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May 29, 2016

Upcycled Chick-Fil-A Salad Container Project

Chick Fil A Moms challenged us to upcycle a salad container from their restaurant and make it into something new. My 3 year old son loves music and dancing, so I decided to turn it into a musical shaker.



We took some construction paper we had lying around, some popcorn kernels and packing tape and went to work!



Here are the steps:
1. Open salad container and add about 1/4 cup of popcorn kernels (unpopped)
2. Close salad container and tape shut
3. Wrap container in construction paper color of your choice
4. Cover completely with packing tape
5. Decorate as you see fit. We used stickers :)
6. Enjoy your shaker!!!
















The end result looked pretty neat. See it in action below:

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