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3D DIY Decorative Beetles

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Almost as fun to assemble as they are to view, these colorful 3D DIY Decorative Beetles are not only larger than life, but much more flamboyant. Designed by the Amsterdam-based family business Studio Roof, the beetles are made with recycled cardboard and printed with eco-friendly vegetable inks. The 3D DIY Decorative Beetles will be happy to live on your desk, table or wall, where their true-to-life design will satisfy the imagination of everyone from kids to naturalists. Each Beetle is between 10.6 and 14.5” long. For ages 4+.
  • Designer
    Studio ROOF team
  • Size
    Giant Stag Beetle: 14.5h x 5.5w x 3.15"d
    Japanese Beetle: 12.2h x 4.75w x 2.75"d
    Tiger Beetle: 10.6h x 4.35w x 2.75"d
    Giant Scarab Beetle: 11.4h x 4.7w x 3.5"d
    Titan Beetle: 10.6h x 3.9w x 2.8"d
    Giant Lady Bug: 10.6h x 3.9w x 2.8"d
  • Materials
    Recycled Cardboard, Vegetable inks
  • Year of Design
  • Origin
  • Age
    Adults,Kids - 5 and up,Preschool,Teens
  • Warning
    Choking Hazard — Item contains small parts. Not for children under 3.

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