Fun times are here! Do you have an empty plastic bottle or a tin can lying waste? Well, here’s your moment to turn it into a fun pencil holder for your child. It is also a great way to help them learn about recycling and reusing old or waste materials around them.
To get started with this simple craft for kids,
Pro-tip: You can also use shells or tiny stones for decoration.
The finished pencil holder will be a cool addition to your child’s study corner. Do let us know in the comments section below if you tried this DIY. For more such exciting DIYs, click here.
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