Hello my friends. We have established that I am not a DIY mom HERE. But I do pride myself if being able to upcycle items that are available to me like my empty Chick-fil-A soup bowls. As a Chick-fil-a mom and family we have lots of empty containers that can be reused for other things. Teen boy is pretty awesome in coming up with great ideas on other uses.
Recently teen boy and I brained stormed ways to use a few of our soup bowls for fun. Here are a couple of our ideas and best part no one got burned by the glue gun.
4 Ways To Upcycle Your Chick-fil-A Soup Bowl
First idea boy came up with was to use them to take your breakfast on the go. Many morning boy isn’t hunger at 6AM so he goes to school with just a coffee and a protein bar. with these Chick-fil-A bowls he is able to take cereal or oatmeal with him and fix breakfast at school As adults we can do the same at work.
This is an idea that we came up with while hanging out after school with his art teacher. I notice that his teacher had a lot of little art supplies lying around and nowhere to really store them. So I suggested empty soup container. It worked great plus we realizes the empty salad containers work well for bigger items like pencils and paint brushes.
Next on out list was homemade seasoning holders. I am always looking for ways to store my homemade taco seasoning or meat rubs. These empty containers are the bomb diggty for keeping your seasoning in. Plus they stack really well.
Finally this may be my favorite upcycle idea of them all. Using the Chick-fil_a soup bowls as candy holders. Yes I admit it I keep mints and chocolates by my desk as I work. Being able to put they in something is great so I places a few in an empty bowl and BINGO I worked fabulously.
So there you have it my upcycled ideas for the DIY challenged Chick-fil-A mom. These were just a few of the ideas we came up with but I am sure there are many more that would work.
Let’s Talk: What are some of your upcuycle ideas for an empty soup bowl? Are you a DIY challenge mom like me or more crafty?