From A Chick-Fil-A Soup Container To A Critter Cave #ChickfilamomsDIY

Mama to 6 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. 

 

It would be an understatement to say that Chick-Fil-A is my family’s favorite place to eat.  Does not matter if it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner my family jumps at the chance to eat there! One of our favorite things to order is the soup. The Chicken Noodle Soup and Chicken Tortilla Soup is filled with chunks of chicken and seasoned just right! 

 

 

The hearty chicken tortilla soup features shredded boneless breast of chicken, navy, northern, and black beans in a white creamy base with a perfect blend of vegetables and spices. Top it off with seasoned corn tortilla strips for a perfect crunch!  While the chicken noodle soup is filled with shredded Chick-fil-A chicken breast, chopped carrots and celery with egg noodles in a hearty broth. Both are amazing for anytime of the year! 

So after you have eaten these delicious soups why toss the container away when you can re-use it.  My daughter and I decided to use ours in our front yard.  Here’s how……

 

We took two Chick-Fil-A soup containers and cleaned them out really well, allowed them to dry.  With an Exact-o knife I cut a rectangle on the side of the bottom portion of the container. Next we painted the black portion of the container with green paint.  Instead of painting it with regular strokes we dabbed the paint on with a paint brush so it gave it a splotchy look.  We were shooting for a camouflage look.  

 

Materials needed:

Chick-Fil-A soup containers

Green acrylic paint 

Exact-o Knife

Paint brushes

After we completed painted it we allowed the container to dry over night and then placed the lid back on.  We wedged the critter caves in the tree branches instead of placing them on the ground because if it rained we did not want the caves to get flooded.  Now we are ready of the critters in our yard to have a nice dry place to hide when it rains! 

 

How would you re-use a Chick-fil-a soup container?  The uses are endless! 

 

 

Mama to 6 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.  Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  

 


Comments

  1. Robin rue says:

    How cute is that!? I love how creative you got with this upcycle!!

  2. So creative! I have a son obsessed with little critters. He would LOVE if I made him something like this.

  3. Super creative. The kids will love this on a rainy day.

  4. TColeman says:

    This is such a neat idea! My kids would love to do a project like this and it’s a great way to reuse the container.

  5. Jennifer says:

    What a great way to repurpose the container. I bet my boys would like this little craft and toy.

  6. Reesa Lewandowski says:

    How fun is this? My kids would love this! I think we need a trip to Chic Fil A so we can make this!

  7. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    I love to find ways to reuse things. This soup container makes a great critter cave. The soup looks so delicious I will have t give it a try for lunch this week.

  8. How fun is that? I love repurposing things.

  9. That’s awesome! I love upcycled projects like this. It’s super cute.

  10. That’s a really clever way to reuse that container. I love showing my son how we can make something new from something that might normally get thrown away.

  11. Crystal says:

    That’s so fun! With spring around the corner, we’ll be spending lots of time outdoors checking on our favorite critters.

  12. I like how you were able to reuse the containers for something fun. Chick-Fil-A soups are so delicious.

  13. Too cute! My boys would love to make one of these, I think we found our project for the weekend. Thanks!

  14. What a COOL idea for recycling those containers. I bet your new critter friends will love them too!

  15. These craft project looks absolutely amazing. I want to start with soup – it looks delicious and will see what the inspiration will take me

  16. That was so nice of you to think of the lizards. I love lizards – they are so cute. Plus it’s nice to see the containers being used instead of going in the landfill. I’m sure the little amphibian loved his new cave

  17. That’s a really cute idea! I love recycling things! Adding this to my must-make!

  18. I looove it! Such a great idea! I can’t wait to create new things with mine!

  19. This looks like so much fun! I will have to make this one with the kiddies!

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