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Mario Kart Characters Made from Non-Warp-Pipe-Cleaners

by Conner Flynn
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I don’t know about you, but I find these little guys to be absolutely adorable. These are fuzzy Mario Kart characters made from warp pipe-cleaners. And they have real wheels which means that you can race them too!


The wheels are attached to a little LEGO base. They come from Etsy seller Oskar Robles (aka fuzzyfigureguy) and they are just $10 (USD) each. He has a long list of characters that he can build you, which seems like it might include every Mario Kart character.

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You name it, he will build it. He sells all kinds of cool pipe-cleaner creations like Megaman, Samus, Optimus Prime, Nintendo’s R.O.B. and a whole lot more. Currently he has so many requests that you have to allow up to 3 to 6 weeks for delivery. I can see why.




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Comments (2):

  1. Justin Rampage says:

    Nice. Cool little collection. [Rampaged]

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