If you ran out and bought neon duct tape after our things to do with a cardboard box post, you’ll be pleased to know we have yet..
This Ikea SKYLTA Children’s market stand is just £10! Yep, £10. Bargain. Imagine the fun the little ones will have with this. I am..
A friend sent me a ‘saw this and thought of you’ email about these when he spotted them over on Dezeen. I was immediately..
Much as I hate flatpack furniture I simply can’t resist the pull of a flatpack toy. One of my (and, fortunately, Alfie’s)..
Just as I’m coming to end of my period of mourning for the Habitat Brighton store, they go and appoint Polly Dickens (ex Conran Shop..
I do like the idea of a reusable Christmas tree, but the artificial options out there are so unappealing. Which is why I’m loving..
Love, love, love these vibrant cardboard playscenes from Zoé de las Cases. Made of hardwearing thick card, they come flatpacked and ready..
Space. The Final Frontier. And a fantastic theme for a child’s room. There’s so much material out there that I found this..
First came the Magical Menagerie. Then Birds in Flight. Now, the tremendously talented Japanese artist Junzo Terada brings us his Jungle..
I’m always on the lookout for cardboard toys and furniture because aside from their eco credentials, they tend to have high play..
Major swoon alert! I love everything by Swedish illustrator Ingela Arrhenius such as her retrolicious art at Happy Spaces and..
I can’t get enough of the New York Museum of Modern Art‘s products – its pop-up and paper-cut Christmas cards have long..
For the eager beaver motorist who wants to unleash their imagination and creativity, Creata Car kits made from 100% recyclable cardboard..
With only two months to go until my daughter turns three (and I am required to host a birthday extravaganza) I am busy busy searching for..
Tis the time of year for cardboard to be mounting up like there’s no tomorrow and if you fancy putting it to good use and crafting..