If your baby loves to play with a cart or box, why don’t you try to make a fox toy cart? It is one of the easy crafts to do. You will be surprised as it is super cute and amazing. Also, you can put a teddy bear into this cart after your kids play. Keep reading this article to know how to make a fox toy cart.
The lion toy cart can get a buddy
Your little boy or girl will have tons of fun playing with the Lion Toy Cart. This toy cart features a comfortable lion that wears a T-shirt with your logo. Available in a variety of colors, the Lion Toy Cart makes a great gift for any occasion. It is also approved by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and meets federal toy safety standards. One-color imprint on the front of the shirt is included in the price.
Materials you need
- A wooden crate
- 1 x 20cm wooden placemat or round cake board
- 8 x small wooden coasters
- 20cm of chunky rope
- Acrylic paint
- 1 x raffia pollot
- Paint brushes
- Cricut Joy and Smart Vinyl (optional)
- Screws to assemble the wheels including one long bolt, 4 washers and a lock nut.
- White wool
An easy way to make a fox toy cart
A fox toy cart is a fun addition to any child’s playroom. This whimsical toy cart features a fox face and paws. With a soft pull-along cord and rubber trimmed wheels, it can be easily wheeled to the perfect spot to tuck in toys. There are many accessories available to accompany a fox toy cart, such as matching rugs and toys.
- Begin by gluing two coasters together to make a set of four wheels.
- The box, large round placemat/cake board, and wheels should all be painted (once the glue has dried). I used a red tone for this project and white for the wheels. Allow those to dry.
- Drill holes in the center of the wheels and in corresponding positions on the box once the separate pieces are dry.
- Insert the bolt after placing a washer on top of a wheel, face up. Push the bolt through the box’s hole and secure it on the inside with another washer and lock nut. Tighten with a screwdriver and spanner. If you don’t need the wheels to spin, you can simply glue them on.
- It’s now time to make the fox face. I painted the nose first, then added detail with my Circuit. I modified the lion face design from before to match the nose, and I also used two circles from Design Space. If you don’t have a Cricut, you can simply paint the face by hand, but the vinyl gives a more elegant look.
- I made two V-shaped wire pieces and wrapped them in raffia with little wool tufts for the ears. These were then glued to the back of the head.
- Using superglue, adhere the face to the front of the box.
- I simply made a V of rope and then fluffed out the ends with a comb before gluing two layers onto the chest of the box.
- I cut a length of chunky rope and tied it off near one end with raffia to make the tail. I then used raffia tufts all the way down, leaving the end of the rope visible at the tail’s end.
If you’ve always wanted to make a fox toy cart, here are some reminders to get you started. The furry animal is the most obvious choice, as it’s cute and looks human. However, if you’re not sure how to make a fox toy cart, don’t worry, there are some other options available to you as well. Here are some tips and ideas to help you make your fox toy cart.