The ORIGINAL & BEST SELLING Rubik's Cube Tissue Box Cover as seen on tv The Big Bang Theory.
Materials: plastic canvas, yarn
As seen on The Big Bang Theory!
Best selling Rubik's cube tissue box cover. Solvable addition available as well.
Over 1000 of these have been sold!
This is handmade to order.
This tissue box cover shaped like the unsolved version of a Rubik's Cube.
The product is the same as the one pictured.
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These covers are TOP QUALITY, you will not find any better craftsmanship anywhere else!
This tissue box cover is made out of plastic canvas and yarn, in a smoke-free/pet-free home, and measures 5-3/8" by 5-3/8".
This cover slides right over any standard size tissue box (Kleenex, Puffs, BJ's, Wal-Mart, and many others).
Please keep in mind that it may take up to 3 business days before this product ships, depending on availability.
DO NOT BE FOOLED BY THE MANY LOWER QUALITY KNOCK-OFFS ON ETSY!
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328 reviews5 out of 5 stars
OMG This is the cutest item ever! I am so excited to have it!!! I have been messing around with this idea for months and I finally pulled the trigger and I can say I have never been happier! Terrific job!!!
This tissue box looks just like a Rubik cube and is so fun and colorful. I love looking at it; I especially prefer it to the plain tissue box. It also fits perfectly over the standard tissue box. This would probably be a great gift for the nerd in your life. It also shipped quickly.
This is so super cute! My cube-obsessed kid was really excited to have it in his room!
Very well made. Great quality. Definitely met expectations. HOWEVER. This was a present for my 9yo daughter who learned to solve rubics cubes in the last couple of years. And this was her biggest critique. She said the way the pattern is made, this one would be completely unsolvable. You can’t have two center red pieces and no edge ones. And you’d never have a yellow piece right next to a white piece. And she gave a bunch of other details that I don’t pretend to remember. But I guess I’d think if you’re going to make one after an actual object, might have been better to actually scramble up an actual cube and base it on those patterns than just making up a random one.
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