I shared this tutorial a few days ago on my Instagram stories and y’all went crazy over it! Since the craft was so popular, I wanted to share it here so that it could easily be referenced back to if needed. This little snack box is PERFECT for travel or for getting picky toddlers to eat more of a variety. The best part of this project is that the box is from…wait for it…DOLLAR TREE, making this project a super inexpensive craft!
- Dollar Tree Craft Storage or Tackle Box (linked alternatives here)
- Cricut (Optional)
- Vinyl or Stickers
- Transfer Paper (If you’re using vinyl)
- Hot Glue Gun
- Hot Glue Sticks
Go to your local Dollar Tree and grab one of these adorable craft supply boxes! If you can’t make it to Dollar Tree, I also linked some similar options from Amazon here.
Using your Cricut, design a fun vinyl decal to place on your box. You can also purchase my design from Etsy here. If you don’t have a Cricut, a fun and easy alternative would be stickers!
Print and prepare your decal or stickers to place on your box.
Carefully place your vinyl decal or stickers on your box. Easily transfer your vinyl decal using your transfer paper during this step!
To make it even more special for your little one, try hot-gluing some jewels or other fun items on to your box. The possibilities are endless so have fun with it!
Fill with your child’s favorite snacks and enjoy!
Let me know how your project goes and tag me on Instagram so I can repost! Happy Crafting!
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