DIY Travel Coloring Case

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This is a lifesaver!

DIY Travel Coloring Cases -

With summer time comes a lot of travel. Visiting family, friends, day trips….you name it, we do it.  These little DIY Travel Coloring Cases are a parent’s best friend.  

My girls love to color. Give them a pack of post-it notes, and they are busy for hours. Combine the two, and you have a life saver!  And they couldn’t be easier to make!

DIY Travel Coloring Case

I found these first aid kits in in the dollar toiletry section at our Target.

 Crayons and Post-it notes fit perfectly in there.  BOOM! An instant DIY Travel Coloring Case.

If you don’t have a Target nearby or they don’t carry these, a travel soap container would work great too!

The girls absolutely loved them!

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Corey, Darryl, Big D & Little D

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  1. toni says

    If your going to leave them in the car and you live in Florida like I do. Make it colored pencils. Crayons melt fast! found that out the hard way!

  2. Stephanie says

    This is a good size to just throw in my purse. That way I’m in the car it’s cool enough not to melt
    the crayons. When I go inside, my purse goes with me.

    • Corey says

      Less that 24. It depends on how thick of a post-it note pad you put in there. If it is thinner, you can double the layer of crayons, but if you have a thicker pad of paper, it’s less :)

  3. Christian Cunard says

    we use the left over supply boxes from school and put pencils in it. crayons are messy and melt in hot summer cars.


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