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Sit and Destroy! Rip + Tatter Cardboard Chairs for Kids

 - by Tracy

Rip + Tatter cardboard chair for children durable furniture for kids

There are so many pieces of furniture children are not allowed touch, why not give them a piece of their own that they can literally beat the hell out of Cheap Jerseys free shipping?  This is exactly the concept behind Rip+Tatter, a pint sized cardboard chair that children can destroy at will. Durable and disposable, cardboard can take a preschool beating and come back for more. The Rip+Tatter chair by designer Pete Oyler is made from industrial cardboard, is non- toxic and best of all completely recyclable.

Cardboard furniture durable for children chairs

I’ve fully embraced Cardboard furniture for kids since first writing about Foldschool, the eclectic group that gives parents free instructions on how to create their own cardboard furniture for children. Designs include a stool, chair and even a rocker, all using recycled cardboard. Cardboard seems to be a popular material to make kid’s furniture from. Back in October 208, I featured the Eco-Crib, a cradle for newborns made of cardboard.

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Introducing the Eco Cradle, The Cardboard Crib!

 - by Tracy

Cradles are perfect for newborns, convenient for new parents to carry from room to room and small enough that an infant doesn’t get lost in his own bedding. But your child soon outgrows the convenience and suddenly that expensive cradle becomes a disposable piece of furniture. That’s why we love the the Eco Cradle by Green Lullaby. The cradle is made of recycled corrugated cardboard so it’s durable and because Green Lullaby only uses non toxic paints and adhesives, you can rest easy knowing your little one will not be breathing any harmful chemicals. It’s easy to assemble and folds flat for storage or travel. A great solution for traveling parents or babysitting grandparents. Once the cradle has outlived its purpose your older children can use it as a play crib for their own “children” or store it away for baby #2!

Fold School-Make Your Own Cardboard Kids Furniture!

 - by Tracy

 Tired of the high cost of design furniture Swiss Designer Nicola Enrico Stäubli designed a collection of sturdy folding furniture called “foldschool”. The cardboard furniture is made by you, using recycled cardboard and instructions available for download on the foldSchool website . Cardboard is a great material for kids furniture since it is lightweight, durable and easy to paint and decorate. The collection includes a stool, chair and rocker. If you would like to try your hand at cardboard furniture making, go to the foldschool website for complete instructions.

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