There’s nothing I love more than seeing my crafting products used in a meaningful way! It truly means the world to me when people love my products, and then it really takes it up to a completely different level when they use them to share love and kindness! To think that I played a tiny little part in making someone smile makes all of it worthwhile for me!! Stephanie is such a great mom and she is always doing sweet thoughtful things for her kiddos! I LOVE this cute DIY lunchbox notes tutorial that she is sharing with us today! Not only are they darling but you will see how quick and easy they are to make! Thanks for inspiring us to include lunchbox love notes in our kids’ lunch boxes Stephanie! Such a meaningful and fun idea!
Sending love notes to my daughter at school is one of my favorite things to do. There’s really nothing much to them, but she loves finding them in her lunchbox. I usually make a few sets to have on hand, because they always get bent, folded, wet and ruined after a few times.
Making lunch box love notes is SO easy and they are sure to put a smile on your child’s face! Today I thought I would share my process for making these cute little love notes.
I always start by printing out a sheet of typed notes and then I gather my supplies. (I found these on Pinterest). There are a ton of options out there, so just find one you like and go from there!
I like to use my smaller 6×6 paper pads for the notes because they are easy to handle and don’t require as much trimming. I adhere two notes (or however many I can fit) onto a 6×6 piece of patterned paper, then I trim them out.
You can leave them as they are or you can also “decorate” them a little. I usually pull out my favorite Confetti chipboard stickers, chipboard phrase stickers and regular stickers here. I like that the chipboard adds a little bit of dimension without them being too bulky.
As you can see, I don’t get too crazy here. I usually add in a few hearts, or fun sentiments to go along with the cards!
I keep these treasures right where I store our lunch boxes so I remember to grab one each morning. Sometimes it’s just the little things that make all the difference in the world!