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We are busy “dumping the junk” in The Mad House. We have noticed that when the boys grab junk food that we suffer the consequences in their behaviour. We needed to find a drink that I could freeze and pop in lunch boxes over the summer for football camp, so wanted to give Capri-sun a go.
We visited our local ASDA and decided to try the Capri-Sun Fruit Crush as part of our #CollectiveBias shop, it is fruit juice and spring water and no nasties. I can safely say it went down well and neither of the boys had a reaction to it – yippee!
But I was left with the cartons and wanted to use them, so I decided to make a pencil case with them (we are all about reuse, reduce, recycle here thanks to Bob the builder!
How to make a Capri-Sun pencil case
Surprisingly Capri-sun pouches are really goof doe sewing and this pencil case took me around 30 minutes last night.
It is also great for a beginner to make as the zipper goes in before you close the case. I used washi tape to hold the pouches together before sewing them and it made it so easy to do.
Now we have to buy more Capri-sun as both the boys want a pencil case and this time they are going to sew their own.