You know how it goes: buy a child the most expensive toy in the store and they are inevitably going to get the most joy out of the box it came in. My three year old could spend an entire afternoon with an assortment of boxes and be perfectly content. As anyone with a small child knows, a cold and rainy afternoon can become absolute nirvana with the right amount of empty boxes. However if you’re anything like me, your “drawing skills” are somewhat, shall we say, limited. My daughter can’t seem to look past the fact that the egg carton is, in fact, an egg carton. My black marker scribbles don’t help matters, either. Box Play for kids is THE answer for making your gifts this year do double duty. Rather than discard the empty boxes, the kitschy stickers from Box Play for kids turns the containers themselves into toys all their own. Created by a husband and wife team of designers who have specialized in package design, Box Play for kids creates a world where imagination and eco-consciousness skip hand in hand through the holidays. My personal favorite are the bowling pin stickers for paper towel rolls. Don’t feel you need to have kids to enjoy this either. Get one for yourself and find your recycling bin all of a sudden full of responsibility.