Saturday, November 24, 2012

Share Encouragement and Love with Lunchbox Love

Lunchbox Love, Kids, Lunch Notes, Encouragement, Positive Thoughts

I love my family so much and I am so grateful for each and every one of them. There are times that I wonder to myself, "Do they realize how deep my love for them goes?" Or "Do they even know how sincerely grateful I am for everything they do?" Even though I know how I feel, I want to make sure that I convey my feelings to my loved ones so they truly know how I feel about them, too. A great way to express your feelings to your loved ones is with Lunchbox Love. Lunchbox Love offers a full array of credit card sized note cards with thoughtful messages geared towards helping you connect with your children during the school day. I was honored with the opportunity to check out several types of the card collections including Lunchbox Love for Kids Volumes 1-4. I love a product that helps me communicate with and inspire my children in a fun way! Each of these cards features a positive note on one side and fun trivia on the other. Here are just a few of my favorites:

Front: "Thanks for being a great kid!" Back: "Did you know? It is nearly impossible to sneeze with your eyes open."

Front: "I will always love you - NO MATTER WHAT!" Back: "Did you know? To escape the grip of a crocodile jaws, push your thumb into it's eyeballs."

Now don't you know your son is going to have the most fun telling his friends how to escape the jaws of a crocodile, plus he's going to feel confident and loved.

Lunchbox Love also offers various Holiday themes which are the perfect way to build excitement in the days counting down to Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hannukah while providing encouragement to your children.

Lunchbox Love, Kids, Lunch Notes, Encouragement, Positive Thoughts

They also make great stocking stuffers and decorations for the gifts.

Lunchbox Love, Kids, Lunch Notes, Encouragement, Positive Thoughts

In addition to celebrating the Holidays and encouraging the Kids, Lunchbox Love has a collection to cover everyone special in your life. Whether it be your Co-worker, the Postman, your Girlfriends, Tweens, the Birthday Girl or Boy... Lunchbox Love has just the right card to bring a smile to their face and brighten their day. There is nothing I love more than to help and encourage others and Lunchbox Love provides the perfect tools to do just that.

I have been so pleased with my Lunchbox Love Collections. The cards are a thick, textured paper with beautiful fonts. The colors are vivid, festive and suitable for children of either gender. Sometimes kids just need to be reminded how much they mean to you and I loved having another avenue to express my feelings for them even while they were at school. It made my heart so happy knowing that it made my children feel extra special. I really enjoyed surprising them often by sneaking cards in their binders, lunch box and on their pillows. I can totally see why Lunchbox Love has been featured on The TODAY Show and in Parents Magazine as a top “back to school pick.” It is truly a must have and I highly recommend them.

Lunchbox Love has made it simple to share love and encouragement with your child and all the wonderful people in your life. They also donate a portion of the profits to help feed children around the world. I love a company that helps to make the world a better place and I am honored to feature Lunchbox Love in my 2012 Christmas Gift Guide.

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29 comments:

  1. I love this idea! Sadly, no one in my family is employed or takes a lunch to school or work. Still, it'd be nice to get a nice, positive message daily.

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  2. Love love love it! We still pack lunches here!

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  3. These are nice encouraging word and to sneek them into a loved one's lunch is an added endearment.

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  4. I love these little notes it would really cheer up the kids day!

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  5. My son loves notes of encouragement in his lunch box

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  6. These are great! I love leaving little notes for my kids. These are much nicer. :)

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  7. Wow, such a variety of cards!! My kids would enjoy having these in lunches.

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  8. These are cute. I like the front part on the love and the back for fun things to tell their friends.

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  9. Love this. My son struggles in school because of his attention span. It would be helpful for him to have encouragement in the middle of the day.

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  10. What a cute idea! Handy for those busy days when there might not be time to write something out and helpful for times when we aren't sure what to say!

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  11. Love these they are super cute~

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  12. these lunchbox love cards are such a great idea. I don't have anyone that packs lunch going to work, but they are very cute. Thank you

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  13. Becky Bryant12/05/2012 8:04 PM

    What an awesome idea these are. I used to write handwritten notes and stick them in lunches. This is a much cooler idea because of the info tidbits on the back. Thanks for the review.

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  14. Hallmark has these on post it's and I try to put them by the kids wall where they sleep or in their backpacks. It is really a great idea.

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  15. this is so sweet, my daughters would love this!

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  16. This is so nice. I love putting notes in their lunch boxes.

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  17. So sweet! I would want a message in my lunch box :]

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  18. Love these. The kids would love them in their lunchboxes.

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  19. Love this idea, would definitely use it for my grandchildren, use to put little notes in my childrens lunch bags ;)

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  20. That is very cute, my kids wouldnt read them. Have tried this before and everytime I ask they say "what note?"

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  21. What a great idea (most simple ideas are); I *love* that they donate part of their profits to fee hungry children...I hope they are still available when my son starts school (he is only two)!!! :-)

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  22. Oh my goodness...these are too cute! I like that your child gets a heart felt message & an educational fact! Brilliant!

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  23. I love the nots, very cute and personal

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