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Tobar unveils new Make Your Own art and crafts range

The firm reports that its collection has sold well over the last few years and now plans to continue this success with its raft of new releases.
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Tobar has unveiled the new line-up of its 2015 Arts and Crafts product range, featuring new Make Your Own lines and more.

The firm reports that its collection has sold well over the last few years and now plans to continue this success with its raft of new releases.

Targeting the older market, Tobar’s Make Your Own range features Teddy Bears, Ballerinas, Puppies, Puzzles, Pixies and more, all of which are available and in stock now.

Further new additions to the firm’s successful arts and craft range, include Tap Tap Art, Make Your Own Bouncy Balls, Make Your Own Friendship Bracelets, Paint Your Own Russian Dolls, Dough Heads and Make Your Own Sock Monkey.

“We are very proud of our new Make Your Own range, these kits let older kids continue to develop their creative skills and come with everything in the box, making them ideal for parents,” said David Mordecai, CEO of Tobar.

“Our Aircraft Carrier 3D Puzzle is unique, combining the challenge of a puzzle with a brilliant toy that can be played with afterwards.

“Parents love Arts and Crafts toys for birthdays, rainy days and our team is on hand to advise our customers on which lines to stock and how to display them effectively in store.”

The complete range of Tobar creative toy lines are available now.

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