I’ve always loved to tuck in a note with my kids’ school lunches. Sometimes it’s a quickly scribbled message written on a napkin or post-it note–whatever I have time for in the early morning rush. This year I created some really fun Lunchbox Love Notes, free printable labels that I can quickly peel off and place on a paper sack lunch, sandwich bag, or lunch container!
My kids LOVE notes in their lunch, and I know they look forward to them. One of my girls saved a note her dad wrote her for the entire year! It’s so fun to send them with off with a little reminder of home for the middle of the day. Notes of encouragement or an “I love you” or even a funny joke go a long way for connecting with your kids while they’re away from you.
I formatted these labels to be printed on 2×4 shipping labels, and I’ve included pdf files below for you to download. I created several different styles, sayings, and color combinations for you to choose from! Once you print on the labels, you can tuck them in a kitchen drawer near your school lunch supplies, making it super easy and fast to add! You can also print on full sheet white labels, and cut them apart using scissors or a paper trimmer.
If you’d like the jpg files so you can create your own size labels, just click on the images below to enlarge them, right click, and save to your computer. Then you can use them as you wish!
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