 365 days. You can follow his progress and check out more of his work on his Instagram, or purchase the prints from his Society6 shop Craft and Graft....
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