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Wool Felt Panda Spirit Animal In A Matchbox - Marvling Bros Ltd
Wool Felt Panda Spirit Animal In A Matchbox - Marvling Bros Ltd
Wool Felt Panda Spirit Animal In A Matchbox - Marvling Bros Ltd
Wool Felt Panda Spirit Animal In A Matchbox - Marvling Bros Ltd
Marvling Bros Ltd

Wool Felt Panda Spirit Animal In A Matchbox - Marvling Bros Ltd

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Make them smile with this adorable panda spirit animal gift in a matchbox.

Open the 'My Spirit Animal' matchbox to reveal a super cute handmade wool felt panda. Also included is the panda's mantra: 'Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.'

With his cheeky smile, this tactile wool felt panda makes a lovely keepsake, and is guaranteed to capture their heart.

The panda spirit animal will guide and protect them on their journey through life.

Made from: wool felt animal, card.

Dimensions: matchbox is 55mm x 36mm x 16mm.

Made in United Kingdom.



The creation of Marvling Bros is a story that began in 2010 with two mums at the school gates of a sleepy surburban primary school in Essex…

In 2010 the head mistress of the school held a competition for the pupils. The task seemed straightforward and simple enough: How much can you fit in a matchbox? Hayley’s seven-year-old son was not enthused by idea, but Hayley entered for him and came up with all sorts of objects that not only fitted in the matchbox but fulfilled a concept too. For example, a grain of rice and a coriander seed which she labelled ‘curry takeaway’, and a picture of the Mona Lisa and Van Gogh’s Sunflowers became a miniature art gallery. She did not win the competition, and most people thought it was mad, but one other person at the school totally got it - Emma.

Two years later, Emma, inspired by the matchboxes, (and having just offloaded her youngest child at school) thought the concept could be the basis for a business and for nine months she and Hayley beavered away researching products, developing ideas and learning how to run an ecommerce company.

They launched in July 2013 with an ecommerce website and 12 different product designs. In the first week they sold exactly ten matchboxes, half of those to people they knew. Not the big hit they were hoping for. However, by their first Christmas, they were flying out of the door.

In the last eight years the business has gone from strength to strength, while keeping the company ethos - to provide inspiration.


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