Chew toy for small pets also make sure that it is stable and that they don't fall off

Chew toy for small pets also make sure that it is stable and that they don't fall off

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Cardboard Castle

Simple hay holder for your guinea pigs, rabbits or other small pets! Just simply put two holes in a toilet roll tube, poke string through, tie to hutch or run and put hay in it! My guinea pigs love theirs!!

Simple hay holder for your guinea pigs, rabbits or other small pets! Just simply put two holes in a toilet roll tube, poke string through, tie to hutch or run and put hay in it! My guinea pigs love theirs!!

rabbit house ideas | They are very simple to make, you need an even number of cardboard ...

rabbit house ideas | They are very simple to make, you need an even number of cardboard ...

Rabbit teepee Guinea Pig bed Kitten tent with pillow - geometric pattern - black & white - scandinavian design

Rabbit teepee Guinea Pig bed Kitten tent with pillow - geometric pattern - black & white - scandinavian design

Rabbit teepee Guinea Pig bed Kitten tent with pillow - geometric pattern - black & white - scandinavian design Daisy: What a great idea to make!

This is amazing! I think it's made out of cardboard boxes with the tubes glued on top, but I love it.

This is amazing! I think it's made out of cardboard boxes with the tubes glued on top, but I love it.

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18 Cheap And Cute DIY Ways To Wrap All Of Your Gifts

The Three Little Pigs Story comes to life through life size props and puppets. After reading the Three Little Pigs Book by Nick Sharratt and Stephen Tucker, we turned a cardboard box into the house of straw, sticks and bricks. Stuck red paper to tissue boxes for the bricks, Yellow paper and hay for the straw and rolled up brown paper for the sticks. I bought puppets from Ebay and we made little wooden houses for a table activity. Now the children can explore the world of the 'Three Little Pi

The Three Little Pigs Story comes to life through life size props and puppets. After reading the Three Little Pigs Book by Nick Sharratt and Stephen Tucker, we turned a cardboard box into the house of straw, sticks and bricks. Stuck red paper to tissue boxes for the bricks, Yellow paper and hay for the straw and rolled up brown paper for the sticks. I bought puppets from Ebay and we made little wooden houses for a table activity. Now the children can explore the world of the 'Three Little Pi

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