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Bloxes are building blocks made of interlocking pieces of corrugated cardboard, folded together. They are connected with each other on all six sides and can be used to construct benches, tables, tunnels, even walls. Their unique shape and structure make them exceptionally strong and lightweight.

How to build Bloxes

Bloxes measure 9½" square when assembled; a pack of 20 will create a 4-by-5 blox wall of approximately 36" by 45". Sold in quantities of 20, the unassembled bloxes fit in a 15" square box for easy shipping. We think they make great screen and partitions!

For more information, visit Bloxes.

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D. Heir said...

omg! this is so cool

mein™ said...

hey D, good to see you here! Glad you like it.

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