You may remember the first time you tried the tiny ruffle, a creme that had the consistency of melted marshmallow.
But if you were a kid and the first thing you saw when you tried it was a tiny red dot, you might have thought you had found the perfect snack.
The ruffling process requires a little bit of effort and you can’t actually see it, but that doesn’t stop kids from creating their own tiny versions of their favourite foods.
The Tiny Ruffle Collection has just released a collection of about 500 ruffled items, from stuffed puddings to hand-cranked razors, all in a little pocket that you can slip into your pocket and just let your fingers do the work.
The idea is that kids can create and enjoy these tiny rugs in their own unique way.
But there’s a catch: the ruffler will only last for a limited time and you have to keep the product on hand for at least a month.
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