Hamjin Ball Shaker Charm

15 Cutest Gifts for Hamster Lovers & Owners

Hamsters are some of the smallest and cutest pets around. It’s no surprise that many hamster owners are absolutely obsessed with these adorable balls of fur. So the best gifts for hamster owners are these fun and creative hamster-themed gifts. Check them out to give to the hamster lover in your life for Christmas or birthdays.

1. Hamster Necklace

Hamster Charm Necklace Gift Idea

This stainless steel pendant necklace features a cute hamster charm. The hamster details are cut out so you can see the background through the charm. This makes a sweet gift to give for birthdays or Valentine’s Day.

2. Hamster Wishes Mug

Hamster Wishes Mug

This cute mug is the perfect gift for the coffee fanatic hamster lover in your life. The art by Rhonda Lulu Art features an adorable hamster looking at a dandelion gone to seed. This 15 oz mug is dishwasher and microwave safe. Include some of your loved one’s favorite coffee or tea to make a gift bag they’ll really appreciate.

3. Hamster Socks

Many people groan at getting socks as a gift, but any hamster owner will be delighted by this pair! These light blue socks feature adorable illustrations of a variety of hamsters. These unisex socks are great for guys and gals.

4. Warning! Hamster Sign

Warning! Hamster Sign

This funny hamster gift will delight any owner. The sign says “Warning this property is protected by a highly trained hamster not responsible for injury or possible death.” It’s available in regular, distressed wood, and aged metal designs on a 12″ x 8″ aluminum sign.

5. Hamster Wireless Mouse

This adorable gift is perfect for students and makes a unique stocking stuffer. Homework is suddenly fun with this hamster shaped wireless mouse. Easily connect to any computer with the included USB wireless receiver. Available in pink, blue, gray, and purple.

6. Hamster Zipper Pouch

Hamster Zipper Pouch

Another great gift for students, this zipper pouch has a cute illustration of a whole hamster family. Available in two sizes: small (8.66″ long by 4.72″ high) and large (12.6″ long by 7.28″ high). Perfect for pens and pencils or holding make-up.

7. Hamster Enamel Pin

Hamster Enamel Pin Gift for Hamster Lovers

This original design by Pistachii features a super cute hamster known as Sir Ham. His cheek pouches are filled with tasty snacks. Perfectly sized to give as a stocking stuffer, this 1″ enamel pin is great to pin on a bag or jacket.

7. Hamster Plushie

Any hamster lover needs a huge hamster that they can cuddle, and this plushie is perfect. A kawaii-style stuffed hamster, it’s 24 inched long. Perfectly to curl up with in bed or on the couch.

8. Hamster Infinity Scarf

Hamster Infinity Scarf

This hamster gift is fun and practical! This chiffon infinity scarf features a pattern of cute hamster pictures. Cozy for cool weather, it’s perfect for day-to-day wear or adding fun to a formal outfit.

8. Hamjin Ball Shaker Charm

Hamjin Ball Shaker Charm

This cute hammie gift is something you can’t find in stores. Cherry Pug Pie makes items featuring the adorable character Hamjin. This one is a hamster ball with a little Hamjin inside. Shake it and he bounces around inside. Perfect to clip onto a backpack or keychain.

9. PAWS Funny Hamster T-Shirt

This cute t-shirt is a funny parody of the classic JAWS movie poster, but in this case it’s PAWS, featuring an adorable hamster lurking under the water. Available in men, women, and youth sizes in five colors.

10. Talking Hamster Toy

This toy is targeted at kids, but I think some hamster-obsessed adults will appreciate it too. This cute little toy is more than a stuffie, it actually talks, repeating anything you say. Parents will appreciate the on/off switch for when they need some quiet. Powered by three AAA batteries. Available in brown and gray.

11. Hamster Cookie Cutter

Hamster Cookie Cutter

If the hamster lover in your life also loves baking, this is the perfect present for them! This unique cookie cutter features a chubby little hammie eating a cookie of his own. Approximately 4.3 inches by 3.7 inches in size.

12. Kawaii Hamster Stickers

Kawaii Hamster Stickers

Sticky Stationery Shop has designed these adorable “kawaii” style hamster stickers. You get a pack of 10 random stickers, perfect for tucking inside a greeting card or as a stocking stuffer. Decorate a laptop, car, or even your hamster’s tank.

13. Hamster Stud Earrings

Hamster Stud Earrings Gift Ideas for Hamster Owners

This is a unique jewelry piece that will make any hamster owner squeal with delight! Obsessories LA makes these cute little hamster earrings, each stud featuring a photo of a hamster.

14. Hamster Onesie

Take pajamas to the next level with this cozy onesie! Now the hamster-obsessed can dress up as their favorite animal. Warm and comfy, it features a hood with a hamster’s face and ears. This also makes a great lazy Halloween costume.

15. I Like the Way You Roll Hamster Magnet

I Like the Way You Roll Hamster Magnet

This cute item is available as a fridge magnet, pinback button, or a pocket mirror. It says “I like the way you roll!” and features a hamster in their ball. This funny item is a perfect stocking stuffer for hamster owners.

Are you a new hamster owner? Check out names for pet hamsters and safe wood for hamsters.

Need more gift ideas? Check out our other articles on gifts for animal lovers and exotic pet owners.

Hamster Names for Male & Female Hamsters

250+ Hamster Names for Male & Female Hamsters

Hamster Names for Male & Female Hamsters
So you have a new pet hamster. There’s lots of fun in your future as you get to know your new pet, but first, after you buy all the necessary supplies, you need to name your new pet. If you’re feeling stumped, we have a huge list of hamster names for male or female hamsters. We even have a list of unisex hamster names if you don’t know whether your pet is a boy or girl. Whether you want funny names, cute names, or regular names, these name ideas are perfect for all types of pet hamsters. Consider our names if you want names for dwarf hamsters, golden hamsters, Chinese hamsters, striped hamsters, and other pet breeds.

If you need some extra help picking out the perfect name, check out our brainstorming tips at the end of the article.

The Best Hamster Names List

250+ Hamster Names for Male & Female Hamsters

Male Hamster Names

These names are perfect for boy hamsters of any breed.

  • Ace
  • Alex
  • Alvin
  • Bacon
  • Bart
  • Bear
  • Ben
  • Bert
  • Bob
  • Bozo
  • Buddy
  • Buster
  • Buzz
  • Charlie
  • Chip
  • Dale
  • Dale
  • Danny
  • Destroyer
  • Devil
  • Digger
  • Dude
  • Duncan
  • Dusty
  • Echo
  • Einstein
  • Elvis
  • Ernie
  • Flounder
  • George
  • Gizmo
  • Graham
  • Gremlin
  • Harry
  • Harvey
  • Holmes
  • Iggy
  • Jack
  • Jasper
  • Jim
  • Joey
  • Jupiter
  • Justin
  • Laser
  • Leo
  • Lex
  • Louie
  • Lucas
  • Mario
  • Mark
  • Meatloaf
  • Mojo
  • Monty
  • Murphy
  • Nick
  • Oatis
  • Oscar
  • Pete
  • Pip
  • Plato
  • Ralph
  • Rascal
  • Riddles
  • Rocko
  • Rocky
  • Rodney
  • Rudolph
  • Sam
  • Scrappy
  • Scruffy
  • Shakespeare
  • Shredder
  • Simon
  • Simon
  • Sparky
  • Spazz
  • Speedy
  • Spike
  • Tad
  • Tango
  • Tarzan
  • Tater Tot
  • Teddy
  • Theodore
  • Thomas
  • Thor
  • Toby
  • Todd
  • Tony
  • Trevor
  • Vandit
  • Victor
  • Waldo
  • Walker
  • Wally
  • Watson
  • Winston
  • Wizard
  • Woody
  • Wyatt
  • Yoda
  • Yogi
  • Zack
  • Zebra
  • Zip/Zippy

Female Hamster Names

Check out these feminine hamster names perfect for girls.

  • Amber
  • Amelia
  • Angel
  • Annie
  • Astro
  • Athena
  • Autumun
  • Baby
  • Basil
  • Blossom
  • Bonnie
  • Bubbles
  • Buttercup
  • Buttons
  • Candy
  • Cherry
  • Cookie
  • Crystal
  • Cupcake
  • Dawn
  • Dixie
  • Dolly
  • Dot
  • Dream
  • Ebony
  • Emily
  • Emma
  • Erica
  • Gabby
  • Gem
  • Gidget
  • Harley
  • Holly
  • Honey
  • Jade
  • Jane
  • Jewel
  • Josie
  • Joy
  • Judy
  • Katie
  • Keiko
  • Kelly
  • Kiwi
  • Liberty
  • Lilly
  • Lisa
  • Lolita
  • Luna
  • Maise
  • Mandy
  • Mary
  • Minnie
  • Missy
  • Misty
  • Muffin
  • Pansy
  • Peaches
  • Pearl
  • Penelope
  • Petunia
  • Pinky
  • Precious
  • Princess
  • Rachel
  • Rose
  • Rosie
  • Roxie
  • Ruby
  • Sable
  • Sasha
  • Sassy
  • Sophie
  • Stacy
  • Star
  • Strawberry
  • Sugar
  • Summer
  • Sunshine
  • Sweetpea
  • Tabitha
  • Teacup
  • Tequila
  • Tess
  • Topaz
  • Trinket
  • Trixie
  • Twinkles
  • Ursula
  • Vanilla
  • Victoria
  • Violet
  • Winnie
  • Xena
  • Zelda
  • Zola
Gifts for Hamster Owners

Unisex Hamster Names

These names are perfect for boy or girl hamsters or if you don’t know your hamster’s sex yet.

  • Apple
  • Babble
  • Biscuit
  • Brownie
  • Butterscotch
  • Caramel
  • Chitter
  • Chomper
  • Cinnamon
  • Clover
  • Comet
  • Cotton
  • Crunch
  • Curly
  • Dazzle
  • Dot
  • Dumpling
  • Flame
  • Flash
  • Flower
  • Fluffball
  • Freckles
  • Fudge
  • Hammie/Hammy
  • Java
  • Jazz
  • Lucky
  • Macaroni
  • Madison
  • Magic
  • Milky
  • Mouse
  • Nacho
  • Nibbles
  • Nosey
  • Nova
  • Nugget
  • Nutmeg
  • Oreo
  • Paprika
  • Patches
  • Peanut
  • Pepper
  • Pickles
  • Pouches
  • Pudgie
  • Puff
  • Punky
  • Shadow
  • Silver
  • Skittles
  • Sleepy
  • Slinky
  • Smokey
  • Snowy
  • Snuffles
  • Snuggles
  • Sprout
  • Squeaky
  • Squirt
  • Squish
  • Truffles
  • Twitches
  • Waffles
  • Wave
  • Whiskers
  • Wiggles
  • Willow

How to Pick the Perfect Hamster Names

Sometimes coming up with a name for a new pet can be kind of tricky. If none of the names on our list are inspiring you, you can try these brainstorming activities to come up with the best name for your pet hamster. Grab a piece of paper and pencil to write down all your brilliant ideas.

If you can, spend some time with your new hamster. Observe them and get to know their personality. If they’re energetic you might write down names like “Speedy” or “Flash.” There might be something about their appearance that inspires a name. A hamster with a golden or orange coat might remind you of “Pooh Bear.” A brown hamster could be “Chocolate” or “Cinnamon.”

If that doesn’t inspire any names, start brainstorming names based on your favorite things. Think about books, movies, TV shows, or video games you love and write down names of the characters from them.

Use nature as an inspiration. Think of weather words like “Storm,” “Rain,” or “Snow.” Are there plants or flowers you like, “Violet” or “Rose” maybe?

Write down any other names that catch your attention, no matter how silly they may seem.

Now that you have your list, start crossing out names. Continue this until you get down to one name. If you’re really struggling to cut down your list, bring in friends or family to help you or vote on the perfect name.

Congrats! Now you have a name for your pet hamster.

Celebrate your new pet with these cute hamster gifts.

Cardboard Pellet & Treat Ball

DIY Toilet Paper Roll Toys for Small Pets

DIY Toilet Paper Roll Toys for Small PetsIf you’re feeling stumped over finding new interesting and fun toys for your exotic pet or annoyed at the price tag for toys sold in the pet store that are destroyed in a matter of days (or hours), we’ve got a solution for you. I bet you’ve got a bunch of these cardboard rolls in your house, right? They easily pile up from all of the toilet paper and paper towels an average family goes through. And we just think of them as trash (or recycling) and we toss them away without another thought. Well, soon you’re going to think of them as inexpensive toy parts that are going to greats chews and shredders your pet will absolutely love. These DIY toilet paper roll toys are ingenious.

These toys can be made from paper towel or toilet paper rolls. They are cheap and easy to make since the cardboard tubes are basically free and you can usually assemble them with materials around the house and a few pet-safe treats and foods.

The toilet paper roll toys on this page are generally safe for rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, hamsters, and gerbils. Note: Before you make these toys and give them to your pet, make sure it is safe to give your exotic pet cardboard and that any other materials you use are safe for your pet. You can use our section on safe wood and materials for exotic pets as a guide. What may be safe for one type of pet could be toxic and deadly for another.

Easy DIY Toys for Small Pets - Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas

DIY Toilet Paper Roll Toys

Hanging Twirly

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Twine or String (safe for your pet)
  • Optional: Pen or Pencil

This is one of the most basic hanging toys you can make small pets as it only requires a card board tube, string, and scissors. Children can even make this easy toy. This toy is appropriate for any small pet that can safely consume small amounts of cardboard.

Hanging Twirly DIY Toy
Step 1 (optional): Using a pen or pencil draw a spiral design on the outside of the tube. There should be about 1-2 inches of space between the line.

Hanging Twirly DIY Toy
Step 2: Cut along the line until you’ve cut through the entire tube.

Hanging Twirly DIY Toy
Step 3: Punch a hole in one end of the tube and tie the string through it. Hang in your pet’s cage.

Cardboard Hay Tube

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Hay
  • Optional: Scissors or another sharp tool
  • Optional: Twine or String (safe for your pet)

This works well as a hanging tube inside the cage or a tossing toy in your pet’s playpen. It’s a favorite cardboard toy for guinea pigs and rabbits. This is also the easiest to make of all the toilet paper roll toys on this page. If you are planning on using it as a tossing toy you can skip the first three steps.

DIY Cardboard Hay Tube
Step 1: Using your scissors or sharp tool, cut a hole in the middle of your tube big enough to pull your string through.

Cardboard Hay Tube
Step 2: Tie a thick knot at one end of your twine/string. We triple knotted it to get the desired thickness.

Cardboard Hay Tube
Step 3: Pull the string through from the inside until the knot is flush against the inside of the tube.

Cardboard Hay Tube
Step 4: Fill the tube with hay and hang in their cage or place in their play area.
Bonus: You can put a few pellets or treats inside to make it extra enticing, or even add twigs and chews made of safe wood.

Fancy Hay Feeder Tube

Supplies Needed:

  • Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Hay
  • Scissors or another sharp tool
  • Twine or String (safe for your pet)

This is a great option for a free and creative way to feed your pet hay in their cage or play area. Creating several holes for them to eat hay out of helps stimulate them and make food time more interesting to bust boredom.

DIY Fancy Hay Feeder Tube
Step 1: Using the scissors, cut diamond shapes by making a triangle shaped snip. Each cut should be about half an inch. You will have to flatten the tube slightly to do this. Continue in an alternating pattern along the length of the tube.

DIY Fancy Hay Feeder Tube
Step 2: On one end of the tube, poke 2 holes, each on opposite sides. The string will go through them to create a hanging loop.

DIY Fancy Hay Feeder Tube
Step 3: Fill the tube with hay

Step 4: Use string or twine to create a hanging loop through your holes. Hang in your pet’s cage or playpen.


Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Hay
  • Optional: String/Twine (safe for you pet)

This works great as a floor toy, especially for rabbits who like to grab the edges and throw them around. You can also make it as a hanging toy by following steps 1-3 on the previous project before you put the hay in.

Firecracker Toilet Paper Roll Toy
Step 1: With your scissors cut notches of varying thickness on each end of the tube. If you’re using a toilet paper roll, your notches should be about 1/2 – 1″ long. If you’re using a paper towel roll you can make them longer.

Firecracker Toilet Paper Roll Toy
Step 2: Bend the flaps to different degrees to create varied edges.

Firecracker Toilet Paper Roll Toy
Step 3: Fill the roll with hay. Place in their play area or cage.
Bonus: You can add a few pellets or treats inside to make it extra enticing or even stick in a few twigs made of safe wood.

Cardboard Pellet and Treat Ball

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Pellets or Treats

This is a great floor toy that helps stimulate your pet by giving them a goal and something to destroy to get to the treats or food inside. It’s also super easy to make as you need one toilet paper tube to make one ball.

Cardboard Pellet & Treat Ball
Step 1: Cut the roll into ~1/2 strips. You should end up with six or seven “hoops”

Cardboard Pellet & Treat Ball
Step 2: Take a hoop and slide it inside one of the other hoops. Do this with 3 or 4 hoops until you have the basic shape of a ball.

Cardboard Pellet & Treat Ball
Step 3: Add a tasty treat or pellets to the inside of the ball. Complete the shape of the ball by adding the rest of the hoops and give it to your pet.

Easy Shredder Tube

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Hay
  • Pellets
  • Optional: Treats

This is a quick and easy floor toy to make for your rabbit, chinchilla, or guinea pig that doesn’t even require scissors. This is a great option if you’re looking for a craft to do with young children.

Easy Shredder Tube
Step 1: Stand the toilet paper tube up and push the edge until it folds inward.

Easy Shredder Tube
Step 2: Rotate the tube and press in the other side until it creates a closed edge.

Easy Shredder Tube
Step 3: Fill the open end with hay, pellets, or treats of your choosing. Make sure it all fits inside with enough room to close the other end.

Easy Shredder Tube
Step 4: Repeat steps 1 & 2 to close the other end. Give it to your pet and watch the fun ensue.

Ultimate Shredder Tube

Supplies Needed:

  • 4 Toilet Paper Tubes, clean of adhesive
  • Pellets or Treats

This shredder doesn’t require any scissors or cutting and makes a great floor toy for small pets.

DIY Ultimate Shredder Tube
Step 1: Take 3 of the tubes and flatten them lengthwise. Then fold or roll them into thirds.

DIY Ultimate Shredder Tube
Step 2: Insert the rolled tubes into the other tubes.

DIY Ultimate Shredder Tube
Step 3: Push treats and/or pellets into the folds. Give it to your pet and watch them destroy it!

Stick Roll

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Sticks or Twigs (find a safe wood for your pet)
  • Scissors or other sharp item for making holes
  • Optional: hay

This is a great floor toy, especially for rabbits and guinea pigs. The twigs give them lots of surfaces to pick up and toss the whole toy, and to chew on.

Stick Roll
Step 1: Take your scissors and poke holes at varying points on all sides of the tube. Keep in mind that they need to be large enough to slide the sticks into and also align enough that you can stick one twig through 2 holes.

Stick Roll
Step 2: Insert the sticks into the holes. You can also add sticks that protrude out of the top and the bottom of the toilet paper roll.

You can then place the toy in your pet’s cage or play area. Make it extra enticing by adding hay or pellets inside.

Still feeling crafty? Learn how to make a DIY cardboard maze for your exotic pet.

Degu Safe Wood

Safe Wood for Hamsters to Chew

Safe Wood for HamstersHamsters like to chew, chew, chew. Because they are a rodent, their teeth are ever growing. To help keep them healthy and happy, hamsters need plenty of toys to chew on and keep their teeth ground down to a safe length. However, you can’t just go out in your yard and pick up a stick to give to you pet. You should make sure that any wood or toys you give your pet are made from safe materials. In the case of wood, you want it to be free of pesticides and other chemicals that could harm your hamster.

With hamsters, it doesn’t matter what type you have (Syrian, Russian, Dwarf, Chinese, etc.), the woods, toys, and foods that are safe for them are all the same. Luckily Hamsters are less sensitive that some other exotic pets (like chinchillas or rabbits) when it comes to wood, so you have a lot more options when buying toys and many of the toys offered in the pet store will be safe for your hamster. Since very little wood is absolutely toxic to them, it’s hard to get a comprehensive list of what is safe. Still, we gathered together what information is available to provide a starting point.

We have a list of materials and safe wood for hamsters, as well as unsafe items that must be avoided.

Safe Wood (& Other Materials) For Hamsters

Safe Wood for Hamsters to Chew

  • Apple Wood
  • Aspen
  • Cardboard Toilet Paper Roll Tubes
  • China Fir
  • Dog Biscuits (flavorless, without garlic as an ingredient)
  • Lava Bites
  • Loofah
  • Pear Wood
  • Pine (chew toys& shelves only, not bedding)
  • Popsicle Sticks
  • White Birch
  • Willow

Toxic Wood

  • Cedar
  • Oleander
  • Yew
DIY Cardboard Box Maze

Homemade DIY Cardboard Maze for Small Pets

Homemade DIY Cardboard Maze for Small Pets

Mazes are a fun way to give your exotic and small pets a way to exercise and stimulate their curiosity and their problem-solving skills. This is a fun project for kids and adults to do together and it’s extremely affordable as you should have most of the supplies in your home already. Once you’ve built the maze, you’ll enjoy watching your pet run through this DIY cardboard maze as they exercise and play. The types of exotic pets that enjoy cardboard mazes include rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, and ferrets.

This tutorial covers all the steps you need to build a simple and cheap cardboard maze out of found materials. Once you have the right sized box, it just takes a little bit of time to assemble the maze.

How to Build a Cardboard Maze for Small Pets

Supplies Needed

  • Short square or rectangular box at least 2-3 inches taller than your pet
  • Scissors or a box cutter
  • A ruler
  • Pencil, pen, or marker


1. Find a box that is short (shallow) in a rectangular or square shape. An ideal box will be at least 2-3 inches taller than your pet and have flaps that are equal to or larger than the height of the box. The flaps will be the walls inside your maze. The box should be brown cardboard with no slick printing on it. Try to avoid boxes with lots of logos or ink that could be toxic to your pet.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

Bonus: If you have multiple boxes that are the same size and a pet that likes to jump or climb (like chinchillas, rabbits, or rats), you can build a multi-level maze. Depending on the weight of your pet, you may need to reinforce the levels. You can also create multiple floor level mazes that are connected to each other by tunnels or long boxes. Feel free to get creative.

2. Remove any shipping labels, excess tape, and other non-cardboard materials. You should leave the tape that secures the bottom of the box.

3. Cut the flaps off the top of the box with a box cutter or scissors (a box cutter is usually easier for this step).

4. Measure the flaps against the size of the box and cut off any excess height. The flaps should be flush against the edge of the box when placed inside. You may have to cut a little off the length of the flap so it can fit inside the box easily.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

5. Measure the length of your long flap and your short flap. Make marks on each dividing it into thirds. (Example: if your flap is 30 inches long, you will make a mark at 10 inches and 30 inches, creating three 10″ sections). On each mark, use your ruler to measure half the height of the flap and draw a line.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

6. Cut a notch along that line to create two notches in each flap to the halfway point. You should make sure your notches align on the same size flaps. Assemble the pieces to form a shape like a pound sign or hash tag. Make additional cuts as needed so the flaps fit evenly.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

7. Design your maze. On a piece of paper sketch out the grid shape of the maze and mark where you would like to cut doorways. Don’t forget to put doors on the outside edges. You can also put doors on the top of the maze as well.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

8. Looking at your assembled maze, mark where you want to cut holes with a sharpie or pen.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

9. Take the maze apart and cut doorways for each of the holes you marked. Make sure the doorways are large enough for your pet to pass through.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

10. Reassemble your maze and flip it back over. Let your pet run through it. Hide treats inside for extra fun.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

Because none of the walls are affixed, you can easily “change up” your maze by moving around the walls inside. There are so many options for your exotic pet to enjoy this easy DIY cardboard maze.