Boys usually scatter their toy cars all over the house, and when they want to take them to their friends, they can’t find them. So make this organizer – a holder for cars.
How many times have you stepped on a car and almost fallen for that toy. If you make this holder for boys – a real parking lot for their pets, we believe that you will at least partially solve this problem. We found the idea on the blog Hoybycrafts.
- Blue, black, yellow, green, white, brown felt
- Sewing machine or needle and thread
- Elastic rubber
The blue piece of felt must be the biggest for you – it will be your base. You will need a piece measuring approximately 46 × 91 cm. Cut out, following the photos, clouds, trees (plus small brown pieces for trees), pieces of black felt for the road and pieces of yellow for lines on the road. You also need an oblong piece of yellow material in which the cars will be placed. Glue all the pieces of felt well with glue – arrange as in the photos.
Sew an oblong yellow piece of material to the bottom of the blue, but be sure to sew a few pockets for cars. Add an elastic band. When the glue dries, put the cars in your pockets, then fold the blue material, roar and connect with an elastic band.
The mobile garage is ready.
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