Mama to 5 Blessings is part of the Chick-fil-A Moms Panel. This is a not sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.
Chick-Fil-A is my favorite place to eat. My husband and I take the kids a few times a month for dinner. We eat our meal and then the kids play in the indoor play area. One of my favorite meals are their salads. They are filled with fresh greens, tomatoes and other amazing toppings plus they have so many different salad choices!
I have been on the Chick-Fil-A Mom Panel for a few years. Our panels was recently asked us to take a challange. After enjoying their amazing salads what can we turn the Chick-Fil-A salad container into? I decided to turn this durable container into a hanging planter.
Chick-Fil-A salad container
2 Pieces of yarn (cut into approximately 24 inches each)
Sharp object such as a knife or a screwdriver
First clean out the container really well so that any food residue does not attract ants. Than with your sharp object (knife or screwdriver) poke a hole in each of the top four corners of the container. Place a small amount of potting soil in the container and then your plant. Make sure you use a small plant because the container is swallow. Break up the roots a bit and then place more potting soil around the plant. Next thread one piece of the yarn through one of the holes and then diagonally thread it through underneath the container to the hole across from it, then thread the second piece do the same. Bring both pieces of the yarn up so that there are four pieces gathered together and then tie a double knot.
My five and three year old kids enjoyed helping me with this gardening project. How would you upcycle a Chic-Fil-A salad container? The uses are endless!