Monday, September 23, 2013

Lunchbox Love Notes GIVEAWAY


I am so excited to be hosting another Lunchbox Love notes giveaway!  If you are a regular reader, you know I adore these sweet notes.  
I have found so many uses for them, and seem to be coming up with more every day. Obviously, they are perfect for adding to your child's lunch or backpack, but there are so many other options, too.  

My favorite new use - gift tags!  These little notes are PERFECT for adding to that special present.  There are even birthday, Christmas and Hanukkah specific sets!  

The notes are two sided with a special message on the front and a fun trivia fact or joke on the back.  Each set also contains a couple cards that are blank on one side for you to add your own special message.  There are dozens of sets to choose from, each containing 12 cards.  They aren't just for kids, either!  With so many options, you are sure to find the perfect sets for everyone you love! 

To enter this giveaway, leave a comment below letting me know how you plan to use your love notes if you win.  This will open up additional entry options.  This giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents only. Winner will be randomly chosen on September 30 and will have 48 hours to respond.  If I do not hear back in that time, I will choose an alternate winner.  All entries must be active and will be verified at the time of drawing to be valid.  
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Want to DOUBLE your chances of winning??  After you've entered my giveaway, hop on over to Bento-logy and enter Caren's Lunchbox Love giveaway, too!

39 comments:

  1. Did you know most people cannot lick their own elbow? LOL

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  2. I plan to use them in lunches and I like to leave them tucked in her backpack too. Love the gift tags idea!

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  3. I adore this lunch, and of course love the Lunchbox Love notes. Such a thoughtful way to show you care when you're not there.

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  4. They'd make adorable placecards for my daughter' class Thanksgiving dinner!

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  5. Most Emily Dickinson poems can be sung to the tune of The "Yellow Rose of Texas".

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  6. These notes would make my morning lunch backing routine easier!!! yeah

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  7. Hmmm... had to think on this a while until I remembered one!
    There is no (real) word that rhymes with purple. :)

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  8. Some snails can sleep for up to 5 years at a time!

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  9. They will go in my son's lunch, he loves the jokes.

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  10. My daughter loves these in her lunches! I'll sneak some in my hubby's too, on the rare occasion that he packs lunches

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  11. First off your lunch looks fantastic! Second, if I won the giveaway (which I never win giveaways :P) I would definitely just start incorporating them into my monkey's lunches. She can't read but might be able to get her teacher to read them to her. Also, if that doesn't work I might be able to find another way to incorporate them so that I can tell her what it says!

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  12. I would love to use these for my kindergarteners lunch!

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  13. I will use these for "brunch" notes to brighten up a special one's day!

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  14. I would use them in lunches for my two grade school kiddos♥♡♥♡

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  15. I would love to use these in my 1st grader's lunchbox (he is just learning to really read!). I would also use it to send notes to my husband!

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  16. I would use these for my kids school lunches

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  17. I would use in my bento, on dinner table, and more! P.s. love the flower!

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  18. In Miss E's second grade bentos, of course!

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  19. Lovely lunch! I would use these for my kids. We only have the samp set so its hard to send during the school year. :)

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  20. I'd love to add them to my daughter's Halloween party favors (apple pie play dough). So cute! Of course they'll also get added to my son's lunch box :-)

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  21. I would put the notes in my 2nd graders lunch box.

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  22. My son's lunchbox. Sometimes I write notes, but usually don't have time or can't think of anything clever early in the morning.

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  23. I put them in my daughters lunch box and save the used ones (that didn't get all sticky) in a scrapbook to give her when she is older.

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  24. I plan to use them in my daugther's lunch box. She will love them!

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  25. I will use the LBL notes in my daughters' lunches...But I also love the idea of using them as gift tags!

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  26. Definitely in my daughter's lunchbox!

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  27. These are so adorable. I'll use them for my daughter when she is old enough to go to school

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  28. I would use these in my kiddo's lunches. They are so much better than the little sticky notes I've been using!

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  29. I would love some lunchbox notes not just to give to my family members, but also to send with packages or letters that I send to friends in the mail. I think they are so versatile and can brighten anyone's day. :)

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  30. I'd love to use them as inspiration to create beautiful lunches like yours!

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  31. Put them in my sweeties' lunches, of course! My girls would LOVE them! :)

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  32. My 9 year old daughter would love these in her lunchbox. I might even slip one into my husbands bento once in a while.

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  33. I'd put them in my sweetie's lunch box. He loves jokes! truly04@live.com

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  34. I would put them in my daughter's lunch to brighten up her day :)

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  35. Those pluot slices look like smoochie lips! Muah!

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  36. I would put them in my kids lunch boxes...they would love them...

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  37. We're homeschoolers so we don't have school lunches, but we hike and explore often, bringing lunches with us...I would use them there!

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