How long is Rapunzel’s hair! let your child stack these whimsical counting cubes to find out. These sturdy cardboard cubes are ready for hours of discovery play. With adorable designs on all sides, your child will have tons of fun discovering what each picture holds while stacking and nesting each block. The completed tower measures 3′ tall, but can be cleared away and stored in the largest 5.5″ square cube in less than a minute. Parents will love the learning value packed into this simple toy– each block teaches a color and a number, teaches number sequence, and helps with dexterity and small motor skills. Haba is a German Company with a long history of deep commitment to high-quality design, safety and social & environmental responsibility. This item is designed in Germany and made with strict care in China. Our employees regularly visit and inspect our partner suppliers and hold them to the highest quality standards and working conditions. Prior to market placement, the safety of the materials, the engineering process, the mechanical endurance testing and the actual use of our products are all tested and documented by independent, third party testing institutes.
How long is Rapunzel’s hair! let your child stack these whimsical counting cubes to find out. These sturdy cardboard cubes are ready for hours of discovery play.
With adorable designs on all sides, your child will have tons of fun discovering what each picture holds while stacking and nesting each block. The completed tower measures 2.5′ tall, but can be cleared away and stored in the largest 5.5″ square cube in less than a minute.
Parents will love the learning value packed into this simple toy– each block teaches a color and a number, teaches number sequence, and helps with dexterity and small motor skills.
For over 72 years Haba has been committed to creating innovative, quality toys that foster creativity and development in all ages. All Haba toys are Constructed with BPA and Phthalate free materials.
Contains 10 nesting and stacking cardboard blocks with, number, color, and fairy tale illustrations. Largest cube measures 5.5″ on each side.
ALEX Toys Big Stack Cardboard Blocks is the perfect toy to build it BIG! Let your child build away with the 40 light-in-weight, yet sturdy blocks included in this set. You can even stand on them; they hold up to 120 pounds. The blocks are printed with different patterns on each side so you can design different looks. This block set includes 24 small (6in. x 3in. x 3in.), 8 medium (6in. x 6in. x3in.) and 8 large (3in. x 6in. x 12in.) cardboard blocks. Adult assembly is required to fold the cardboard into blocks. Recommended for children 3 years of age and older.
40 gigantic cardboard blocks
Holds up to 120 pounds, safe enough for most kids to stand on
Printed with different patterns on each side so you can design different looks
Includes 24 small, 8 medium and 8 large cardboard boxes
Cardboard Spaceship and Wootbwear Gallery are proud to present, Derailed 2 – Electric Boogaloo, a custom train show! This show will have custom All City Style trains painted by over 50 artists from all around! Participating artists include: Shane Jessup, Scribe, Jim Koch, Atomiko, tasteburns, east este, Hebru Brantley, Serf…
Our very good pal Reactor-88 will also be joining in on the SDCC fun with his custom Totem Wandering Misfits at the Cardboard Spaceship booth #5638. It looks like he has done some work on both of Brandt Peters and Kathie Olivas’ pieces for the big event! Be sure to…
Maybe it’s just me, but cardboard is starting to feel like the construction medium of this generation. Sure, people have been making boxy robot costumes out of cardboard for decades now, and they’re alright, but just look at some of the amazing stuff people have been making lately. A realistic hearth with cardboard flames? An enormous cardboard ghost ship? Both amazing in their own right, and even a more traditional, but very impressive Freedom Gundam. But what about robot armor that’s a lot more curved and form fitting?
Then comes Zhongkai Xiang, an artist so talented when it comes to cardboard he even got the attention of the Stan Winston School of Character Arts. The school first noticed his work last year and urged him to contact them when he come up with some new pieces. Boy did he ever. A year later he did a lot of smaller (and very, very cool) things (watch the video above to see them), but the real centerpiece was a life size and wearable version of the Iron Man armor in the movie style. No corners were cut to make every tiny detail out of cardboard. This is easily the most impressive cardboard bot/armor/whatever I’ve ever seen. If you’ve seen something better I’d like to see it.
The school was also majorly impressed with his work, and you can hear their reactions in the video above. Have to say, I never really thought of cardboard as the ideal material for most of the things people make out of it, but that just makes me grateful that there are people out there more creative than I am. You can check out the gallery to see more of his work.
The Mono Bloxx set includes 40 of the biggest blocks and none of the small filler ones you see from other sets. They will provide hours of safe and educational play. Stack them up and knock them down! Create designs faster and larger using these USA made BLOXX. 40 12x6x3 blocks are included in this set. Adult assembly and supervision required.
Largest set available on Amazon of 12″ x 6″ x 3 ” blocks
They’re here…! After debuting in unpainted white editions at SDCC 2014, Cardboard Spaceship’s Wandering Misfits minis from Kathie Olivas and Brandt Peters will be available in a special pre-release today (1.22) at Noon PDT. Cases of 16 figures plus a bonus signed exclusive can be yours for $192 (+ s/h)…