Monday, January 25, 2010

This Little Piggy's House Amazing Cardboard Playhouses {Review & Giveaway}

{This giveaway is now closed. Thanks to those who entered!}

If there is an age that children reach when they stop being overly amazed by cardboard boxes, my girls haven't gotten there yet. Every time that a new box appears in our house, they have to fully examine it, push it around, climb inside and attempt to come up with new ways to play with it.

However, the excitement is always fairly short-lived. After a little while of playing, the cardboard has gotten bent or torn, someone complains that someone else is taking up all the room (it's not like we're getting refrigerators delivered here or anything, the boxes aren't that big) and, with the creativity disappearing, the box goes back to being just a box.

The lack of excitement radiates from this picture.
Look at us. In a box. Whoop-de-doo.

But what happens when architects, digital artists and graphic designers look at kids playing in a cardboard box? They take their skills and ingenuity and make the most original, detailed and cutest cardboard playhouses that have ever been created and form This Little Piggy's House. And then, fortunately, they decide to share their handiwork with the rest of the world so that all children can have the chance to enjoy an environmentally-friendly place of their own that will delight and entertain them for years to come.


Available in kraft, white or beautifully hand-painted, This Little Piggy's House Cardboard Playhouses combine all the features that form a perfect toy. Made from recycled 275 pound corrugated cardboard, the playhouses themselves are also 100% recyclable, meaning that after your child has outgrown all possible uses (playing in the house themselves, using it as a stuffed animal house or as storage, etc) this house will never end up in a landfill.

As well as being incredibly eco-friendly, a playhouse from This Little Piggy's House isn't just a cardboard box with a few holes cut in it. Cute, stylish, contemporary - these are houses that not only delight children, but amaze adults with their intricate details and unique design. How many cardboard playhouses have you seen that have mailboxes, chimneys or RAFTERS? I sure can't list a single one.

Any attempt I previously had at converting anything cardboard into something interesting was significantly shown-up when this house arrived for my girls. It was only minutes from the time I opened the long, flat box to when it was clear that this house was going to be special.

I appreciated the illustrated step-by-step directions (there is also an assembly video available online) but I found that it was fairly intuitive as to which pieces went where as Big Sister E and I watched a house come together before our eyes without using a single tool. It's not often that a 3-year-old gets to be an architect, so she was pretty excited to be able to help.

As I can't escape my need to pretend that I'm a creative and/or artistic person, I took our playhouse one step further during Little Sister B's nap time and (with Big Sister E's explicit instructions that it must look "like a house! Like a HOUSE!" and her help with some painting) decorated it a little...

Plus they can still color all they want on the inside as well. Bonus!

Both girls love their special house. They play in it together (having a door at each end is a definite lifesaver) and they play in it separately, maybe bringing in a small stack of books to read in peace. Little Sister B is slightly too rough on the doors and often has to be reminded to not bend them while she is going in and out, but that hasn't affected the use at all. And, even though glue isn't really necessary, between the climbing in and out and the all the playing, I could see how a few drops here and there would help hold things together.

This Little Piggy's House playhouses really are an ongoing arts-and-crafts project for children (and adults like me) of all ages. What a great way to engage in an activity together that will stimulate a child's imagination and creativity... and result in something that provides hours of fun, both loud and boisterous or quiet and calm at the same time.

As well as their amazing playhouses, This Little Piggy's House also carries beautifully constructed paper goods and gorgeous little dresses. Everything on the site is fully designed and made in America and, to top it off, This Little Piggy's House believes that no child should go hungry and donates 5% of all of their profits to organizations that feed hungry children around the world. What a great sign of commitment and caring from an original company that strives to help us encourage our children and be environmentally-friendly at the same time.

What else is left to ask for? An amazing Little Playhouse of your own? Well, thanks to the generosity of This Little Piggy's House...

One lucky person will win their own Little Playhouse from This Little Piggy's House (in kraft or white)! ARV $59.99!


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Giveaway will end on February 18th at 11:59pm CST. The winner will be chosen by random.org and announced here as well as emailed. The winner will have 48 hours to contact me or respond to notification or a new winner will be chosen. Giveaway open to continental U.S. residents only.

A huge thank you to Waibun at This Little Piggy's House for providing an amazing little playhouse for me to review as well as a kraft or white playhouse for one lucky giveaway winner. Endless creative fun that won't ever go in a landfill - we love it! The opinions shared are my own and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.

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Stacie said...

I didn't know that they carried dresses at This Little Piggy's House the Easter Bloom dress is gorgeous.

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My kids love to make forts out of whatever they can. Often times I find my furniture rearranged just so they can make them perfect and of course they use sheets and blankets to make them.

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I also love their pretty little dress, All the Birds.

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Love the butterfly design playhouse and the Eastern Bloom lil girls dress!

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When my daughter was little we purchased a big bird from Sesame Street indoor playhouse for her...she loved it and played for hours inside it at a time. Now that I am helping her raise our grand daughter...would love a little play house for her.

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I also love their All the Birds Dress. So cute! I wish they made them in adult sizes as well ;)
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I had a wonderful playhouse when I was little. I remember we used to set up a beauty shop in it, and my sister painted my nails. Unfortunately, as we lived in CA at the time and it was set back in a wooded area, it was frequently infested with spiders. Yuck!
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I made a playhouse at the babysitter's house out of a washer box. We cut the door and windows, then drew all over it with markers. It was a sad day when it finally fell apart. Right now my son plays in his little sister's carseat box. This house would be "moving on up" for them.
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McKim said...

I like the Animal Tracks ABC Flash Cards.

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Lilith Silvermane said...

I love the story about the three little piggies building a house down the street, and how the baby piggie got his own house out of cardboard.

peg42 said...

These are so adorable. I learned that these are 100% recyclable, which reduces landfill waste.
Thanks so much.

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As a child, we would use blankets put over furniture to make playhouses. We also do this for our kids. Thanks so much.

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my sisters and i usually made a fort out of chairs and blankets!
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Right now my little boy's fort is plumbing pipe put together with a sheet over it. Hey, it does the trick~
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I like the Little Playhouse II - Butterfly design!

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I also like the animal tracks game

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Katrina said...

I freakin loved making forts out of sheets conected to my sofa when I was a kid....I just loved it. It makes me all nostalgic just thinking about my brother and I playing.

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I like the Simply Sewn Eastern Bird Dress.

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my daughter and i make forts out of sheets and pillows all the time... unfortunately she always wrecks them by trying to climb on top! heatheranya at hotmail dot com

Quirky Mama said...

I love the all the birds dress, so cute and unique!

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My kids love to have me make 'kitty' and 'doggy' houses by draping small blankets from the couch to the ottoman. I can't believe how many times they can crawl in and out of those things! It is a surefire game when I'm out of new ideas.

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Snowflake07 said...

I learned their products are made in California and their clothing line is handmade. I just adore these little houses. I also like their dresses; my favorite is the "All The Birds" dress.

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I definitely enjoyed making the sheet/blanket forts as a child. I would drive my Mom crazy dragging all the table chairs into the living room and then figuring out how to drape the blankets over to get them to stay. Our dog would always tear it down (or my Dad would come home and make me disassemble it so he could see the tv). My daughter is already trying to crawl into boxes, so I know she would enjoy a playhouse.

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I like the Animal Tracks - Let's Make a Match. Thanks!

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I like the animal Tracks Game

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We had a teepee when I was a kid. It was a blast.

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Kathleen W. said...

That is so cool! I have aspirations of making something like that one day, but then again, I never seem to find time.

I love This Little Piggy's Animal Tracks flashcards. What a clever idea.

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I would also like to have the Animal Tracks ABC Flash Cards
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My Dad is a carpenter so I had an awesome playhouse. He built it at work and brought it in on a flatbed truck. I will never forget seeing it come into our yard. Pure joy, let me tell you. It had cabinets, a hutch, and working windows. My parents use it as storage now, but I practically lived in there as a child.
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The Animal Tracks Game also looks cute!
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I learned they sell dresses too and they're made in America :)

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Christina Hidek said...

I like that this is a Californian company. I wish I had a girl- the Eastern Bloom dress is adorable!

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Anonymous said...

I also like the Animal Tracks ABC Flash Cards. My preschool kids *loved* to make tracks in the playground of dinosaurs, bears, you name it. There were so many games we played! Now that I have kids, I'm thinking this could be fun to play with them too. The ABC cards reinforce and ties in the alphabet.

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LOVE the Eastern Bloom Shirt!
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This is the best toy ever! They even make dresses. The "All the Birds" is my favorite, thanks!
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We are big into making tents out of every blanket we own. When I was little my neighbor had a "real" playhouse that we spent countless hours pretending in, thanks!
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My kids would like the Animal Tracks game. Nice that the cards are laminated for kids. My kids are outdoor lovers and we live by a marsh, so they actually would really get into the pics on the cards and matching up the tracks. thanks much!

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My kids like to blow up the air mattress and instead of sleeping ON it, they make a fort with chairs facing out, put the mattress on TOP of the chair back tops, and put blankets all around. Seriously, they have it so closed and cozy I have had to come in at night and remove blankets so they have enough OXYGEN!! SO fun...I remember the same and often crawl in with my youngest to snuggle and peek out to watch TV.

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sweetsue said...

I am crazy about the All the Birds Dress-it is so pretty and unusual looking!
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