Last week we got take out for dinner that came in these great plastic containers. I wasn't exactly sure what I could make with them, but I held on to them (much to my husbands chagrin) because I was sure they could be used to make something fun. The next day I took the two lids and and laid them on the table. I put a handful of plastic pony beads onto one of the lids. The I ran a bead of hot glue all along the edge of the other lid. I placed the two together and gave it a moment to let the glue dry. I then handed the lids to The Bean who needed no instructions about what to do with it. She begin happily shaking and banging her new tambourine as she marched through the house!

# 77) Take Out Lid Tambourine

Last week we got take out for dinner that came in these great plastic containers. I wasn't exactly sure what I could make with them, but I held on to them (much to my husbands chagrin) because I was sure they could be used to make something fun. The next day I took the two lids and and laid them on the table. I put a handful of plastic pony beads onto one of the lids. The I ran a bead of hot glue all along the edge of the other lid. I placed the two together and gave it a moment to let the glue dry. I then handed the lids to The Bean who needed no instructions about what to do with it. She begin happily shaking and banging her new tambourine as she marched through the house!