LunchBox Buddies Giveaway

How often do you pack your child’s lunch? I have to admit that I pack my children’s lunch 5 days a week.  They only receive “hot” lunch on a very special occasion or when I am out-of-town.  Often times packing their lunches can get monotonousness for me. Every day’s menu consists of a sandwich, dairy, starch, fruit and sweet treat. There is very little creativity in packing their lunches.  Every so often I would write  a small note of encouragement.  Yet, as they get older it’s not so cute to receive a love note from your M-O-T-H-E-R in front of the other children!! When I came across Lunchbox Buddies they became a must have for my household! Lunchbox Buddies are silly character cards that have playful messages.  The cartoon drawings are creative and fun for all ages!

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 The boys and I colored one packet of the buddies. They were very excited to see each drawing and funny name for the characters. It has been enjoyable to hear their stories of giggling in the cafeteria, from the entertainment the cards give the students. Several of the class mothers have asked me where to buy them.  I believe we have started a new trend in the lunchroom!! 🙂

Introducing Lunchbox Buddies, silly notes that are a great new way to add a little fun to your child’s day. Each note has a different goofy character and a playful message. Simply pull one off and pack it in your child’s lunch… it’s that easy! (And there’s plenty of room to add your own personal message, too).Lunchbox Buddies makes lunchtime fun for everyone!

Would you like the opportunity to win 3 packages of Lunchbox Buddies? Enter the rafflecopter giveway below for your chance to win!  Your children will love the opportunity to receive fun and encouraging notes in their lunch each day!

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  1. I used to leave notes all the time but now my daughter is in high school. She doesn’t let me!

  2. Hunter can’t read yet so I don’t write notes… but I can’t wait! 🙂 And those Lunchbox buddies are adorable!!

  3. I really should write notes to my daughter, she would love that.

  4. What a cute idea!

  5. I draw pictures for the kids sometimes since they might not know all the words otherwise. Next year I’ll be able to include more words with the pictures.

  6. Sometimes I write a little note on their napkins! My boys love it. My tweenager refuses to eat a packed lunch. Ugh!

  7. I do once a week!

  8. I write notes to my son all of the time, at least once a week. He loves the surprise

  9. My kids are in half-day pre-k & K so no special notes yet, but I write notes in my hubby’s packed lunch all the time! 🙂

  10. I don’t yet but will once she’s old enough.

  11. Not yet, he is only 2- but I do for my hubby!

  12. Shannon Baas says:

    they eat lunch at school most of the time so not often.

  13. sometimes i leave notes for my middle school son – but he mostly prefers that i don’t – he says it might affect his “manly image”. my elementary daughter – every day.

  14. We usually don’t, but I like the idea!

  15. We write notes on his paper lunch sack… I might draw a picture too

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  16. What a great idea. I do leave little notes at least 1x week. I usually write on a napkin. 🙂

  17. I actually leave notes in my husbands bag 1-2 times a week

  18. I don’t leave messages. I need to start!

  19. yes at least once a week

  20. Karen Gonyea says:

    Once in awhile 🙂

  21. I use to all of the time when my older kids took a lunch. Now my youngest is in preschool so I haven’t started yet since he can’t read.

  22. I do but not often enough.

  23. Tabitha Pyle says:

    I try to write notes everyday!

  24. Kristie D. says:

    I don’t write lunch notes but maybe I’ll start! Great idea! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  25. Kristie D. says:

    Shared on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/kristiemorrison.donelson/posts/493427287334903

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  26. Jenna Wood says:

    Yes, on the ziploc baggies!

  27. Hollie Jahnke says:

    Sometimes, but these are awesome!

  28. not yet – he’s 3

  29. Yes I do on the napkin.

  30. ashlee sherae says:

    I do sometimes, but he’s getting to the age where he doesn’t enjoy it as much as he used to. :[

  31. Jessica Peeling says:

    Not always, but this is a cute idea! jessicapeeling@yahoo.com

  32. I don’t..wish I could though

  33. I leave notes in my husband’s lunch, does that count? 🙂

  34. Mary Jensen says:

    I do it as often as I can! 🙂

  35. I don’t leave notes that often in their lunchbox, but I do leave notes in their school agenda.

  36. yes a couple of times a week

  37. I do write a note every day! Sometimes it is tough to think of what to write 🙂
    Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

  38. I write both boys a note everyday! They have started leaving notes in my lunchbox too!

  39. sarah buki says:

    i plan on leaving notes… he starts full day kindergarden next year

  40. We homeschool, so no we don’t write notes.

  41. Bocomomma O Frey says:

    My Daughter is just starting to read, so we are just starting with small notes. Love these!!!
    mommysap@gmail.com

  42. Debbie Ritenour says:

    I dont but i might start now! I do go and have lunch with her once a week and I take in subway (her favorite)! I always bring in stickers or funny erasers or other small trinkits for her classmates.

  43. Melissa JN says:

    I do try to include a note in their lunches every day but sometimes we’re in a rush & I don’t get to it!

  44. Nicole Heathington says:

    probably ever 2 or 3 days, i leave a note on his napkin!

  45. at least twice a week, sometimes more. i try to do it everyday, but some days it just gets forgotten 🙁

  46. kemberley crosswhite says:

    not yet for my son but i do for my hubby 🙂

  47. Sarah Yurga says:

    when she was younger, every day. Now, just the first day of school, birthday, big test days.

  48. Angie PreciselyMine says:

    I’ve never packed a note in my son’s lunchbox.

  49. Christian N says:

    Not so much, but I should

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