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    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Make your Spring afternoons fun with the kids with this easy DIY Snack Caddy Craft with Goldfish® crackers that I’m sharing as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #GoldfishCrowd

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Our sweet Jade absolutely loves doing small and simple crafts. And you can always find her sitting down doing a craft with a fun snack next to her. That is her favorite afternoon activity when she gets home from school. So I decided this week to combine the two and make a fun and simple craft that also includes her after school snack!

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Supplies:

    • 4 small (mini or bathroom sized) paper cups
    • Stapler
    • Foam craft strips (cut from foam craft sheet)
    • Goldfish® crackers
    • String Cheese
    • Grapes (or other in season fruit)

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Like I told you, this craft is SO SIMPLE! It literally takes less than 5 minutes. And yet your child will absolutely love it!

    Line the 4 cups up next to each other in a square.

    Then staple two cups together near the top. Then staple the next cup to the 2nd cup. Then fill in the last spot with the last cup. All stapled together to connect them all into a circle/square shape.

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Now it’s time for the handle. Cut a small strip from a sheet of craft foam sheet. You can make it thick or thin. Really it is up to you.

    Staple it into the inside edge of one cup. Then staple the opposite side to the inside edge of the cup kiddie corner to the first.

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Ta-Da you now have a handle! And a Snack Caddy ready to go!

    Next we fill it with the favorite snacks for snack time! For our kids that usually means some in season fruit. Right now the fruit that is best from our stores are grapes. But in the summer I can’t wait to add in blueberries, strawberries and more!

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Then fill another cup with a protein snack. Jade’s favorites include string cheese or a yogurt tube. Or you can slice some lunch meat into fun cubes and serve with a toothpick.

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Lastly fill up the last 2 cups with the kids favorite Goldfish crackers!

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    They have new flavors launching this spring and our kids couldn’t be more excited. Honestly even us parents are excited because these flavors are awesome!

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    • Xtra Cheddar + Pretzel
    • Honey Mustard Pretzel
    • Chocolate Mint + Ptretzel

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Or you can pick your favorite traditional Goldfish crackers!

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    What kid doesn’t love Goldfish crackers? I know my kids sure love Goldfish crackers! They are full of fun flavors, a great crunch and they are fun to play with! Goldfish crackers are great for snacks, travel, or even throwing into recipes!

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Want even more delicious ways to use Goldfish crackers? Check out our popular Cheesy Potato Casserole, S’mores Popcorn balls and No bake Chocolate Cheesecake tarts! Or try our Chocolate dipped Crackers or our bacon ranch cheeseball. You can even make a fun Goldfish crackers Trail mix for any upcoming travel trips!

    Fluffy No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Tarts with Goldfish Pretzel Crust

    For more fun games with Goldfish Crackers check out How to Host a Tea Party for kids, Craft Stick Catapult Game, and Butterfly Princess Wand (boys Wizard Wand instructions also included).

    Craft Stick Catapult Game for Big Game Day Fun
    Goldfish crackers are great for parties too! Check out these rockin’ party ideas and how they use Goldfish crackers!

    Did you know Goldfish snacks has a #GoldfishTalesPromotion going on? Now through 4/30 you can create a photo or video that shows off Goldfish crackers in an art theme via Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #GoldfishTalesPromotion to enter. Posts using #GoldfishTalesPromotion may appear in the gallery on GoldfishSmiles.com. No Purchase Necessary. Open only to 50 US/DC residents 18+. Ends 4/30//16. Official rules and more at www.GoldfishSmiles.com. Void where prohibited.

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    Make sure when you make your snack caddy that you also make a 2nd one to fill with fun craft supplies! Put crayons, markers, colored pencils, and other craft supplies into the 2nd caddy. Then they can be busy with their fun craft caddy and snack caddy and stay busy all afternoon!

    Easy DIY Kids Snack Caddy Craft

    How would you fill your DIY Snack Caddy?

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    Jeanine

    Friday 15th of April 2016

    What an adorable idea! My kids would love these for our family movie nights! So cute and very handy, not having to get up to refill hand full of stuff.

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