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$20 for $40 Worth of Personalized Foldables from Foldable.Me

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Aided by an easy-to-use website, customers create 3.5-inch cardboard likenesses of themselves and friends

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Building a miniature ship inside a bottle is impressive, but not as impressive as forging a giant glass shell around yourself and waiting for your family to come home and find you. Do something crafty with this Groupon.

$20 for $40 Worth of Personalized Foldables

Using Foldable.Me’s easy-to-navigate website, customers select their cardboard likeness’s gender, hair color, eye shape, and other defining characteristics, ultimately arriving at a miniature replica of themselves or a friend. Each Foldable costs $11.99 with shipping included.


In March of 2012, a group of designers from Mint Digital in the United Kingdom created a crude prototype of Foldable.Me, a cardboard miniature standing 3.5 inches tall that can be customized to look like any person. Immediately realizing the need for dozens of hairdos, chins, eyes, and third eyes, they began a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of raising enough funds to hire an expert illustrator. Reaching their goal quickly, they launched their full site just six months later. Now, they welcome customers to Foldable.Me’s easy-to-navigate website, where guests create their own cardboard armies bearing the likenesses of themselves or their friends. Printed onto one piece of matte laminate cardboard using high-grade inks, each Foldable.Me can be assembled without the use of glue, scissors, advanced surgical training.

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