Lunch Box Notes For Kids
Looking for a fun way to create lunch box notes for kids? You are in the right spot! The first thing is to not over think these. They should be fun, simple, fast, and, most of all – PERSONAL!
Back in the day, a heart drawn on a brown paper sack was considered an over the top gesture. But back then, kids also didn't have smartphones and Pokemon. By going “old school” with cute notes, we can let our kids know that in the middle of the day, we are thinking of them. It's a fun way to share some love, laughter, and fun.
My friend, Laura, literally WROTE the book on these! These cute little tear out Lunch Box Notes are ready to go as is, or you can craft them up a bit!
Click here to get your own set of them!
Craft Them Up!
I am making several of these for Emily's volleyball team as a fun snack on the way to their next game.
To do this in a super simple, yet adorable way – there are a couple of products that I recommend. You can use these on a variety of projects – it adds some shine and wow to even the simplest crafts.
Use Deco Foil Liquid Adhesive on the heart and let it completely dry.
Then add some foil on top. Rub over the top and the foil will stick to the dried glue, making it the perfect 3D accent.
Simple right? Two things! The Enchanted Rose color is one of my favorites!
Then you can either package these up as a gift set for a team or individual sets in a lunch box. Use a tape runner to add them to your bag and you have a delightful treat bag or fun lunch box notes for kids!
Adorable crafts made easy with the right supplies. Whether or not you start with pre-done notes or DIY them completely on your own, look for fun ways to dress them up in just a smidge of time.
I won't forget the first time I sent a note to school with Emily. She kept it after that day on her bulletin board for years. it's the little things, that go a long way, right? Take some time this month to really focus on some lunch box notes for kids, your kids, your neighbors kids, your kid's sports teams – you will be glad you did!