Lunch Box Love Notes for Kids #Giveaway

Jenny, 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, shares a look at Lunchbox Love for Kids. This giveaway post is sponsored, but all opinions remain those of the writer.

I’ve always been a note writer.  In High School I would leave notes on my friend’s cars or in their back packs.  Then, while dating my future husband, I would often sneak a card or note into his apartment.  As a wife, I sometimes slip a note into my husband’s lunch.  Now, as a mom, I am excited to continue my note writing with my children.

lunchbox love notes

Leaving notes in school lunches is one fun way to encourage your kids and make them feel loved.  However, with the hectic rush that often consumes school mornings, leaving a heartfelt note is often pushed aside or simply not possible.

That’s where Lunchbox Love comes in. These sweet and adorable cards are pre-designed for an easy and meaningful way to encourage your kids and make them feel special throughout their day.  While using a pre-created card may seem generic or insincere, the variety and specificity of the Lunchbox Love cards, makes them heartfelt and unique.

There are a plethora of designs, phrases, and topics, and even some create-your-own cards.  The other fun thing about the lunchbox Love cards is that while one side offers sweet words of love, the other has a fun or interesting fact!  This addition to a typical note makes them perfect for sharing with friends and initiating conversation and laughter at the lunch table!

The thick paper will keep the note from tearing as it is carried about in lunch boxes and  back packs.  The small size make them easy to sneak into your child’s lunch.

No two lunchbox love notes are the same, so you will have unique messages to leave your child all year long!

Learn more on the Lunchbox Love Facebook page, Pinterest boards, Twitter, Google plus and Instagram.

Would you like to win a set of Lunchbox Love for your kiddos? One winner will win 8 volumes! Use the entry form below for your chance to win! This giveaway is open to US and Canada.

 

  Jenny, 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, shares a look at Lunchbox Love for Kids. This giveaway post is sponsored, but all opinions remain those of the writer.

Comments

  1. Nadia says

    My daughter is starting 1st grade this year and I have been stressed out more about the lunches than anything else! Notes are a great idea to send some extra love in her lunchbox. I will have to make it a point to do this regularly. Thank you for the idea!

  2. says

    Everybody likes to get a little surprise, so I sometimes put little notes in my kids’ lunchboxes. I guess they liked this because now my kids started writing notes to eachother and sneaking them into the lunch boxes. :-)

  3. Rebecca Parsons says

    I used to all the time and my daughter does for my grandson. It is such a fun way to show you care.

  4. Benita says

    I do. Notes are indeed a special way to be with family members and let them know they’re special and you care/

  5. Theresa Jenkins says

    I did for my daughters and now the 2 oldest grandkids do and the younger one’s get stickers … it’s FUN

  6. Christina G. says

    My daughter bought her lunch, so I didn’t send lunch notes. They are a great idea, though. Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. Heather says

    My daughter is 6yrs old and I send little notes in her lunch box all the time. She loves them and let’s me know if I forget. I was going through her backpack the other day and found a bunch of notes, she saved them. :)

  8. Kerrie Mayans says

    Yes I do. The kids all have metal lunchboxes that have a chalkboard on the inside lid so I try to remember to write them a new message each day when I am packing their lunch.

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