Every child needs toys, and every child I have ever known does not shy away from leaving those same toys on the floor of their room. What if putting away the toys was just as fun as playing with them?
The Caboose Toy Box retains all the great qualities of a reliable toy box, but has the appeal of a brand new toy itself! I reached Skiltools through www.woodworkersworkshop.com, and was met with so many wonderful project ideas, one of which was this toy box.
Not only does it provide ample space for larger toys, it also maintains the characteristically elevated upper part of a caboose, in this case utilized for small item storage. The icing on the cake (or the roof on the caboose, as it were) is the checkers board on the lid. Just one more wonderful element to this already stunning and practical piece.
According to the plans, painting the caboose chest tends to be the most time consuming part of the process. Conversely, there is a comprehensive diagram outlining all the steps in the process, as well as a specific and detailed materials list to make your finished product that much more attainable. Mostly made of birch, this toy box will be a wonderful addition to any child’s room, for both the parents and the child.
Click on the picture below to be linked to a PDF containing free plans and more information, and don’t forget to enjoy yourself.