Tiny Monsters Surpass $10,000 Kickstarter Campaign Goal

Everything Tiny aims to bring tiny humanoid skeletons to life with tweezers and glue.

New York, NY, August 14, 2015 --(PR.com)-- The internet community came together to help a tiny company bring tiny monsters to life.

Everything Tiny launched a Kickstarter campaign to help create a new series of Tinysaurs called Tiny Monsters. Tinysaurs are laser cut kits used to create a tiny skeleton model. The campaign aims to create a tiny skeleton of an Angel, Minotaur, Cyclops and Medusa for people to put together with only tweezers and glue.

“We thought it would be fun to include these humanoid creatures into our Tinysaurs collection and give people another creative project to bring tiny monsters to life,” said Everything Tiny Founder Herbert Hoover.

The company ran a successful crowdfunding campaign two years ago with the initial project of creating a Tiny Human skeleton. Hoover and his team started a Kickstarter campaign and received the support and funds needed from the online community to launch their project. The Tiny Human kits helped the company expand their Tinysaurs kits from dinosaurs, mammals and insects to the new mythical skeleton collection.

The all-in-one kits come with everything needed to make and display a Tinysaurs creation including laser-cut parts, instructions, glue, tweezers and a glass display dome with a wooden base.

With more than 250 backers on Kickstarter, Everything Tiny has surpassed their goal of $10,000 for the Tiny Monsters project, earning more than $12,000. There is less than 10 days before the campaign is completed.

“We’ve received a tremendous amount of support from the community, and we’re excited to make Tiny Monsters available in the coming weeks,” said Hoover.

To learn more about Everything Tiny, visit the company’s website at http://everythingtiny.com, and to support the Tiny Monsters’ Kickstarter, visit the campaign page. http://kck.st/1M0L2Cc

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Herbert Hoover