12 Ways to Assemble Your Own First Aid Kit {how to}


Wondering how to make a first aid kit for emergency situations?  Here are 12 first aide kits to make that include a coffee can first aid kit, pet first aid kit, milk jug kit, epi-pen case, natural first aid kit, nurses medical kit, and even how to make your own homemade neosporin!  You’re going to be blown away with these ways to make a first aid kit.  {squeal}  

We’ve taken away all the guess work on how to make a first aid kit with these incredible tutorials. For even more ways to make kits Tip Junkie’s Creative Community has over 241 kit ideas.  You can always search there if you’’re looking for more tutorials with step-by-step instructions. {wink}

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First Aid Kits

1.  Recycled Jug First Aid Kit ~ Recycle either a water jug or milk jug into a travel-sized first aid kit.  

2.  Coffee Can First Aid Kit {free printable} ~ Wondering what should go in a first aid kit?  Look no further, Kleinworth & Co. has a free printable checklist of what items should be in a first aid kit.  She even shows you how to make your own.  Isn’t her storage idea adorable with the coffee can and duct tape? 

3.  DIY Pet First Aid Kit ~ Because our four-legged friends get sick or hurt also.  Flea and tick treatments, worming treatments, gauze, tweezers and bandages are some of the items you’ll need.

4.  Epi-Pen Case {free pattern} ~ An adorable bright red case that will hold your epi-pen, a bottle of benadryl and a medicine syringe.  

5.  Natural First Aid Kit ~ The essentials for stocking a natural first aid kit.  

6.  Nurse’s Medical Kit ~ What would a nurse have in her first aid kit?  Everything and more!  Seriously, this post shows you supplies and medications needed for children, adults, supplements, women’s issues, sprains/breaks, eyes, dental and so much more!

7.  Portable First Aid Kit {tutorial} ~ This First-Aid Kit is not only functional but super cute! There are three large compartments perfect for storing kleenex, gauze and wipes as well as six smaller compartments to store band-aids, chapstick, antibiotic ointments and other items. How cool is that?! Anything can look cute when you divide it up into little compartments, right?

8.  Emergency Zippered Pouch {free pattern} ~ The perfect sized emergency pouch that you can carry in your purse.  It can hold band-aids, medication packets  and even ointment packets.

9.  DIY First Aid Kits ~ A Girl and a Glue Gun shows you five different ways to make an emergency kit that are perfect for traveling to having in your home.  You’ll love her clever storage tips from an Altoid tin to a tackle box. 

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Homemade First Aid Recipes

10.  Homemade First Aid Spray ~ Make your own first aid spray that’s perfect for cuts and scrapes using essential oils, purified water and distilled water.

11.  Homemade First Aid Ointment ~ Learn how to make this homemade salve for bug bites, sunburn, diaper rash or even eczema and psoriasis.  It’s made from plantain leaves, olive oil, beeswax and rosemary oil.  You might already have the plantain plant in your back yard.  {{wink}}

12.  Homemade Neosporin ~ Only four simple steps to make your own neosporin using beeswax, dried herbs, olive and coconut oils, essentials oils and honey.


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