Category Archives: Box Play for Kids

Earth Day Love from Today’s Parent Magazine

We are thrilled to be featured in Today’s Parent magazine – Canada’s national parenting magazine. In honor of Earth Day, they highlighted our Buildings, Fire Truck and Pink House eco-friendly kids stickers to create a “green” cityscape. WHAT WE LOVE…Today’s Parent.

Todays Parent April 2013

Grow some fun. (No dirt required.)

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Earth Day is right around the corner and what better way to honor the planet than by recycling paper into a colorful vegetable garden? All kids love crafts (even if they aren’t too big on veggies). Try this out with your little one, and who knows, you may soon have a budding vegetable lover on your hands.

BPFK Earth Day Garden Supplies

Supplies: egg carton, colorful construction paper, scissors and glue

Step 1: Decide which kind of vegetables will grow in your garden. Make sure it’s nice and colorful and full of veggies mama loves to eat!

Step 2: Cut shapes that resemble your chosen vegetables

Step 3: Assemble and visually place the vegetables. Once you like the arrangement, glue down all the pieces.


Enjoy! (But resist the urge to eat.)

Paper garden created by local paper artist (and friend) Catie Raya.


It’s Time to Kick Start Year Two

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We launched our Kickstarter project April 8 and ends May 8, 2013. Our fundraising goal of $12,000 will go toward printing and fulfillment of new sticker designs, trade show fees, part-time sales support staff and implementing a new PR and online marketing plan. Today, we are 20% funded. Yay! Thanks to all who have pledged so far!!!

How Kickstarter works? Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects. Every project creator sets their project’s funding goal and deadline. If people like the project, they can pledge money to make it happen (and receive rewards). If the project succeeds in reaching its funding goal, all backers’ credit cards are charged when time expires. If the project falls short, no one is charged. Funding on Kickstarter is ALL-OR-NOTHING.

Want to pledge and support us? Check out our project here.

Box Play for Kids: Video in the Making | brand videoIt’s finally happening. Our very first video for Box Play for Kids. I guess it’s better late than never as the saying goes. Thanks to the talented duo – Gabriel Naylor and Red Epic – we have a short but sweet video that showcases how our ecofriendly kids stickers repurpose old boxes, cartons and tubes into fun, simple toys. Warning: adorable sound track will get stuck in your head.

Box Play For Kids Ecofriendly Stickers Video

Box Play for Kids is “InStyle”

Box Play for Kids is “Instant Fun from Stuff You’d Toss” according to InStyle Magazine. Honored to be a part of this trendy magazine’s Best of the Web List 2012. Thanks for giving us a little more style!

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Box Play for Kids included in InStyle Magazine Best of The Web 2012

Super, super excited to be included in the November issue of InStyle Magazine. “Instant Fun from Stuff You’d Toss”…couldn’t have said it better.

Congratulations to Pink Chicken, Pomme NYC, Modern Nursery, Romp, Built by Kids and Zara who were also included. I think I MUST HAVE the adorable harper skirt from Pink Chicken for my little peanut.

Don’t forget to take advantage of the great read perks! Good through November 16, 2012.

October “Imaginative Play” Stork Stack and Giveaway

This month we’ve partnered up with Stork Stack and seven other companies – KIND Healthy Snacks, StarRM, Green Toys, Harmonica Pocket and North American Bear Co. for an October “Imaginative Play” Stack as well as a “Giveaway of the Month” which features great prizes. You could be one of eight lucky winners! Enter by midnight on Thursday, October 18th. Find details here.

Box Play Featured on “Cool Mom Picks”

We’re excited to share that the picky moms on the Cool Mom Picks blog love our Box Play for Kids eco-friendly stickers. These cool moms are all about promoting responsible consumerism and helping parents find the best kid stuff around. Check out their feature here.