Cruelty-Free Taxidermy for Junior Woodsmen

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On one hand, Cardboard Safari’s precision cut Deer Head will instantly up the coolness quotient of any big kid’s room (think ‘Son of Rambow’). It is au courant circa 2007’s ‘hunting lodge’ aesthetic. It is of course, cruelty-free: “A fun way to add a trophy to your wall without having to go after Bambi’s mom.” It’s made of 100% recycled cardboard here in the U.S., and may be personalized at home using crayons, paints, or glued-on bits of magazine pages.

On the other hand… it’s a deer’s head. I’m torn. How about you?

$58 from Cardboard Safari (also available in Moose, Bison and Rhino)

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2 Responses to “Cruelty-Free Taxidermy for Junior Woodsmen”

  1. Kidletnation says:

    The shop down the road carries these animals, both the large size and the small… they’re not quite a substitute for the real thing, but interesting in their own right. That said, a bit pricey for cardboard.

  2. stuffed buffalo says:

    I would like to purchase this ridiculously awesome product….how do I do so?

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