Tuesday, 3 February 2015

DIY Outdoor Car Track

School started this week after about 8 weeks of Summer holidays. Our playground was a big mess because we have had builders driving through the yard with work trucks all holidays. It took us a while to rake and clean the yard but then we managed to create some lovely new little play spaces.

I saw a similar idea once and thought it would be perfect for a little nook in our outdoor area. This little car track is perfect for your garden or playground, it is inexpensive to make and fun for all to play with.

Choose the bricks you want to use. I chose grey to resemble real roads.


Measure the middle of the bricks and mark the centre lines with a pencil.

Paint the lines on the bricks with white outdoor paint to resemble the white lines on the road.
( It would be a good idea to plan your road map before painting. I didn't do this and the lines don't flow as well as they could!!)


Sink the bricks into the sand and add pebbles, plants, cars, people, wooden blocks.....anything you can think of.





Let me know what you think.
Niccola

12 comments:

  1. what a cute idea!! I will have to do this when my baby gets bigger!!

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  2. Love this idea! Trying to work out where it could go in our garden! :)

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  3. Great idea! I hope I can plan this out well.

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  4. This is a brilliant idea. I need to do this. My boy would love it x

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  5. I LOVE this idea! Thanks for linking up with the Frugal Family linky!

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  6. Hi, I was wondering if you could let me know if I could share this picture and post on my blog? If someone could just reply to this comment to say that's ok that would be great. :)

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    1. Hi Rebecca. That is fine. What is your blog called?
      Niccola

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  7. Hi Niccola, the blog I am writing for is Be a Fun Mum (http://www.beafunmum.com). Thank you so much for getting back to me. I also write my own blog at The Plumbette (http://www.theplumbette.com.au) :)

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  8. Wonderful idea! I'd like to make this out of something lighter so the kids can move it around.

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  9. I saw one that had houses and stores in the center ---each was a painted rock. :)

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