Thursday, September 22, 2016

3D Coin Art American Flag- Win

My oldest son is nine years old and he is really into collecting and preserving things from the past. We have many fossils, old gun shells form wars, and coins. He has this thing about real, raw items from history and collecting coins is a great way for him to preserve a little piece of history at home. We have coins from the year our entire family was born, and even one from the time my mom was born, and we needed a clever way to keep them. 

In steps 3D Coin Art. This great American Flag 3D puzzle is a great way to keep coins and makes a beautiful display of your collector coins. The row of pennies make up your "red" row on the American flag, the dimes are our stars and the nickles are the white stripes. This puzzle holds $25, and is a beautiful patriotic activity to work on together as a family. I think it would even make a great Christmas present already done with the $25 worth of coins, or alone so the recipient can put in coins that mean something to them and their family.It is even a great present for a veteran that loves American flags and other memorials of their time served, and at only $19.99, you cannot beat it! 

The one and only negative I will say about it is you have to have all the money collected before you put this all together, so you cannot put a few in while you find other coins you have been searching for. You have to have all of the money rounded up, and then put it together, which is why I am showing a picture of an incomplete set. All in all, we have had fun rounding up the money and will love it even more once it is together and on display in my sons room! 

Win It: You can enter to win one directly from 3D Coin Art. This giveaway is not associated with Top Notch Material and we do not pick winners.

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