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What you will need:

– 1 empty Izze cardboard bottle caddy
– eco-friendly packing tape
– an assortment of your child’s art supplies

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Step 1

Enjoy an Izze or two with a friend, save the cardboard caddy. You can also use other drink caddies to create this craft.

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Step 2

Add an even layer of eco-friendly packing tape to the bottom of the bottle caddy to prevent it from folding up while in use.

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Step 3

Fill with an assortment of your child’s favorite eco art supplies. We found that the caddy is strong enough to hold markers, colored pencils, crayons, smencils, a pencil sharpener, erasers and a pair of scissors.

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Step 4

Keep the caddy in a convenient spot of your home, so that whenever your child feels creative, he can grab the art caddy, even if it’s on the way out the door.