Do You Like Glitter? What about Taxidermy? How about Both Combined at a bargain price?

Spotted in B&M Springhill, Bangor store. A cherry red, glitter encrusted stag's head, as part of their Christmas range. Also available in gold glitter or silver sparkle. The best part is the price, only £7.99 and it's the kind of decoration I would keep up all year, as my house is a zoo of real taxidermy.

It isn't available to buy through the B&M website just yet, but pop into your nearest store or email them to stock it if you love it like I do.

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Mind Blowing Taxidermy Sculptures Made from Louis Vuitton Bags

Louis Vuitton commissioned Billie Achilleos to scuplt a menagerie of beasts from their luggage, handbags, wallets and bags. The results are stunning. 

May I take this opportunity to also say happy birthday to Jen Dent, one of my Vine app pals. She's 40 today and often makes 6 second videos with her taxidermy pet, Nigel. Have a lovely wine-box filled day. 

That? Oh, That's Just My Faux Taxidermy Inflatable Tiger Head

This is my inflatable tiger head from the eclectic gift webstore Find Me a Gift. Do you like him? There are lots of cool inflatables on their site that could make fun Christmas gifts. 

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Another unusual product that would make a nice stocking filler are these Shwings Shoe Wings. Available in a variety of metallic colours, they are super cool for trainers, but also can make a pair of heels into something Superwoman would wear on a night off.  £9.99 for a pair of wings.

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Captured- Genuine Flabbit (flying, winged rabbit).

From the eBay description:
"Don't miss this unique opportunity to own one of these extremely rare Arctic Homing Rabbits, otherwise known as a Flabbit, scientific name (arcticous kidu-ous).

These wonderful creatures anually travel thousands of miles in search of carrots, Having the advantage of being able to hop when thier wings get tired, they can actually fly/hop five hundred miles daily, and can even fly backwards to keep the sun out of their eyes.

Some years ago I discovered that something was nicking my horse carrots, I laid a trap, in no time at all I had captured a couple of Flabbits, In a matter of days they were eating out of my hand (carrots of course) and i was soon able to release them into my garden. That was five years ago, needless to say I now have a small colony of these in my garden at a secret location in Cheshire. They breed very sucessfully, but unlike a rabbit, that lives and breeds underground and keeps getting wiped out with the dreaded myxomotosis, these live and nest and breed in trees thus avoiding the nasty little myxy flea.

Unfortunatly the lifespan of these creatures is not great, and although the Eskimo's tell me that Flabbit stew is superb, I prefer to let the taxidermist preserve these lovely little things."

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