Giveaway: Kids Fun Cards

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The winner is Louise B.
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When you were young, did your Mom ever leave little notes in your lunch box? Well, these loving messages have come a long way thanks to Kids Fun Cards.

From the site: “KidsLunchBoxCards are a super-fun alternative to the humdrum lunch-time napkin note. They revolutionize communication between moms and kids at that vulnerable ime during a long school day. A special note that says…I’m thinking of you.”

What a great way to tell your child you much you love them! These cards are colorful, fun, and also contain funny riddles that are sure to bring some smiles to the lunch table. The back of the cards are left blank so you can write your own personal message.

Not only are these cards great for lunch boxes but you could also put them in backpacks, coat pockets, and even under pillows! The uses for these cards are endless!

Win it!

Kids Fun Cards has generously donated an entire set - 5 packs of 5 cards each - to one lucky winner. To enter:

  • Stop by Kids Fun Cards before midnight, Sept 4th.
  • Then come back and mention in comments one “cool idea“. That’s it!
  • A random winner will be selected and notified on Sept 5th.
  • The winner will then have 3 days to claim their prize.

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This giveaway is open to US & Canadian addresses. Don’t forget to leave a way to contact you in case you win. Good luck!

88 Responses to “Giveaway: Kids Fun Cards”


  1. Rebecca C

    Halloween- Add a freaky trinket to their lunchbox. What could be more fun than a shrunken head, light up pumpkin necklace, glow stick, rubber snake or gummy eyeballs? Perhaps a ghost pencil and eraser? Try an all orange lunch. Pumpkin seeds are amazingly nutritional and a great alternative to candy treats. Pumpkin muffins and caramel popcorn are generally low in calories. And don’t forget your halloween napkin!

    Which actually is a pretty cool idea! I would have loved that when I was a kid!

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  5. melanie

    I think my son would love the funny jokes added to his lunch. He would love to be able to share it with all of his friends. What a fantastic idea.

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  8. Glenda Kiesewetter

    Gee, I feel like a loser after going to that website!

    I have been putting “I heart you” notes in my daughters lunch and thought that was great.

    The website has so many great ideas! I love the all one color theme, the cookie cutter idea, and the princess idea.

    Sorry, couldn’t pick just one! Too bad its pizza day today….

  9. Jo

    Cut your child’s sandwiches with cookie cutters.

  10. Jo

    I’m a subscriber

  11. Tami

    I like the sandwiches cut in shapes. Neat idea! I am already subscribed.

  12. Jill L

    I like the idea of a one color lunch. My son is so picky but it would be fun to try. These Lunch Fun Cards would be a neat addition to my kids’ lunches.

  13. James Jenkins

    cut your childs sandwiches with cookie cutters

  14. Jenn S.

    Neat ideas.The theme day ideas are great. I think my daughter would be tickled if her lunch was a princess theme (Princess napkin, edible glitter sprinkled all over
    the lunch, princess stickers).

  15. rebecca snodgrass

    I like the idea of doing theme lunches. Good idea.

  16. shannon Baas

    I like the ideas of theme lunches also

  17. lisa f

    The Halloween trinket Idea really is a cool one. My son has food allergy so I pack his lunch everyday. What a great way to keep it exciting.

  18. Rebekah C

    I just love the idea of using a cookie cutter to shape the sandwich. I know this isn’t a new idea, but I still really like it.

    Rebekah
    littleminx at cox dot net

    P.S. I’m subscribed.

  19. Elaine R

    Cool Idea-Cut kids sandwiches with cookie cutters,this would be great for a special touch on Valentines Day,Easter,Christmas,etc!

  20. Christy Hickman

    I really love the idea of kabobing your kids lunch. My daughter would love to have several things on a stick to eat. I really liked their website and ideas. Thanks for the link and for the great giveaway.

  21. susan varney

    use cookie cutters

  22. Tara R

    I think the all-one-colour themed lunch idea is fun.

  23. Clifton Wade

    I love anything that my grandchildren would LOVE to have.
    Thanks for all the great contests and prizes - they are appreciated!

  24. Louise Brouillette

    Cookie cutter sandwich cutters…how cute!

  25. Maja

    I like the cookie cutter idea. How fun and creative.

  26. Maja

    subscriber

  27. Tracye

    I like the idea of theme lunches or the all one color lunches. I already cut my kids’ sandwiches with cookie cutters. Part of the fun for them is picking the shapes! Sometimes my daughter gets all crazy and asks for five or six different shapes. WHICH I THEN HAVE TO WASH!!! So I usually limit her to three!

  28. Cathie

    I used to cut my son’s sandwiches with cookie cutters, years and years ago and now do it for my grandchildren. Who knew it was a Cool Idea. lol

  29. denyse

    Cutting sandwiches w/ cookie cutters is a fun ised:)

  30. lorene

    really cute ideas on their site, thanks

  31. dianne

    I loved alot of the ideas, but I have to agree w/ the others- the cookie cutter idea is fantastic (and easy).

  32. kristyn corace

    how about sports trivia or facts?

  33. Blur Mommy

    I have been using cookie cutters for sandwiches.

  34. Sylvia Belle

    What a great idea for children’s lunch

  35. Jamie

    the cookie cutters is such a fun idea!

  36. Andrea

    Cut kids sandwiches with cookie cutters! I love this idea!!!

  37. Patricia Sweetland

    Cut the kids sandwiches with cookie cutters. We do this all the time! I am partial to cow shaped sandwich halves. TEEHEE. MOOOOOOO

  38. Karen Gonyea

    Cut the kids sandwiches with cookie cutters.

  39. stampedwithgrace

    theme lunches is a fun idea!

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  42. Ma Val

    My daughter would love, love, love a Princess lunch. The edible glitter idea would make her sparkle inside and out!

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  43. Linda

    I think my son would like the funny jokes added to his lunch.

  44. judy brittle

    I would never have thought of cutting sandwiches with cookie cutters. That is a wonderful idea and I will do that for my grandkids. Thank you for the chance!

  45. judy brittle

    I’m subscribed

  46. Vicky Boackle

    Cookie cutter sandwich cutters is a fun idea.

  47. sandi smith

    I call my granddaughter the “Glitz Queen” so the edible glitter would so fit her theme.

  48. charline s

    idea of using a cookie cutter to shape the sandwich is a great idea.

  49. Jennifer M

    Upside Down Day- A childhood favorite, breakfast for lunch! Pancakes,
    French Toast, syrup, fruit, bacon, milk- create your child’s favorite breakfast.

  50. Elizabeth M.

    Cut kids sandwiches with cookie cutters- Kids love shaped sandwiches!
    Use cookie cutters to make fun shapes such as a heart, circle, flower…etc.

  51. Elizabeth M.

    I’m subscribed too.

  52. Amy W

    Cutting kids sandwiches in fun shapes. I do this for my kids’s lunches and they love it!

  53. Tiffanie W.

    Using cookie cutters to make sandwich eating more fun!

  54. Jennifer Hedden

    sandwiches cut in shapes

  55. Nicki

    I like the theme lunches, such as the pirate lunch. What a cool way to encourage kids to eat their entire lunch, and give them a nice surprise to cheer them up in the middle of their day!

  56. Millicent C.

    Oh I am such a suprise giver this would be great for my son! I love the themes and they are just too cute for words.. I also do the sandwiches in shapes.. but I have a “cuter” that seals the sandwich like those you can buy at the store but much cheape :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  57. Millicent C.

    I am a subscriber :)

  58. Molly Marchand

    Edible Glitter, kids would love it

  59. Erma Hurtt

    Cut your child’s sandwiches with cookie cutters. That is cool.

  60. Paula Harmon

    I’m not as lame as I thought-I’ve done some of those cool ideas already! I get cool toothpicks (flags, swords, whatever) and skewer their fruit at home. I like the all one color lunch idea.

  61. Evelyn

    It’s a wacky world looks so fun!

  62. Brenda S.

    I have been using cookie cutters for sandwiches.

    Thank you.

  63. Kathy Conley

    I love the Kabob your kids lunch idea since my daughter loves Kabobs anyway, plus it lets me get creative with what I use from lunch meat and cheese to desert items!

  64. Christine

    My son is just starting school so I need all the ideas I can get. the cookie cutter thing is a good one. thanks for the chance!

  65. Kari Follett

    Halloween trinket Idea looks really fun!

  66. Kellie

    Upside Down Day sounds fun! I love doing that at home too so why not in a lunch? Also the kabobs are a fun way to eat - and I do the cookie cutter sandwiches already too. My husband may even like the pirate lunch haha!!

  67. Kellie

    And I subscribed!

  68. Ed Nemmers

    Using a cookie cutter to shape a sandwich.

  69. CHERYL A FRANCISCO

    A princess lunch is a very cool idea.

  70. MaryK O'Royt

    cookie cutter idea sounds cool

  71. Heather C

    I’m loving the Pirate lunch complete with chicken leg, carrot sword and gold coin booty! Fun!

  72. Michelle Hohertz

    My son would get a kick out of a themed lunch I think. An unusual color would be most exciting for him though :)

  73. bridget

    I like the idea for making a Christmas lunch with tinsel and a gingerbread cookie. I never thought of decorating the lunchbox.

  74. Robert H

    love the idea

  75. Mary B

    My son has forbidden me to put “love” notes in his lunch box. These are definitely cool enough for a 7-year-old trying to impress his fellow classmates. He would love the riddles!

  76. Veronica Garrett

    Princess Lunch-Princess napkin, edible glitter sprinkled all over the lunch, Princess stickers is a great idea.

  77. Michelle Moorman

    I think the lunch from your pet idea is adorable.

  78. Talitha Lee

    The Pirate Lunch and Princess lunch ideas are cute!

  79. Stacie R.

    Lunch from your Pet- A special note from your child’s pet is gauranteed to bring about giggles. Cookie cutters in the shape of dogbones create a wonderful sandwich. Complete the lunch with animal shaped pasta and crackers which can be found at your local health food stores.

    My son would be so excited about this!!

  80. Carissa D.

    I think theme lunches is a really cool idea. Thanks for the giveaway.

  81. Carissa D.

    I’m a subscriber.

  82. Susanne Troop

    Cut kids sandwiches with cookie cutters

  83. sharon

    I love the one color lunch, had not heard of that before, very cute

  84. Pamela White

    One Color Lunch is having the all the things in the lunch the same color.

  85. Janet

    I think my grandson would like the funny jokes added to his lunch.

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  87. Donna Kozar

    I subscribed

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