Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Lunchbox Love Giveaway!

Once you've picked the perfect box, filled it with delicious healthy foods, and put it in a bag you may still find that something is missing. When I was little my mom would write love notes to us on our paper napkins and at 30 that memory still sticks with me. A simple note can convey so much to a child.

Now, in the age of everything re-useable paper napkins are becoming a thing of the past. So what are you supposed to write on now? Well, when I first discovered Lunchbox Love I was thrilled! They have love notes for anyone you could ever want to show love to! Kids, Teens and Tweens, Loved Ones, Co-Workers, Girlfriends......it's amazing! And although they are made from paper we have re-used ours many times.


Want some notes of your own to start the school year off right? The generously awesome people at Lunchbox Love have agreed to give away some notes to one of YOU! Wooo! So enter to win because well, it only takes a second and free stuff is cool!


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And don't forget to come back tomorrow for another amazing Back to School giveaway! Yay!

 

42 comments:

  1. Search google maps for Police Box, England.

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  2. Search google maps for Police Box, England.

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  3. I use Lunchbox Love notes in all three of my kids' lunches every day! I still write them personal notes on occasion, too, but the Lunchbox Love notes are sweet and my kids love the facts on them!
    ~Becky

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  4. My girls are still sleeping at 8:15 CST and I am happy to be drinking coffee in my home office. Have a wonderful day to you too!

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  5. I packed the first lunch of the school year today! My Kindergartener didn't want school lunch. He got strawberries, cheese cubes, carrots, and an apple w peanut butter. I am trying to think more "outside the box" with lunches since he doesn't really like sandwiches. He isn't my only school goer though. I also have a 2nd, 5th, 7th, 8th and 12th. LOL

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  6. These are coooooooo cool :D

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  7. my kids are actually getting along right now...I got to enjoy coffee in peace lol

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  8. Thanks for the giveaway. I'm working at the moment and looking for new ideas for my daugther's lunch.

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  9. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. Love the notes. I'm on my way out to get my Starbucks fix, but popped by your blog before I headed out! Glad I did!

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  10. So, over the weekend we took the kids up to visit my parents and some friends. On Sunday we met friends at the beach and had a blast. One invited Beaker home to play with her little boy at one point. As we were leaving, he seemed upset and sad. I hugged my friend and said goodbye and Beaker said, "Do I have to go with them now?" He totally thought we were giving him away. Poor boo! We assured him that he would definitely be coming home with us and we would never give up our sweet boy.
    How has your week been?

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  11. Q: What kind of pepper is a "nosy pepper"?

    A: One that's jalapeno business!

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  12. Would LOVE to win this and mix up the lunch situation this fall :)

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  13. How do you make a tissue dance? Put a little boogie in it!! :) Is that on any of the Lunchbox Loves?

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  14. These would be awesome! I'd love to try them out. Thanks for the fantastic giveaway!

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  15. What a great idea, these notes! My mom uses to write something on a paper napkin and I loved it when I was a kid!

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  16. Love leaving little positive notes, and not just in lunch boxes! My day is going better than yesterday and that's all I ask, for things to get better. Thanks!

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  17. Relaxing day here...mentally preparing for Kindergarten next week. Now that my daughter can read..these Lunchbox love notes would be awesome!

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  18. I LOVE that you used the quote "While there's life, there's hope". Since being diagnosed with multiple (10+) chronic pain and illness conditions, HOPE has become "my word". My whole bedroom is decked out in the word hope. I collect things that say hope and love to cover my walls with reminders of that very quote. :) I get excited when I see someone else using the word, too.

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  19. Blurry eyed from driving in the rain for 3 hours, but road trip was awesome.

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  20. Busy marking my students' exam papers. have no time to go to lunch.. thanx god i bring my own lunch box today (^_^)

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  21. It's such an amazing feeling to hear my 3 year old son tell me he loves me.

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  22. Hi there! Thanks for the cute ideas! I've got a 1st grader who can read and a preschooler who can't. I was thinking cute drawings would be fun for him but I'm so not an artist...cards with funny faces would be a keen find!

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  23. Such a cute idea! Thank for sharing.

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  24. I love these notes! I am sure that these would be a great incentive to my son to become more consistent in his reading!

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  25. When I came across this post on the Lunchbox Love Notes I was immediately interested. I think any child would be pleased to see any one of these in their lunchbox. What a great way to remind them of how special we think they are.

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  26. i used sticky notes before, but this idea is more practical. Love it

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  27. My Kindergartener son asked his 2 yo little sister, in all seriousness, if she was a pirate or a dootie-face... Her very serious response was "Ummm, I a dootie-face". Haha, lovin' the sibling conversations these days!

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  28. Heidi: Why did the ants dance on the jam jar?

    Billy: The lid said, "Twist to open."



    hud_hud83@yahoo.com

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  29. There is a chalkboard on the inside lid of my children's lunchboxes. I love to write notes to them everyday ♥

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  30. I am LOVING all of the great ideas for kid lunches! I pack lunches for my 1st and 6th graders everyday and I think they would enjoy their lunches a lot more if I packed them with the ideas I've gotten from your website! Thank you!! Plus we are getting into the "clean" eating so this would be perfect for making sure my kids are getting a nutritious meal! Which makes this mom very happy! :)

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  31. Somebody's got a loaded diaper. *Hint: it's not me!

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  32. i had a nightmare last nite.. I wish it won't come true.

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  33. love this idea ! hope to win these for my children!

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  34. I helped at lunch last week as a PTA mom --helping K and 1st open their packaged foods. A few children had notes in their lunch boxes and they were so proud to show them to friends. Some notes were on napkins. These "lunchbox love" notes are terrific!

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  35. love the idea. Hope i can win this awesome giveaway!

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  36. These are so cute and much better than anything I come up with on my own. Thanks!

    amanda.townsend2 at gmail dot com

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  37. What a cool idea these notes! We'd love to win them :)

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  38. These are so wonderful, I'd love to win them! Thank you for the chance to win this.

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  39. Now that my daughter can read almost anything, I will be putting more and more "love notes" in her lunches, and these would be a great addition!

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