Wednesday, August 11, 2010

lunch box love notes

want to surprise your kiddos with a little something special in their lunch box on that first day?
or give them some extra encouragement just before a big test?



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download your lunch box love notes HERE
punch out with your 3" circle punch
then add your very own special message.



you could also use these to write sweet nothings to your honey.
or print a bunch off and let the whole family join in on the fun by writing random notes to each other.

25 comments:

  1. very sweet idea! love them. And I really love your blog!

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  2. so cute! My little one is starting preK next week...and I imagine I will be using these for a while :)

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  3. Love these. I'm a teachers asst. and these would be perfect to send home with the kids that first week of school to let mom and dad know what a great week they had. The calculator labels would be great in reverse, too. Sending them home with the kids with calculators from the dollar store. Thanks for sharing your great ideas.
    Cathy Calamas
    a-moment-a-day.blogspot.com

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  4. this is great thanks for sharing :-)

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  5. I love this idea. During my son's 1st grade year, he was very into jokes so I wrote a joke on a post-it note every day that year and hid it in his lunchbox. : )

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  6. Oh, wow. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  7. Very cute! Thanks for these notes - my daughter will love them!

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  8. I love this idea! As a teacher, I am going to use them to write little notes to each of my new first graders on the first day of school and sneak them into their folders. Can’t wait!

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  9. You guys rock! I have been doing these for my kids since they started school two years ago and they love it and I just recently ran out of the ones I bought - so thanks a ton for giving me an endless supply.

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  10. Aww! These are so, so cute! Thanks so much, I'll be linking.

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  11. i love these, my daughter will love them too. can't wait to use them!

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  12. Thank you for sharing. Love all your labels. I was wondering if you share how you make your labels, like which program you use. My friend is starting a business and I was helping her with label designs. Let me know...markanddiane7@comcast.net

    Thanks!! Diane

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  13. These are absolutely adorable. Love your website!

    I hope that you don't mind that I posted this on my blog today.

    http://www.pinkcouponcafe.com/2010/08/just-for-fun-freebie-printable-lunchbox.html

    Have a blessed evening.

    Robin

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  14. Such a sweet idea! So cute I had to share, so I featured it here. Thanks for the free printable.

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  15. OK, I just did a post Back To School printables yesterday, and I'm going to have to add this in!

    BTW, your downloads inspired me to get my own 3" punch and it's like a whole new world! :)

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  19. I love these! I written a note to my daughter in her lunchbox every day since kindergarten started. She's brought them all back home to me, so I've kept them in a little album. These will be soooo much cuter than the plain sticky notes I've been using. :)

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  20. love, love these, thank you so much:) btw, I 'like" your fan page!! hehe:)

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  21. These are gorgeous! I have no kids, nor a lunchbox to put them in but I'm printing them off anyways. They are just too lovely to pass up. Thanks for sharing!

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  22. These are so cute! My son typically asks for a homemade lunch the morning he wants one, so printing these up, punching them out and having them ready to go will save me some rushing!
    Thank you!

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