Building blocks are not just made of wood. Cardboard or paper are also interesting options.
You can find them in very different places: books, posters, t-shirts or postcards… Here are a few of them.
Hocki klocki by odRzeczy
Here are cardboard building blocks for indoor and outdoor playtime. Made of recycled cardboard, Hocki encourages crafting: drawing, cut-outs and decorating.
Zoo by Flavia Ruotolo
This fabulous bestiary book is inspired by the fun children have stacking the different colours and shapes of building blocks. Each animal is identified on the left hand page in French, Italian, English, Spanish and German.
Japanese poster: Monogokoro. Chikako Oguma. 2010 via
Paper Building Blocks by Shirara
Let your imagination flow. Paint and draw as you like to create a unique paper building block.
T-shirts and postcards from Watiets.
The building blocks print is perfect for both boys or girls!
First photo via