Chances are you’re all geared up for back to school shopping which usually entails getting some shiny new pencils. Give the kids a personalized case to show off those new pens and pencils with these cute and easy pouches. Some of these require no sewing (score!) so kids can help make them. We’ve also rounded up some cute designs like monsters and robots that appeal to the the kids’ sense of humor.
What are your favorite ways to store your kids’ pencils and art supplies?
Robot Pencil Case (via Make It & Love It)
This cute vinyl pencil case puts a smile on your face and also comes with a girl robot version.
No Sew Pencil Bag (via Made With Happy)
You won’t believe how incredibly easy it is to whip up this bright no-sew pencil case. There’s a handy video tutorial that walks you through every step to make it even easier.
Zipper Felt Pouch (via hello, Wonderful)
Let kids create their own stitched design in this easy beginner sewing pouch kids can make.
Easy Oil Cloth Pencil Case (via Momtastic)
An oil cloth gives this simple zipper case shape so you don’t need to double line it to make it sturdy.
Monster Zipper Case (via Shiny Happy World)
This cute monster case comes with a free pattern and video tutorial to make it easy to follow along and re-create.
Kids Art Pencil Pouch (Delineate Your Dwelling)
Kids will love personalizing their own pencil pouch with glittery art and paint.
DIY Leather Pencil Case (via The Merrythought)
Simple and natural is what describes this easy roll-up pencil case to show off all those brightly colored pencils.
Duct Tape Pencil Case (via While They Snooze)
Hard to believe this colorful pencil case is made from just duct tape! No sewing and all the color combinations you could possibly imagine from the variety of tapes out there.
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Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.