Cardboard Rocket wendy/play house

30 Oct

Everyone knows that kids prefer boxes to their actual toys – but it’s not exactly interior design friendly to have a random cardboard box sitting about the house.
So why not give them a cardboard rocket to play in instead?

Made from recycled cardboard, the Paperpod Rocket from Nigel’s Eco Store adds
a bit of eco cool to play-time. Best of all, your kids (or you) can decorate it with paint, crayons, pens, glitter… whatever. And when they’re done with it, the Paperpod Rocket folds up flat for easy storage. Gets yours for £29.99 here.


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3 Responses to “Cardboard Rocket wendy/play house”

  1. Recycled Products 06/07/2009 at 8:10 PM #

    Kids just love playing in cardboard boxes and these are great because they can be paited etc as well!

  2. goecostore 04/08/2010 at 4:23 PM #

    An innovative concept in play houses & furniture for children, the range is environmentally friendly, cost effective, sturdy, and practical – manufactured from recycled corrugated cardboard.Every child likes to play house and what better property for your young homeowner. This fun structure is easy to assemble and fold down after use. Decorate with paint and fabrics. It is a blank canvas for your budding artist. There is many different designs like chairs, rockets, dolls houses, teepee, den , aeroplane and paperpods.

    For more designs go to


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