Yet another racetrack to make!

After the success of posting the Better Homes and Gardens Bathurst track, I went searching for others for you. One site suggested buying a cheap shower curtain (don’t rip down Mum’s existing one!) preferably in a plain colour like white or blue or green or grey. They are cheap from $2 shops, or someone may have an old one around somewhere. Sticky tape two thick felt pens or textas in the same colour to an old plastic cup – one on each side – and guide the cup around your shower curtain to make the road. You can also use that wide black tape or grey tape that plumbers use for roads, it is just the right width for a road and it is easy to apply. You can crumple up some green oasis (the stuff that you stick flowers in for an arrangement) for grass, hedges, or trees. You can make some buildings out of cardboard boxes, or just draw them on. You can use your matchbox cars to drive around the tracks. You can add a railway or lake, etc. Use your imagination!


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