Sunday, August 23, 2009

As Promised...New Lunch Notes!

Hello! Happy Sunday! I hope everyone's weekend is just wonderful. All of a sudden, we are getting a break on weather here in Atlanta. It is a little cooler and our humidity has dropped a lot. It will be so much easier when the hubby and I cut the grass this afternoon. I still wish I could sit in my scrap room and play though.

So, I promised to show you my latest series of lunch box love notes so that is what we'll do today. You may remember an earlier post where I talked about the first 3 sets I have made. I decided a 4th series was in order. I have already listed this newest set in my Etsy shop, just in time for the new school year and they have been VERY successful so far. I am just thrilled. I never would have dreamed that these little notes would be so popular but they are so I just keep making more. Take a look...
Here are a few close-up shots of the individual cards...

Every time I think I can't come up with any more unique messages, I get a few new stamps and round up another set of 12. The best part of these has been the sweet emails I get from customers that tell me how much their children enjoy getting these in their lunchbox every day. Yay! That was the point! My kids are getting older and since they have made a big deal out of how "grown up" they are this year, I assumed that they weren't interested in any notes this year. I was wrong! They both said they would still love a note in the old lunchbox and even mentioned which of the new ones they like the best. I am so glad they are still my babies after all. ;)

I have continued to print the sentiments for the images that don't come with their own appropriate message. Some come with the perfect little positive note. It gets a little tedious half way through a batch of 48 dozen but it is so worth it when they are finished! As you might imagine, there are just too many sources to list for each set of notes so if you are interested in the origin of an image, drop me a note and I will be glad to tell you where it came from. If you aren't a stamper, and you want to purchase a set of lunch notes for yourself, please visit my Etsy shop for more details. Have a great rest of the weekend and thanks for stopping by!


  1. Kyla! What a cute idea! I can't think of any child who wouldn't love to get these notes in their lunch boxes. I'm not surprised your kids aren't ready to give them up:))

  2. These are your signature piece, girl!