How to make a Kid’s Lunch Tote from a milk jug.

The kiddo’s love eating outside and so don’t I. I usually pack everyone’s lunches up in bread pans but for some reason my crafty mind came up with this little lunch tote from a milk jug.

All I did was cut out a little area in front of the spout with my scissors. Make sure you don’t cut out the spout because it makes the greatest little utensil and napkin holder.

Fill it up with their favorite treats. Sometimes they are lucky enough to get something a little special on these days. Today they were lucky enough to get s’mores on a stick. MMM, I say, you gotta make some.



Now all the kiddo’s have to do is grab the handle and carry their own lunches outside.

It’s a great upcycle project that took about 2 minutes to make. And the kiddo’s thought it was so fun to eat out of a milk jug.

Happy picnicking!

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Comments

  1. this is a great idea! I love it.

  2. CraftCrave says:

    Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [09 Aug 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  3. liZ evans says:

    Great idea! That's a perfect lunch/treat tote.
    liZ
    (simplesimonandco)
    ps—your post below is darling…

  4. What a teaser! I want to know how to make smores-on-a-stick! Unless it's somewhere else on this blog and I just haven't seen it? Sounds yummy!!

  5. 2littlehooligans says:

    sorry cat:) just put a large marshmallow onto a stick and dip it into melted chocolate, then roll in crushed up graham crackers. enjoy:)

  6. Christina, that is so stinkin cute!! I love it!!

  7. elizabeth says:

    Now that is brillant! I need some of those….the crumbs under my table need those too!!!!

  8. MommaMoulton says:

    can I have just 1% of your creativity?!? :)

  9. The Doodler says:

    This is adorable! What a fun idea! Found your blog through the tip junkie link party!

    Brie from darlingdoodels.blogspot.com

  10. Whhat a very clever idea. I would love for you to share it at my "All Things Wonderful Link Party". I can't wait to explore your blog more. I found your link from Tip Junkie.
    Take care,
    Shauna
    myshaenoel.blogspot.com

  11. S'mores on a stick! Oh, my that sounds wonderful. And I love the lunch tote. Adorable!

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