Lunchbox Buddies: Notes that Make your Kids Smile {Review}

Lunchbox Buddies: Notes that Make your Kids Smile {Review}

I received Lunchbox Buddies Notes in exchange for this post.  All opinions expressed here are honest and my own.

Remember back in the day when your mom or dad would put fun little notes in your lunch boxes?  I remember my mom throwing in a few notes here and there and they were always endearing or silly.  Before homeschooling, I would try to remember to add those notes, but in the midst of busy schedules, I would forget. Lunchbox Buddies offers a new way of putting notes in your child’s lunchbox. No remembering to “write” just tear and toss in lunchboxes.  Nifty, right? I can now place them in their lunchboxes on homeschool co-op days. =)

With this month being National Nutrition Month, it is the perfect time to evaluate what goes into your child’s lunchbox and to encourage them to make healthier food choices at school.

Here’s your healthy lunch checklist according to an article on Web MD:
•    Whole-grain crackers and peanut butter
•    Raw broccoli, carrots and peppers with hummus dip
•    Clementine orange
•    Lunchbox Buddies note

Created by professional designer and father of three, Jim Adorney, Lunchbox Buddies provides a quick and easy way to make healthy lunches more fun. With creative collections ranging from superheroes to space creatures, each packet of Lunchbox Buddies contains a month’s worth of silly characters and messages to add excitement to what kids may consider to be a ‘boring’ healthy lunch.

I received Lunchbox Buddies GoofBalls Vol 1. and Space Cadets Vol.1. These notes truly do make you smile, hopefully they make your kiddies smile too. 😉

Photo Credit: Lunchbox Buddies


Photo Credit: Lunchbox Buddies

Each pack comes with 20 silly characters.  They have silly faces on them with notes ranging from “Hope you have an awesome day” to “Hope your day is out of this world.”

You can currently purchase Lunchbox Buddies for $3.99 per pack.

For more information or to stay up to date, follow Lunchbox Buddies on Facebook and Pinterest.

I want to thank the folks over at Lunchbox Buddies for allowing us to try their product.  Such an awesome concept!

I currently have one pack of Lunchbox Buddies up for grabs.  The first to respond with why you would like these fun little notes for your child’s lunchbox, will be sent the pack I have in hand. =)


Lindsey Jenn

2 thoughts on “Lunchbox Buddies: Notes that Make your Kids Smile {Review}

  1. Oh how neat! I like to send little notes to my kids but it is hard to remember when rushing through packing 4 lunches. These would crack my kids up!

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