DIY Kids Garden Caddy

4 Materials
10 Minutes

Your kids will really “dig” this DIY Kids Gardening Caddy. It’s perfect for carrying their gardening tools. It makes a great gift idea.
I created this caddy for only $20. What would I do without the Dollar Spot at Target! Seriously. This is so cute and simple to put together. It makes a great gift idea too. I even gave this DIY Kids Gardening Caddy a Disney Frozen theme by adding ‘Let It Grow’ to the side. Imagine that – another Disney-themed post from Melissa. How many of you are now singing? You’re welcome (oh wait, that’s from Moana – LOL).
If you want to make this garden caddy exactly like I did, then you will need a Silhouette machine to cut out the vinyl ‘Let It Grow’ lettering. If you don’t have one, ask around. Maybe one of your friends does. If not, no worries. You can either letter by hand or leave the caddy blank. You can grab the ‘Let It Grow’ cut file here.
Here are some things you can fill this DIY Kids Gardening Caddy with:
  • Kid-Size Garden Gloves
  • Kids Garden Tools
  • Flower Seeds
  • Vegetable Seeds
  • You can even give them a small watering can too.

Suggested materials:

  • Garden Caddy  (Target)
  • Silhouette Machine  (Michaels Crafts)
  • Silhouette Vinyl  (Michaels Crafts)
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