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15 Adorable Back to School Lunches

By ashleyhackshaw |

I would need a personal chef for these! My daughter is lucky to get the crusts cut off her sandwich. Don’t get me wrong, if I had the time in the world I’d put the effort into her lunches to make them this cute. For now I’ll just “oooh and awww” over these adorable lunches and hope my daughter never sees what her lunches could have been. Bento boxes, muffin tin lunches and tons of tiny detail and character make these lunches amazing……click the subtitles under the gallery photos for source and more information about each lunch!

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About ashleyhackshaw

ashleyhackshaw

ashleyhackshaw

Ashley Hackshaw is the editor, designer, and DIYer behind the wildly popular Lil Blue Boo. She runs the successful Lil Blue Boo clothing line, clothing pattern line and DIY website, and she’s written The Cancer Chronicles, a detailed journey of her battle with a rare cancer Choriocarcinoma, intertwined with her creative lifestyle. Ashley also writes daily for Babble Home. Read bio and latest posts → Read Ashley's latest posts →

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2 thoughts on “15 Adorable Back to School Lunches

  1. kelly says:

    The one with the cat is kinda disturbing =0(

  2. Judy Benson says:

    Not necessarily a lunch box for children but I use to put lettuce, tomato, pickles what ever that would go on a sandwich in a separate baggy, then when lunch time, sandwichs wouldn’t be soggy, also made sandwich night before and put in freezer

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