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DIY Picnic Caddy for your beautiful summer days

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Is there anything better way to enjoy quality, family time than with a picnic?  You get to pack up a lunch or dinner with all your family’s favorite foods and enjoy the great outdoors.  Now that the weather is getting warmer, it’s the perfect time to think about picnicking. Whether your picnic will be on the beach, like ours will, in the woods, on top of a mountain or at the park down the street – you can NOT miss this DIY Picnic Caddy.
The Dunkin' Donuts® single serve creamers for ice coffee with picnic caddy 2

DIY Picnic Caddy at the beach 2
We will be toting around all the fixins to make some refreshing iced coffees on the beach with  Dunkin’ Donuts® coffee and single serve creamer from Walmart. Coffee, on the beach, might sound a little strange to the uninitiated. To a Floridian, like me, and a Latino Floridian to boot, coffee and sand go hand in hand – Cafe Cubano anyone?  The food in our basket always has a Latin twist and our Iced coffee is just part and parcel of a full fledged Latino style beach picnic. Iced coffee is cool and refreshing and the caffeine gives you a nice boost of energy to build sand castles or romp around in the surf with the kids a little longer! The Dunkin’ Donuts® single serve creamers make having an iced coffee convenient, anywhere. Even on a sunny Florida beach!

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To make my Picnic caddy you’ll need

materials for DIY picnic caddy

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MATERIALS:

1/4 Inch Rope 3 to 4 Feet

Glue Gun

Three Mason Jars height 5″

One Cardboard Magazine File

Scissors

5 Sheet of Light Blue Distressed Paper (Color Optional)

Mod Podge (white glue)

Exacto Knife

 

ISNTRUCTIONS:

Star by cutting the lower section of the Magazine Filer, creating a three inch deep rectangle box leaving the left side wall 6 inch in height.

Cover the box with the sheets of light blue paper.

measure inside the box and cut two cardboard rectangles to divide the box in three sections.

On each corner of the tall wall drill a 1/4 inch hole. Tie the rope from one end and then pass the rope through the other hole and tie the other end.

Use the glue gun to connect the three Mason jars together, after the jars are secure together glue them to the box, making sure the jars have enough glue to hold the weight.

Cutting the magazine filer

With an Exacto knife we cut the cardboard magazine filer leaving the lower section

dividing the box in three sections

dividing the box in three sections with little board dividers.

Putting together the Picnic Caddy is really simple.  You don’t have to, exclusively, use it to tote around your Dunkin’ Donuts® single serve coffee cream and other iced coffee supplies but they do fit perfectly in each section.

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You don’t just have to use your caddy on a picnic.  It looks great as table decor for a coffee get together with friends or on the dessert table at a family party. You can also serve up a variety of flavored Dunkin’ Donuts® single serve creamers like Vanilla, Caramel or Hazelnut in your caddy so your guests can select the flavor they like best and you can enjoy the convenience of the single serve creamers.

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The Dunkin' Donuts® single serve creamers for ice coffee with picnic caddy

DIY Picnic Caddy at the beach

The Dunkin' Donuts® single serve creamers for ice coffee

You can also use the great Dunkin’ Donuts® single serve creamers with the Dunkin’ K-Cup® packs which are made especially for your Keurig® K-Cup® brewing system.

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About the author

Cesar Diaz

Cesar is a freelance graphic designer with more than 15 years of experience in the advertising world. He is the creative force behind GrowingUpBilingual.com and 365thingsswfl.com. 2 year ago he gave up his steady job so he could spend more time at home and be more involved in his kid's lives. He loves sharing tips to maintain a healthier lifestyle both at home and while traveling. He likes to cook low calorie meals with a Latino touch, specially if they are on the grill. He is a techie, a carnivore and a fitness buff not necessarily in that order. During his free time he enjoys mountain biking, working out at the gym, watching movies and traveling with his family.

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  1. Mayra Rodriguez - Estilo Familiar

    Cesar este DIY estuvo precioso. Me quedé encantada como te quedó y en lo chévere que sería tener uno así para llevarse a los paseos. Bien conveniente para llevar todo lo necesario. Te felicito porque quedó bello.
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  2. Romina Tibytt

    wow me encantó todo! Las fotos hermosas y el proyecto muy delicado. Que rico, nada más placentero que un rico café helado en la playa!! Voy a preparar este picnic caddy para tenerlo listo para el verano!
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  3. Diana Rodriguez - Compras y Hogar

    Que buena idea para un picnic en la playa!
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  4. Maybelline

    You are so creative!!! Love the idea and the caddy for coffee lovers!!!
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  5. Monica

    Que linda idea para llevarnos ese cafecito a la playa, muy práctico.
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  6. Laura Rodriguez

    Cesar esta canasta te quedó hermosa! Si llevo esto a la playa todos se me quedarán mirando y preguntando dónde lo compré! Que lindos colores también!

  7. Sarah B

    This is such a great idea! I’d love to make one of these for our picnic table at home!! #client

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