Thomas the Tank Engine | Source: Thomas & Friends

Ever wanted to give advice to your little conductor from the blue engine himself? Thomas & Friends is partnering with the custom video site Cameo to offer personalized videos of Thomas the Tank Engine.

Thomas & Friends has watched us all grow up for more than 75 years through books, tv series, and toys. Parents or relatives can now gift kids a custom message from Thomas himself for only $20 on Cameo. Not only is a message from Thomas a treat for your little one, seeing a message from Thomas can also be a nostalgic treat for adult fans as well. Plus, with all of the shipping delays affecting holiday shopping this year, a virtual gift like this is an easy way to check someone off your list this year.

Consumers can customize Cameo messages with anything they’d like to say, whether that’s personalizing the messages for the holidays, celebrating birthdays, or other big milestones. Kids can keep their personalized messages from Thomas for as long as they’d like.

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This holiday season, Mattel is offering two new Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends toys to go along with a Thomas the Tank Engine holiday message. The 2.5-feet-tall Trains & Cranes Super Tower playset has four levels of unloading and loading space for cargo and a track for steam engines to travel on. Kids ages 3 and up can use the handles and switches on the playset to keep all the work in order. The Race & Chase R/C features buddies Thomas and Percy connected by a steam cloud that kids can also use as a handle to easily pick up and play with anywhere. Conductors ages 2 and up can use the remote to race Thomas and Percy around.

The Thomas & Friends Trains & Cranes Super Tower playset is available for $99.99 and the Thomas & Friends Race & Chase R/C is available for $32.99 at select retailers.

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Destine Manson

Destine Manson

Destine is an editorial intern at the Toy Insider, the Toy Book and the Pop Insider who is excited about all the toys and fandom gossip she will get to enjoy for the sake of journalism. When she’s not updating her Spotify playlists or eating every dessert in New York City, you can find her catching up on her new favorite anime series and unpacking character romances with friends.