DIY Art Caddy for Kids to Make

Toilet Roll Pencil Organizer Craft for Kids – Happy HooligansNote: I had already cut and wrapped my Pringles can before doing this. “}],”image”:{“@type”:”ImageObject”,”@id”:”″,”inLanguage”:”en-US”,”url”:””,”width”:600,”height”:400,”caption”:”arrangement of Pringles can and toilet rolls”}},{“@type”:”HowToStep”,”url”:”″,”name”:”Wrap the cardboard rolls and Pringles can.”,”itemListElement”:[{“@type”:”HowToDirection”,”text”:”Cut a long length of yarn and use a bit of white glue or hot glue to stick it to the top edge of the cardboard roll. Wrap the yarn around and around, taking care not to overlap any yarn.

Watch for gaps and slide your yarn down snugly from time to time.

When you get to the top of the tube, cut the yarn and secure with another bit of glue.”}],”image”:{“@type”:”ImageObject”,”@id”:”″,”inLanguage”:”en-US”,”url”:””,”width”:600,”height”:400,”caption”:”wrapping pringles can with yarn”}},{“@type”:”HowToStep”,”url”:”″,”name”:”Trace and cut bottom pieces.”,”itemListElement”:[{“@type”:”HowToDirection”,”text”:”Before gluing your arrangement together, trace the bottom of your wrapped tubes on a piece of thin cardboard (I used a cereal box) and cut them out. “}]},{“@type”:”HowToStep”,”url”:”″,”name”:”Glue your organizer together.”,”itemListElement”:[{“@type”:”HowToDirection”,”text”:”Set all of your yarn-wrapped tubes up the way you’d originally planned, and glue them together by running a bead of hot glue down the side of one tube and pressing it against its neighbour.

Be sure that the bottoms of the tubes line up so it will sit evenly on a desk or table. “}],”image”:{“@type”:”ImageObject”,”@id”:”″,”inLanguage”:”en-US”,”url”:””,”width”:600,”height”:400,”caption”:”toilet rolls grouped together as organizer”}},{“@type”:”HowToStep”,”url”:”″,”name”:”Attach the bottoms.”,”itemListElement”:[{“@type”:”HowToDirection”,”text”:”Turn your organizer over and run a thin bead of hot glue around the bottom edge of one of the cardboard rolls. Press a cardboard circle into the glue and hold it for a few seconds while it dries.

Note: You won’t need to do this for the Pringles can obviously, as it already has a bottom on it. “}],”image”:{“@type”:”ImageObject”,”@id”:”″,”inLanguage”:”en-US”,”url”:””,”width”:600,”height”:400,”caption”:”gluing cardboard bottoms on toilet rolls”}},{“@type”:”HowToStep”,”url”:”″,”name”:”Fill your organizer.”,”itemListElement”:[{“@type”:”HowToDirection”,”text”:”Fill the sections of your organizer with whatever art and craft supplies you want, and enjoy!”}]}],”inLanguage”:”en-US”}]}]]>