I remember seeing Babes in Toyland on TV as a kid (obviously, I always liked the 1960s variation with Annette Funicello much better than the 80s variation). My preferred scene was when they g0t to drive around in those little battery powered automobiles. I constantly wished I had among my own! Who didn’t, best ?!?
Well, these classic toy trucks aren’t battery powered, but they look super festive and charming! And, they make a great addition to the Toyland of my dreams!
Corey and I had a lot of enjoyable finding different types of vintage toy cars all summertime long in flea markets, auctions and estate sales. Some were really well-liked and played with! We had an even better time cutting them for the vacations!
Move over gingerbread houses, we have actually got a new holiday job for the household!
Embellishing a gingerbread house is enjoyable, however these vintage trucks last all season long and make less of a mess. And, your kids might even just embellish any old toy automobile from their collection.
This actually is.something you can do too! It’s a terrific way to add some whimsical enjoyable to your vacation decoration and bring new life to those old vintage toys!
Simply gather some trimmings … if you’ve got a holiday village, you might currently have some of these supplies. If not, here are a couple of links to help you start.
Mini Wreaths here. and. here. ( or. mini pine garland. that you can shape into your own wreaths with some ribbon).
Mini Holly here.
Mini Lights here. and. here. ( these were my favorite thing to include!).
Bottle Brush Trees here. and. here. and. here.
Floral Wire here. ( or a. hot glue weapon. will work too).
We gathered our materials and embellished all of our automobiles at once.Then, let the cutting start!! There is no wrong way to decorate these. Have a good time!
Here are some photos of our favorites. Some of these cost our vacation market, however we still have many left that are available for purchase!. If you have an interest in any, just. email me. for more details.
Little Yellow Pickup.
Green Dump Truck.
Red Tonka Jeep.
Red & & Yellow Dump Truck.
Blue Jeep with Teepee Trailer.
Vintage Red & & Green Dump Truck.
Big Red Flatbed.
Vintage Putz House with Mini Aqua Truck.
Little Radio Flyer Red Wagon.
That’s it for our little trip of vintage trucks and toys! I hope this offers you some motivation to deck your own halls with some a little vintage treasure and create your very own Toyland this vacation season!
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