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With so many upcoming reasons for pretty holiday packaging, we are saving all the boxes from our home move to recycle. Little sister is almost fully potty trained and only wearing Huggies™ Pull-Ups from Sam’s Club at nighttime. Shopping at Sam’s Club has really helped with our new home transition because of the Limited Time Instant Savings offer on Huggies Diapers, Pants and Wipes this holiday season. Valid now throw 11/22 you receive an $8 instant savings on the purchase of any two Huggies items. You can also save an additional $4 through Ibotta when you purchase Huggies at Sam’s. It’s a great time to stock up and save then use your Huggies boxes to make a recycled box holiday package craft for decoration or gifting. Hover over the image below to purchase our favorite Huggies products from Sam’s Club.
Shopping at Sam’s Club definitely saves me money but an in-store visit is usually time consuming when little sister tags along. She could spend hours happily strolling the aisles, tasting samples and making new friends. Some days this is a perfect learning opportunity for her but other days, when I would rather be in and out, we use the club pick up service where I can order online and my order is ready as soon as I arrive.
Three out of four moms prefer Huggies Pull-Ups for potty training and little sister is very enthusiastic about the cute designs. Paired with Huggies® One & Done Wipes during a quick Sam’s Club visit and you’ll have everything you need for a potty training toddler!
Recycled Box Holiday Package Craft
- empty Huggies Pull-Ups box
- holiday wrapping paper
- decoupage glue and paintbrush
- wide ribbon
Cut holiday wrapping to fit on each panel of the Huggies box. Then apply glue to box and carefully smooth paper onto each panel. Cover each wrapped panel with glue and smooth air bubbles with paintbrush.
Allow recycled box holiday package to fully dry.
If using as a gift box, place items inside before sealing with a festive bow. Because we will be attending the Polar Express early this year, I purchased matching pajamas for both my daughters during our weekly Sam’s Club visit. Although six years apart, Sam’s Club offers sizing so they can both match.
Close box and secure with ribbon. This pretty green and red ribbon was also a Sam’s Club purchase and will be decorating our Christmas tree this year too.
Share your holiday package with a favorite friend or display for a holiday decoration. These recycled box holiday packages are also great for mailing because they are not simply wrapped in paper. The decorative wrapping paper is secure and will not tear.
Sam’s Club saves us time and money with everything you need for household essentials and holiday gifting!
See how much you can save by shopping at Sam’s Club for Huggies. The diapers are designed to give your little one a comfy fit over time no matter what stage your baby is in. So from newborn all the way through potty training, shopping Sam’s Club for Huggies diapers has been the best choice for our family.
Do you use items you already have at home to get creative for holiday packaging too?
16 thoughts on “Recycled Box Holiday Package Craft”
I always like recycling projects. I also love the insides of the Pull Up boxes. My kids have been painting them after we empty them. #client
Now that’s just cute!! I wish I was as creative as you are, but I just don’t have that knack lol. And as far as Sam’s Club, you could have a four course meal there just trying samples on a Saturday. Save money. Eat dinner free. Win/Win! LOL!
That is such a fun idea for Christmas!! I use stuff like this in photos all the time, so I should totally make one.
This is such a cool idea, no point letting that box go to waste. I love how you’ve decorated it as well, very creative!
The only reason I miss my kids being in diapers is these boxes.They are super sturdy and perfect for the idea that you have.
Little brother is still a bit little for pullups at the moment, but I think the box with the characters on the inside is really cute! I also really love how you upcyceled the box!
Great idea for the recycling of the boxes. Could be a fun project for the little ones
What an awesome way to recycle a box! I love the idea and it’s perfect for the upcoming holidays! That way you don’t have to worry about where to get boxes for your gifts!
What a great way to repurpose those heavy duty boxes! I’m a big fan of anything that helps reduce waste, even if it’s just reusing it one more time. Simple thing to do this holiday season!
I am not a Sam’s Club member but the store does look amazing. I love the gift box you made and keeps away the waste and is good for the environment
how creative! such a great way to reuse an old box. better than throwing it away and polluting the earth more!
What a great gift idea! I actually know a few I could do this for and they’d really appreciate it. Creative gifts like these are my favourite!
This is such a smart idea. I tend to recycle my boxes as soon as they are empty but now I’m going to save them so I can transform them into these holiday gems.
I like the characters on the inside of the box. I wish there was an option to flip that around and make it the cover. Very creative of you, the way you recycled that.
So glad I found this. I’m having to decorate a shoe box to put holiday cookies in to take to our local nursing home. I love that your box of diapers has fun imagines inside…and what a great box to reuse!!
This is a very earth friendly idea! I would never have thought about this! Thanks for sharing.