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Toytisserie

Help us gather toys for a new sculpture at The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures. Donate your small plastic or metal toys. Give your toys a second life as a permanent piece of the museum's sculpture!

1980s Bell Charms would be a great addition to the Toytisserie sculpture!

.Ravishing.: 1980s Bell Charms!

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Clothing and jewelry by UK-based designer Anne Sophie Cochevelou are right up our alley! Great inspiration for our Toytisserie sculpture.

We're guessing the author of this article has stepped on one too many plastic LEGO bricks while barefoot ... Donate your small (dangerous while barefoot) toys to our Toytisserie sculpture!

10 Toys You Should Never Buy Your Child

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We've added another drop off location: Mid-Continent Public Library's Colbern Road Branch!

Colbern Road Branch | mymcpl.org - Mid-Continent Public Library

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Find another drop off barrel at the Student Union on the Volker campus of the University of Missouri- Kansas City.

Student Union at UMKC

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There's a donation barrel waiting at the Johnson Country Resource Library for your toys!

Central Resource Library | Johnson County Library

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How about some LEGO pieces?!

Inspiration for T/m's Toytisserie: Rainbow Toy Car Installation by David T. Waller.

Rainbow Toy Car Installation Made from 2,500 Cars

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