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Cardboard Oven and Washing Machine

Go Green: Eco–friendly stove

Crafted from cardboard, this tot entertainer is a literal toy box. The paper–made Nume Stove and Washing Machine ($38) is easy to assemble – no screwdrivers or batteries required. You won't hear me complaining! Adding to the simplicity, the clean white exterior practically begs kiddos to use their imagination as they can decorate it with crayons, markers, stickers or whatever their wee hearts desire.

And when the novelty wears off, the appliances just need a good collapsing and a toss in the recycle bin.

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LiLRuck44 LiLRuck44 8 years
Haha yea RIGHT. I'd never spend $38 on a cardboard box! I remember using a cinderblock for a stove when I was a child... and it served us kids perfectly.
TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
Are you serious?! $40 for A BOX! Just buy white cardboard, and draw some circles and cut out a square. My gosh some parents are uncreative and lazy!!
TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
Are you serious?! $40 for A BOX! Just buy white cardboard, and draw some circles and cut out a square. My gosh some parents are uncreative and lazy!!
Moms Moms 8 years
What a great idea!
Moms Moms 8 years
What a great idea!
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