Back of Customizable Cardboard Cot For Eco-Kids Where do the most eco-conscious children lay down to bed? In a Cardboard Album customizable cot ($300), of course. For families tight on space or looking for an equally pricey alternative to a toddler bed or crib, it's quite the conversation piece. Delivered in a flat box complete with materials to assemble, a safe mattress and wheels for mobility, the contraption is part DIY project and part mod design. Budding lil decorators can personalize the furniture with eco-friendly markers or paint. View 4 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Comments PinkNC 8 years Are they joking/ 300 bucks for that thing. No way would I ever pay it. I wouldn't give them $10 for it. JessieSP 8 years $300! I agree with Macgirl. It looks like a homeless baby crib. Man, please, get the heck out of here with that crazy mess. A person would have to be near insane to pay for that. runningesq 8 years I think I could probably make that ! MissSushi 8 years lol.. i think this is a clear case of someone with a simple idea laughing their way to the bank. Hell, selling one of these, probably pays for the next 100 slabs of cardboard lol Moms 8 years My favorite part is the wheels and of course, the price! Chouette4u 8 years I am going to make buntings out of paper grocery bags and sell them for $30 each. goldiecar 8 years Well... You could put a trash bag liner in it and have a $300 swimming pool... Vsugar 8 years macgirl - BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! macgirl 8 years It's like a really expensive homeless baby crib.