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Free Printable Lunchbox Notes, Tags & Stickers for Back-to-School by Cindy Hopper for Alphamom.com

Free Printable Lunchbox Notes, Tags & Stickers

By Cindy Hopper

Start the school year off with these free lunchbox notes, tags and stickers.

Encourage your kids to eat their fruit with a fun label that reminds them how special you think they are. You need just a few supplies: white card-stock, a 2″ hole punch, a regular hole punch and rubber bands.

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Fruit Label Download


Download the fruit labels, print on card-stock and cut out with a 2 inch circle punch.
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Punch a small hole in the top of the tag and loop a rubber band through the hole.  The rubber band with keep your note secured to your fruit.
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If you are sending cut up fruit in a baggie, print the labels on a 1-up piece of sticker paper (found at a copy shop like Kinkos or Office Max) and stick your labels to your bags.
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Make you own custom lunchbox notes

If you want to send a note to tuck into your child’s lunchbox these labels can be customized by you. Download the labels, highlight the text, type in your own message, print on card-stock (or sticker paper)  and cut out.
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Custom Lunchbox Notes Download


You might write a joke (you can tell them the answer when they get home), ask a question or provide encouragement for an event at school that day.  If you prefer to hand write your own message you can always print them without text.
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About the Author

Cindy Hopper

Cindy Hopper was fortunate to be raised in a family who appreciated the arts. This background led to a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education. With a keen eye for design and color, Cindy has cont...

Cindy Hopper was fortunate to be raised in a family who appreciated the arts. This background led to a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education. With a keen eye for design and color, Cindy has continued her love of art and is now passing her creative skills on to her three children. Cindy’s family and friends are the beneficiaries of her passion for fun and meaningful creative projects.

Cindy’s personal blog, Skip to My Lou, has taken her love of a project to new levels. Postings keep the family busy -– from testing new recipes for holiday treats to designing and building floats for a neighborhood parade to making fabric rolls to hold crayons to creating themed parties. Cindy seems to have an unending supply of ideas for gifts, parties and rainy days.

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