Lunchbox Love for Kids

by S. Warren

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We cannot tell our children often enough how much we love them and how much we care. When my daughter went off to school at the precious age of five, she never left home without a love note from mommy tucked inside her book bag or lunch box. Even in high school she would open her brown bag to search for that scrap of paper wishing her luck on a test or simply to have a great day. Sometimes the note would be written on a heart carefully cut out of construction paper, but more often than not it was on a post-it note, napkin, or even on the back of a grocery receipt.

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Lunchbox Love from Say Please, Inc. is a cute collection of credit card size notes that feature a positive phrase on the front and a fun piece of trivia on the back. Designed to give your child a boost and let them know you are thinking of them, a Lunchbox Love note can be placed in with their lunch, tucked into a pocket, a binder, a backpack, or even under their pillow at night. Bright and colorful, these cards are sure to make your little one smile with encouraging words like, “You have a big heart” and “You can do anything you set your mind to.”

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A set of twelve notes in a convenient pocket size plastic case runs just $3.99. That’s less than a single greeting card! Plus, Lunchbox Love notes can be used more than once by encouraging your little ones to pass on the fun to classmates, siblings, and even back to their own parents. If you want to spread the love even further, Say Please, Inc. offers Lunchbox Love for Teens and Tweens, Girlfriends, and even for People You Work With.

For more information about Lunchbox Notes, visit Say Please, Inc. online.


This reviewer is not compensated for purchases made from links in this review. Sample product(s) were provided for testing and reviewing purposes. This item was used only for the purposes of this review.
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