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Still using the carved typographic wooden coasters that Veer sent me a while back, but I still find myself wondering near the 'Add to Basket' button for these marvellous laser cut felt Letters Coasters by Little Factory.

Each coaster is 11.5x11.5cm in size made from 100% polyester felt, and it'll cost you only $12 for the 4-piece set!

They also do  accompanying Numbers Placemats for the best dining experience.

» Source: Little Factory
» Via: Typography Daily








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