“My son started kindergarten in the fall… Now that he’s in school full day, I’ve been packing lunches for him, and having fun doing it. I thought I would kind of dread doing this but really am enjoying making something new everyday. I’ve heard of hardcore mamas who get up at 5am to start making lunches for their kiddies. Man, I give props to those mamas ‘cuz this mama ain’t wired for that! So I pack all his lunches the day before and just heat them up in the morning, if needed… I don’t use too many gadgets when packing lunches. I like to keep things simple. I have a few cookie cutters I use occasionally but I keep it minimal. Plus, I don’t have any room in my small kitchen to store all those fancy gadgets. I mostly use wooden skewers. Fancy, eh? For containers I use EasyLunchboxes… I also use the lunch carrier that goes with the EasyLunchboxes I love it because it keeps the lunch box upright which help keeps the lunch staying pretty.”
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Sarah’s not just an amazing lunch packer, she’s one of those all around amazing crafter types. On Etsy, her Father’s Workshop is a place of reusable and eco-friendly gift wrapping supplies.
“All my gift bags are made using eco-friendly fabrics and/or reusable materials that eliminates the need for wrapping paper and paper bags. It’s my small attempt to keep the earth a little greener and a little happier.”
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Here are a couple of other THEME week lunch ideas:
(from Lunch with Eyeness):