So, let’s talk about my lunches. My daughter thinks blueberries are a treat, so I’m quite privileged when it comes to putting treats in lunchboxes. A little choc beetroot muffin and she thinks all her Christmases have come at once. But for some, a treat needs to be a chocolate or a lolly or something sweet. My question is….why does the treat even have to be food? These treat me prinatbles are designed to ensure that not every treat has to be sugar filled!
I’ve teamed up with Jess Yasuda of chasingplannerpeace.etsy.com to bring you some lunchbox printables. Jess is a mum to two kids under 5 and another one on the way. She love naps, chocolate and stationery. She also enjoy designing planners and organising tools. You can visit her etsy store here –Chasing Planner Peace. She’s got all sorts of goodies for planners and diaries- and has very kindly designed these lunchbox notes for you to download for free. Use these treat me printables to make your little ones smile!
Best way to use them? Download the file, print it off, cut them out then and laminate! Then they will be easy to wipe clean after use and will serve you for many lunchboxes to come.
I added some Project Life cards I had from a Spotlight event I attended last week to some of these to give them an extra bit of bling, but they look just as awesome (and are more compact) without!
Here’s one in action: