This DIY Travel Block Case is a neat project made with MAYKA Toy Block Tape. This project is sponsored by Zuru.
If there is anything that I know about traveling, it is that road trips and LEGO bricks don’t always mix. I have three boys, all of whom are currently block obsessed. They enjoy taking their blocks when we head out on trips, but I’m always afraid of them losing them along the way or having no surface on which to play them. Recently, we were headed out the door to a birthday party that was located about forty minutes from our home. My son loaded the van with a back pack full of blocks, which he dumped out on one of the tables at the party. I decided that I needed to come up with a better system for him to transport his blocks and be able to play even when we are not at home. Enter this DIY Travel Block Case with MAYKA Toy Block Tape!
The supply list is fairly short, but it does consist of items that most people may not have on hand at home, requiring a bit of forethought before creating this quick and easy DIY.
- MAYKA Toy Block Tape in desired colors
- Plain tin lunch box with a closure
MAYKA Toy Block Tape is simple to measure, cut, shape, and stick to the tin lunch box (or anywhere else!). The tape is removable and reusable. It is compatible with major brick block brands, like LEGO. Simply measure the tape across the top of the lunch box, cut it where needed, and remove the liner. Stick the MAYKA Toy Block Tape to the top of the lunch box. Shape the blue to make waves!
To see the full DIY, watch the below video where I demonstrate exactly how to make it the project!
Have you used the MAYKA Toy Block Tape? The possibilities are so fun! My kids have enjoyed using it in their play room. What have you made with it?