This Little Piggy’s House: Review and Giveaway

hypothesis The cardboard playhouse from This Little Piggy’s House will provide my daughters with hours of imaginative and creative play while being sturdy enough to last longer than the traditional cardboard box.


One Little Playhouse I, crayons and two very excited little girls ready to play!  About the This Little Piggy’s House:

Our children’s early years are an important time, passing with the blink of an eye. We believe that it is important for us, as parents, to nurture our children, and to help them learn by engaging in activities together.  We are committed to designing and producing environmentally-friendly product that encourage this interaction.

This Little Piggy’s House is an arts-and-crafts project that you can build together, and enjoy together, through hours of imaginative play.  For older children, this house provides a blank canvas to draw, color, and customize!”


Have you ever bought a ton of birthday gifts for your child only to find they were more interested in playing with the boxes?  I have definitely been there!  So why not let them play with the box?  This Little Piggy’s House is a well constructed cardboard box turned playhouse.  Requiring no glue or tape during assembly, the playhouse is the so detailed and just adorable.

Photobucket When the playhouse arrived, my girls could not wait to begin!  My husband put the house together in just 10 minutes while my daughters starting making decorating plans.  I was very impressed with the quality of materials, construction and overall design.  The playhouse has a front and back door, window, flower box and chimney which creates lots of room for imaginative play.

Photobucket Once the playhouse was assembled, my daughters started coloring the roof blue and the walls pink!  They spent at least an hour working together to design their new “home.”  After the colors were complete, the play began.  The house does not fit both kids at once, but they were great at taking turns on who lived in the house and who was the visitor.

Overall, we loved the Little Playhouse!  It was easy to assemble, sturdy and is still providing my kids with ample opportunity to play together in a creative way.


This Little Piggy’s House creates well designed, fun and detailed cardboard houses.  You can either choose to decorate it yourself or purchase a beautifully handpainted playhouse.  This online store also sells handmade clothes and paper products.


Would you child love to play in a cardboard playhouse?  This Little Piggy’s House as generously donated one Little Playhouse I (kraft/white) to a lucky reader (ARV $59.99)!!

How to enter:

1. Visit This Little Piggy’s House and tell me why your child would love to win this product!

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog and This Little Piggy’s House (10 extra entries).

2. Follow me (@BridgetteLA) on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway. Every time you tweet you get an additional entry! Unlimited! (You must have over 50 Twitter followers to qualify for unlimited entries!)

3. Subscribe to my blog.

4. Become a Fan of The Not-So-Blog on Facebook.

5. Place my blog button on your sidebar.

Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on October 7th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.

This review is the opinion of The Experimental Mommy. Other may have a different experience with the product. Thank you to This Little Piggy’s House for supplying the product for review.


  1. My daughter has a wonderful imagination and would be thrilled to win this house.


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    My son would LOVE this prize :)

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  10. My son would love to play with his cousins in this playhouse. How fun!

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  13. The doors open, how cute. My son would like it because he can go in and out of it like a real house. A cardboard box…and doors and windows…the best of everything for the little ones who love this kind of imaginative play.

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  18. My son would love this house because his imagination would run wild!

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  19. because it is easy to decorate

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  23. My daughter would love this because she can decorate it herself!

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  25. My kids love being creative so this would be perfect :)

  26. My daughter would have hours of fun with her dolls in the cute little playhouse.

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