Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year with a Lunchbox Love Giveaway

I hope that all of you had a wonderful Christmas and a happy New Year's Eve.  To celebrate the New Year, SayPlease is offering a wonderful prize pack of LunchBox Love Notes for one lucky reader.


I have been using LunchBox Love notes for years.  They add some fun to lunches.  In addition to a sweet note, they also have fun trivia.
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And they aren't just for kids!  The Hubby loves when I find a particularly good note for his lunch, and Lunchbox Love has packs just for grown ups!
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One lucky winner will receive a super prize pack of LunchBox Love for Kids Volumes 37-40 (includes one volume of jokes), a pack of LunchBox Love for Loved Ones, and one pack of LunchBox Love for Valentine's Day.

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Enter using the Rafflecopter below - the mandatory entry is to leave a comment telling me if you normally send notes with your lunches, or if you have any super cool trivia to share, I'd love to hear it.

Good luck, and Happy New Year!

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10 comments:

  1. I have been looking around for these notes cos I always see them in so many lunches posted. Now I know where to get them! Oh, before I forget, Happy New Year!

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  2. I do once in a while but my children are either hgiving them out or losing them so I stopped. Hope to win one to replenish my stocks again. Thanks for your giveaway :)

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  3. No I haven't but I think my daughter might think its neat - Jessica M.

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  4. Chris chrisplus3 at hotmail dot comJanuary 1, 2013 at 9:34 PM

    I usually leave notes in lunches. I have tried to be sneaky and write on a banana skin, or orange peel. I even spelled I LOVE YOU with scrabble cheese its. One time I blew up a balloon, wrote a note on it, deflated it and sent along. I got spanked by the administration for sending latex. But Kiddo thought it was fun.

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  5. Got to try leaving notes in my daughter's lunch. Sounds like a great idea.

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  6. I don't always send a note... I tend to reserve that for surprises or making up for a rough morning. She is just starting to read now and she loves it when I send a note.

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  7. i use to put little notes in my kids lunches at least once a week

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  8. I like to put notes in my daughter's lunch when I remember.

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