Along with the appealing, nutritious foods you pack in lunch boxes each day for your loved ones, have you ever included a little note? A quickly scribbled “I Love You”, “Knock ‘em dead at the meeting, honey”, or “Can’t wait till you get home”?
Most days, I don’t include anything in the lunch boxes I make for my kids except food.
But last Friday. I sent Julia (11) off with a tuna sandwich, some carrots and a fruit salad. And then I added a little something extra…
HERE’S another sweet story that may also inspire you to send a little love with lunch.
Personally, I kinda prefer the handmade, scribbled on scrap paper notes. But here are a few freebies to print and personalize:
- from Mariah de Marco
- from Little Lunch Notes
- from AlphaMom
- from Get Buttoned Up
- from Nick Jr.
- from Sprik Space (a whole month’s worth of lunch box joke cards!)
Or how about a FREE download and tutorial for a reusable COMMENT CARD you can print and include in the lunchbox. Get feedback from the ones who really matter
You can also purchase cute cards from these sellers:
Whether you scribble on a napkin or spend an hour crafting a handmade card, your loving message tucked in their lunch boxes may just be the sweetest treat of all.