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The Monster Factory soars with Science Museum

New Cardboard Rocket Playhouse created in company’s space-themed stationery range.

The Monster Factory has joined forces with the Science Museum to launch a new official licensed Cardboard Rocket Playhouse.

The new product sits alongside the company’s space-themed stationery range.

It is manufactured in the UK, made from 66% recycled materials and is 100% recyclable.

Children simply need to piece together the panels, pop out the perforated windows and decorate with views of stars, planets or anything they choose using pens or crayons.

“It’s been wonderful to complete this fantastic mission alongside the Science Museum,” said Hayley Grix, marketing director at The Monster Factory. “We love producing innovative, licensed gifts such as this that have the educational edge for both adults and kids alike and are really enthused for the launch.

“The possibilities are endless. We look forward to seeing this take off.”

Parents are being encouraged to use #RocketArt on social media platforms to share the finished rockets.

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