DIY Toy Car Garage For My Little Boy: Here's How I Did It

My little, 3-year-old car enthusiast has been asking for a toy garage for pretend play. I made this using empty cardboard boxes (cereal and medicine containers) and empty toilet rolls. This one was a big hit and ensured a long time of independent play.

 

Supplies Required:

A medium size firm, cardboard box

3 small size cardboard boxes for the top section

Toilet paper rolls

Silver wrapping paper

Coloured paper for the box

Hot glue gun

Fevicol

Cutting blade

 

How to make it -

Make the two sides of the medium cardboard box hollow. Use this to create sections as shown below.

 

Once dry, cover the top with coloured paper. Stack up the toilet paper rolls with a hot glue gun.

On the other side, wrap the three boxes with silver paper. Fasten onto the box and use as a covered shed.

 

Park the toy cars in and let your child have a fun pretend play session.

 

My son loves to park his toy cars in the garage. Let me know if your kiddo liked it!

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