Let’s do lunch

My friends and I got together to make sack lunches for our children’s teachers today. We decided how many lunches and what each of us would bring ahead of time. We then gathered in the morning to assemble them. Each lunch goes into this bag.


Take a colored lunch sack and place a napkin folded in half over the top edge of the sack. Place two hole punches in the top center and then feed 18 inches of ribbon through the holes. Tie on a fork and then add any embellishment. I used a little flower that had an existing sticky dot on the back. Make sure it is easy for them to retrieve their fork. Fill the sack with a yummy lunch and stick the plate in the top. Our lunch included a chicken salad sandwich, pasta salad, fruit and double chocolate chip cookies.

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11 Responses to “Let’s do lunch”

  1. kirsten Says:

    that is a super cute idea!

  2. judy Says:

    This is such a cool idea! I could see doing this for a lot of people as a lunch treat. I really am dying to know how you think of all the great ideas on your blog. It totally blows my mind. Every single thing I want to post on my blog! Thanks for being so inspiring!

  3. Jennifer Says:

    That looks so cute!! I would love lunch in a bag like that!

  4. Alexandra Says:

    Those are super cute lunch bags! Awesome idea!

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  6. Sue Says:

    Oh, my gosh… is there no end to your creativity? Those are cute as can be! I’ve got to think of an occasion…

  7. Just a Flipflop Mom Says:

    super cute!!!

  8. ginger Says:

    Absolutely precious,Great idea.
    hugs ginger

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