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February 09, 2021 2 min read

It's a wonderful thing to hear from our customers and how much their families enjoy Cardboard Magic Playhouses. It's an even more wonderful thing when that customer shares that appreciation on website for Mom's and Family. That is what happened on the website Motherly in their featured post from February 3rd.

21 Perfect Gifts for new siblings

Author Sara Goldstein noted:

"New sibling gifts can help ease their anxiety and get them excited for all the new changes. The best options are ones that feel personalized and special, make them feel involved or just play up the perks of being the big kid on the block."

Cardboard Magic was proud to be listed at #9 for our Rocket Ship Playhouse, where their reviewer noted:

"My 4 year old truly misses museums and indoor playgrounds, so any opportunity I have to try creative indoor family activities I'm all for it. Typically we repurpose old cardboard boxes and transform them into forts—they are great but the brown color doesn't allow for much designing. My son was amazed to decorate his own cardboard rocket ship from a white canvas. He was a bit intimidated at first, but when everyone worked together, the project was much more manageable. The best part was watching him pretend to fly into space, and of course, telling his little sister to keep her arms inside at all times."
-Deena Campbell, Motherly Senior Lifestyle Editor

This aligns perfectly with the vision of Cardboard Magic, families coming together to build and decorate their playhouses in unique ways. While we grew up using the plain brown box forts, our playhouses are meant to stimulate the creative side of children in imaginative play and the playhouses are big enough for multiple children to play in. All the while being eco-friendly and 100% recyclable.

Nick Brennan
Nick Brennan



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