Kickstarter Gift Guide, Part Two
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Last week, we published part one of our Kickstarter Gift Guide, where we highlighted some gift ideas that were made with Kickstarter. Thousands of backers helped these things make it into the world, and we're excited about celebrating them now.
The Ototo lets you make music from anything — bananas, clay, whatever! It’s an easy-to-assemble DIY synth kit that lets you create electronic sounds with the flick of a finger, no programming necessary. Supported by 915 people on Kickstarter and now available here.
The Craft-Your-Own-Bitters Kit from Hella Bitters brings the satisfaction of making delicious bitters into the homes of cocktail lovers everywhere. Supported by 922 people on Kickstarter and now available for purchase here.
What to get for the kid who wants to make music? The Loog Guitar is a customizable three-string instrument that kids can construct themselves and then play. Supported by 440 backers on Kickstarter and now available here.
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