of paper and things is a lovely blog that, as you can imagine, features ideas that are right up my alley. Friday's paper fix caught my eye... a cardboard astro rocket made by Chris Jessee's and Luis Rodrigalvarez's little company in Charlottesville, Virginia. Cardboard Safari sells laser cut figures via Etsy and a long list of shops around the world. Wall art and free standing animal or holiday designs (Halloween skulls, anyone?) are composed of recycled, non-toxic Georgia-Pacific cardboard that's cut by American-made lasers. Deer, bison, moose, and rhinos ride the trophy head design wave with tongues-in-cheek...Shipped flat, the slot-construction creations will keep the family occupied for a bit on Christmas morning. Once assembled, get your crafty on by adding camo paint, flocking, or glitter... just. go. wild.