I found this Keirug cup holder on my local Buy Nothing group, intending it for a creative art project with my 3.5 year old daughter.
My daughter is learning to cut, tape, and perform other fine motor skills, so I figured we could cut up construction paper and hang strips from each circle. My wife, daughter, and I cut them out together, adding important family time together.
We taped the pieces onto the K-cup holder. My wife and I had ideas for the perfect design, but my daughter wanted her own pattern. Time spent cutting and taping her five or six pieces contributed to growing motor skills.
The whole thing was a cost-free mixture of family attachment, arts and crafts, and fine motor skills, the result being a fun, goofy type of Dr. Seuss concoction. As you can see, the base of this K-cup holder rotates!
Buy Nothing and thrift stores provide numerous preschool arts and crafts projects for our developing minds and families.