Lunch Box Notes

It is time for a new theme week over at White Rose Crafts.  With school being more or less a month away, WRC is getting ready to go back to school, because lets be honest “School’s Cool“.

Schools CoolToday I am popping in to share some quick and simple Lunch Box Notes for my students today.

Instead of cutting scoring cards to fit my needs, I instead invested in a pack of 48 precut, double sided school theme cards from Kaisercraft.  The School Days 3×4 cards are perfect for my needs.

EK Gorman, White Rose Crafts eYou see I like to tuck little notes into my three kids lunch boxes three or four days a week just so they can find a little surprise.  What that means is I have to have lots of little decorative note cards ready to go (times three).  The School Days paper pack has 16 different designs, with three of each design in the pack.  Which makes it perfect for my family.  The cards can be used just as they are, with a little hand written note, or spiced up with some stamping.

EK Gorman, White Rose Crafts bIn the case of these three cards I pulled out the Woodware UK School Tots stamp set to spice up the lunch box notes.

EK Gorman, White Rose Crafts aI stamped out each of the images three times (once for each card) and then using my colored pencils (alcohol markers would leak through these cards) colored in the images.

EK Gorman, White Rose Crafts cThen I added a simple hand written note to each of the nine cards.  Now I am ready for the first week of school for my little students (who don’t happen to be so little anymore).

EK Gorman, White Rose Crafts dWhat traditions do you do with your kids or grandkids at the beginning of the school year?  Make sure you share your projects with White Rose Crafts over on their Facebook Gallery.

One comment

  1. This is such a cute idea! I used to write notes on their napkins…those were the days when crafting was something I did 3-4 times a year. I was doing good to get the lunches made!


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