4 DIY Wooden Railway Accessories!

August 5, 2014

Need new bridges, tunnels, and tracks?

A lot of kids love their wooden railway, they are great for their imaginations and storytelling. Adding big accessories to your track set can become quite expensive, so between times of saving up birthday money why not help them make their own expansions with these money saving DIY  projects! If you’re not the DIY type of person this month at EnterTRAINment Junction is alsoThomas Month! So you can get all your Wooden Railway accessories 15-50% off!

Cardboard Mountain

DIY Mountain

Rachel over at www.linesacross.com shows you step by step instructions on how she made her son this  tunnel and mountain out of paper, cardboard, glue she already had at home!

Washi tape Roads and Tracks!

Washi Tape Train Track

I pick up rolls of Washi tape every time I’m out, you can use it for everything! Washi Tape comes in just about every color and pattern you can imagine, it also works as painters tape so it will not peel paint off your walls or damage your floor! This is the easiest and cheapest way to “fake” a play mat, plus you can peel it up and change it as often as you’d like! You can find Washi Tape at any craft store, such as Michaels, Target has also started carrying it in their $1 bins, and in the craft isle.

Huggie’s Box Tunnel

This train tunnel was made from an old diaper cardboard box, and is complete with a helicopter landing pad! Check out the tutorial at: Thrive 360 Living

Tracks in a box

Anna at the imagination tree shows you how to make this Small World Play in a Box, that’s perfect for rainy days, and hours of imaginative fun!  https://theimaginationtree.com/2013/04/train-tracks-small-world-in-a-cardboard-box.html