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Pokemon theme bin

Great for any pokemon lover!
Complete with battle slime! (really just slime I bought at the toy store awhile ago and reused)
This bin has many different land and water areas. (Cause if their is something we should all know with a pokemon lover in the house is that they live in different areas of the earth(water, in the air, and on the land)
This is the first bin I made to engage older kids (around 6 or so) and it went over well. What little kid wouldn't like to make a mess, play with slime, and find new things!
One of the things I left to find was the fossil hidden in the rocks. (yes real fossil's someone gave me to work with)
This bin cost me around $4 to put together. My hint to everyone would be check local online(facebook) yard-sale pages, you can find some great deals!


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